The Saw Series / Saw IV

Started by War Wager, Jun 30, 2007, 01:22:56 PM

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Sgt.Torque Reikan

Sgt.Torque Reikan

#105
Quote from: Ratchetcomand on Jan 02, 2008, 09:34:45 PM
They said they made make a Saw 7 if things do well in the series.

*pulls gun to liongate producers*

Ratchetcomand

Ratchetcomand

#106
They should have ended it after Saw III. I think the series is going to be worst after Saw 4!

Sgt.Torque Reikan

Sgt.Torque Reikan

#107
Quote from: Ratchetcomand on Jan 02, 2008, 09:41:59 PM
They should have ended it after Saw III. I think the series is going to be worst after Saw 4!

witch is why I am screaming in my head *darth vader* noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

*pulls trigger to lionsgate producers*

Der_Meister

Der_Meister

#108
well, normally they are making a 5th and 6th one and then quit with the Saw franchise right?
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right?

Sgt.Torque Reikan

Sgt.Torque Reikan

#109
apperently not......................... >:( :-X :'(

NikTh

NikTh

#110
That's how I felt after seeing SawIV... Okay, the ending was a surprise but that doesn't make it a good movie... I mean, they twisted the story in a way it can practically go on forever.
I don't know. But IV was the first Saw movie which left me with a disappointed feeling at the end.


Ratchetcomand

Ratchetcomand

#111
How would you guys rate the saw movies.

My rating on the movies

Saw: 8/10

Saw II: 6/10

Saw III: 7/10

Saw IV: 4/10


War Wager

War Wager

#112
Watched IV last night, and boy is it harsh. Very brutal and sick. I was disappionted with the twist at the end only because I had guessed it when I was watching III.  :P

Saw: 7/10

Saw II: 8/10

Saw III: 8/10

Saw IV: 7/10

Ratchetcomand

Ratchetcomand

#113
David Hackl is going to be in Saw V.

http://shocktillyoudrop.com/news/topnews.php?id=5149

Immortan Jonesy

Immortan Jonesy

#114

BISHOP 93

BISHOP 93

#115
Its funny looking back at the previous page and seeing all the comments of when the franchise is ending and here we are at number 10  :laugh:. Saying that X is definitely better than a lot of the other entries, but I found myself asking the question of how much time passes between John realising he was conned to collecting his victims/ creating the traps because it seems like everything is all done within one night which is a stretch. The other thing is which cant be helped is how old Tobin is ( the guys now in his 80's) and I found that a little jarring after having watched Saw 1 last night and then X today and he is now 20 years older although chronologically X takes place after 1 but before 2. Besides that if you like Saw films you'll like this one.

Xenomrph

Xenomrph

#116
Quote from: BISHOP 93 on Oct 02, 2023, 07:47:13 PMIts funny looking back at the previous page and seeing all the comments of when the franchise is ending and here we are at number 10  :laugh:. Saying that X is definitely better than a lot of the other entries, but I found myself asking the question of how much time passes between John realising he was conned to collecting his victims/ creating the traps because it seems like everything is all done within one night which is a stretch. The other thing is which cant be helped is how old Tobin is ( the guys now in his 80's) and I found that a little jarring after having watched Saw 1 last night and then X today and he is now 20 years older although chronologically X takes place after 1 but before 2. Besides that if you like Saw films you'll like this one.
I was thinking about the timeline too, I got the impression that Jigsaw realizes he's been conned, gets Amanda to Mexico ASAP, spends about a week setting up shop in the now-abandoned warehouse using whatever is available, then dispatches Amanda to abduct everyone while Hoffman does some detective stuff in the meantime.

Kradan

Kradan

#117
Saw (heh) it this Thursday. Liked it quite a bit. My main criticism would be how movie tries to portray John Kramer as a semi-heroic figure which clashes with the fact he forces people to dismember themselves. Also that kid seemed like a studio note. And not nearly enough Billy The Puppet

Also it was almost empty showing, Which is nice I guess, 'cause there's less noise to distract you from the movie

I was the only one to stay for the mid-credits scene and only because I knew about it beforehand. Kinda annoying how they turn the lights on as soon as the credits start rolling


Quote from: Immortan Jonesy on Sep 18, 2023, 09:36:27 PMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDyMOxtGo8Y

Not nearly as gruesome as I imagined it

Kradan

Kradan

#118
Finally watched Saw VII/3D/The Final Chapter. It wasn't as bad as I thought. Is it a satisfying finale to 7 years of Saw saga ? Not so much. Is it a fun Saw movie you can have good time with if you don't take it too seriously ? I think so

Darkness

Darkness

#119
I saw the new one at the weekend. Very different to the ones that came before it. Nice to see lots of Tobin Bell who is just wonderful in the role. I can't believe though that

Spoiler
the woman at the end survived given how bad she was. If there was anybody who should have been killed, it was her. It was kinda obvious that it was a whole setup for her to escape and then get caught out.
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