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: 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: A definite improvement over the last, Saw VI equalizes gore and heart, and although I feel horribly disgusted with myself after the credits roll, my 90 minutes were thoroughly and persistently entertained.
Summary: This is more like it. 'Saw 6' has brought the series back to a more tense state. It's a step above the last two entries, for sure. I actually prefer this over all the other sequels. I felt that the franchise should've ended here, but we all know that didn't happen.