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Rated R · 92 minutes · 2011

Horror
This movie is populated with bad acting and dull plot points in between scenes of gory mayhem—but those scenes of gory mayhem are often quite entertaining, making this one of the better entries in the franchise. Is it good? No, it most certainly is not, but the bridge collapse near the film’s beginning, and the plane crash at the end, are BADASS! Sure, you have to wade through a bunch of crap to get to the good stuff, but the good stuff is fun enough to almost warrant plunking down the cash to see this in theaters. It’s a 3-D horror movie that actually puts the technology to good use, including a sequence in which a lady gets her eye burned out during laser surgery. Yes, this movie is 75 percent suck, but it is 25 percent good, so if you are looking to get grossed out and are patient, go ahead and indulge.
Official Site: finaldestinationmovie.com
Director: Steven Quale
Producer: Craig Perry, Warren Zide, Richard Brener, Walter Hamada, Dave Neustadter, Erik Holmberg and Sheila Taylor
Cast: Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell, 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 and Barclay Hope

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Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week 30 Minutes or Less, Final Destination 5, Glee the 3D Concert Movie 08/11/2011
The Coast Halifax Final Destination 5 is what you think it is Horror franchise delivers more of the same of more of the same by Matt Semansky 08/11/2011
Portland Mercury Spoiler Alert! Final Destination 5: Boldly going where no one is interested in going. by Courtney Ferguson 08/11/2011
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Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, Aug. 12 Runaway brides, an accidental pizza delivery thief, the Glee kids on the big screen, getting along with the help, the final Final Destination and why we should never forget that chimps aren't human. It's all at the movies. 08/12/2011

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