Directed by: David R. Ellis
Starring: Andrew Fiscella, Bobby Campo, Krista Allen, Nick Zano
Genres: Horror, Thriller
Factual error: Water can't put out chemical fires.
Suggested correction: Nonsense. Not all can be put out with water, some can.
If you did research on fires you will see that putting water on chemical fires makes it spread. Gasoline and oil float to the surface of the water and continue to burn.
Factual error: Towards the end of the movie, there's a drum of liquid with the number 4 on it. Number 4 is only on solids not liquid flammables.
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George Lanter: I've been trying to kill myself all day!
In the part after the premonition when everyone runs out of the speedway, Cynthia Daniels yells "Andy" to her husband when her husband's name is Carter.
In the end scene (right before the lead characters go into the cafe shop) you can see a bus drive past with the number 180 printed across the top. The number 180 was a significant number in the first three Final Destination films.