While on a business retreat, Sam has a premonition that he, his co-workers, boss, and several other people will die in a horrific bridge collapse. When his premonition ends, he tries to make everyone get off the bus. Only some of his co-workers, along with his boss, leave. Shortly after, the bridge collapses. Everyone thinks that they are safe until the survivors start dying. It is now up to Sam to try to find a way to prevent anyone else from dying before it is too late.Written by
Tony Todd appeared in the first two films ("Final Destination" (2000) and "Final Destination 2" (2003)), and provided a voiceover in "Final Destination 3" (2006). He was not in "The Final Destination" (2009); however, he appeared in this one. See more »
(at around 12 mins) The construction worker's water jug falls through the hole in the bridge. But in the scene before it, the water jug isn't visible on the concrete barrier it fell from. See more »
Hey, Sam. When I said would you mind if you puttin' breakfast together for the retreat, I mean, like, some stale donuts, some coffee. But this is amazing.
Thanks, man. Just remember that when you see my sales report for last month.
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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 from the first four films. See more »
The Orbiting Suns
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Same Crazy Deaths
I really loved the opening credits of this film. It introduces the killers of the series. Random objects are the true killers of the these movies. They jump out of the screen and shows us how dangerous they are. Even the most innocent objects can be dangerous. The mysteriousness of the intro is obvious and it became intense when a dead corpse flies out of the screen then random blood splatters the broken glass. The film itself is a remake of the last four films. They added some new rules here but it doesn't change anything. At least this is better than the fourth one but in the end, this is just another sequel(or remake).
Here's the thing about Final Destination. It's an intriguing high concept horror movie. But after the second film, they decided to repeat all the things from the first movie and make the deaths more gory than ever. They added new things here like the "Kill or Be Killed" concept. It's pretty interesting but it doesn't make any changes. That concept just made the climax more psychological and create some twists. Like I say, this is just another Final Destination sequel.
If you're a fan of the film then you might enjoy it by its silly death scenes. Yep, the 3D use is gimmicky. Dangerous stuff, even the ones that aren't dangerous jumps out of the screen. Blood and gore throughout. See how fragile these people are. Here's the big problem, The film points at Molly as the important character of the film but she is really/very bland among all of them.
Final Destination 5 is just another Final Destination movie. Told some new rules but still no changes. The twist in the end reveals something intriguing but after that, it became pointless. This series means nothing but to show how dumb gory violence can happen by random accidents and little objects. The movie itself will make you unsatisfied but if you are seeing this for the stupid gory violence then this repetitive sequel is your satisfactory. Kind of.
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