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Destino Final 5 (2011)


Richard Roeper stated in his review From the opening credits to the final kill this film displays a great use of 3-D. Todd Gilchrist of Boxoffice Magazine has declared the film in his review for being the best 3D horror movie ever made. He described Final Destination 5 as a clean, glossy thriller shot in native 3D not post-conversion that maximizes the technology without straining the audience's credulity or their constitutions.




Destino final 5 (2011)



Destino Final 5 es una película co-producida entre Estados Unidos y Canadá de genero horror realizada en el año 2011. La película se realizó en 3D y es una precuela de la primera película de la saga Destino final. Producida y distribuida por Warner Bros. y New Line Cinema, la película fue escrita por Eric Heisserer y Jeffrey Reddick, dirigida por Steven Quale y protagonizada por Nicholas D'Agosto y Emma Bell.


Sam Lawton (Nicholas D'Agosto) is going to his brother's wedding but his girlfriend Molly Harper (Emma Bell) cancels and breaks up. He is wrestling with a job offer in Paris. His friend boss Peter Friedkin (Miles Fisher) is trying to hide a relationship with intern Candice Hooper (Ellen Wroe). Olivia Castle (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) is a bitch. Isaac Palmer (P.J. Byrne) is a talkative womanizer. Nathan (Arlen Escarpeta) is pushed by union rep Roy and Dennis (David Koechner) is the big boss. The group is going to a business team-building retreat. The bridge collapses and most of them die. It turns out to be a dream and Sam is able to save 8 of the group. However death has different designs. Agent Jim Block (Courtney B. Vance) investigates but he doesn't believe Sam's explanation. Coroner William Bludworth (Tony Todd) warns them and gives them a possible solution.The opening bridge death dream sequence is great and a vast improvement over the previous racetrack sequence in 4. The CG looks much better this time around. The set pieces look realistic except maybe for the final kills. After the save, the individual kills are nothing new to the franchise. The laser eye surgery is a nice kill. There is something about being close to the eye that is truly creepy. Also the final twist is nicely constructed. And who doesn't love a kill montage.


They may have "final" in the title, but just how many Final Destination movies have there been? Final Destination's simple but elegant concept began life as a pitch for an episode of The X-Files titled "Flight 180." Writer Jeffrey Reddick's original idea saw Scully's younger brother having a vivid premonition a plane he was going to board would explode, which comes to pass. This concept was later fleshed out into a movie, where some teenagers who don't board a flight they were supposed to die on are then stalked by Death itself - who doesn't like to be cheated.


Final Destination 5 - which retconned Death's rules - was also received praise for its shock ending, which tied back to previous outings in an inventive way. In the decade that followed it appeared the Final Destination was done, but it's been confirmed that Final Destination 6 is finally on the way. The sequel will follow a team of first responders who find themselves stalked by Death itself, and it will debut on HBO Max, though a release date has yet to be set.


Peter was a rather open individual, acting friendly towards his co-workers and always cheering up Candice whenever he could. This all changes after Candice dies, though. After discovering that the mortician's words were true, Peter goes into a frenzy, getting paranoid about cheating Death and slowly building up his status as a seeker of vengeance, although as it is later revealed, he doesn't have the courage to kill other people. He does manage to discover that while Candice died, Molly didn't, which meant she probably escaped the bridge in Sam's vision. This finally manages to build up Peter's rage into a boiling point, causing him to finally lose his friendship with Sam and desperately try to kill Molly to save his own life. And even when he manages to kill Agent Block and takes his remaining days, he is already so fixated on vengeance that Sam is forced to kill him before he takes Molly's life.


Cuando van a cruzar un puente, Sam tiene una premonición: ve hundirse el puente y los ve morir a todos; ni corto ni perezoso se baja del autobús, y varios de sus compañeros le siguen. El desastre se consuma. Como su destino era morir, la muerte -que no se deja burlar- persigue a los supervivientes.


Destino final 5[2] (Final Destination 5) es el quinto largometraje de la serie de películas de horror estadounidense Destino final. Las cinco películas han sido producidas por New Line Cinema, pero la cuarta y la quinta también fueron producidas por Warner Bros..


El canal de cable G4 reveló que la "emisión exclusiva" del tráiler de la película "Destino final 5" tendría su debút el lunes, 9 de mayo del 2011, durante un episodio programado de Attack of the Show. A pesar de esto, el tráiler se filtró en Internet a principios del día.[8] El 8 de julio del 2011 fue lanzado el segundo tráiler de la película que mostró más detalles del filme.[9]


En su lanzamiento, Destino final 5 recibió críticas generalmente mixtas a positivas. Rotten Tomatoes reportó que 61% de 117 críticas ha entregado a la película una reseña positiva, con una calificación de 5.8 sobre de 10. El consenso del sitio es: Siendo aún un reliquia para los fieles del gore, Destino final 5 representa un asombroso retorno a la forma de la franquicia.[10] En Metacritic, que asigna una calificación sobre 10 para los críticos de la corriente principal, entrega a la película una calificación de 50 basado en 24 reseñas.[11] La película fue criticada por fallar en llevar a algo nuevo en la franquicia, un desarrollo débil de personajes, y un diálogo regular. Aunque la recepción a la actuación ha sido ampliamente mixta, las reseñas más positivas elogiaron la película por ser una mejoría sobre su anterior episodio en la serie, Destino final 4. La reseñas también elogiaron el uso del 3D, los efectos visuales, las inventivas escenas de muerte, el retorno del suspenso como un contraparte al sentimiento cursi, y para ambos la premonición del desastre y el final.


Detrás de los pasos del protagonista, además de la Muerte, estará el detective Jim Block (Courtney B. Vance), quien intentará encontrar una explicación causal a los atroces accidentes que irán ocurriendo a medida que cada personaje reciba su escarmiento como consecuencia de haber burlado el destino. 041b061a72


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