Continuity mistake: More than one mask was used in the film. This is most noticeable as the look of the mask changes from time to time.
9.5/10.A well done ending to the original Halloween franchise.I view it as a trilogy: Halloween (1978), Halloween 2 (1981), Halloween:20 Years Later (1998). I view it as pretty good as it maintains the quality and standards of its two predecessors.The paranoia of Jamie Lee Curtis' Laurie Strode is excellently portrayed as she's been in this state of fear and living a nightmare for 20 years.I would say it was a great idea on Ms Curtis' part as she came up with the idea for this movie.Michael Myers finally meets his end in a good fitting way, Laurie finally freed of his omnipresence.It works well and is a great watch.
Tony Allegre: Hasn't anyone told you, second hand smoke kills.
Marion Wittington: Yeah, but they're all dead.
Question: If Myers switched with the paramedic (as shown at the start of the next movie) and the medic couldn't speak because his larynx was crushed, why didn't he take the mask off to show Laurie it wasn't Myers? At the end you can see that he was able to have full use of his arms and hands when he got out of the body bag, then got up after he got hit by the van and when he was pinned he raised his hands to her.
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