Now, Kimberly's plan was obviously terrible, because precisely zero teenage boys would be discouraged at the prospect of dating a girl who takes sexy photos. But the film doesn't tell us this to set up a redemption arc. Instead she shows the photo to Jason, and he tells her that she really is a good person deep down. But at this point in the movie, all she's done is send a nude photo and fistfight in a cave. Maybe she'll learn what she did wrong later on? Don't hold your breath; during the final battle, a monster damages Amanda's car, and Kimberly's response is, "That's what you get." For ... for what? Having her privacy violated? Why are we supposed to hate the character who had her sense of trust broken by someone she thought was a close friend? Did they accidentally delete half the scenes from this subplot?