Saw: The Final Chapter 2010 NR CC

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As a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw's brutal legacy, a group of Jigsaw survivors gathers to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, a man whose own dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror...

Starring:
Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor
Runtime:
1 hour, 31 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Mystery, Horror
Director Kevin Greutert
Starring Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor
Supporting actors Betsy Russell, Cary Elwes, Sean Patrick Flanery, Chad Donella, Gina Holden, Laurence Anthony, Dean Armstrong, Naomi Snieckus, Rebecca Marshall, James Van Patten, Sebastian Pigott, Jon Cor, Anne Lee Greene, Chester Bennington, Dru Viergever, Gabby West, Benjamin Clost, Kevin McGarry
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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36 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Monkdude on October 30, 2010
Format: Blu-ray
I'll keep this review simple, since it is after all the seventh film in the SAW series. Since 2004, I've made the trek to my local theater to see what Jigsaw had in store, but it's become more of a chore with each passing year. The first three movies were the best, but these last two are worthy sequels. I didn't care much for IV or V. The acting this time around is okay and story doesn't lag too much, but I have to say that the traps and gore level is probably the highest of all the films. If only the blood didn't look so cheap, with a noticeable pinkish hue, I think I would have had a harder time not turning away from the carnage. There are a couple of twists that I won't spoil, but the major one was predicted more than a few movies ago by most SAW fans. Still, it is pretty neat and will hopefully wrap up these movies for good.

The 3-D wasn't really needed, but it did have a couple of body parts flying through the air moments to shine.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By janets man on May 19, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Let me talk about the product before I talk about the movie itself. Im a HUGE fan of "Behind the scenes" & "The Making of" and "Behind the traps" which ALL of the previous Saw films had, all 6. This one had NONE, granted I did enjoy the Deleted scenes on this and I like that it has 2 commentaries but they totally dropped the ball on the behind the scenes stuff.

Now for the movie itself. IM A HUGE fan of the Saw franchise. That being said, I think this was rushed. The writing, and I can tell. This is "supposedly" the final chapter, but theres so many lose ends and so many unnecessary things. I enjoyed the splatters and all the traps very much, but idk, it didnt feel right. Maybe it was because Torbin Bell was hardly in it. And this film confirms what I've been saying since I saw part 5, the biggest mistake they made in this Franchise is killing Jigsaw off in the 3rd film, they should've kept him alive in a few more. 6 Was a much better story and film and twist than this movie

That being said I hope theres a part 8, in fact, no I HIGHLY doubt that there wont be a part 8, its like they left so many things open, and so many little things that they didnt normally do...there almost has to be a part 8. And if there is a part 8, mark my word, it'll be out after 2011 which will give the writers more than enough time to come up with a amazing movie, one that is worthy to be their last one. BUT at the same time if there is a part 8, theres a very good chance it wont be the last one, especially if the box office performance is great. Wheather its next year, the next 5 yrs, or (in Screams case) the next 15 years, I know there will be a Saw 8 and it will kick Saw 7's butt.

So I give the DVD 3 stars & I give the movie 4 stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Gadget on February 4, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Does Saw go out with a bang or a whimper? Actually it goes out with a groan and a snore. Instead of dedicating it's over-edited and slight running time (90 minutes, with a fade-out at the 85-minute mark) to wrapping-up all of the plot strings left hanging from previous movies this seventh film instead shoehorns in YET ANOTHER bunch of hopeless morons who cannot stop and use common sense for just two moments to get themselves out of series of grisly traps. It falls very far below the social commentary of Saw VI and it all feels like arbitrary filler.

With Hoffman now on the rampage and after Jill a new detective on the case (about the 40 millionth cop featured in the series) shelters her from his wrath while another game plays out in an abandoned asylum. Why on Earth Hoffman would still honor Jigsaw's wishes after he marked him for death at the end of the previous movie is obviously not something you're supposed to think about.

Liar Bobby Dagen is the schlub who has to fight his way through the latest traps as punishment for telling porkies about being a Jigsaw survivor. The cassettes say that Bobby has been publicizing these lies for "years", which does not fit in with the chronology.

This plot was completely unnecessary. There's no twist at the end either, all Saw 3D does is confirm what everybody had been suspecting since the end of the first movie - Doctor Gordon IS alive (and apparently still practicing medicine) and is in cahoots with Jigsaw. So...did he return to his family or not? Why is he considered "disappeared" in the other movies? Looking for answers? You're not going to find them here. Jigsaw's narration also claims that Gordon has been helping him for "years".
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C. Sawin VINE VOICE on October 30, 2010
Format: DVD
None of the Saw films have been able to capture the same atmosphere or effectiveness of the original film. The sequels weren't able to screw with your head or have a twist that was quite as big as the one in the 2004 film. Most of the sequels had a budget of around $10 million, but went on to gross over $50 million at the box office. It's no wonder that Jigsaw is the new face of horror and the Saw films are being called the modern version of Friday the 13th since the sequels hit every year around Halloween like clockwork. So now, here we are, the "final" installment in the franchise and it's being presented in 3-D. Unfortunately, Saw 3D leaves a lot to be desired.

The film honestly felt like it was just trap after trap after trap until we reached the finale. The traps were bigger and sure, they looked pretty great in 3-D, but they were happening to new characters; characters we didn't know or care about. It seemed like they tried to cram as many traps they could into an hour and a half to capitalize on the 3-D trend. On one hand, that isn't all bad. If you're a fan of the series, you'll probably still enjoy the countless amount of traps (seriously, you won't be able to remember all of them after it ends). If the film was just another Saw sequel, these bigger traps and new characters would be fine. But this is labeled as the last film of the franchise and other than what's revealed in the final minutes of the film, nothing is answered or unanswered that wasn't revealed in Saw VI.

The script seemed pretty horrid at times. Coincidentally, both examples are from the Detective Gibson character. So maybe just his dialogue was written terribly. At one point, Gibson calls Jill, "crazier than a sack full of cats." Who says that?
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