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Jason X Tamil Pdf Download-----------------------------------------DOWNLOAD: http://urllio.com/r084u -----------------------------------------Finally captured in the year 2008, Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder) is held inside a government research facility whose scientists try to answer the question that keeps eluding them - why one of the most infamous mass murderers in history cannot die. Once Rowan (Lexa Doig), leader of the research project, prepares the specimen for cryogenic suspension, a greedy scientist goes over her head and comes to remove Jason, only to have the mad slasher break free and slaughter him and his entire entourage. Tricking Jason into following her, Rowan eludes him into entering the cryogenic freezer and begins the process, but a breach in the system causes her to freeze with him. The government tries to deny any evidence of the project, and nearly four centuries pass, during which the Earth gradually becomes less and less habitable and humans have relocated to a planet in another star system that they've named Earth II. A team of young students descends onto the ruined Earth, where they find the frozen bodies of Jason and Rowan in the forgotten research facility and take back on board their ship with them. Rowan is thawed and revived, but the team mistakes Jason to be dead, having no idea of his abilities or motives. Before long, Jason awakens to the sound of young people having premarital sex once again, and the carnage erupts once again as the ship proceeds to Earth II. The remaining survivors fight for their lives as the centuries-old mad slasher proves that he is just as evil and just as indestructible during their time as he was centuries before.In the future, Earth is no longer inhabitable. A school field trip leads the class and a few marine grunts to the remains of Camp Crystal Lake where they discover two croygenically frozen bodies, one of a beautiful young woman, and the other, a vaguely familiar looking man in a hockey mask and carrying a machete in his right hand. The group decides to bring the bodies back for testing and re-animation. But what was the first mistake, bringing the two bodies back with them or thawing them out so that the unstoppable Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder) can return again to wreak havok and murder everyone in his sight? But what if Jason was upgraded, making him more dangerous than he ever was before?First off, I've been a huge Friday the 13th fan for many many years. And I was one of the few people in the theater who was old enough to remember all of them. (I am 29 years old...a lot of 16 year olds who said they are excited to see Jason 'X'. I didn't have the heart to tell them it is really Jason Ten and that the X is a Roman numeral for it being the 10th Friday the 13th movie. Ah, the state of education these days...)
Anyway, before I saw the movie, I didn't like the idea of going 450 years into the future for killing in space. I am an old fashioned guy who likes Crystal Lake and the cabins. But I was pleasantly surprised by the movie. There were some interesting killings, some good laughs, and some good nostalgia (mentioning earlier films to a degree.)
However, I guess the Friday the 13th series is no longer a horror genre. This movie, I would not call a horror film...but a Sci-Fi slasher picture. There wasn't much scarry in the film. Unlike the earlier films where there was "suspense" and even though I knew someone would die, I would jump from fear when Jason showed up. There was none of that in Jason X. And I think I discovered why...
In earlier films, Part II, Part III, and Part IV (we don't include part I and part V since it wasn't Jason), Jason was "killable" and more of a "man". So Jason had to be sneaky, like a boogie man who lived in the shadows. People doubted if he really existed and was just a wives tale. (Kinda like Mr. Snufalupagus (sp?) on Sesame Street...at least in the old days. I haven't watched Sesame Street in a long time, but people tell me that everyone sees him now.) This made him scarry.
Nowadays, everyone sees him and knows he is "unkillable". Hence, the horror suspense is not there. He's just a constant machine who doesn't hide and doesn't seem human. (The human characteristic was the best part in earlier movies.)
Now, back to Jason X. If this had been a pure sci-fi movie, without the slasher stuff, it would have made a great sci-fi movie. I would've loved to investigate and discover what occured over the past 450 years of mankind. Being 450 years into the future bring up interesting technological inventions, and my personal opinion is that Jason X handled them somewhat realistically. (Others may disagree.) Unlike typical movies in the future where they have inventions like time travel, worm hole creation, etc. This movie tried to be more realistic. It would not surprise me that in 450 we have great virtual reality and the ability to re-generate body tissue or the ability to stop an cut quickly and reattach a limb at a later time. I like the cryogenic side too.
The beginning, with Jason chained up, and then switching places with the guard and killing everyone I thought was too predictable of an opening and started on a bad foot (luckily the predictable stuff ended there for a while.) The only other badly predictable part was Jason coming back to life during the autopsy. We saw this already at the beginning of Part IV and a somewhat similar thing in the beginning of Part VI and Part IX. But I guess there was no other way to do it. Except if Jason was left alone and he came back to life. I would have loved to see a human side to Jason where he is confused by being in the future and not on earth. But oh well.
I thought the characters were interesting in this one. They were the most interesting people since Tommy Jarvis in Part VI. The virtual reality camp crystal lake at the end was perfect!!! And the two topless young girls to occupy Jason were hilarious. "We gonna drink and smoke pot and maybe have some sex. We'll just be in the sleeping bags right now." That was classic and great comedy relief and a great tribute to earlier movies. I was expected one of two things when the Virtual Reality camp crystal lake. I was hoping that they would VR Pamela Vorhees (Jason's mother) to the campsite. It would have made Jason more human again, and we know deep down Jason was a "Mama's Boy". The other thing they could have done was VR either Tommy Jarvis from part VI or Adrienne King from Part I & II or others from earlier films to confuse or occupy Jason. But they went for the more commic relief. Plus, I never mind seeing a couple of young girl's breasts.
The ending promised our typical setup for another movie on Planet Earth 2 (I assume) at a campsite. It was expected, but done well. If you're a fan of the genre or just the Friday the 13th movies, I would suggest going to see it for 2 reasons. 1) It's a pretty entertaining and interesting movie. 2) If it does well enough at the box office, we are certain the see the long awaited movie "Freddy -vs- Jason". New Line Cinema has been working on the project for a while, but are waiting to see how well Jason X does in the theaters.
In future Friday movies, I'd love to see a "prequel" of sorts. Explain what happened to Jason's father. What happened from the 1950s until the early 1980s when Jason started killing in Part II. And so on.
My Friday The 13th Ranking System. (Best to Worst)
1) Part VI: Jason Lives. Great story, great characters.
2) Part I: The original...but no Jason until the end. But great suspense.
3) Part IX: The director's cut is so gruesome, but great story.
4) Jason X: Yes, this actually makes it up to #4 on the list.
5) Part III: The 3-D was campy and dated. But this in my mind was the scariest of all the Friday the 13th movies. I saw this when I was 10 years old and I couldn't sleep for weeks after. I just kept seeing that scene where Chris (who was one of the cutest Friday girls ever) after she hangs Jason walks up to his dangling corpse and Jason awakes, lifting his hockey mask, and flashing that dimented smile.
6) Part IV: The beginning of Tommy Jarvis!!!
7) Part VII: I didn't get into the whole Tina thing.
8) Part II: Basically a re-hashing of Part I with Jason doing the killing instead.
9) Part VIII: Jason takes Manhattan was terrible. I assumed this was the end of the Friday series. Luckily New Line bought the rights from Paramount and Sean S. Cunningham came back. This movie was so bad that Sean S. Cunningham started Part IX to begin after Part VII and just ignored the 8th. (I read also that Sean S. Cunningham said Part IX really starts after Part II...because he didn't like any of the sequels after the 2nd. Hence that's why we don't hear any reference to Tina or Tommy Jarvis in the last two movies.) This movie was terrible. Jason didn't end up in New York until the very end of the movie. The New Yorkers, one of which I am, were so cliche. And I never saw Nuclear Waste in the sewers. Hmmmmm.
10) Part V: One reason. No Jason. Stupid plot of some guy killing like Jason for revenge. Only good scene was the part where the guy is killed in the Port-A-Potty.Who in the hell makes these movies??? This sucks! Don't get me wrong, I'm a HUGE fan of the "Friday the 13th" Series (well, I THOUGHT it was called "Friday the 13th"....what the hell is "JASON X"?). Even though this is the 10th installment (I guess that explains the "X" in "JASON X") of what I thought was a series, taking into account that this movie has absolutely NOTHING to do with any of the other "Friday the 13th" movies, this film just doesn't cut it. There's not enough gore like usual, the killings suck (c'mon, why the hell would the camera cut away when someone's about to get slaughtered by the hands of Jason Vorhees!), not enough nudity, and worst of all...we get the treat of seeing "horror get an UPGRADE" - a cyborg Jason Vorhees. What the hell is that all about!? The fact that this whole movie takes place in space on a damn wannabe Star Trek shuttle is no picnic either. The only thing even remotely decent about this film was the Suburban Commando (hahaha) who wasn't afraid of Jason, as well as getting to stare at Lexa Doig for an hour and a half. Other than that, if you're a true Jason fan, then you'll understand my disgust and pure disappointment for this piece of trash, and you'll do what's best and forget that "JASON X" was even made. To all of you lame Hollywood producers and scriptwriters, I think Beavis & Butt-Head said it best, "PLEASE STOP IN THE NAME OF ALL THAT WHICH DOES NOT SUCK!"A moviegoer's only defense against Jason is to avoid theaters showing this gruesome and derivative movie.After Freddy vs Jason. In that film Jason is ressurected by supernatural serial killer Freddy Kruger after being sent to hell at the end of Jason Goes to Hell and eventually defeats him and emerges triumphant from Crystal Lake. He is then captured by unknown parties and is being held by the military at the beginning of this film. Unknown, it may have been the military themselves although other suggestions have included Tommy Jarvis (from the fourth, fifth and sixth films) or Jason's niece and her boyfriend from Jason Goes to Hell. He is holding only the back of her head and dunking her face in, and presumably thought the nitrogen was just water in which he could drown her. Brodski used the jet pack on his spacesuit to escape and fly around to the side. Very possibly, but odds are this question will never be answered properly, given that we didn't see Jason's final state in this movie (i.e. whether he was disintegrated completely on re-entering Earth II's atmosphere, leaving only his mask, or whether he survived and the mask was simply separated from his head), and the remake means that there will likely be no future film to fill in the gaps. The script has someone pulling Jason's mask out of the water at the end (though doesn't specify if it is Jason), and comic books show that Jason did survive the end of this movie; whether or not you count them as being a proper part of the Friday the 13th storyline boils largely down to personal taste. In terms of the movies however, this is the last one in the original storyline so yes, he is dead. So far, there are 12 movies in the Friday the 13th series. Beginning with Friday the 13th (1980) (1980), following are Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981) (1981), Friday the 13th Part III (1982) (1982), Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) (1984), Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) (1985), Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI (1986) (1986), Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988) (1988), Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989) (1989), Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993) (1993), Jason X (2001) (2001), Freddy vs. Jason (2003) (2003), and Friday the 13th (2009) (2009). A fan film, The Cold Heart of Crystal Lake (2003), was also released in 2003. A documentary about Jason, His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th (2009), was released February 10th 2009. a5c7b9f00b https://www.causes.com/posts/4934025 http://justrefers.com/m/feedback/view/One-Bad-Night-Full-Movie-Hd-1080p-Download http://www.urabillionaire.com/m/feedback/view/Kim-Possible-Full-Movie-Free-Download http://dayviews.com/caldapy/526816787/ http://kepureas.yolasite.com/resources/Download-LA-County-full-movie-in-hindi-dubbed-in-Mp4.pdf http://www.nookl.com/article/328313/gone-full-movie-in-hindi-free-download-hd-720p http://bricolocal.com/profiles/blogs/final-fantasy-xii-full-movie-kickass-torrent http://favordom.com/m/feedback/view/Tremors-II-Aftershocks-Movie-Download-In-Mp4 http://alsicharhoile.simplesite.com/433962123/6627365/posting/pain-gain-in-hindi-free-download http://eximnarega.simplesite.com/433972867/6627368/posting/download-no-joke-survival-social-breakdown
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