Summary: The story is about a Detective Mark Hoffman has emerged as Jigsaws latest protege. With the FBI closing in, Hoffman begins another game, one that will unravel Jigsaw's grand design. This movie is a step up then the other god awful fifth movie.
Summary: One of the goriest of the franchise from the beginning scene. Dan Erickson (Mark Rolston) still believes Strahms was responsible for the killing. Lindsey Perez (Athena Karkanis) is still alive, which was really baffling. During the flashbacks, Amanda and John together with Jill should look younger, which was the other way around. One should also wonder how Jigsaw tapes his videos when he is already dead.
Summary: It was ok. The acting was decent and the traps no longer relied on just violence but they actually meant something to the person who was being tested. Sadly though the entire plot is just a poor take on a real issue and it doesnt fit well in the Saw world. Its a decent addition to the franchise but nothing really special about it.
Summary: I expected "Saw 6" as my final Saw movie. Turns out the movie is better than its prequel; it has the theme of blood, gore, horror, a appropriate (but still Cliched) plot twist, and redemption. Bravo Mr. Greutert!
Summary: This is by far one of the best in the Saw series, the plot is awesome, my only complaints are that Hoffman isn't as enjoyable as John was, and the ending was a little confusing, but it's by far one of the best Saw movies so far.