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Final Destination 5 2011

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Survivors of a suspension-bridge collapse learn there's no way you can cheat Death.

Starring:
Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell
Runtime:
1 hour, 31 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Steven Quale
Starring Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell
Supporting actors Miles Fisher, Ellen Wroe, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, P.J. Byrne, Arlen Escarpeta, David Koechner, Courtney B. Vance, Tony Todd, Brent Stait, Roman Podhora, Jasmin Dring, Barclay Hope, Chasty Ballesteros, Mike Dopud, Tanya Hubbard, Frank Topol, Tim Fellingham, Blaine Anderson
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By S. Broadbent TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 Feb. 2015
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This is my favourite 3-D horror film.
I love the whole franchise and this is another solid effort at the whole you can't cheat death thing.
However where this film really scores is if you are into 3-D then you are in for a treat.
The 3-D special effects are brilliant. There is one bit when even on a second viewing it still managed to make me jump.
One of my all time 3D destinations.
Terrific.
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By Amy on 15 April 2012
Format: DVD
A bus full of employees off for a retreat get stuck in traffic on a suspension bridge, which then collapses. However one guy, Sam, has a premonition of the disaster and manages to get himself and seven colleagues to safety before they get sliced and diced. What a stroke of good luck...or so they thought.

The premise is the same as in the previous films, if you cheat death it will come after you as your time is up. Although in this sequel there is a twist, if you kill someone else they will take your death and you will live out their remaining years.

I am a big fan of the first two Final Destination films but was sorely disappointed by the third and fourth films, however this sequel was back on track and was fantastic in the cinema 3D version.

The disaster scene on the bridge was really impressive and the death scenes imaginitive, along with the return of a rather creepy Tony Todd, made this film on par with the first two.

One of the things I love about these films are that they do not take themselves seriously. They're not scary, they make you laugh and think 'Ouch, that's gonna hurt' at the same time, with plenty of blood and gore thown in for good measure.

I also loved the twist at the end, which I did not see coming and was really impressed with.

This film is a must see for any comedy/gore fans.
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By Richard Morton TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 Nov. 2015
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This is a fun addition to the Final Destination cannon - if you like the series of films then this is very much more of the same, eventually bringing things strangely full circle.

The formula is very much intact. I'm sure you know the drill - a group of hot young things (and David Koechner) cheat death early in proceedings but death doesn't take this lying down and they spend the rest of the movie trying to continue to escape their fates.

The first hurdle is always the horrific central set piece that kicks things into gear and this is a good one - an explosive, bloody bridge collapse (which admittedly is largely aimed at the 3D crowd, sometimes literally). Then come the series of deaths and these are suitably grisly and inventive enough to get the blood pumping. Koechner is sadly underused but Tony Todd pops in again to witness the carnage while the rest of the performances are serviceable and get the job done.

It's empty minded, easy entertainment but I can't help but enjoy it - ranking this one somewhere in the middle of the series in terms of quality (behind the first two flicks but ahead of parts three and four).
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Format: DVD
The problem with the Final Destination series of horror movies is that they are a bit same ol' same ol'. They need to change the format a bit as they start off with a disaster where a group survive, and then they start to die in the same order that they would have died had they not been saved, and so on. Having said that the Final Destination movies are fun if you are not squeamish and don't let the Computer Generated Images, blood and gore get to you. Frankly, I find most of it quite laughable. If somebody gets their head blown to smithereens in the movies, it looks like it was an elephant that got it's head blown to bits. Sorry, is that too much information?

In Final Destination 5, the horror starts when a group of employees of the same company are on a coach, travelling across a bridge, which starts to fall apart in the middle. One of the employees has a premonition while sitting there on the coach, and yells to everyone to get off. And here starts the same old Final Destination pattern where lives are saved and then they begin to have accidents and die later in the order that they died in the premonition. It's a fun movie, as I say, but I do think the writer could think of a different format. All the same, there is a great deal of inventiveness in how individuals can shuffle off this mortal coil and if you are thinking of having laser treatment on your eyes, you might like to get it done before you watch this. (Oh, and it has been argued on other websites that what happened is impossible but we have to remember this: it is a movie! Half the stuff that happens is scientifically impossible. So just sit back with your popcorn and enjoy the rollercoaster ride.

Further reviews of mine can be seen at: Movies and Books World, shown on my profile. Thanks for reading this. x
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Another in the never ending Final Destination.this time a bridge collapses -or does it?Also made in 3D and easy to see where . The special effects were okay and 3D is a good format to bring something new to a story.This is no longer creepy even although death is still after all these young adults.There are the usual gory deaths some done in 3D but the film lacks direction and it could be so much better if it didn't follow the same story over again. See it if you must but if you're bored of this franchise by now expect the same as the other four. It also arrived well packed and quickly and my pensioner friend has now got all five to watch.I've heard there is another one due.......
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