I’m James Faraci The Last Of The Americans and the views that I’m about to express are that of my own and some of yours and welcome to another edition of “Connect The Plots” (Cut to a scene of James trying to connect certain things together like the theatrical version of “Halloween: The Curse Of Michael Myers” & “Halloween: H20”, All the movie adaptations of Stephen King, Superman Returns to the original Salkind Superman movies, the first three X-Men movies to the newer ones and the “Wolverine” & “Deadpool” movies before cutting to James strapped down in a straight jacket all the while a kid sings “Connect The Plots La-La-La!” before panning down to see anything that might have a minor connection spell the words “Connect The Plots” before cutting to clips of The “Final Destination” movies as James does a voiceover.)

The Final Destination movies, while anthological in how the stories are told, tell the same story and have a loose connection outside of kids and adults eventually meeting their demise. Throughout all the movies and the stories they tell, I found that connection. One number is the turning point, whether you see it in the film or how it happens with the characters; that number is essential to everything. (Cut to James physically)

And the number is 180! Now what is it about 180 that is important?

What is the significance of 180 in The Final Destination Movies? Find out Right here

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