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  • Actors: Nicholas D'agosto, Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Courtney B. Vance, Arlen Escarpeta
  • Directors: Steven Quale
  • Writers: Eric Heisserer
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 18 and over
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
  • Release Date: Dec 27 2011
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B005QX8SZU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,810 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Final Destination 5 (DVD)

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Moviedom's most fatalistic franchise returns in efficient form in Final Destination 5, an installment that goes for broke in its big opening set piece. This time the initial disaster happens on a suspension bridge that turns out to be all too vulnerable to high winds and an over-aggressive repair project. The employees of Presage Plus (ha ha) are in a bus crossing the span when Sam (Nicholas D'Agosto) pre-envisions the bloody disaster to come; panicked, he urges his friends to scamper off the bridge just in time to avoid the collapse. You know what comes next: the survivors face certain death as Fate demands its deferred payment, and a coroner (Tony Todd, thankfully returning to the series) intones dark wisdom about the price that must be paid. Director Steven Quale understands that the audience expects the horrifyingly convoluted deaths of the previous pictures; each new demise is like the result of a crowd at an improv theater shouting out different ideas to weave together (hmm, what can we do with a leaky air conditioner, a loose screw, and a set of uneven parallel bars?). The results--shot for 3-D release, no less--will not disappoint die-hard fans, and even the actors are bearable this time around: D'Agosto, from the underrated Fired Up!, pairs nicely with Emma Bell, P.J. Byrne gets off a few unctuous one-liners, and David Koechner does his clueless jerk routine as the Presage Plus boss from hell. The final sequence, while not making any sense according to the rules we've been watching, does tie up the entire series in a neat bow. Until the next sequel, anyway. --Robert Horton

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By Inkhorn HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Nov. 26 2011
Format: DVD
Death does not like to be cheated. Not only does death not like to be cheated, it apparently has a sense of irony, a macabre sense of humor, and compared to the previous movies in the series, seemingly endless and original ways of restoring the balance.

I went to see this with two friends, one of whom had never seen a Final Destination movie, and she definitely did not want to see this one, she wanted to sneak into the Smurf movie instead. If FD was bad, she would leave and go home and take my other friend, because she was his ride.

So, as the movie introduces us to our usual collection of destiny deceivers, it presents the different characters in new and interesting ways. This time, a group of people going on a company retreat, though not all of the people work for the company. This time it's not a plane about to take off, a freeway pileup, or racing cars in a stadium. It's a bus on a bridge, and I was surprised to be so gripped by what happened on the bridge I forgot what happened in previous movies. The further you get into the movie, the more gripping it gets.

If my friend wanted to flee she could not, maybe because she was rooted to her seat. Amateurs.

FD5 offers an interesting twist on a successful formula. Death has a new rule, by which it can be successfully cheated, and this creates an ethical dilemma for our participants. We get the stock characters, the suspicious police detective, who thinks the accident was no accident. The creepy mysterious guy who turns up at every scene and tells our survivors death does not like to be cheated. Is he death personified, you wonder? And then the bodies start piling up.

"If they didn't deserve to die, then why do you deserve to live?
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final destination is back with a vengence in this 5th installment of the horror franchise. with new deaths in every corner, this is the perfect movie for any horror movie lover. i watched this movie in theatres and it actually freaked me out in 3d, and not many movies actually freak me out. i love the final destination series and this is a must for any horror movie fan.
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I thought that this was one of the best horror films of 2011! The deaths were suspensefull and creative and gory, much better than the fourth. I highly recommend this movie!!
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Looking over the Lion's Gate Bridge, I think about this movie all the time. Great scenery, average story, awesome twist, interesting dispatches. Have watched this movie about 4 times now. I really think this is the best one of the bunch. 5,1,2,3, then 4 - which was really kinda bad but still watchable. Here's hoping the series will be continuing.
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I saw this in 3-D in theaters and it was awesome! This was 500% better than the God-awful "The Final Destination" which I threw across the floor after watching because it was terrible on so many levels! This one brought life back into the franchise with a breath of fresh air. If you liked the first 3 (and maybe the 4th) than you will no doubt love this one too if not more! I especially loved the ending and how it... well I won't spoil anything...
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That's about all I can say without giving away the story line. Eight more words required so I guess that's it!
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this was another of a series of five nail-biting movies, culminating in a very exciting ending. i must say, however that, in my opinion, the second of the five 'chapters' was by far the best. very worthwhile purchase.
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Other than the graphic scenes, I found it to follow along much the same as the others.
It didn't really have it's own story line.
I liked how the ending wrapped back around to the first
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