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: 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: "Do you want to play a game". No thanks Jigsaw I`ll pass. Gets a "1" because you can re-use the DVD as a coaster. Metacritic actually insists that I write more about this movie, even though I don't want to. There is actually nothing else to say about it. Apart from that there should be a ban on releasing sequels that take a franchise beyond a trilogy. I`m all for artistic expression, but the ideas in this film were artistically expressed enough long ago.
Summary: This is an amazing film. While they are dragging the series on, this is a great movie. It answers a lot of questions from previous installments as well as an amazing storyline that takes a stab at the failing healthcare system.
Summary: I don't understand why critics hate this film that much. Guess it's a love/hate thing. The saw films are exactly what they are supposed to be, and they actually contain many serious subjects. Not everybody understands them. They should have their own genre, the saw genre. I like them, and they deserve more credit than they get. Ok, some logic issues in between, but giving it 0 points is totally not serious. Tobin Bell is also an excellent actor.
If you want to justify your 6th and 7th channel...
1 March 2010
Excerpt: This was better than the last couple of entries into the series, but I wouldn't say it is a must own by any stretch unless you happen to already own the first 5. It is more of the same, with a lot of gore, precarious situations, death and dismemberment.....and a lot of flashbacks. Video was average at best, but where the bluray excelled at was the aggressive use of all of the surround channels.
Excerpt: I love Saw I but from there the movies have started to drop every one. and now, this this is so predictable and boring I am sadened for the franchise. I was hoping this would redeem itself but it is far different from the SAW I thriller. It is more ofa back story, which is boring and you can see every outcome before it happens on screen.