Plot hole: When everyone goes back to the Myers house to set a trap for Michael, standard procedure would have the cops going through the entire house to make sure it was safe before proceeding with the plan. This would have included the attic. So how is it that they missed the corpses of Mike, Rachel, and Max the dog, as well as the shrine with the coffin and candles burning? The sequence begins with the trap set up, and later Jamie is shocked to find the corpses when she makes her way to the attic. Makes no sense whatsoever.
Meeker: National Guard will take him to a maximum security facility where he'll stay till the day he dies.
Jamie: He'll never die.
Trivia: As Michael Myers' mask in the original film had been made from a Captain Kirk costume mask, it seems fitting (even if almost certainly coincidental) that in this film Myers resembles Commander Data, the popular character from 'Star Trek: The Next Generation,' which was running on television at the time.
Question: Up to this point in the series (and even in the next film), Michael is portrayed as a remorseless killer with no emotions. However, in this one, he takes his mask off at Jamie's request and even sheds a tear. He becomes enraged when Jamie tries to touch him, reverting back to the remorseless personality. What was the point of this sudden, and brief, display of emotion?
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