However, considering that this movie was made in only 18 days by two independent filmmakers with literally no budget at all, it's really inappropriate to be petty about technical subtleties, when Wan and Whannel came up with such an original and stirring movie. Meanwhile, Detective Hoffman hunts down Jill Tuck, seeking revenge over the events of the last film. His motive the entire movie was revenge on Jill tuck for putting him a trap. Thrillers as gripping as this one have become extremely rare in times like these, where people have seen almost everything and can guess any twist during the first half of the movie. If they wish to live, they each have to play their own game as the killer has told them on an audio script.
It just didn't work for this movie. There are eleven traps the highest in franchise history and the Hoffman and Jill story line is presented on the side. Spoiler His character for the entire movie was nothing more than a thug. Gordon originally hacked off his own leg and shuts the door. The 3D was pretty poor to be honest, was way too gimmicky and just involved chunks of bone and flesh fly at you. The reason jigsaw puts them in the trap was just plain stupid two guys manipulated by one girl , and must have taken 5 seconds to come up with.
Two strangers, who awaken in a room with no recollection of how they got there, soon discover they're pawns in a deadly game perpetrated by a notorious serial. And then, the only attempt from the crowd to save them was one small women trying to bang the glass with a briefcase, obviously the glass wasn't going to break and so that was it, no more attempts. This film was, in my opinion, exciting, thrilling, and an overall entertaining film to watch. Not since seven has horror been portrayed so majestically. Those sped-up tracking shots have just been used too many times by now, the structure of the script is weird and jumps from one period of time to another, some characters' lines are a bit cliched. The acting in this film was also atrocious.
A lack of star names helps the movie flow as the pace builds to a finale that won't be forgotten by this viewer in a hurry! He was set to direct Paranormal Activity 2, but was pulled in to Toronto a week before the filming of Saw 3D. It is well scripted, well acted, and, for everyone who guesses the killer after the first few minutes, keeps you guessing right up to the final reel. I've been a fan of the Saw films since the start and while i think they should have ended it at the first, I've still managed to catch each one, each year, to see what kind of new ideas they have brought to the franchise. Why was it not believable? But it turned out to just be a lazily made film with a horrid ending. So I was really excited to see how it would pan out. .
You don't see him die! There were tons of movie-goers paying to see Saw 3D. The story is about a surgeon and a photographer who wake up and to find themselves shackled at opposite ends of a nasty-looking toilet. Total Spoiler It was always rumored before Saw 7 came out that Doctor Gordon was still alive helping out jigsaw. And not only that, but everyone was watching like it was some movie, taking pictures with their camera phone. The film is not too scary that it becomes unwatchable, so the full potential of its enormity will not be missed.
He also acts as a counselor to surviving Jigsaw victims, guiding them towards psychological recovery. For the final film, I expected it to be a huge surprise that would end the franchise on a high note. Gordon in the original Saw is back this time around, but also has very limited screen time. This one left me feeling the writers purposely set out to make it stupid and unbelievable. Come to think of it, we never even see what happens to him. The other's were pretty much as average as always. Also, does anyone honestly think in such a public place, no one would notice two people tied to construction equipment??? Because most fans wanted that.
He led them to a room and they all got shot by a sub machine gun. His newfound strength is put to the test however when he becomes the target of a new game, one which will also determine the fate of those close to him. The traps are boring, the shock value has completely disappeared, and you ultimately don't feel for any of the characters in the film. So they have a choice, the guys can kill each other or kill the girl. The scene opens with hundreds of people walking by the window with three people tied up you only see two of them until the trap begins.
Since the audience is introduced to this before Bobby must endure his test, we really don't feel anything for his character. Jigsaw is the most gruesome killer the cinema has seen in a loooong time. Greutert tries his best to salvage the film, but it ultimately falls into pieces due to the production and incoherent story line. It's a shame that a majority of the main characters are pushed to the side for Bobby Dagen's game, which in essence, turns out to be a waste of time. I mean how freaking stupid is that? Financially, the producers put themselves in a nice position. The ending and Doctor Gordon's character. There's a lot going on in Saw 3D, and you honestly never get bored with it.
Right from the beginning this original story sucks you in and doesn't let you go until the very end. Saw 2004 Subtitles After waking up in a tiny cell, two men find themselves victim of a serial killer who plays games with his victims and gives them one last chance to survive. Saw 3D is, without a doubt, the worst installment in the series. Because if someone had gone through a jigsaw trap, there would have been a police report a thorough investigation, all sorts of documentation about what happened, where it happened, people involved, hospital reports about his injuries. This movie has the perfect mix of scares and a really bizarre plot.