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SAW III- Review


SAW III- Review

Review By: Roger Moore

Directed By: Darren Lynn Bousman Written By: James Wan & Leigh Whannell (Story) Leigh Whannell (Screenplay)

Score: Technical: 90, Acting: 90, Story: 95, Overall Score: 92% Jigsaw is back at it once again the only problem is that this time he is restricted to his deathbed.  With the aide of Amanda his obedient apprentice, the two devise a plan to keep him alive just long enough to finish one last game.  Kidnapping the lovely Dr. Denlon, Jigsaw has her held hostage to do his bidding.  She must keep him alive long enough for the game to be finished, while playing her own twisted game.   Within this we meet Jeff, a man who is lost in a building and must play a twisted game of forgiveness and self-discovery before the building becomes his everlasting tomb.  The technical abilities of this film fully surpassed the two prior films with great visuals on the killing side of things; they have invented new and wonderful ways to dispose of human life.    The sequences where filmed wonderfully and it flowed with the utmost ease, it went on greatly, there was never a moment when I was waiting for it to end, I just kept wanting more. The scene with the Detective from the first two films was absolutely great the way it was filmed and the game they played with her was wonderful.A Heart Stopper on the Roger Moore movie scale, this has to be one of, if not the best films I’ve seen all year, and I can’t wait until they decide to make part 4.  Tobin Bell fully surpasses his performances in the first two movies and this to me is an Oscar worthy film, if not as best picture then best actor.  I loved every moment of this movie and truly can’t wait until I get to watch it again.  As always be afraid, be very afraid.  

Saw 3

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