Life seems good for Bobby, until he is thrust into a horrific game where the goal is to save his wife before the timer hits zero. The series debuted on October 29, 2004 with Saw. Then, we are introduced to Bobby who was a survivor of a trap, yet we soon uncover that he was actually not in one of Jigsaws traps at all. The first thing that was stupid. Besides the characters in the traps are so thin and meaningless to the other characters, you really don't care at all when they die because they contribute nothing to the story line anyway. Unfortunately, the moment I saw him, I immediately knew how the movie would end with him being involved.
Why was it not believable? The other's were pretty much as average as always. Lynn is told that she must keep the madman alive for as long as it takes Jeff, another of his victims, to complete a game of his own. Out of any character in the movie, I really wanted her to live because she did absolutely nothing wrong. All that being said, I am glad I saw it. Total Spoiler It was always rumored before Saw 7 came out that Doctor Gordon was still alive helping out jigsaw.
What a site to watch movies! Gordon in the original Saw is back this time around, but also has very limited screen time. Unfortunately the ideas brought to this one were terrible. 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. A debilitated Edgar reveals to Halloran that the amusement has started. He led them to a room and they all got shot by a sub machine gun.
As far as credibility goes, the producers threw it out the window. So I was really excited to see how it would pan out. Let's just make him stab people in the neck and be done with it. While starting as a film series, Saw has evolved to encompass numerous media forms including video games and comics as well as mazes and a roller coaster. This one left me feeling the writers purposely set out to make it stupid and unbelievable. .
Now aided by his new apprentice Amanda, the puppet-master behind the cruel, intricate games that have terrified a community and baffled police has once again eluded capture and vanished. I don't like watching a movie and knowing how it will end. The traps are boring, the shock value has completely disappeared, and you ultimately don't feel for any of the characters in the film. Not only does the film deliver a ridiculous plot, but it also fails visually, leaving movie goers with empty wallets and a short-coming 3D experience. He also acts as a counselor to surviving Jigsaw victims, guiding them towards psychological recovery. He finally gets to his wife in the last trap, fails at saving her, she is burned alive and the last time you see him on the screen is crying in front of the furnace that is burning his wife.
The actor who played Gibson was awful, I laughed as he tried to pass himself off as serious. There's a lot going on in Saw 3D, and you honestly never get bored with it. We've seen someone go through a series of tests against a timer, we've seen gruesome traps, and we've seen the now predictable twists. Description: Saw is a horror film series created by James Wan and Leigh Whannell and distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment and Twisted Pictures. Greutert tries his best to salvage the film, but it ultimately falls into pieces due to the production and incoherent story line. It's bad really bad and I can't stress that enough. On her head is a mask, which is hooked into her lower jaw.
It just didn't work for this movie. Director Kevin Greutert was forced to return since Lionsgate had a clause in his contract for another film. Also, does anyone honestly think in such a public place, no one would notice two people tied to construction equipment??? Her fiance Soo-hyun, a top secret agent, decides to track down the murderer himself. All of these cons, along with the cheap 3D, make for a horrible film that shouldn't even bear the Saw title. While I have no issue with giving the fans what they want, that only appeals to some movies.
In a flashback, we learn of Amanda, a girl who falls victim to the Jigsaw Killer. He promises himself that he will do everything in his power to take bloody vengeance against the killer, even if it means that he must become a monster himself to get this monstrous and inhumane killer. And not only that, but everyone was watching like it was some movie, taking pictures with their camera phone. Hopefully this truly is the last Saw film because I will definitely not be going to see another after what they did to this one. Carey Elwes, who played the infamous Dr. The cancer-ridden Jigsaw — who is on the brink of death — tells Lynn that she must keep Jigsaw alive for as long as it takes Jeff to complete one of his own games. Not only that, but the decision to make Bobby's trap about going through a house and trying to help out his colleagues is completely unoriginal.