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Friday the 13th, Pt 6


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  • Actors: Thom Mathews, Jennifer Cooke, David Kagen, Renée Jones, Kerry Noonan
  • Directors: Tom McLoughlin
  • Writers: Tom McLoughlin, Victor Miller
  • Producers: Don Behrns
  • Format: NTSC
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Paramount
  • VHS Release Date: July 17 2001
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6300218058
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #351 in Video (See Top 100 in Video)

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Format: VHS Tape
Uh-oh-- looks like the 'Friday the 13th' franchise decided to take a more comedic turn here, more than likely in response to the darkly humorous mayhem of 'Friday's' greatest rival pop-horror phenomenon, the 'Nightmare on Elm Street' series. From the James Bond tribute in the opening credits to the Frankenstein-like reanimation of our fave slasher to the characters spouting some of the hokiest lines I've ever heard uttered in a 'Friday' flick so far, there was no way I was gonna take this load o' celluloid silliness seriously. Especially after our fave psycho's encounter with a group of paintballers. 'Course, I'd pretty much given up on taking any of 'em seriously after Part 2... but this I really Really REALLY can't take seriously! Ya know?
Adding to the cheese factor were the usual array of Jason-kills, many of which were ridiculously over-the-top and just plain unbelievable, I didn't really find 'em all that scary. Somewhat gruesome at times, but nothing all that frightful. Oh yeah, let's not forget the usual staples of Jason takin' out a buncha teenage camp counselors (including a few who invoke the 'Friday' franchise laws of Sex=Death and Pot=Death), And an ending that suggests that, in spite of his apparent 'death', out beloved psycho goalie ain't quite through yet (surprise, surprise)...
All in all, I found this go-round fairly fun to watch for the silly dialogue and overdone Jason shenanigans. So long as it's not taken seriously, it's a more than passable piece of entertainment.
'Late
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They said that Jason Vorhees was finished in "The Final Chapter". Well, they lied. Tommy Jarvis (this time played by Thom Matthews) is still haunted by his past so he does what any normal person in his position would do. He digs up Jason's grave so he can know for sure that he is really dead. Unforunately for him, his rotting corpse is revived and returns to his old stomping ground, Camp Crystal Lake (now known as "Camp Forrest Green".)
Tommy tries to warn the authorities but of course, they don't believe him. When counselors are getting hacked up one by one, Tommy joins forces with the Sheriff's daughter to return Jason to a watery grave once and for all (or at least until the next sequel).
With some clever humor inserted, "Jason Lives" does not take itself too seriously nor does it stick to mocking itself too heavily. Jason is still treated as an emotionless killer though by this time around, they seem to be having a little fun with the genre. Jason's butcherings are no match for that of the MPAA who really trim down his "greatest hits". I mean we can't have all sorts of senseless violence in a Friday the 13th movie now can we? The sixth entry is easily one of the better made of the series.
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By A Customer on May 14 2003
Format: VHS Tape
I do not know why there are people who think this movie isn't ggod. This movie saved the F13 series from going doenhill when it was going bad after a horrible part V. This film is pure entertainment, not one moment is boring. Jason Returns, tommy Jarvis returns and so does Camp Chrystal lake (Although they had changed the name to it). I loved this movie, it is my #1 f13 film. Here is what happens in a short summary.
Tommy is now out of the mental hospital and digs up Jason's grave to destroy his body. But his plans backfire-BIG TIMe. Jason is up and alive. Jason's character has somewhat changed. He has turned sort of Micheal Meyerish. He now doesn't feel pain and he doesn't run anymore. Jason immediattley goes back home to do what he does best and as for Tommy, he cannot get annybody to believe that Jason is alive and is on his own to stop him. Anyway, the camp reopens, and is now full of new councilors and has kids who don't what their fate has instore for them. With Jason reurning to the camp and with his new abilitie, he may be unstoppable against anybody -even Tommy. This is bad.
Anyway, I loved this movie. Jason is now able to do new awesome killings with his new abilities. The move is good so get it.
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We all remember little Tommy Jarvis from "Friday the 13th part IV" (Played by Corey Fieldman back then) who did something many people have died trying-kill Jason Vorhees. But years after Tommy (Played by Thom Mathews in this movie) feels that Jason may still be alive so he and a friend go to Jason's grave to cremate his body. But there mission didn't turn out so well, Tommy accidently brings Jason back to life. Tommy gets away but as for his friend, well lets just say something extremely bad happened to him. Tommy goes to the Police but the chief just thinks he is a mest up kid but his daughter thinks he is cute. Jason returns to Camp Forrest Green (Formally known as camp Chystal Lake)and on the way, he does some gory killings. Tommy now has 2 things to worry about:
1)Jason
2)Police
Tommy can't get the police to believe so he is pretty much on his own to stop Jason. Just to let all F13 fans that there is barely any sex and no nudity which is something all F13 fans expect. But even withou that stuff, I am pretty sure all F13 fans will like this movie. This is the best Jason movie I have ever seen, so I reccomend buying it.
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