LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 09:  Actress Amanda Righetti arrives at the premiere of Warner Bros.' "Friday the 13th" at the Chinese Theater on February 9, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
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The Final Girls From The Friday The 13th Franchise, Ranked
10. Pam
Pam (Melanie Kinnaman) from "Friday the 13th: A New Beginning" ranks as the most useless Final Girl, as she does little more than fall and scream when facing Jason. She is the archetype of characters who die first, and the only reason she survives so long is because of Reggie "The Reckless," who proves far more adept and resourceful in dangerous situations.
9. Rennie
As the Final Girl in "Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan," Rennie (Jensen Daggett) disappoints with her limited resourcefulness and intuition. Although she possesses the typical Final Girl charm, her survival comes down to pure luck, as Jason ultimately dies when the sewer floods with toxic waste and he drowns.
8. Whitney
In the 2009 remake of "Friday the 13th," Whitney (Amanda Righetti) unexpectedly emerges as a capable Final Girl when she teams up with her brother Clay to outwit and defeat Jason. Even though there are only a few triumphant moments, Whitney comes out fighting when she needs to, which shows her resilience and adaptability in the face of danger.
7. Jessica
Despite her initial skepticism and lack of fighting instinct, Jessica (Kari Keegan) possesses a hidden fighting spirit and emerges as a not-so-bad Final Girl in "Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday." She eventually rises to the challenge during the climactic final battle, where she drives an ancient dagger into Jason's heart.
6. Trish
As a Final Girl in "Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter," Trish (Kimberly Beck) exhibits level-headedness, sound judgment, and a strong will to survive. While she may not be as instinctual as other Final Girls, her partnership with Tommy forms a formidable duo that ultimately defeats Jason through teamwork and guile.