We all have one movie we were too young to watch. The ones you see while flicking through channels, or the ones that sneak into your player while others are asleep.that movie for me final destination 2Of course, it’s not just me. final destination 2 It affected them in some way. Most notably, that scene is the first disaster on a logging truck. And while it’s definitely on my list, it’s the whole movie that crawls under my skin that to me is the scariest thing about the series.
of final destination The franchise is known for its campy movies and ridiculous deaths, but the second one leans a little more toward realism — well, it’s about as real as a movie about death that puts people on edge. I trust final destination 2 The root of my insecurities and not just the logging truck.
Driving on the highway is high-speed, constant business, and scary enough on its own, that it’s downright cruel for this movie to play that fear and add a new one on top of it. It’s also a great experience. Everyone I spoke to brought up this scene before, and it went viral by someone posting a photo of a logging truck every few months. insensitive to it. error.
I truly believe my driving anxiety stems partly from this movie. It doesn’t matter who you are with. If I’m driving on a highway and end up behind or near a logging truck, I’m careful not to get in the way. Driving what you most believe to be chewing on whoever I am until they get us out of the way of potential catastrophe. As you watch, you’ll be sucked into one of the movie’s classic forebodings, and you’ll soon begin to see everything that could go wrong. A stray branch on the road, a rickety car, I notice it.
And it’s not just a logging truck, it’s everything. Think of a piece of pipe going through your windshield, or rogue tires hurtling through the air. The amazing realism of this scene is what makes it so unsettling. I can understand good horror, but this scene never becomes a source of deep-seated anxiety and fear for me. But perhaps that’s what cemented it as a well-made horror movie.
Tim’s Visit to the Dentist
Like I said, it’s not just logging trucks and highway catastrophes that scare me in this movie, there’s another scene involving a boy named Tim (James Kirk) and the dentist who always gets my heart pumping—although I know it’s not what ultimately attracts him. Going for cleanings and regular checkups is fine. I’m not crazy about doing dental work, but it can be done. One thing I always keep in mind while I’m there is, “What if they drop a tool down my throat?” Yes, I know it’s ridiculous and it hasn’t happened to this day, but it’s my legitimate fear that this movie will only fuel more.
Certainly, dentists don’t actually drop tools in their mouths. But when something similar happens, even though I’ve watched the scene many times and know how it will play out, I can’t help but sit back and panic. As he was lying down, infusing with laughing gas and slowly losing consciousness because of it, one of the toy fish attached to the mobile phone above him fell out and entered his mouth. So we were forced to watch him start panicking and choking for the damn thing…of his own mouth. Thankfully, he was rescued just in time, but the scene lasts long enough to make you want to tap out, and on top of all the other crises, it’s a terrifying scene.
Listen, elevators are scary, and I won’t let anyone tell me otherwise. What if the cable breaks and the elevator plummets? What if you get stuck between floors? What if your sleeve gets caught in the door? That’s exactly what this movie utilizes, and I hate it. I decided to add an elevator scene.
The scene in question is Tim’s mom Nora (Linda Boyd) She enters an elevator with a man carrying a box of prosthetic limbs. If you try, your head will be caught in the elevator. door. Kicker? It was previously shown that the door was defective. So it doesn’t matter if something is stuck between the doors. It takes a very long time to get stuck. Unfortunately, that’s the case with Nora. Be realistic, but even if you’re afraid of elevators in the first place or have a little “what if”. For them, it doesn’t really matter if it’s realistic. Insanely scary scene, I can’t hear anything!
final destination 2 It might be the particular movie in the franchise that scares me the most, but honestly? The franchise as a whole has always unnerved me. Superstitious, I always had the feeling that this franchise would get me some bad mojo and maybe a cinematic doom. I thought I would be given a very gruesome, almost laughable death.
Each movie has its own sequence, from tanning beds to escalators to acupuncture, that makes me writhe, but nothing compares to the effect final destination 2 It’s up to me Perhaps that’s how most deaths are rooted in the realism they feel, but some of the other films have presented more shocking, gag-like deaths that weren’t designed to utterly scare audiences to the point of laughing. Or maybe it’s because some scenes are based on real fears I have, but I think those fears stem from this movie in the first place. , final destination 2 It’s not just a horror movie designed to make you nervous, it’s a movie that scares me on more levels. Despite the number of horror movies I’ve seen, it’s a bit impressive how much it affected me.
Moral of the story? Avoid highways if possible, always be vigilant when going to the dentist, and climb stairs if possible.