As Randy drives off, the other car still runs into him, and this time Corey is killed instead. The next morning Samantha wakes up on a bus stop bench, where a policeman finds her. He climbs the windmill that was destroyed at the beginning. Justin believes that his death will prevent the series of events that will lead to the end of the world so he stays on the windmill this time and is killed by the meteorite.
He takes the book about time travel from her and explains that it was written by his grandmother. She follows him to a cave where she goes through a portal that takes her back in time.
Justin approaches and sees his mask, putting it on.
Plot[ edit ] Seven years after the death of her older brother Donnie, Samantha Darko follows her best friend Corey on a road trip from Virginia to Californiain an attempt to become professional dancers. That night, Samantha returns to her motel where she finds the dress she saw at the shop, a gift from Jeremy.
He soon asks Samantha to "show him how" again. Justin then goes back in time.
She finds a book about time travel as well as a story Samantha wrote as a child, entitled The Last Unicorn, about a princess and a boy named Justin. He asks her to wear it to see the fireworks with him.
Their dreams are cut short when their car breaks down in a tiny Utah town. They are saved by the town bad boy, Randy, who takes them to the local motel where they meet the conspiracy-loving motel owner who tells them of Billy Moorcroft, a boy who went missing.
They go to a remote location and Jeremy sees what he calls tesseracts falling from the sky. Jeremy sees her admiring it and begins talking more about the meteorite he bought.
While at a cafe, a science-loving geek, Jeremy Jackson Rathbonetries to talk about the meteorite with Samantha.
The next morning Samantha wakes up on the hill where Justin is. It is now the morning after the meteorite landing again. Her ghost takes him to the local nondenominational church and commands him to burn it down.
He offers to drive her back to the motel but the two end up stopping at the site where a meteorite crashed.
He becomes manic and Samantha notes that his rash has gotten much worse. Subsequently, Justin has begun working on forging a bunny-skull mask out of metal, saying he needs to help "his princess.
Future Samantha stands in the middle of a road and is nearly hit by a car; Justin sees her and is entranced. Everything moves backwards to when Samantha is walking down the road. Samantha tells Corey how she wants to get out of town but the two get into a fight.
He tries to kiss Samantha but she resists and he eventually pushes her back roughly, killing her. The police then take him into custody. Samantha starts sleepwalking and a future version of her meets Justin James Lafferty at a windmill and tells him that the world will end, but Justin knows this already.
Samantha, never having experienced the events after the meteorite crash, decides to go back home while Corey stays with Randy. Randy tries to find her as fiery tesseracts fall from the sky and eventually finds her where Jeremy left her.
It is the same dress she wears as Future Samantha. After telling the police about what she saw, everyone assumes that Justin is responsible. Future Samantha, now identical to regular Samantha, visits Justin in jail. Randy invites the two girls to a party, where he tells her of his brother who went missing and how hard it has been on his family.
A boy appears, and commands Corey to come with him in order to save Samantha. Corey and Randy drive up to Samantha again and when they stop, Corey is nicer to her.
Samantha runs into Jeremy, who is beginning to show signs of radiation exposure.The Donnie Darko soundtrack was created by Michael Andrews and released in It consisted of 16 instrumental tracks and two covers of "Mad World" by Tears for Fears.
Goofs Around 33 minutes into the film when Arthur goes to unplug the Christmas tree he bends down next to a window. Just then a man's head starts to rise from the outside into view of the window.
Awful and pointless sequel to the superior horror suspense cult hit, Donnie Darko is a film that never should have been made. The film has a poorly written script, bad directing and a very poor cast.
Critics Consensus: Richard Kelly's debut feature Donnie Darko is a daring, original vision, packed with jarring ideas and intelligence and featuring a remarkable performance from Jake Gyllenhaal.
Donnie Darko doesn't get along too well with his family, his teachers, and his classmates; but he does manage to find a sympathetic friend in Gretchen, who agrees to date him. L.A.
Times entertainment news from Hollywood including event coverage, celebrity gossip and deals. View photo galleries, read TV and movie reviews and more.Download