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Would you die to live? That's what two men, Adam (Leigh Whannell) and Gordon (Cary Elwes), have to ask themselves when they're paired up in a deadly situation. Abducted by a serial killer, they're both holed up in a prison constructed with such ingenuity that they may not be able to escape before their captor decides it's time to dismantle their bodies in his signature way. Attempting to break free may kill them too, but staying definitely will.
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
- Reviews Counted: 169
- Fresh: 81
- Rotten: 88
- Average Rating: 5.5/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: So over the top that even the recruited audience of non-critics at my screening began to howl.
Fresh: Terrifying at some moments and insinuatingly creepy at many others.
Rotten: A gore movie with no teeth.
Fresh: Neither a deep, psychological thriller nor a mindless slasher flick, this is one skillfully made, if admittedly superficial, creepout.
Not Your Average Horror Film
First off, this movie isn't a torture film with pointless random sex and then loads of gore. This film has a story behind it, a story about a man who kidnaps people to teach them a lesson a life. The man is Jigsaw and he says humans are missing a vital piece, survival. So he tests people and watch this movie closely. The ending is insane with a twist to leave you on the edge of your seat.
The movie that just keeps on givin'.
Ok, to those of you who are going to write a negative review about this movie, just think about one thing. This movie gives up the traditional "silence..then scare!" tactic. This movie actually makes you THINK and actually keeps you entertained while enjoying a great storyline. The clues that you miss the first time around, you will definetly see when watching a second time. This is just one of the better horror movies to come out this century. Dont wreck yourself.
Brilliant! (finally it's on itunes)
Not your average "horror" movie, it's one that does have purpose unlike so many others. Yet this is the best one out of the three movies (fourth coming this october) James Wan does a Brilliant job starring and directing Saw!