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Final Destination 5In this latest part of a series horror film, Sam and his friends manages to escape a ill-fated bridge, thanks to a premonition Sam obtained. Sam must use his memories from the premonition to save his friends, but finally they are killed by the Death.Keywords:
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Directors of "Final Destination 5"Steven Quale
Creators of "Final Destination 5"Eric HeissererBirthdate: 1970, USAJeffrey ReddickBirthdate: 12 July 1969, Jackson, Kentucky, USA
Critic Reviews of "Final Destination 5"Boston GlobeNovember 24, 2011
Stabs at the dramatic don't amount to anything that makes us care, even for Bell, who has been solid on AMC's The Walking Dead and in the chairlift chiller Frozen.Time OutAugust 24, 2011
It sticks to gimmicky scenes in which twentysomethings are dispatched in ingenious ways, but first-time director Steven Quayle delivers cheap fun that will keep fans happy.New YorkerAugust 22, 2011
A surprising infusion of energy and macabre humor reanimates this horror franchise.Film.comAugust 12, 2011
The death sequences are fun; unfortunately, nearly everything in between is tedious and mechanical.Globe and MailAugust 12, 2011
Director Steven Quale stages the death scenes with intermittently effective black humour to juice up a premise that, essentially, has all the suspense of watching the line at an abattoir.Entertainment WeeklyAugust 12, 2011
Under the direction of James Cameron protegé Steven Quayle, the visual effects from Ariel Velasco Shaw (who has crafted mayhem on everything from 300 to Freddy vs. Jason) ensure that no industrial hook through a skull is left unimagined.TheHorrorShowAugust 26, 2015
The opening credits sequence is a work of mad genius. And then, unfortunately, the movie starts.Georgia StraightFebruary 15, 2013
Though not a great horror film by any means, Final Destination 5 succeeds as a comedic splatter fest solely by sticking to Stephen King's old motto: 'If in doubt, gross 'em out.'ScreenRantOctober 02, 2012
Final Destination 5 benefits from smart 3D, but even in 2D, the set-pieces will satisfy -- presenting some of the most outrageous kill sequences in franchise history.TheShiznit.co.ukSeptember 28, 2012
It's testament to the 2000 original that there's still so much mileage left in the 'death is coming for you' concept 11 years later.IGN DVDJanuary 29, 2012
The deaths are just as gruesome and fun as ever, but the script's utter lack of originality drags things down quite a bit.MovieFreak.comJanuary 27, 2012
I don't have a lot to say about Final Destination 5 save that, for the first time ever, I actually enjoyed sitting in a theatre watching one of these efforts from beginning to end.
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