He is also much smaller in this film (to give you an idea, at one point in the movie a woman in a car opens a door to hit him and he falls backwards), more clumsy, and much more human. The acting is still not bad here, with Amy Steel (April Fool’s Day) doing a really good job as the lead. The ending is an interesting one, fooling with the psychology of Jason, and they try to recapture the surprise of the first, though it doesn’t come off as well here. Overall, this a good horror film that sets the pace for the rest of the series.
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 8