Final Destination: Alex has a horrible premontion that the aeroplane he and his classmates are boarding for French trip is going to crash. He freaks out on the aeroplane and he and five other people (four students and a teacher) are forcibley removed from the aeroplane. The aeroplane does crash exactly as seen in Alex's premonition and so it seems that the lucky friends have cheated death. All goes well for the next 39 days until the night after the funeral of the victims of the aircrash and one of the survivors dies in a freak accident.
At first it seems as though the accident was a suicide, but then the other survivors also start to die in bizzare accidents and Alex and his friends must figure out deaths design - and cheat it again - before the Grim Reaper takes their lives.
Final Destinations 2 involves a girl having a premontion of a major car pile-up on a highway and pulls her car across the road preventing the accident. The rest of the story is similar to number one but it is gorier and has a higher body-count while still managing to maintain those wonderfully imaginitive deaths, or "accidents".
The last survivor of the flight 180 disaster from the first movie (I wont spoil it by saying who) is in a mental institution but agrees to help the survivors of the car pile-up defeat death once and for all.
Final Destination 3: This time the premontition is of a rollercoaster disaster. Yes, the basic storyline is the same in all 3 movies but not enough for them to get boring. In this movie there is a great amount of suspence as we do not know who is going to die next and this movie is a lot scarier than the prequels as well as gorier.
The deaths in the movies are scary and very suspenceful (and sometimes deliver shocks that make you gasp out loud). The storyline does not get boring and, in fact, (because of new twists, etc in each movie) improves with each addition to the series. This is absolutley the best series of movie ever. The movies are better than I make them sound but I'm not a skilled enough reviewer to do them justice.