Noted Canadian heartthrob Devon Sawa is boarding a plane to Paris for a class trip when he has a premonition of the plane exploding in midair. When real-life events begin to mimic his vision, he freaks out and screams, "The plane is going to explode!" This causes a kerfuffle that ends with Sawa, a few classmates, and a teacher being thrown off the flight, after which the plane takes off as scheduled and does indeed explode. The survivors are questioned by FBI agents, but are eventually allowed to go home to be stalked by the same merciless Universe which for some reason let Sawa see things coming in the first place.
If you scream, "The plane is going to explode!" on a flight today, you will not be considered a mild inconvenience. A security guard would have much stronger words for you than "Sit down and be quiet," assuming they don't just punch and/or shoot you. The plane would be grounded, and you would not soon go home to reflect on what a day you've had. You would have a long, uncomfortable conversation with federal agents, who would be in absolutely no mood to let your friends accompany you, and would likely slap you with charges. And while it would presumably be easy for Death to have its revenge on you in prison, no one wants to watch a movie in which a plane's entire passenger manifest has to put up with a bunch of supernatural bullshit, because that exists as a TV show, and it's terrible.