‘Final Destination 5′ Spoilers Discussion

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  1. WOW!…i watched this movies strictly for the death scenes. Me and a buddy were talking before it came out about how the series had gotten old due to the same plot over and over again. But it turned out to be a GREAT PLOT after the ending and being able to look back and see all of the connections. Very well done on this movie and will be recommending it to all of my friends who have seen the first 4.

  2. There are a few things in this movie that don’t quite makes sense that they never explain. I don’t know if it is too lazy or what. I agree it does not make sense that Molly dies. She lived on the bridge so death wouldn’t have been coming from her. As for Peter trying to kill her and Sam saving her there for putting her on death list doesn’t make sense as she wouldn’t have been in danger from Peter in the first place if everyone had died. Yes there is speculation like she would have killed herself out of guilt but seeing as they explain outright why the black guy died even though he killed the guy you wonder why they don’t for Sam and Molly.

    But am I the only one who noticed the big blooper at the end? If you watch the guys picture that the black guy killed you notice he is a race car driver. More specific he is the race car driver who killes everyone in number 4. So if number 2 was what a year after number 1 and I think they say number 3 is a year after 2 that means 4 is ATLEAST 2 years after number 1. So if the guy was suppose to die “in a few days” and that is why the black guy dies then how is it that he would have lived 2 years more to go on to kill everyone in 4?

    • the reason 4 molly’s death is because either she was just caught in Alex Browning’s disaster. It was finished with her and death moved on to the 1st movie’s survivors. so it wasn’t the fact that she was supposed to die, but the fact that Browning and his friends were. the second reason could be the fact that peter didn’t kill her. therefore she’s on deaths list NOW.

      • It does make sense because that’s why Brian in final destination 2 was on death’s list. A truck was about to hit and Rory(who was supposed to be dead) saved him so he was added so this is the same case here. Also due to the fact that after Peter killed Block, he was just a normal survivor instead of being on death’s list.

    • well … I think that the car in 4 could have been driven by someone else … his son or some random person … if the car was sold or something … the thing I don’t get is why Sam died because since he killed Peter who killed the cop, Sam should have earned the cops life … and about Molly’s death … someone says it in FD 3 I think that death always has a new plan and it is just changed … so the new plan could have been for Peter to kill Molly … so Sam would kill peter for Revenge therefor earning Molly’s life … (but im not sure about this one)

      • okay so Peter was a normal survivor after he killed the cop? Okay that makes sense. With that being the case, when Sam killed Peter, why wasn’t Sam able to take the years that Peter had taken from the cop? That’s where I got all confused.

        • I believe i can answer your question. either A. block was going to die the day of the crash or B. Sam was just collateral damage like everyone else on the plane. just because u earn someone’s life doesnt mean ur invincible. Hell i’ll add a C. or like in 4, it was death’s plan from the beggining for death to give sam the premonition saving him molly, and peter so he could try to kill her and sam would kill him causing her to be added and making it good timing for sam to die in flight 180 and death wanted nathan to kill roy so he would end up in the bar for the memorial so death could get a clear shot of killing him

      • In all the movies, the premonition ended RIGHT as the person having the premonition died. so just because Sam would’ve died b4 molly in the premonition doesnt mean she wouldnt have died later after. i think Molly was still on the list she was just last on the list because she was last in the premonition. Even though in the premonition we dont see Molly die, you have to remember that by deaths plan ANYONE on that bridge was supposed to die so whether she escaped death in the premonition or not. she still escaped death!! but since Sam’s life was spared when he didnt get hit by the gun shot in the restaurant, death skipped him and that is why Molly died first on the plane!!

        • I completely agree. Molly was crouching on the edge of an unstable bridge when Sam’s vision ended. There’s a good chance she fell off the edge or it crumbled in the premonition and she was on death’s list all along.

    • molly died cause sam intervened and save her cause she was supposed to die in the restraunt but since sam saved her it put her on the list

    • You guys are all mistaken. This is what happened. When Sam was brawling with Peter, Peter’s pistol knocked out of his hand and landed on a stove. The stove was heating up the gunpowder in the pistol, making it vulnerable to inadvertently fire. After Sam kills Peter, Sam hugs with Molly. The gun fires, but misses Sam, making Sam on Death’s list, for Sam was not supposed to survive that shot. Therefore, his death was paid about Flight 180, setting off the events of the next few films through cause and effect. So, technically, Sam was a f****** jerk to have killed a bunch of people.

    • Well I re-watched Nathan’s death and payed closer attention to see that he was at Rory’s memorial. Rory was NOT the driver in FD4 it was just a picture where he had on a race care suit with the number 6 on it. He was the 6th one to die in FD5 i believe. I also looked at some comments and people dont think Rory’s race car picture has any relation to the car crash in FD4 maybe the car was sold or something it is confusing but i dont think it wasnt meant to be connected

      • They make a point to call attention to the picture. And made it the exact same number car, color and paint job. This movie ties into every other Final Destination I don’t think they would just leave this one out and yet accidently have an Easter egg to it. You can not see who the driver was in the race car. It never shows so there is no way of knowing if it was him or not. It’s all a chain reaction

    • Well I kinda agree on the second one, but yes Molly doesn’t die on the bridge in the vision, because she never was supposed to. Molly was always destined to die on the plane so when her boyfriend skipped death it moved and happened to die on the same flight as Molly.

  3. Okay, what I really don’t understand is the creepy black guy said he knew so much about that stuff because he’d witnessed it before. But how did he witness it if the bridge was the first incident to take place, even before flight 180? And how come in the first movie, the bridge incident is never mentioned? The bridge and Flight 180 obviously are taking place in the same town, two weeks apart, so wouldn’t the survivors from flight 180 already have heard about the bridge, or be told about it after the crash?? I just don’t see how these two movies tie in together. Except for the fact that they all end up on 180 together, this movie doesn’t make sense as a prequel. Just my opinion.
    Anyways, I think the reason Molly and Sam die on 180 has nothing to do with the bridge. The guy from the first movie has the premonition on the plane, so that completely ends the first cycle of death. Molly was never meant to die, and Sam DID cheat death. They just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and died on the plane.

    • If Molly hadn’t gotten on the plane, she would’ve died a different way. Since she did get on, everybody including Sam was collateral damage. And if Nathan wasn’t at the bar he wouldve died differently but since the plane exploded, death took advantage of the opportunity by killing Nathan with the plane gear

  4. Ok I loved this movie. I was looking for the tie in all through the movie. You see 180 a lot in this film. I think think the life for a life is like any other thing everyone tried in all of them. New life that should be there etc. Molly may have been to die two weeks later…my thought is this and simple, she would never have been on 180 had her bf not survived. He wouldn’t have taken a job in Paris. Now, you couldn’t call it FD the beginning (1) it ruins the surprise tie in. (2) is it the beginning? Doubtful because the “Candyman” says he has seen this before. I think in these movies there is no cheating death. Now we know that the people who cheated death interacted with others causing a ripple effect. What if everyone on the bridge was delicately placed there to die because of the interactions of those who cheated death. What if the flight 180 survivors were to die before they were on that flight but didn’t due to the bridge. The thing is this franchise can continue to come up with more prequels, sequels, inbetween movies it wants due to that ripple. That as long as someone is having premonitions will never close up. I think it would be awesome to see what the bridge did to effect the flight 180 survivors before the plane. Also I can only assume that any movie that doesn’t show a character die at the end died due to the fact that death can’t be cheated.

    • Not to rain on your parade but Molly was meant to die after the fact that Sam intervened when Peter was about to kill her adding her to the list. And maybe it was death’s plan from the beginning to let Sam have the premonition and let Molly live so it could have Peter attempt to kill her and end up having her on the list

      • doesnt matter, he intervened on a person who wasn’t meant to die, then again she may have died but Sam died first in the premonition and so we didn’t get to see if she died or not. I don’t think it matters either way, she was a causality, death was gonna get who it wanted reguardless of who was on that plane. But I’m sure some people it was there time and others carefully placed on the bridge or plane to tie up loose ends.

        • Same thing with brian in fd2. wasnt meant to die but since rory didnt die in the highway crash brian was a casuality. so if you think about it alex and his friends are casualities since death wanted to tie up loose ends in the bridge accident. Hell it couldve been nathan’s fault sam died too considering death came after him when time was up

        • That’s a good point. In all the movies, the premonition ended RIGHT as the person haveing the premonition died. so it is a great point that since Sam would’ve died b4 molly in the premonition doesnt mean she wouldnt have died later after. Also we must remember that ANYONE on that bridge was meant to die weather they excaped or not so i think Molly was still on the list she was just last but since Sam’s life was spared when he didnt get hit by the gun shot in the restaurant, death skipped him and that is why Molly died first on the plane!!

      • dude!!! you’re on a roll!!!

      • if it was death’s plan from the beginning, @will, then why did it even let sam have the premonition. wouldn’t it have been easy for death if there hadn’t been any premonition at all?

  5. I think anyone who has premonitions about how to cheat death, then obvviously some force wants them to live and they weren’t meant to die anyway.

    • It was probably death so he could have his personal entertainment cause if a different force wanted them to live then it would try to keep death from coming back

  6. I saw the movie and it was awesome, but i don’t get why Sam died at the end. He did steal Peter’s life (who stole the agent’s life) so, wouldn’t Sam live?

    • That’s where I got all confused too!! I felt like Sam shouldn’t have died.

  7. Okay i ha 2 things i think where wrong and messed up the plot and reason 1. Molly didnt die on the bidge so she should have been safe no matter what. 2. The black man who said you cant cheat death also said something close to this ” ive seen this many times before bla bla bla im just here to clean up the mess” so if he has seen this before and sam and molly die on flight 180 which was in the first FD which means that the black man seen all the previous deaths makes no sence this movie is suppost to be before flight 180 and makes no sence at all it doent tie up unless the black man is DEATH and is making the deaths happen, he must be DEATH if not then sam and molly time traveled to flight one 180

    please explain this to me over facebook why and how all this is possible

    • Just bc iy wasnt a movie yet doesnt mean it didnt happen in the FD universe He was in the same situation but somehow convinced death to not kill him until he dies in FD 3 on the Subway (hes the voice on the intercom) This is why he isnt in TFD

  8. If it was me I’d shoot that damn guy that’s always saying death don’t like to be cheated cause clearly he made a deal to stay alive. Either that or he is the grim reaper in disguise and death works for him. Cause in one movie he stated you don’t want to mess with the grim reaper. I think he was speaking in 3rd person.

  9. How does Nathan’s death (in the bar) tie into the first movie? I havent seen 1 or 2 in a while

    • in FD1 the plane explodes debrie falls from the plane, one specific debrie is the plane’s jet engine which u don’t know from the FD1 movie but lands in the bar killing off Nathan. So say u started from FD1 and went through, u had no idea that not only was flight 180 getting rid of people who were on death’s list but also tying up loose ends we had no knowledge of until the prequel. Thing is we have no idea where an when the design in death’s plan got ruined or when it started. We know Sam and Molly never would have been on flight 180 if they had died, but also we know that everyone on that plane was part of death’s plane to get an entire group of people who cheated death on the plane to kill them all at once. Remember Candyman has seen this’s my times before as stated in FD5 so this has been in motion for awhile. Hard to wrap up a ripple in the plan when people who were suppose to die inner act with people they never should have. Just as they show in fD2 how each character was meant to die but didn’t due to the deaths of the people on flight 180. Remember each character who survives and communicates with a soul not yet on death’s list creates a change on that peraon’s path. So what would be a nice pre prequel would be to see how the bridge survivors interacted with the flight 180 passengers. I do how ever feel that some people who die in seath’s elaborate plans like the bridge or plane are people who weren’t meant to go but under the circumstances had to be sacrificed to close up the ripple. But that’s just my theory. I also feel that by using these visions and trying to stop them, u see a pattern of survives actually trying to help eachother when actually their interference in trying to save other survivors ultimately helped death’s plan succeed. Because part of the premonition is trying to stop it only helps aid in its success.

    • in FD1 the plane explodes debrie falls from the plane, one specific debrie is the plane’s jet engine which u don’t know from the FD1 movie but lands in the bar killing off Nathan. So say u started from FD1 and went through, u had no idea that not only was flight 180 getting rid of people who were on death’s list but also tying up loose ends we had no knowledge of until the prequel. Thing is we have no idea where an when the design in death’s plan got ruined or when it started. We know Sam and Molly never would have been on flight 180 if they had died, but also we know that everyone on that plane was part of death’s plane to get an entire group of people who cheated death on the plane to kill them all at once. Remember Candyman has seen this’s my times before as stated in FD5 so this has been in motion for awhile. Hard to wrap up a ripple in the plan when people who were suppose to die inner act with people they never should have. Just as they show in fD2 how each character was meant to die but didn’t due to the deaths of the people on flight 180. Remember each character who survives and communicates with a soul not yet on death’s list creates a change on that peraon’s path. So what would be a nice pre prequel would be to see how the bridge survivors interacted with the flight 180 passengers. I do how ever feel that some people who die in seath’s elaborate plans like the bridge or plane are people who weren’t meant to go but under the circumstances had to be sacrificed to close up the ripple. But that’s just my theory. I also feel that by using these visions and trying to stop them, u see a pattern of survives actually trying to help eachother when actually their interference in trying to save other survivors ultimately helped death’s plan succeed. part of the premonition is trying to stop it only helps aid in its success.

    • in FD1 the plane explodes debrie falls from the plane, one specific debrie is the plane’s jet engine which u don’t know from the FD1 movie but lands in the bar killing off Nathan. So say u started from FD1 and went through, u had no idea that not only was flight 180 getting rid of people who were on death’s list but also tying up loose ends we had no knowledge of until the prequel. Thing is we have no idea where an when the design in death’s plan got ruined or when it started. We know Sam and Molly never would have been on flight 180 if they had died, but also we know that everyone on that plane was part of death’s plane to get an entire group of people who cheated death on the plane to kill them all at once. Remember Candyman has seen this’s my times before as stated in FD5 so this has been in motion for awhile. Hard to wrap up a ripple in the plan when people who were suppose to die inner act with people they never should have. Just as they show in fD2 how each character was meant to die but didn’t due to the deaths of the people on flight 180. Remember each character who survives and communicates with a soul not yet on death’s list creates a change on that peraon’s path. So what would be a nice pre prequel would be to see how the bridge survivors interacted with the flight 180 passengers. I do how ever feel that some people who die in seath’s elaborate plans like the bridge or plane are people who weren’t meant to go but under the circumstances had to be sacrificed to close up the ripple. But that’s just my theory. I also feel that by using these visions and trying to stop them, u see a pattern of survives actually trying to help eachother when actually their interference in trying to save other survivors ultimately helped death’s plan succeed.

  10. Well, since molly was a survivor and Sam was supposed to die on the bridge he wouldn’t go to france and mollys’ ticket would still be cancelled. Since Sam lived events changed and Molly agreed to go to France with him, but I still don’t understand why Sam died if he aquired Peters stolen life from the agent. As for Nathan, it is said at the end by a co-worker Roy had a huge blood vessel in the brain and would have died any day so the time/Life Nathan aquired was short to none and that is why he got offed by the landing gear in the bar.

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