Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives

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9.8/10. My favorite of the franchise. I felt it was well rounded and directed excellently by Tom McLoughlin, who's underrated as a director. C.J. Graham as Jason was superb, he really threw himself into the role. Jason rising from his grave was a nice touch like old Universal horror movies. I know it was some other guy doing my favorite kill, triple decapitation, but it was still cool. No matter what, the likes of Jason Voorhees can never die out due to loyal fans and websites dedicated to them.

Rob245

Continuity mistake: Jason kills Burt and takes his belt, but the belt appears around Jason's waist before he has the chance to put it on.

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Deputy Rick: Megan, don't clown around.
Megan: I'm not the one with the funny red nose. Now, open the cell and let him out.
Deputy Rick: Meggie.
Megan: I'm not kidding.
Tommy: You better do as she says, because wherever the red dot goes, you bang.

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Question: Normally, whenever Jason gets shot, struck with a machete or an axe, or stabbed with a knife, he shrugs it off. So why was he angry when Roy shot him with a paint gun?

JohnShel91

Chosen answer: He wasn't really angry, more like confused and annoyed at having paint shot at him.

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