Final Destination 5

Synopsis: In this latest installment to the horror franchise, Sam and his friends manages to escape a ill-fated bridge, thanks to a premonition Sam obtained. However, when two of his friends died in a mysterious way, Sam must use his memories from the premonition to save his friends, before death hunts him down.
Director(s): Steven Quale
Production: Warner Bros.
  2 wins & 6 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
92 min

"Good morning! Presage employees!"

"We hope you're ready

for an exciting...

Team building retreat."

"Please enjoy your breakfast. And then...

- Please... join in.

- make your way toward your bus."

- "Which will be leaving shortly.

- Hey! Sam?

I said won't you mind putting a

breakfast together for the retreat.

I meant like stale donuts.

And some coffee.

- This is amazing.

- Thanks, man!

Just remember that! When you see

my sales report for last month.

- I saw it last week.

- Sh*t...

- Has Dennis seen it?

- Not yet.

Look! Just need to make a decision.

You know! You're gonna be chef?

Or you're gonna be sales guy?

I'm saying that to you as a friend.

Because as your boss.

- I'm... I'm ready to fire your ass.

- As your friend. I appreciate that advise.

Hold on, man. I'll be right back.


Your... ticket's cancelled.

Tell me that's a mistake.

I was gonna tell you after

this weekend.

- Huh... Tell me what?

- - That I... I don't,

- think it's such a good idea.

- What? The trip?

It's... my brother's wedding.

What's going on here?

We should talk about this later.

- Let's just...

- What? No! And pretend like

I didn't see this for the next 2 days?

No. Let's talk about this now.

It's not working out, Sam.

We're not working out.



Oh! It's a...

- Candice. Right?

- Not funny.

Oh! Hey...

Okay... Sorry. This is not a vacation.

Okay? This is a business retreat.

So we're gonna be all business

for the next 2 days.

Sorry. I love you.

But. Doesn't change the fact

that you're still a intern.


But that 12:
30 curfew tonight?

You should plan on breaking that.

- Why?

- For the...

naked teambuilding.

Hey! Olivia?

- Don't forget these.

- Oh... yeah.

I keep tryin to.

I like it. It's very...

Lisa Lobe.

Oh! Well, you know?

I rather be very...


- We got a gig on Sunday.

- Yeah! I'll be there!

Morning, Peter!

Looking good.


Have your hips toned yet?

Candice! Do you actually get

paid for this internship.

Or does daddy just

increased your allowance?

You know? If you wanna

get rid of that baby fat?

You should try the gym.

They have these workout machines

that you use on your back.

- You're good at that.

- Sweetie. It's not fat.

They're called tits.

You're not looking so

good there. Mall face.

Gee, thanks.

Hey! Did you try those jam bread

whatever your boyfriend made?

Did I tell you he's a pret...

Oh, oh. That's what it is. Did I touch a nerve?

- Just leave me alone, Issac!

- Hey! Moll?

Moll! Look at me. Look at me. Hey!?

If you need anyone to talk to?

I'm told. I'm a really really

good listener by a lot of ladies.

Sssh, wait! Don't say anything.

Tell me, It's Kimberly from last tuesday!

- God...

- Wait, I'm sorry. Which Kimberly... Hey!

Let's sit next to each other on the

bus! No, no, I remember you!

You like the bigger gal, right?

You know what you should do?

- What?

- You should apologise.

- Why?

- Doesn't matter.

Never matters. You just...

I'm sorry because I...

Aw... sh*t!

Hey, Stan? How's it going?

Hey! a... It's Sam, Sir.

Did you just correct me?

Mm... no.

- Look at me.

- Yeah?

- What's my name?

- Dennis.

Look away.

All set! Pete?

Yes! Yes, sir! Yeah! We're

just waiting on Nathan.

What's the 1 thing we can't recycle, Pete?

- Waste of time! Sir.

- Exactly!

I wanna be on the

road in 90 seconds.

Oh, well! I just saw his car!

So, I'll go track him down.

Way to show some

initiative, Stan.

It's gonna be a good day.

Hey, Mike.

Why do you wanna

make it so hard, man?

You know? I'm just trying

to make some sense of it, here!

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Eric Heisserer

Eric Andrew Heisserer (born 1970) is an American screenwriter. His screenplay for the film Arrival earned him a Best Adapted Screenplay nomination at the 89th Academy Awards in 2016. He also wrote the horror films A Nightmare on Elm Street, Final Destination 5, The Thing and Lights Out, and wrote and directed Hours with Paul Walker. more…

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