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SAW VI: It Does Not End Here

Posted by David D'Angelo | 11/02/2009 06:46:00 PM | , | 0 comments »
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MOVIE REVIEW SAW VI:  It seems Saw fans had not yet seen the last of Jigsaw and his works. Despite the effort of police and the eventual discovery of who is the killer after Jigsaw died, Agent Mark Hoffman. He yet again escaped and manage to continue his plans as the successor of the gruesome game master.

The story revolves around the 6 envelopes which Jigsaw left to his wife. These envelopes represent the unfinished business of John Kramer or Jigsaw. Jigsaw's wife gave 5 of the 6 envelopes to Hoffman while keeping the sixth to herself.



It seems that this movie has some political intonation in the sense that it focuses on health care. The main conflict and learning which Jigsaw wants William Easton (Peter Outerbridge), an executive at a health insurance company to learn is the fact that no one can decide who has the right to live or die.

William's company decides whom to cover based strictly on probabilities of health or illness; he turned down one of John’s claims for this very reason; it is also revealed that he met John at the opening of Jill's clinic. William is captured, taken to an abandoned zoo, and suspended in a large vise clamped around his torso, with a breathing mask over his face.

While supervising the game Hoffman was called by his fellow detective on the information of a convincing lead on who is continuing Jigsaw's work. It indeed revealed him through a voice technology mechanism which upon revelation turned him into the beast he always have been.

Near the end the content of the 6th envelope was revealed. This envelope was in fact the test which Jigsaw prepared for his successoor, and as Jigsaw says everyone will learn the value of life.

In the end Hoffman triumphs over the test and escapes from the harness, while the reporter who covers the Jigsaw murders and two others remain under the custody of his puzzle.

The film was way better and shocking than Saw V and it reveals more about hos Jigsaw things. It also gave a deeper insight on the purpose of every game which he setup.

  • STORY: 10 - means the depth of the story and the overall plot.
  • CHARACTERS: 10 - this pertains to the ability of the characters to portray their roles.
  • COHERENCE: 10 - ability of the story to be coherent as the episode progresses.
  • DEPTH: 10 - the effectiveness of the story to relay the full plot and to show the story of each character.
  • MUSIC: 10 - effective use of music in the story.
  • VISUAL EFFECTS: 10 - amount and effectiveness of special effects.
  • POPULARITY: 10 - relative popularity of the story/tv series.
  • RECOMMENDATION: 10 - my recommendation
  • TOTAL RATING: 10.00

Special effects was great as well as the sounds. The blood and gore was also not for children but preferably either R-13 or R-18. SAW fans will never regret this latest installment to the already very popular movie.

SAW VI was also the second most popular part of the saw series since it returned to the original pattern and suspense which the first saw created and used.

On October 14, 2009 franchise producer Mark Burg and Marcus Dunstan, co-writer of films IV, V, and VI, announced that Saw VII will be in 3-D and production is slated to begin in January 2010. In the same interview, Saw VIII was confirmed for an October 2011 release.

The series for six years had been releasing SAW every October before Halloween since 2004.

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