31 December 2016 | ma-cortes
Eerie and gory follow-up enhancing the luridness of the set pieces showing the astonishing death scenes
This sequel displays suspense , chills , tension , thrills , and creepy deaths . The The main entertainment resides in watching what next and surprising victim can be dreamt by the state-of-art special effects in 3D . Amusing follow-up and again with horrifying and terrifying murders plenty of blood , gore and guts . The movie exists for only aim of killing its protagonists and all around in scary realistic detail . Death seem to dispatch new weird killing every few minutes of movie , throughout crashing , beheading , stabbing , crushing , etc . It's frightening entertaining though predictable but we have seen the original and previous sequels with similar and interesting premise . Although its predictability is redeemed in part by the charismatic acting of the attractive protagonists and all around . In this latest installment to the horror franchise , Sam (Nicholas D'Agosto) and his office colleagues (Miles Fisher , Ellen Wroe , Jacqueline MacInnes Woood , P.J. Byrne , David Koechner) , his girlfriend Molly (Emma Bell) arrange to getaway an ill-fated bridge , thanks to a premonition Sam got ; but later on , things go wrong , that's why there's no way you can cheat Death. However , when 2 of his friends died in a mysterious way , Sam must use his records from the premonition to save his partners , before death hunts him down.
Entertaining, chilling and thrilling sequel with emphasis on increasing the luridness and again with horrifying killings against the survivors of a suspension-bridge collapse . Eerie chiller with portentous special effects and results to be a nasty piece of work . This sequel to successful first original film by James Wong deals with a young who has a vision about deaths and to be aware which by avoiding it , he and others around , but soon begin dying in bizarre accidents . The premonition of a deadly bridge saves his life and a lucky few , but not from death itself which seeks out those who escaped their fate . Amusement and entertainment lies from attempting to guess which of the ludicrously over-determined potential hazards will deliver the creepy killings .
In this 5º installment of the ¨Final Destination¨ series appears none character repeating from former entries , it displays suspense , tension , thrills, and creepy deaths . The chief excitement lies in seeing what new and astonishing victim can be dreamt by the believable FX . Death seem to dispatch new weird killing every few minutes of movie, throughout crashing, beheading , blowing up , crushing , falling , etc . Here death is a mere computer generator FX , the ultimate gross-out show . It's frightening and entertaining though predictable but we have seen the original with similar and interesting premise . Although its predictability is redeemed in part by the charismatic acting of protagonists and all around . It packs a colorful and appropriate cinematography by Brian Pearson . Thrilling musical score fitting to action and suspense by Brian Tyler . The motion picture written by Eric Heisserer, and based on characters created by Jeffrey Reddick was professionally directed by Steven Quale , though without originally because being similar plot to former outings , it result to be a fresh fodder . The series are the followings : Final destination (2000) by James Wong with Dewon Sawa , Kerr Smith , Ali Larter , II sequel by David R Ellis with A.J. Cook , Michael Lastres , Lynda Boyd, James Kirk , Sarah Carter,Jonathan Cherry, Kevin Connor , III sequel by James Wong with Maria Elizabeth Winstead , Ryan Merryman , Texas Battle, Chelan Simmons , Amanda Crew and The Final Destination IV by David R Ellis with Nick Zano , Haley Webb , Mykelti Williamson and Krista Allen .