Poll: Best Foreshadowing?
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Final Destination
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Final Destination 2
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FD With the Best Foreshadowing?
#1
Normally I wouldn't even bother with something like this, but foreshadowing is such a huge thing between the concepts of fate and the whole approach of each death having signs. So which FD movie do you think pulled that off the best?
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We have a payload to deliver to the heart of our nearest star. We are delivering that payload cause that star is dying and, if it dies, we die, everything dies. So that is our mission, there is nothing, literally nothing, more important than completing our mission. End of story.

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#2
I would say FD2 does but the OTT visions ruin it. I'll give it to 1 probs
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#3
I don’t think 2’s visions are horrible, given they really only warn Kimberly about pigeons (vague) and the ending (which is used as a twist to throw her and the characters off). They actually cause more misdirection than anything. It also has tons of clever smaller things:

“Your mother told me you’ve been feeling some PAIN (PANE) lately.”
“H EYE” + Doll Eye
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We have a payload to deliver to the heart of our nearest star. We are delivering that payload cause that star is dying and, if it dies, we die, everything dies. So that is our mission, there is nothing, literally nothing, more important than completing our mission. End of story.

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#4
1/2 > But 1
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#5
2's vision served DTV to me cause of the effects.
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We are all in strung-out shape, but stay frosty, and alert. We cannot afford to let one of those bastards in here.
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#6
I do like the elements of misdirection and how they're not so in your face like TFDs I mainly just think the white vignette/hazy filter really cheesy lol
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#7
I mean, I voted 2’s for the regular clues anyways, which are seriously clever and top notch. The visions aren’t stellar but they’re also not overly offensive. If I’m knocking any points off movies for gimmicky clues, it’s gonna be 3 (picture concept is pulled from Goosebumps, introduces a gaping plothole into the movie, the clues are pretty glaringly obvious), especially since 3 didn’t actually have any regular clues really. (Though TFD is obviously the worst)

1 and 5 overall do pretty nice jobs too
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We have a payload to deliver to the heart of our nearest star. We are delivering that payload cause that star is dying and, if it dies, we die, everything dies. So that is our mission, there is nothing, literally nothing, more important than completing our mission. End of story.

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#8
The first and third. Especially the third imo. When Wendy saw that photo of Frankie in front of the fan at the fair was pretty accurate to his death scene in the drive thru.
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#9
(11-25-2018, 05:19 PM)Joshua Wrote: Especially the third imo. When Wendy saw that photo of Frankie in front of the fan at the fair was pretty accurate to his death scene in the drive thru.

It’s not foreshadowing when you see it after the death and not before. Plus, I think a lot of 3’s clues were so obvious that they really hurt the suspense (Lewis especially). There also were basically no regular hints outside the photos
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We have a payload to deliver to the heart of our nearest star. We are delivering that payload cause that star is dying and, if it dies, we die, everything dies. So that is our mission, there is nothing, literally nothing, more important than completing our mission. End of story.

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