Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning

Plot hole: When the cop shows Pam the newspaper clippings they include what look to be fresh photos of the real Jason from the events of Part IV, yet no photographer is ever seen taking pictures of Jason alive in the previous films and most likely wouldn't live long enough to publish the photo. (01:25:00)

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Visible crew/equipment: As Joey walks over to Robin and Violet, who are hanging up washing, a large set of lights is reflected in the window as he walks over. (00:17:45)

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Continuity mistake: Jason chases Pam with a clean machete, however in the shot just before he's hit by the tractor, the machete is bloody. (01:10:40 - 01:11:20)

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Trivia: Ted White was asked to reprise his role as Jason,(he played Jason in "The final chapter"). He turned it down and said, "I played Jason once, and once was enough."

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Trivia: At the end of the movie in the hospital, Pam is sitting under Fire Alarm 13. (01:21:45)

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Trivia: The actress' surname that plays Tina in this movie is Voorhees, just like Jason.

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Ethel: You dumb dildo.

Anita: What's wrong? Hey, you okay?
Demon: It's them damn enchiladas.

George: Go and let everyone else know breakfast is ready.
Reggie: Yo! Breakfast! Come and get it.
George: I could've done that.

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Question: Is Tommy supposed to be the "next" Jason? I'm really confused by the ending.

Answer: Yes, originally Tommy was going to be the new Jason. But the makers decided to go in a different direction for part 6.

Question: What is the song that Violet is dancing to in her room called? (01:03:50)

Answer: According to IMDB, it is called "His Eyes" and is performed by Pseudo Echo.

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Question: Besides giving an excuse for the copycat killer to show up, was there any real point for the death of Joey, who was an innocent (and slow) young man? This part of the movie always struck me as being simply pointless and exploitative, with no reason.

Answer: His death is what motivated the guy to do the killings, so it wasn't pointless, it was very necessary to move the plot forward.

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