Jason X Reviews

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December 30, 2006
March 16, 2004
By now, despite the nine years since the last Friday the 13th sequel, Jason and his hockey mask are as predictable a franchise as McDonald's. Moviegoers know what they are going to get.
July 20, 2002
Jason X conjures up more giggles than scares, assuming you make it through the first 15 minutes.
July 9, 2002
As far as the Friday series goes, this is more fun than anyone had any right to imagine.
May 5, 2002
May 4, 2002
Everything else Jason X tries to do has been done too, and generally a lot better.
April 29, 2002
The supposedly new, improved, futuristic Jason is just the same guy with a hipper hockey mask. Thumbs down.
April 26, 2002
A protracted and only sporadically imaginative menu of ways to be murdered.
April 26, 2002
Jason gets a futuristic makeover and annihilates someone using a giant screwing tool. After sitting through Jason's latest exploits, the audience may find itself identifying with that victim in particular.
April 26, 2002
Truly terrible.
April 26, 2002
The 10th installment of the Friday the 13th franchise is, hands down, the worst of the worst.
April 26, 2002
The premise of Jason X is silly but strangely believable.
April 26, 2002
A low-rent retread of the Alien pictures.
April 26, 2002
The movie is concocted and carried out by folks worthy of scorn, and the nicest thing I can say is that I can't remember a single name responsible for it.
April 26, 2002
As we have come to learn -- as many times as we have fingers to count on -- Jason is a killer who doesn't know the meaning of the word 'quit.' The filmmakers might want to look it up.
April 26, 2002
Even the imaginative gore can't hide the musty scent of Todd Farmer's screenplay, which is a simple retread of the 1979 Alien, with a plucky heroine battling a monster loose in a spaceship.
April 26, 2002
Very little suspense.
April 25, 2002
The acting rarely surpasses the occasional sexy hair-toss.
April 25, 2002
If you're a fan of the Friday the 13th series, its 10th and latest entry, Jason X, should not disappoint.
April 25, 2002
A long way from high art. Or even high schlock.
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