So, The Final Destination was not the end. Final Destination 5 tells us the story of Sam who is on his way to to a work retreat. He has a vision of the bridge collapsing and almost everyone on their bus dying. So he gets off the bus and a lot of his co-workers follow, as they are nearing the end of the bridge, the collapse starts.
What follows is the same basic plot of all the films. Sam figures out the patterns, a few of the characters try and prevent the inevitable. The film brings back Tony Todd, who shows up to be cryptic, but introduces a new concept. If you kill a person who was not supposed to die for a long time, you get their years. The film is the first where the characters do not rely on stories about flight 180 t fill in the blanks.
The deaths are pretty elaborate and the characters are mostly sympathetic in this film, making their demise less of a comeuppance. As usual there are a couple especially memorable deaths, one involving eye laser surgery gone horribly wrong and one gymnastics themed death.
The film is a bit better than the previous two installments and it has a really good twist ending.