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80

Movieline

By Michelle Orange
Aside from the showy, overwrought credits sequence, it's silly and self-conscious and still scary as hell.
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75

San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
Final Destination 5 is irresistible, and the reason it's irresistible is that it speaks to us in the language we all understand, which is fear.
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75

Slant Magazine

By Ed Gonzalez
If the series really does end here, may this final installment be hailed as a triumph of poetic justice.
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75

Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
In Final Destination 5, Death makes the point yet again that it will not be cheated. And happily for those of us who enjoy the FD series' grotesquely clever premise beyond reason, unfortunate folks still refuse to pay attention, with inventively dire consequences.
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70

The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
To borrow from TV terminology, the series hasn't jumped the shark yet, but the strain of inventing bizarre deaths is beginning to show.
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63

USA Today

By Scott Bowles
Even by today's horror standards, Destination has some ghastly scenes. After seeing them, parents may want to reconsider letting their daughters try gymnastics or laser eye surgery.
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60

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Quale has brought this anemic franchise back to life, with an unexpected infusion of humor and energy.
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50

Philadelphia Inquirer

Director Steven Quale is economical: He ditches plot altogether, delivering instead nothing but set pieces. He does come up with a few genuinely creepy moments of Hitchcockian edge-of-your-seat suspense and a few very inventive deaths.
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50

Boston Globe

By Tom Russo
Stabs at the dramatic don't amount to anything that makes us care, even for Bell, who has been solid on AMC's "The Walking Dead'' and in the chairlift chiller "Frozen.'' But genre fans who have been thirsting for gore via acupuncture needles or a LASIK machine should get their giddy fill.
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25

Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
The cheap thrills wear off way fast, and we're left with atrocious acting, feeble writing and clueless directing (from first-timer Steven Quale). The horror! The horror!
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50 out of 100
Mixed or average reviews
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