FINAL DESTINATION 5 – GET YOUR BOARDING PASS
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We are on the fifth installment of the Final Destination franchise, so it’s pretty clear how the storyline goes; this version is no different. A group of coworkers are headed on a work retreat and Sam (Nicholas D’Agosto) has a premonition that the suspension bridge that they are travelling across is about to collapse. Like the main characters in the first four Final Destination films, Sam decides to warn his friends and some of them narrowly escape death.
Because they cheated death, now the universe must be re-aligned and they all must die in the same order as the original plan on the bridge. The coworkers spend the rest of the movie trying to avoid dangerous situations and for some – it just doesn’t work.
If you are into blood, gore and decapitation, this is definitely the film for you. Director Steven Quale ensured that this one lived up to the hype of all the prior versions, but he trumped the others with advanced 3D film tricks. 3D simply took the film to another level. The blood, flying objects and gory deaths are brought to life making this a must see movie. There’s even a few moments in the film that will make you cringe and maybe even close your eyes because you know what’s coming.
You need to run out to the movies and immediately see this 5th generation classic, but don’t even spend your money unless you see it in 3D. It’s worth the extra few bucks.