Still basically the same film again, but this was an improvement on parts 3 and 4. Played slightly less for laughs, and the characters were (slightly) less asinine than usual. Quite enjoyed it, I must admit.
And I have to say, the combination of CG, 3-D and sound design on the opening sequence was pretty spectacular.
The Final Destination franchise is the modern equivalent of Friday the 13th, I think - the original wasn't really very much better than the sequels, which makes the sequels more bearable (unlike the Halloween, Elm Street or Saw franchises, for example, which just seemed to get worse and worse).