Now that I’m a older, and a tiny bit wiser, I have to say, albeit hesitantly, “I lllll…iked Final Destination 5.”
If you’ve never seen any of the ‘Final Destinations’, here comes the basic outline. If you have, even just 1, you know the story already and you know exactly what’s gonna happen, “pass go”. A bunch of people are about to go somewhere/are somewhere, but a guy has a premonition and convinces some of the people in the plane/bus/car/roller coaster/speedway to get the heck out of there. Some (although reluctantly) leave and escape certain death… for now. Mysteriously, they start dying one by one because apparently you can’t cheat death. But oh, do they try. While we laugh at the gory, outlandish ways the writers kill off the characters.
In Final Destination 5, death is let loose after a group of coworkers on their way to a work retreat are saved from a bridge collapse, when Sam sees them all dying in a premonition. I’m not going to tell you much more about the story line, because I don’t want to give away the tiny bit that is left. Read the rest of this entry »