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Jason X
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Starring: Kane Hodder, Melyssa Aide, Lexa Doig, and a bunch of other people you probably havenít heard of yet.
MPAA Rated: R
Released By: New Line Cinema
Web Site: www.jasonx.com
Kiddie Movie: For God's sake, leave them at home.
Date Movie: She probably won't be able to appreciate the finer things in life.
Gratuitous Sex: Nothing too gratuitous, mostly chicks scantily clad.
Gratuitous Violence: Lots of it.
Action: People run and scream.
Laughs: The whole movie if you don't take it seriously.
Memorable Scene: Jason beating the crap out of two holographic camp counselors snuggling in their sleeping bags.
Memorable Quote: "We like underage drinking, drugs, and premarital sex!"
Directed By: James Isaac
Produced By: James Isaac, Noel Cunningham

Jason X
A Movie Review

MPAA Rated - R

It's 1:33 Long

A Review by
The Dude on the Right
The story was dopey, the acting overdone, and the effects were nothing to cheer about. Needless to say I enjoyed just about every minutes of "Jason X."

The ground was broken way back when the original "Friday the 13th," "Halloween," and "Nightmare on Elm Street" movies came about. You get a scary dude who canít be killed, you get teenagers drinking, having sex, and doing drugs, and the scary dude goes on a killing spree. You never really see him die, so there is always the possibility of a sequel, and then as the sequels come the story just gets dumb and dumber. The story of Jason is up to movie number ten. Add up the dumbs and dumbers and you can come up with the story.

For this one Jason and a chick get cryogenically frozen. Four hundred years later, when the Earth is uninhabitable, people from Earth 2 make a visit to the lab and bring Jason and the dudette aboard their ship, bring the dudette back to life, and assume Jason is dead. Low and behold Jason is not dead, and this ship full of studly dudes and hot dudettes is now in peril. The grunts/military folk are toast, the kids having sex are toast, and just when you think Jason has met his match in the likes of an android, well, those damn nano-ants that repair human flesh put him back together, better than ever.

This movie does the right thing in not taking itself seriously, poking fun at the genre while still trying to maintain some semblance of a story. There are plenty of scantily clad dudettes, lots of quality kills, and sure, they leave the story open for Jason XI.

The movie is what it is. Donít expect something great and youíll probably laugh during "Jason X" as much as I did.  If you expect that it's a 2 1/2 star flick.  If you're looking for cinematic greatness, this is a 1/2 star movie.  I'm sticking with the 2 1/2 stars out of 5.

That's it for this one!  I'm The Dude on the Right!!  L8R!!!

 

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