Continuity mistake: During the bridge collapse scene, when Olivia is crawling on the beam, she is first seen on the part of the beam that is closer to Sam. Almost instantly afterwards, she is on the part of the them that is closer to Molly. The space between the two beams increases significantly between the two shots as well.
Continuity mistake: During Isaac's death in the massage parlor, after his phone rings during the acupuncture scene the elderly woman takes his phone and puts it on the edge of the shelf near a candle, however in the next shot the phone is not on the edge of the shelf but further into the shelf and right next to the candle.
Trivia: In the scene after Candice dies the guys are at the office having a drink. Watch carefully - when Olivia is leaving she knocks a photo on the floor; this is a photo of her and a friend. Look at the bottom right of that picture and you will see the logo of the roller coaster From Final Destination 3.
Trivia: The staff team are going on a work retreat facilitated by 180 Corporate Consulting (as can be seen from the promotional video being played on the coach). Also, the cafe Sam is working in has the name "Le Cafe Miro 81." The last three letter backwards are also a 180. 180 is a recurring number within the Final Destination movies.
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Question: Bludworth states that he's, "Seen this before" referring to Death's Design. If the bridge incident takes place before Flight 180, and is the first, then how would he have seen it before? And why is the bridge incident not mentioned in the first film if it took place only two weeks earlier?
Question: At the beginning when Sam is having his premonition and he saves Molly, why does she die in the plane crash at the end? And why did Sam die similar to the guy in the first "Final destination" movie? It couldn't have been him cause Sam and Molly witness him being removed from the plane before they took off.
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