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Plot: Detective Matt Gibson chases the psychotic Detective Mark Hoffman while Jigsaw's widow Jill Tuck tries to kill him as assigned by her husband. However he escapes and Jill meets Gibson and offers to sign an affidavit listing the murders committed by Hoffman. In return, she requests protection. Meanwhile, the prominent Jigsaw survivor and leader of a support group Bobby Dagen is abducted with his wife and friends and forced to play a mortal game to save himself and his beloved wife. Runtime: 90 mins Release Date: 28 Oct 2010
Let me say this the saw movies hold a special place in my heart. The first saw was the first movie my husband and I saw together before we started dating. The opening of the first trap was so intense. You didn't know how it would end, but I found myself clapping for the guys. I understand some people would think thats harsh but come on she had it coming. I'm also really glad to see that the director from the last movie also directed this one he tied it all together. There is a lot of hidden stuff to look for. For example look at the evidence room you can see some of the most famous <more>
traps form past movies. The traps,the plot and the end was a true ending to a movie. I found myself leaving the theater a little sad but this is one of those movies that will be in the horror hall of fame!!!!!
I was so looking forward to seeing Saw 3D and I must say it did not disappoint! This was to me the greatest ending to a movies franchise ever. I don't believe I will ever see another series like Saw again. Everything was just perfect in this movie. The traps were amazing the story all tied together perfectly and I never saw the ending coming but let me tel you, it will blow you away. It was just perfect. I am sad to see it end but I think they ended it at the right time otherwise it just would have ended up the Friday the 13th and been crappy! My only complaint was the 3D. They did not <more>
need this in 3D. You only see a few body parts fly here and there. I would have rathered watched it without the glasses. Enjoy
the best ending to a horror franchise ever. (by tajic_6)
after spending the day watching saw I all the way to saw VI at home i went to the cinema to watch saw 3D with high expectation. knowing that this was the last one in the series i expected it to deliver something different. with Cary Elwes returning as doctor Gordon i knew this would be good. the plot of the movie was very different camper to the other saw movies and it have more chilling traps. not Every scene was made specifically for 3D but it was enough to be watched in 3D. If your a big fan of saw then you must watch this because the ending will have you at the edge of your seat. For me <more>
who has always been a big fan of the Saw series this movie certainly deserves 10/10.
A top notch ending to the franchise warning contains spoilers! (by thorpee2009)
Yesterday me and my friends decided to have a Saw marathon, we watched saw 1 up to 6 then went to see the new and apparently last instalment aw 3D at the cinema. I went with incredibly high expectations, and in some ways was not disappointed, however there were a few things i was not overly keen on. spoilers be warned The negatives - 1. I expected the final game in the saw franchise to focus on someone rather more related to the saw franchise itself. Bobby's character not being known of or mentioned in any previous films ruined it a bit for me, plus the fact i saw him as a completely <more>
unlikable character didn't help. In the previous games there was usually a character that i wanted to prevail and survive Gorden from Saw, Jeff from Saw 3 for example but this guy didn't do it for me. 2. I so wanted Hoffman to survive he is my favourite character and although he isn't shown pyhsically dying in the film, the end clearly shows he has no way of escape. 3.3D! In many cases 3D films can be incredible, just look at avatar for example, however i feel that this was only 3D for the sake of making it 3d, it added nothing to the story and ultimately would have been just as good in 2D. This may just be me but i also thought that the 3D element of the film made it almost too shiny and polished. Saw in 3D just felt too gimmicky when the main focus should have been the fact that it was the last film in the series! The Positives - 1. The traps were pretty fantastic. They were far more imaginative than i expected. I thought Chester Bennington's car trap scene was brutal whilst being clear it was cleverly thought out. I wont go into every trap in detail as it would take too long but there are certainly some imaginative ones in there. 2. Despite Hoffman's demise at the end, he played the bad ass antagonist perfectly. The fact that he chose the old school reverse bear trap on Jill was perfect and throughout the film he remained ruthless. Even at the end when he was chained up, he went straight for the saw, in my eyes again proving he would do anything to survive. 3. The acting, i've heard from a few people that the acting was below par, i on the other hand did not find this to be the case. I thought every character played their role well. 4. The ending, despite predictable to some, was straight up epic. Lawrence Gorden's story was revealed and him ending it with the famous line "Game over!" gave me chills. Overall - In my opinion not one of the Saw films has surpassed the original, due to its pure originality and legitimately shocking twist. Saw 3D didn't have an incredible story, it had a slightly predictable twist but the bottom line is it wrapped the franchise up, answering most questions and was a fun film along the way. If you have seen the others and enjoyed them then you can't afford to miss this.
But you might as well go out with a bang! Saw 3D is without a doubt the perfect conclusion to the long drawn out horror/torture franchise. After Saw 3, fan base has slowly started to decline over the years, but fortunately with the help of Saw VI, and Saw 3D's brilliant director, Kevin Greutert, the saga has come to a brilliant, yet well-deserved ending.The acting has taken a tremendous leap from the previous films, and the traps . . . Ooh, don't get me started, you have to see it to learn more. FYI, not for the little ones; this movie will make you cringe, wrestle, and writhe with <more>
terror for Greutert's display of violence and gore.Without a doubt, this is Saw's biggest and most daring achievement, but it is one to be admired. Its brought the series up from its metaphorical rut, which would be Saw 3, Saw 4, and Saw 5, but in the end, you will be satisfied. Worth every single penny, and in brain-twisting 3D. Saw 3D, is this year's, Halloween treat to the movies.
The last part is easily the best ! (by Cinema_Love)
I don't mind saying this for one reason ! This final movie is simply the best. It answer all our questions after all thoses movies. I'm a big fan of the Saw movies, and the first was my favorite until now. The real fans of the psychological side of SAW will like it. But the pure gore fans as well because we get a lot of them. Sean Patrick Flannery has been added to this part and he's doing an amazing job, easily the best actor of the whole series with Cary Elwes, Bell and Mandylor. The atmosphere is still very present in this grand finale and we get flashbacks but not as much as <more>
the previous ones, one saw movie was almost an all-flashback movie and was not that good for this reason. As far the 3-D, it delivers, it could have been more but it's not as poor as Piranha 3-D, i would say that 30% of the movie is in 3-D which is good. The blood most likely is in 3-D and feel you are in the movie, the smoke too. So for that, they did a very good job with the 3-D effects for the big screen. This movie is highly recommended for pure fans, you have to see the previous movies to fully enjoy this one. And to thoses who tell you they stop after part 2 or 3, don't listen to them, they don't know what they are talking about. This is an awesome series and the only good horror series in the 2000s era so we have to respect a true series for true fans !
Aside from the pointless 3D this is great! (by preppy-3)
The seventh and purportedly last Saw movie. It picks exactly where part 6 ended so you may think you have to see all six parts to get it, but I saw it with a friend who missed parts 4-6 and he had no trouble figuring it out. It's more "fun" and "games" with Jigsaw's followers carrying out his sadistic little games. This time around Bobby Dagan Sean Patrick Flanery and his family and friends are tortured because Dagan lied about saying he escaped from a trap by Jigsaw--but he never WAS in a trap by Jigsaw. Like the others this is dark, grim, no unnecessary <more>
nudity or love story and very little humor. The traps are as sadistic as ever and this movie is VERY difficult to sit through. But it scares you and that's all it's supposed to do.Now--the 3D. It jacked up the already outrageous ticket price to $15.00! And you know what? It SUCKS! It's not even used except a few times and makes every scene look even darker than it should be. A few times I had to take off the glasses cause I didn't know WHAT I was seeing! The 3D is totally unnecessary and just added on to get more money out of movie goers. I don't care what the studio says--this was NOT needed! That aside it was violent, VERY gory and with the exception of Costas Mandylor well acted. Flanery was very good and I was surprised to see Cary Elwes appear and totally contradicting what we heard happened to his character in 1, 2 and 3 . Top billed Tobin Bell only appears in a few scenes but you hear his voice a lot during the traps.Grim, gruesome and a fitting end to the series supposedly this is the last . However there IS a way they could film a sequel. If this one makes enough money I'm sure we'll see it. An 8...but wait for the DVD. As I said the 3D is horrible and not needed.
Saw 3D or Saw VII 3D in Australia was AMAZING (by darrenholmes26)
I had to catch this as soon as it came out. I'm a huge Saw fan. I think I've been to every Saw movie on the opening day for the last 6 years. This one is OFF THE CHAIN! The 3D is nuts! If you love Saw or just horror movies in general then you'll love this. It doesn't hold back. I've been heaps impressed with everything they've done for this film. I've seen so many websites with great clips like the Saw VII 3D photobooth http://ow.ly/2WRaW and the Saw traps retrospective http://bit.ly/9GFdcv . I've gotta give it to them, they're putting everything <more>
they've got behind this movie and it seriously pays off. It sucks that this is the last one. It's been an awesome 6 years. Let's just hope they reboot this someday. In the meantime I'll watch the Blu-rays.
Best certainly saved for last Quick Review (by matt-deverill)
Pros: A good storyline with plenty of twists.Some of the most creative traps to date.I really liked the scenes outside rather than always being set in the dark dingy rooms excluding flashbacks like in the other movies.Good ending.Cons: Some of the acting was a little off, Chad Donella Who played Gibson did not do a very good job, I sometimes could not tell if he was trying to be sarcastic or if it was just bad acting before including no... he is just a dodgy actor. The scene during the television interview also displayed some terrible acting from the characters behind the camera crew as <more>
well as the woman interviewing 'Bobby'.The 3D was disappointing.At times there seemed to be too much going on at once with too many cuts to different locations