History Film / FreddyVSJason

15th Nov '16 9:56:25 PM ErikModi
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** Even when Freddy has Jason trapped in a dream, it takes him awhile to realize that Jason can just fucking ''[[NighInvulnerable tank]]'' everything Freddy does to him, until Freddy starts digging into Jason's most deep-rooted psychological issues (having drowned/almost drowned as bullied child).
15th Nov '16 9:47:18 PM ErikModi
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* LesserOfTwoEvils: The heroes ultimately decide that [[ALighterShadeOfBlack Jason is this compared to Freddy]], since while both are unstoppable killing machines, Jason would just return to Camp Crystal Lake after beating Freddy.

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* LesserOfTwoEvils: The heroes ultimately decide that [[ALighterShadeOfBlack Jason is this compared to Freddy]], since while both are unstoppable killing machines, Jason would just return to stay at Camp Crystal Lake after beating Freddy.
15th Nov '16 9:40:45 PM ErikModi
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* CurbStompBattle: The first part of Freddy and Jason's fight amounts to this. Jason is no match for Freddy's RealityWarper powers. When the venue changes to the waking world, the fight is much more balanced.
** CurbStompCushion: Though even there Jason manages to not only frustrate the hell out of Freddy by being impossible to kill, but even to get a few licks in himself, emphasizing how much [[UnderestimatingBadassery Freddy has underestimated him.]]

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* CurbStompBattle: The first part of Freddy and Jason's fight amounts to this. Jason is no match for Freddy's RealityWarper powers. When the venue changes to the waking world, the fight is much more balanced.
balanced, though rather weighted towards Jason, with his impressive physical strength, durability, and [[NighInvulnerable nigh-invulnerability.]] Only Freddy being a more cunning and agile fighter really gives him a chance.
** CurbStompCushion: Though even there in the dream Jason manages to not only frustrate the hell out of Freddy by being impossible to kill, but even to get a few licks in himself, emphasizing how much [[UnderestimatingBadassery Freddy has underestimated him.]]



* DudeMagnet: Lori. Aside from her boyfriend, other men who have shown an interest in her are Blake, Linderman and Freddy (the latter's interest is more [[spoiler:to rape her than romance]]).

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* DudeMagnet: Lori. Aside from her boyfriend, other men who have shown an interest in her are Blake, Linderman and Freddy (the latter's interest is more [[spoiler:to rape her than romance]]). Given actress Monica Keena's [[BuxomIsBetter charms]], this is wholly understandable.



* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Jason comes back to life and goes to Elm Street because he believes his mother told him to do it. When Jason figures out his mother was Freddy in disguise, he is... unhappy.

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* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Jason comes back to life and goes to Elm Street because he believes his mother told him to do it. When Jason figures out his mother was Freddy in disguise, he is... [[{{Understatement}} unhappy.]]
7th Nov '16 3:44:51 PM BobTanaka
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** [[spoiler:Exactly when, why and how did Freddy kill Lori's mother? Considering how old she's meant to be when the movie aired and when her mother died, it had to be during a time where Freddy was pretty much not a threat anymore. Though it could have been that, as Freddy normally targets children, the parents didn't think they needed to take hypnocil and Freddy attacked her as a target of opportunity.]]
7th Nov '16 3:43:37 PM BobTanaka
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** [[spoiler:Exactly when, why and how did Freddy kill Lori's mother? Considering how old she's meant to be when the movie aired and when her mother died, it had to be during a time where Freddy was pretty much not a threat anymore.]]

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** [[spoiler:Exactly when, why and how did Freddy kill Lori's mother? Considering how old she's meant to be when the movie aired and when her mother died, it had to be during a time where Freddy was pretty much not a threat anymore. Though it could have been that, as Freddy normally targets children, the parents didn't think they needed to take hypnocil and Freddy attacked her as a target of opportunity.]]
7th Nov '16 3:41:02 PM BobTanaka
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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: [[spoiler:By the time Freddy becomes powerful enough to kill people, Jason has become more trouble than he's worth to Freddy, so Freddy attempts to kill him.]]

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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: [[spoiler:By the time Freddy becomes powerful enough to kill people, Jason has become more trouble than he's worth to Freddy, so Freddy attempts to kill him. This turns out to be easier said than done.]]
7th Nov '16 3:39:37 PM BobTanaka
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* UnderestimatingBadassery: Freddy regards Jason with open contempt for most of the film, calling him "a big, stupid dog who won't stop eating." That changes pretty quickly when he gets to the real world.
7th Nov '16 3:30:30 PM BobTanaka
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** CurbStompCushion: Though even there Jason manages to not only frustrate the hell out of Freddy by being impossible to kill, but even to get a few licks in himself, emphasizing how much [[UnderestimatingBadassery Freddy has underestimated him.]]
29th Oct '16 3:57:11 PM BobTanaka
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* WhyAreYouLookingAtMeLikeThat: When the kids notice that the sleeping Jason is being drowned in his dream, Linderman suggests mouth-to-mouth. Cue everyone looking at Kia...
19th Oct '16 10:07:24 AM BlakeDiamond
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** According to TheOtherWiki, one planned yet scrapped ending had Jason and Freddy finding themselves in Hell and about to continue their fight there, only to have hooked chains spring in from nowhere to pin them both in place. As both struggle, they hear a familiar (to us) voice: "Gentlemen, is there a problem?" In walks [[Film/HellRaiser Pinhead]], end scene.

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** According to TheOtherWiki, one planned yet scrapped ending had Jason and Freddy finding themselves in Hell and about to continue their fight there, only to have hooked chains spring in from nowhere to pin them both in place. As both struggle, they hear a familiar (to us) voice: "Gentlemen, is there a problem?" In walks [[Film/HellRaiser [[Franchise/HellRaiser Pinhead]], end scene.
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