Jason X
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Revealing mistake: When all of Rowan's clothes are removed from her frozen body, the outline of a strapless bra can be seen under the metal blanket. It is also seen later when she sits up and the metal blanket slips a little bit. (00:21:15)

Revealing mistake: After Jason gets his arm blown off, you can see that his torso is much bigger than before since the actor had to hide his arm somewhere. (01:05:10)

Revealing mistake: When Uber-Jason punches off Kay-Em's head, you can see that it is already rolling off her shoulders before he hits her. (01:11:10)

Revealing mistake: When Sgt. Brodski gets a spear through him, Jason pushes it through the wall and passes into Brodski's stomach. You see him lift himself up off of the wall and the spear in his stomach lifts up as well. (00:47:40)

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Crutch: Hey, you're lucky you weren't alive during the Microsoft conflict. Hell, we were beating each other with our own severed limbs.

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Trivia: At one point, Rowan says about the android Kay-Em 14, 'She seems so real.' This phrase would be reversed on the TV show Andromeda, as Lexa Doig plays an android, while Lisa Ryder is human. (00:32:35)

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Question: Everyone keeps saying Jason has the power of regeneration. That's why he has human fingers, hair, beard, etc. However that does not explain why his face does not get better. I know his face was deformed when he was a child which explains his deformity. However every time his mask is taken off, it still looks like the face of a dead guy. His face never becomes any more human like the rest of his body. Can anybody explain how his supposed "regeneration" fits into this?

Answer: Jason wasn't deformed as a child. Jason was deformed at birth. His regeneration can't fix anything better then it already was, just to where it was to begin with, therefore since his face was always deformed it can't be fixed better than its deformed state. If half his head is blown up it will regenerate, but only as far as the deformed state.

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