Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday

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6. 5/10. Seemingly the finale to the franchise only this time for good. I thought the idea of Jason possessing people was at least original. Maybe it would've worked better for someone else but I doubt anyone other than Freddy Krueger could've done it. Granted I can see why some people didn't like it with things like the body possession, his niece, etc. New Line Cinema tried, but they didn't seem to quite get the psychology of Jason Voorhees. I don't fault Adam Marcus who helped write the screenplay and directed, a dream come true for a fan obviously. But here, maybe they should've rewritten the script. Still it's an enjoyable watch.

Rob245

Revealing mistake: If you watch closely, it is painfully obvious that in the beginning, when Jason is getting shot up, they are just repeating the same shot from different angles.

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Robert Campbell: I'm going to say a couple of words to you and I want you to say the first thing that comes into your mind.
Creighton Duke: Okay.
Robert Campbell: Jason Voorhees.
Creighton Duke: That makes me think of a little girl in a pink dress sticking a hot dog through a doughnut.

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Trivia: Not only does Kane Hodder, who playes Jason, play the role of 1 of the F.B.I. agents at the morgue, it is also Kane Hodder's hand wearing the Freddy Krueger glove that comes out of the ground to grab Jason's hockey mask at the end of the movie.

SAZOO1975

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Question: Before taking possession of Deputy Josh, why did Jason shave off the mustache?

Answer: There isn't much of a feasible in-movie explanation. In truth, the entire scene was added by the director because he felt the movies were pretty sexist in that it was mostly women who were either nude or sexualized. Thus, he added an inherently homo-erotic sequence involving one man shaving another stripped man to "level the playing field" so-to-speak. The only real explanation I could think of is that maybe the creature just thought it'd feel uncomfortable transferring to a man with a mustache. But even that's shaky at best.

TedStixon

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