Tommy returns to the grave to make sure Jason is dead and accidentally brings him back to life. Now, it’s up to Tommy to stop Jason’s mindless killing and put him back where he belongs.
Comparing this part to the last one, I thought it was an improvement. The only issue I had with this part was how strong Jason was. I didn’t like how powerful he was in this movie than any of the previous films, even as undead. Also, I didn’t like how they had a different Tommy, either. I always thought they should have used the one from part 5, to keep it more original. Don’t get me wrong though, both versions of the older Tommy were fine, with acting on their roles.
The kill scenes in this part were great and they added a few new or different types, which I thought were a nice touch. All of the actors played their roles fine, in my opinion. I didn’t notice any errors. Well, except one… Jason wearing gloves was weird and why did he start now? I guess he talked about the safety guidelines with his mother and she thought it would safer to wear them or something. Maybe, he just got tired of people trying to cut off his hand with his own machete. Who knows.
Another thing that was different with this part than the other parts was that there was more humor, in this one. I didn’t like it too much because it felt like I was watching a comedy/horror movie. At least, they didn’t go overboard with it, unlike some of the other films I have seen, in the past.
If you haven’t seen this part of the series and thinking about watching it or buying it, it’s definitely worth watching and probably worth buying, as well.
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