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Final Destination 5 [Blu-ray] (2011)

Emma Bell , David Koechner , Steven Quale  |  R |  Blu-ray
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  • Actors: Emma Bell, David Koechner
  • Directors: Steven Quale
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: December 27, 2011
  • Digital Copy Expiration Date: December 27, 2013 (Click here for more information)
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (253 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004EPZ08Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,915 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Final Destination 5 [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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"Circle of Death"
Alternate Death Scenes
Visual Effects of Death: Collapsing Bridge
Visual Effects of Death: Airplane Crash

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Death is just as omnipresent as ever, and in Final Destination 5 it strikes again. During the bus ride to a corporate retreat, Sam (Nicholas D’Agosto) has a premonition in which he and most of his friends — as well as numerous others — die in a horrific bridge collapse. When his vision ends, events begin to mirror what he had seen, and he frantically ushers as many of his colleagues — including his friend, Peter (Miles Fisher), and girlfriend, Molly (Emma Bell) — away from the disaster before Death can claim them. But these unsuspecting souls were never supposed to survive, and in a terrifying race against time, the ill-fated group tries to discover a way to escape Death’s sinister agenda.

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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53 of 65 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Final Destination 6 & 7, Here We Come! July 12, 2011
The "Final Destination" franchise began going downhill rapidly after the second movie. But, will the fifth movie help the franchise go back up or will it continue going downhill fast?
I saw this movie about a month ago at the test screening, and I must say that, in my opinion, this is the most brutal, the most gruesome, and the most clever movie of the entire franchise. It has many well-thought out death scenes, and one death scene in the movie made me cringe and look away, and trust me, I watched A LOT of slasher/gornography films. One of the most famous scene is the lasik surgery which I thought was pretty good. I'm not going to spoil it for you.
First off, this movie has a very interesting plotline. As you heard from the trailer, you know the new death rule, and I think it is pretty clever. But, why didn't Bludworth tell it to the others? Hmmm...?
Second of all, the characters are very very relatable. You can actually tell if one hates the other, and one is friends with the other for a long time. Also, you can actually feel bad for a character when he/she gets hurt or dies. The acting is very impressive, hence the proffesional and experienced actors. I think this is one of the reasons why this movie made it to my highest rank of the "Final Destination" franchise.
Third, what is this franchise famous of? Exactly, the unique death scenes that happens from the materials/places we see/go to everyday. There are some death scenes here that are very gruesome that if I picture it, I either cringe or smile on how good the death scenes are. One death scene made it to my top 15 most brutal death scenes I have ever seen. Some of you might know it, some of you might not. One thing for sure is, you will know it when you see the movie in August.
Lastly, the ending of the whole movie.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best FD movie in awhile, and the 3D is sweet! January 5, 2012
This movie was pretty cool. I won't go into any details about the various deaths, storyline or acting; I mostly wanted to comment on the 3D effects since that's why you're buying this version!

I felt like the 3D effects were awesome and effective. Not only did many of the (gruesome and gory) deaths utilize the 3D effect well, many scenes in the movie - whether it was a transition scene or just a scene with the characters speaking - used the effect too, creating moments of depth with people and objects. There were also moments in which objects flew or poked out of the screen (for all of you that want that effect). :D

Overall, I really enjoyed this movie, and I would recommend purchasing it, however, not from This is currently being sold at Best Buy for around 25 bucks, so I would definitely go there. Also, I used my VIZIO passive 3D set with some RealD glasses to watch the movie and the effect was fantastic. I feel like the effects look crisper and cleaner on a passive 3D screen, though that may not be true for everyone.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best one yet. Epic come back. October 8, 2011
Look, I'm just gonna get right to it. If you've ever liked any Final Destination movie, even if you only liked the first one, see this movie. Anyone who's gone beyond the first movie, out of love or interest for the theme, your life is not complete until you see this movie. It doesn't matter if you haven't seen 3 or 4 (The Final Destination). If you have seen 3 or 4, this will make you feel the come back. It will make you appreciate and feel an awesome resurrection. I've been a Final Destination fan from the beginning, seen them all, and I say thank God for this movie. I'll pick it up on it's very first day of release on Blu Ray. Still stalking Amazon for the release date. ;)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Highly intelligent "conclusion" for the series November 22, 2012
I'd like to first say that I don't think any of the FD movies are all that bad. Maybe I'm crazy, but although pretty much everyone agrees that 4 was a disaster, I didn't think it was *that* bad. And, really, I liked 3 for the creativity, especially the tanning salon, the train, the truck engine, and the nail gun deaths. All of that was great.

I really think that 5, while clearly more intelligent, psychological, and well-written and acted than any of the others, bar none, still lacks what I thought made 2, which is IMO the best in the whole series, stand out: Suspense, brutality, and of course, Clear Rivers, the only person to survive the original FD, but not unscathed, to say the least.

See, 5's deaths are just not all that interesting. When you compare them to what happened in the far more brutal 2 and 3, they just aren't as interesting. I didn't find any of them particularly memorable (except the very last, of course, which is a huge WHAM of an ending that you might even see coming from a few hints in the beginning), and I can't agree that the eye surgery scene was that gruesome. Yes, we get Bludworth again, and this time his role really means something. We also get another suspicious cop who thinks the whole thing is screwed up (which, if you don't know the ending of this one, you can't understand why he doesn't sympathize like the other cop in FD2), and the film seems to take itself seriously for once.

Like video game exploits that are patched up after release, the FD series seems to add some new mechanic that can potentially foil Death's plan. This time, though, that *really* makes for a killer ending. (As they say, love makes you crazy...especially when you're doomed to die, anyway.
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When there's a scene like the one they were at, sometimes they bring a mortician with them to go.
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