Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter

1984

Action / Horror / Thriller

102
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 25%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 50%
IMDb Rating 6 10 36618

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Crispin Glover as Jimmy Mortimer
Corey Feldman as Tommy
Betsy Palmer as Mrs. Pamela Voorhees
Tom Savini as Jason
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1hr 31 min
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1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rambofanlife-41678 10 / 10

The Final Chapter is the best excellent "Friday the 13th" slasher of them all my all time number 1 personal favorite horror film

My top 1 best favorite film of all time ever. Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter is my all time personal favorite horror slasher 80's film it is the best one it is my number one favorite Friday the 13th film this is a great slasher horror film. Kimberly Beck was a bad-ass hottie sexy girl, I love her so much. Trish Jarvis is my favorite number 1 final girl and the best heroine of all Friday the 13th films. Ted White is the best Jason Voorhees In my opinion! Jason is a ruthless killing menacing machine in this one and Ted White acted like the role was written on his skin, he had a heart to play the character. I love, love, love it so much I love it! Ted White is my number one favorite Jason of them all.

Kimberly Beck, Corey Feldman and Crispin Glover made this film work for me. This is Joseph Zito's best film he ever made, beside The Prowler and Invasion U.S.A. it is my favorite Joseph Zito film.

Special makeup effects artist was Larry Carr, Tom Savini and Kevin Yagher who were practical special effects. No CGI no shaky cam I love all gory and practical effects used in this film. Tom Savini made with his effects a great death scenes that hold even today. There was a beautiful jump scene trough window in which the main heroine fall's down.

It has beautiful cast: I love the twins Camilla and Carey More as Tina and Terri. I love Barbara Howard as Sara so much I felt bad for her. I love Judie Aronson from American Ninja as Samantha. I love Crispin Glover as Jimmy Mortimer and his dance moves. I love Lawrence Monoson as Ted. I love the song played in the film Love Is a Lie by Lion. I love the atmosphere and setting about this film. I love everyone in this film.

I love Sara, Sam and of course Jimmy I love the cast, the setting. Joseph Zito directed great. My favorite death scene Is Paul been stabbed in the groin with a harpoon gun excellent scene.

I enjoy this movie much you have beautiful cast in here you have a lot's of nudity, great gory and bloody scenes, great kills great heroes. I just love this film to death from setting from acting from jokes everything I love in this film.

Corey Feldman is great as Tommy Jarvis the main hero in this film this is his best film. I love him in The Lost Boys and in this film he was fantastic. Kimberly Beck as Trish Jarvis was excellent in my opinion really excellent I love her so much in here. Crispin Glover was great before he went to star a year later in Back to the Future (1985) my all time favorite film. Erich Anderson as Rob did a good job as the guy who want's to avenge his sister death.

The Final Chapter is well-paced and well-acted, fit with campy dialogue, bloody deaths, and nudity galore. The Final Chapter ties the original run of the series together well, and is the last Jason entry that can really be taken seriously. This movie get's my Bad-Ass Seal Of Approval 10/10 this movies are great I love this film to death I love it I highly recommend it to the fans.

Reviewed by darthMisaskernew 8 / 10

The best Friday The 13th movie!

This has always been my favorite Friday The 13th movie. It's the first time the franchise truly realized how dumb it was, thus making it a fun, dumb, yet still scary 80's goldmine of gory horror fun! It has the best Jason, the best characters, and some of the best kills. It's nice to have characters that are actually likable and relatable, such as Cripsin Glover as the shy nerdy guy who's battling several social anxiety. Most of the other movies just have generic teenagers who are only there to get killed, but this is the first movie that actually tries to have interesting and ED characters that you want to root for instead of waiting for them to die. Corey Feldman as the kid is also a cool character and a nice change of pace. The kills are BRUTAL and have such a PUNCH to them. People don't just die, they DIE. People get tossed out windows and over balconies and get stabbed in the freakin face and broken in half of Jason's knee, it's all amazing! I will say the ending is a bit underwhelming, since this is supposed to be the final Jason movie and all (thank GOD we got more), but it's still a cool ending. If you gotta pick one Friday movie to watch, pick this one.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 6 / 10

Not the final chapter but should have been

'Friday the 13th' may have been panned by critics when first released but since then it is one of the most famous and influential horror films, the franchise containing one of horror's most iconic villains. The film is popular enough to become a franchise and spawn several sequels of varying quality and generally inferior to the one that started it all of.

Liked the first two 'Friday the 13th' films, despite not exactly considering them great. Had mixed feelings on the third film, but it is one of the more watchable follow-ups. This fourth instalment for me is the second best of the sequels, and although one knows that it was not the 'Final Chapter', the general consensus is that it should have been and that there was no need for the rest. Have to completely agree with this, to me 'Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter' was the last average and above of the series.

It may not be a great film, neither were the previous three. The story is paper thin and there is not much new. Again, while actually the best acted film of the whole series, some of the acting is far from what one would call good.

The dialogue, as can be expected (the 'Friday the 13th' films are not to be seen for the script), is awfully crude, cheesy and simplistic, and most of the characters are as dim-witted and underdeveloped as ever (though other sequels did this aspect far worse). There is some unintentional humour here and there that dissipates at times the generally very well done atmosphere.

However, there are three performances that are actually the best of the whole series. Corey Feldman in his prime is appealing, showing that it was a shame that his personal life went as down the toilet in the way that it did since. Crispin Glover is lots of fun in his role and Ted White is one of the scariest Jasons.

Visually, 'Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter' has grit and professionalism and the effects and make-up are simply terrific and steal the show even more than Jason. There is plenty of suspense and tension that was missing in the third film, with a return to deaths and moments that are creative and unsettling. The film contains the best ending of the series, certainly of the sequels, truly nightmarish. There is far less padding too.

Overall, decent, one of the series' best and the last one to be average or above. 6/10 Bethany Cox

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