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In this latest installment to the horror franchise, Sam and his friends manages to escape a ill-fated bridge, thanks to a premonition Sam obtained. However, when two of his friends died in a mysterious way, Sam must use his memories from the premonition to save his friends, before death hunts him down. Written by
Dennis' death was shown uncensored when David Koechner was a guest on "Lopez Tonight", making it the only death scene out of all Final Destination films to be shown on talk show circuits. See more »
In the Final Destination 5: Circle of Death special feature it is said that some of the actors from the first _Final Destination (2000)_ were brought back to film the airplane scene but this is incorrect. Their footage was actually green screened into the film. See more »
You warned us. At the memorial service. You said death didn't like to be cheated.
It's just that I've seen this before.
You've seen what?
A lucky few survive a disaster. And then one by one... death comes for them all. You changed things on that bridge. There's a wrinkle in reality. And that wrinkle is you.
So what, we're doomed to die? I mean is - is that it? We just got our lives back, so what kind of fucked up karma's that?
Are you saying we can't stop this?
You were supposed to die on that ...
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The opening credits show various objects smashing through glass panels, such as kitchen knives, fire escape ladder, Logs, Coaster pieces, etc which are reference to all the deaths (including the premonitions) from the first 4 Final Destination installments. See more »
I had low expectations when I entered the theater to see the 5th installment of the FD series, because the 4th movie was such a disappointment. But after watching it, I was surprised.
First off,this movie was way,( and I mean), way better then the last two movies were. It was darker and had a lot of elements from the first movie, which I loved. I don't want to give away too much, but I do want to say that the last scene of the movie will leave you speechless. It had me thinking, "OMG, that was AMAZING how they came up with that twist."
One last thing I loved about this movie was that it was well planned out and thought of, unlike the forth movie which was a joke and in my opinion, shouldn't have never been made. The deaths weren't rushed as opposed to the deaths in the forth movie, and it gave more screen time to introduce us to the characters.
Note: I will say that there is one death scene in the movie that I didn't see coming, besides the ending.
I recommend you see this movie. It might have the same theme as the first four movies, but unlike the first four, it's on a much higher scale.
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