Plot: Jigsaw locks a few unlucky people in a booby trapped shelter and they must find a way out before they inhale too much of a lethal nerve gas and die. But they must watch out, for the traps Jigsaw has set in the shelter lead to death also.
Review: Well, since I’m currently up to Saw 6 and have been watching this franchise non stop lately, all of you guys can look forward to a marathon of Saw reviews. Honestly, I feel like Saw 2 might have been a better movie overall than the original. If you guys have been following my page you probably all know I’m not a big fan of slow build ups, but surprisingly it worked for Saw and I really enjoyed it but the second film just delivers in every way and comes out strong right from the beginning. Saw 2 is an excellent horror/thriller that absolutely keeps the viewers on the edge of their seats.
The story for Saw 2 was intriguing. It mainly focuses on a group of people who are trapped inside this booby trapped house and must find their way out before they inhale to much of the poisonous glass. They must play the game by the rules and somehow have something in common with one another, that they must figure out in order to win the game. Saw 2 provides us with some excellent twists that honestly left me speechless. I really couldn’t believe how good they were. All I can tell you guys that haven’t seen this movie is expect the unexpected because these twists will come back and punch you in the face. How was the acting? The acting in Saw 2 was actually highly enjoyable. The best part about the Saw franchise is that most of the cast is not well known, or even known for that matter, but still deliver excellent performances. Tobin Bell, Shawnee Smith, and Donnie Wahlberg are all excellent in the film and really get the viewers engaged with the film. The supporting cast in Saw 2 also did a great job with their roles and gave us great performances. It was a great performance overall from the cast.
Saw 2 had plenty of great scenes when it came to horror/thrills. There may not be too many scenes that make you jump, but the film can still creep you out in other ways. Saw 2 was filled with gory scenes, each containing a great amount of blood. Some of the scenes were honestly a little nasty, but who doesn’t love that. There was also more kills in this movie, which were mostly pretty insane. Saw 2 just had so much gore that can really keep the viewer on the edge of their seats the whole time. Overall I loved the movie Saw 2 and thought it was highly entertaining. The story was intriguing and can really draw the viewers in. The twists in this movie were fantastic, so make sure you pay attention. The acting was great, Tobin Bell, Shawnee Smith, and Donnie Wahlberg are all excellent in the film. Saw 2 did have excellent gore scenes, filled with lots of blood and great kills. If you are squeamish, please stay away from this movie. If not, I absolutely recommend you watch Saw 2. You won’t regret it!
Plot: With a dead body lying between them, two men wake up in the secure lair of a serial killer who’s been nicknamed “Jigsaw”. The men must follow various rules and objectives if they wish to survive and win the deadly game set for them.
Review: What’s up everyone! I know I haven’t posted in a while, but I’ve been busy with school and everything. Starting today I’m going to try to post once a week and for today I’m going to review the first Saw film. To be honest I actually never seen the Saw movies until now, kind of makes me feel like I missed out on something great. I can only imagine the hype that Saw had when it first came out and I thought it lived up to the hype. Saw is a highly enjoyable horror/thriller, but if you don’t like slow build ups you might want to skip to part 2.
The story for Saw was intriguing. The movie tries its best to get the viewers engaged and to have the viewers trying to anticipate who the Jigsaw killer might be. This story mainly focuses on two people who are trapped in Jigsaws lair with no memory of how they got there, or who the other person in the room with them could be and in order to get out alive they must play the game and follow all the rules. It’s a slow build up and we mainly focus on the description of Jigsaw, like who he is and what kind of nasty stuff he does. While we see those flashbacks, we get a look at the detectives trying to crack the case and find this psychopath. I was engaged the whole time and I actually want to play a game with all of you reading this, haha. For those of you that haven’t seen Saw yet, try to guess who the killer is. They show you him in the first 30 minutes of the film, this will absolutely keep your eyes on the screen. I figured out who it was but doubted my choice, cause I thought there could be no way. Just try to guess and remember enjoy the game!How was the acting? The acting in Saw was actually highly enjoyable. It’s actually rather surprising because most of the cast is not well known, or even known for that matter. Leigh Whannell, Cary Elwes, and Danny Glover were great in the film and really made the movie fun for the viewers. The supporting cast in Saw also did a great job with their roles and gave us great performances. I truly enjoyed the acting as a whole from this cast.
Saw did have a few good scenes when it came to horror/thrills. Like I said before, this was a slow build up movie so there weren’t really that many gory scenes until the end. Although, the gory scenes that Saw provided us with were absolutely crazy and filled with a ton of blood. If you are squeamish, then the Saw franchise is not for you, so please don’t watch the film. I do think Saw lacked kills, but everything else made up for that. Saw gave us great thrills and can really creep the viewer out.Overall I loved the movie Saw and thought it was highly entertaining. The story was intriguing and can really draw the viewers in. The twists in this movie were fantastic, so make sure you pay attention. The acting was great, Leigh Whannell, Cary Elwes, and Danny Glover really give great performances, along with the supporting cast. Saw did have great gore scenes filled with lots of blood, but I wish there were more kills. Saw did make up for it and gave us great thrills and scenes that can creep you out. I absolutely recommend you watch this movie, unless you’re squeamish, then I recommend you stay away. You won’t regret watching this film, if you can handle it!