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Very good product. Very good business would use again and recommend to a friend good film and good set can't wait for the next one
Great value and cheaper
Bought for my friend present my friend love horror film great value price and cheaper that another items also cheaper buy that in shop
Another Brilliant Sequel (actually, it is a prequel)
I liked FD 1, I loved FD 2! FD 3 was a bit disappointing, but FD 4 brought back some of the magic. Now FD 5 is out and I think it is excellent, perhaps as good as FD 2. The start brings things along nicely, then the gripping catastrophe (collapse of a huge suspension bridge), then the suspense of discovering how the survivors will die. It is all well done, and worth the five stars. If you are into gory deaths, coupled with great suspense and some black humour, you will love this one.
F.D 5 Great but not the best.
Very good special effects in this the 5th edition of Final Destination.Having bought 1-4 of this Excellent seris. I have to say that unlike the reviewers who reckon that F.D.5 is the best are wrong.In my opinon they are all good esp 3 & 4.Notable scenes in 5 are the suspension bridge & the optical lazer.Otherwise it's pretty routine F.D.No DTS sound either.Still worth buying but if like me you already own or have seen 1-4.Dont expect too much from F.D.5.
A Worthy Addition to the Series
Let me say for the record I love the first Final Destination and have watched all the others waiting for that same magic to happen. Horror is definitively my most loved genre but I feel FD suffered after the first and has been trying to find ground since. The sequel was ok, ultimately nothing special and the third, pretty forgettable for the most part. The less said about the 4th, the better. So in a way the final, I hope, film was a neat little surprise. No it does not break new ground and yes the actors are not in any way groundbreaking but the deaths are fun. Over the top? Yes highly but you expect that of this franchise. The plot follows a familiar vein of a young lad foreseeing an horrific accident and thwarting it beforehand. Yet soon those who escaped find themselves falling into the hands of death through a series of seemingly unfortunate accidents. Or is there more to it than meets the eye? Certainly this film feels more glossed than some of the others, to, I feel, substitute for that lack of emotion. Each death scene however is deliciously OTT and hammy with each moment sweetly enriched in colours. The effects are therefore pretty awesome. Of everything my greatest complaint lies in one of the actors trying to go all Gun happy on two main characters. You simply cannot buy the scene and it feels stretched and ironically absurd. That said it is NOT the worst in this neverending series and as some stellar moments that have waned from recent offerings. A few of the deaths are ridiculous, the puncture and laser eye stick out especially and are quite gory in their construction. But the best thing about FD5 is the ending and of course, Tony Todd. A staple in this he is just as creepy and is the only character you empathize with. And the ending? Perfect! It succinctly wraps everything in a nice little parcel and that is worth seeing it for. Yes, this movie has flaws and it can try to hard yet it is NOT as bad as the last few. If you are a fan, take the chance to see how it wraps up. You might, just might, be a tiny bit surprised. Overall though it's nowhere near the calibre of the first, still though it is better than the 3rd and 4th by a considerable margin. Take the opportunity to buy it though and the final piece of the puzzle, a worthy 6/10.Read full review