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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 81 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0026RDPF2
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After Friday the 13th, Part 5: A New Beginning (Widescreen) [1985], this once-proud franchise was in dire need of an even newer beginning, and writer/director Tom McLoughlin really came through, basically, as far as I'm concerned, saving the series. Not only do we get the real Jason back, he's bigger and badder than ever. We also return to Camp Crystal Lake (now renamed Forest Green in a rather transparent attempt to excise the whole Jason "legend" from the area), where we not only have camp counselors but - for the first and only time in the series - actual campers. Naturally, there's no way to resurrect Jason without resorting to some kind of hokey miracle - after all, the dude's been rotting in his grave for several years now. Apart from that, though, the script is surprisingly good, and the kills are very good indeed (even though the best parts of many of them were once again toned down and edited in order to secure the film an R rating). On top of all that, McLoughlin was able to sprinkle in some scattered bits of humor in ways that actually worked - which is no small feat in and of itself.

It's best just to pretend that Friday the 13th Part V - A New Beginning never happened - and the fact that Tommy Jarvis is now played by Thom Matthews (the third Tommy in as many movies) makes that a little easier to do. It seems that our boy Tommy has been released from whatever mental hospital he had been living in over the last few years - but he still has nightmares about Jason (quite understandable). Well, he's sick of all that and returns to the scene of Jason's crimes to dig the monster up and make sure he's thoroughly destroyed.
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I thought this was one of the best sequels in the series.The plot is that Tommy Jarvis wants to make sure Jason's dead so he escapes and goes to the cemetary to dig up Jason's body.When he digs his grave up Jason is revived and starts out again on a killing spree.I enjoyed the old feeling of the first one.The dialogue was good too.I was hooked the entire movie.Alot of the characters were memorable unlike some characters from the other sequels.The only thing I thought was stupid was the paint ball fight in the beginning.The ending was predictible but I liked it. Make sure to check this one out.Tommy Jarvis (Thom Matthews), the boy who killed Crystal Lake murderer Jason Vorhees, is now grown. Jason is still dead, but Tommy, recently released from a mental health facility, needs to see proof. When he exhumes Jasons body to get a closer look, a series of events causes the masked killer to be reanimated, only to go on the rampage again! (7/10)
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int this 6th installment of the series,Jason once again stalks,
campers,counselors and any one else foolish enough to get in his
way.there is not much new in this installment,although there are some
exciting moments,particularly the climatic ending.and there is a clue(a
small clue,but a clue)about why he is so unstoppable and never seems to
stay dead,and why he kills.unlike a lot of people,i don't hate these
Friday the 13th movies.sure they are redundant for the most part,but i
still get a kick out of seeing Jason in the mask dispatching his
victims.i think it's because the character is so iconic,like
Freddy,from the Nightmare on Elm Street series,or Michael Myers from
the Halloween franchise.i thought this movie was as good as part 5:A
new Beginning,but then what do i know.for me,Friday the 13th Part
VI:Jason Lives is a 3/5
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I'm guessing that you all know, or have met, someone like me before. I'm your classic film snob, if a movie doesn't cost under a million dollars or have subtitles, I'm probably not interested. That being said, though, we all have our guilty pleasures, and mine is the slasher film. I know, I know, there's nothing you can tell me that I haven't already heard, and I know that you're right about everything. But the simple fact of the matter is this, I don't care. These are the movies of my youth. More than cartoons, more than wrestling, more even than Arnold Schwarzenegger, it's these movies that make me the most nostalgic, and just hearing that "cha-cha-cha, ha-ha-ha" sends chills down my spine. And if I had to pick a favorite from this era, "Jason Lives" would probably be it.
That's not to say that this is the scariest film to come out of the 1980's, see the original "Nightmare on Elm Street" for that, or even the best of it's genre, "Fright Night" holds that distinction, it's just that this is the most entertaining (along with "Return of the Living Dead"). And, like that movie,
it's also laugh-out-loud funny. I mean, this is a better comedy than "Scary Movie" or either of it's two sequels, and actually predates those films by about fifteen years. What makes it so hysterical is that it never tips it hat or winks at the camera. Oh, sure there's a moment here or there, like when the gravedigger looks into the camera, breaking the forth wall of filmmaking, and says, "Some people have a funny idea of entertainment." But aside from that it's comedy is very subtle and restrained. In fact, some people might not even pick up on it, which is what makes it so great.
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