Saturday, August 27, 2011

Movie Review: Final Destination 5

All thanks to ChurpChurp, i got to watch this at TGV KLCC on Tuesday night.

Sorry for the late review and I bet most of you had already watch it, but still for those who haven't, here's a brief review for you. A movie:

Directed by Steven Quale
Screenplay by Eric Heisserer
Nicholas D’Agosto as Sam Lawton
Emma Bell as Molly Harper
Miles Fisher as Peter Friedkin
Ellen Wroe as Candice Hooper
Jacqueline MacInnes Wood as Olivia Castle
P.J. Byrne as Isaac
Arlen Escarpeta as Nathan
Duration: 92 minutes.

The Storyline: In this fifth installment, Death is just as omnipresent as ever, and is unleashed after one man’s premonition saves a group of coworkers from a terrifying suspension bridge collapse. But this group of unsuspecting souls was never supposed to survive, and, in a terrifying race against time, the ill-fated group frantically tries to discover a way to escape Death’s sinister agenda.


Spoiler alert: 1. In the kitchen when Peter is trying to shoot Molly, he instead hits a large cylinder mounted on the wall near the gas stoves. The cylinder should have contained a fire suppressant chemical which would have made it hard to breath. Yet the entire time the cylinder is spewing its contents into the kitchen, not one of the people present even so much as coughs.

2. Although heavy and high up the Buddha that fell on Isaac's head may have had enough force to crush his skull but not enough to completely flatten his head and it would not shear and sever the arteries and skin of his neck.

3. At the end on Flight 180, Sam looks down at the ticket and the date on the ticket reads 2000. But plane crash from the first film takes place in 1999.


Verdict: I think it was ok. As expected, one by one death comes to them all. The way they die is kinda gruesome and straight forward. I would rate it 5/10.

2 comments:

Tekkaus said...

It was OK....and OK was like only 5 out of 10? Ha :D

Still I think I wanna watch this.

CleverMunkey ® said...

I didn't watch this cause many said not really nice... hahah~

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The CleverMunkey