USA, Canada
Crime, Thriller, Mystery, Horror
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Peter Spierig , Michael Spierig
Callum Keith Rennie as Detective Halloran
Shaquan Lewis as Officer Solomon
Sam Koules as Melissa
Josiah Black as Edgar Munsen
Hannah Emily Anderson as Eleanor Bonneville
Matt Passmore as Logan Nelson
Michael Boisvert as Lee James
Clé Bennett as Detective Keith Hunt
Tobin Bell as Jigsaw / John Kramer
Storyline: Bodies are turning up around the city, each having met a uniquely gruesome demise. As the investigation proceeds, evidence points to one suspect: John Kramer, the man known as Jigsaw, who has been dead for ten years.
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For me the film is pretty disappointing.
'JIGSAW': Three Stars (Out of Five)

The eighth installment in the popular slasher flick franchise, which is released seven years after the seventh chapter (which was said to be the last installment). It takes place ten years after the death of the Jigsaw killer, when a new series of brutal murders appear to be the work of the same deceased madman. It was directed by Michael and Peter Spierig (who also helmed the horror movies 'DAYBREAKERS' and 'UNDEAD'), and it was written by Josh Stolberg and Peter Goldfinger (the duo also co-wrote the slasher flicks 'PIRANHA 3D' and 'SORORITY ROW'). The film stars Matt Passmore, Callum Keith Rennie, Cle Bennett, Hannah Emily Anderson and Tobin Bell reprising the title role. I was a big fan of the first three movies in the franchise, but I was less impressed with the later sequels, and I'm even less impressed with this new one.

When new victims of a twisted game begin showing up dead, it appears that the deceased serial killer John Kramer, also known as Jigsaw (Bell), is responsible. Detectives Halloran (Rennie) and Hunt (Bennett) must find out who's really responsible, but all of the evidence keeps pointing to Jigsaw though. A doctor, named Logan Nelson (Passmore), becomes Halloran's prime suspect, but he maintains he's being framed. The whole time new captives desperately try to survive Jigsaw's psychotic game.

The movie is full of brutal violence, and complicated plot twists (like the other 'SAW' films), but none of it seems fresh or clever anymore. The whole movie just seems like something we've already seen many times before, and I really wanted to see a lot more of Jigsaw in it too. For me the film is pretty disappointing, because I was a big fan of the first three movies and I was really hoping this new installment could recapture some of that same feel. It actually turns out to be one of the weaker horror films released this year (which has been a great year for horror actually), and I really wish I didn't have to say that too. Fans of the series will probably be disappointed, if they're anything like me that is, at least.
Face it, you came to see and extended R rated episode of CSI.
An R rated extended cut version of CSI. Full of tacky/cheesy lines. All that's missing is The Who saying "YEAHHHHHHHH". Yes, it's entertaining at times, but the acting is basically comical. I'm going to assume that's just the style they wanted to take as in some respects the SAW series is almost a "cultish" film. Wait for it to be added to Netflix when you can be playing drinking games with the boys and take shots for every serious line that makes you laugh. Saturday's are for the boys.
This movie can be a hit and miss.
I love the Saw movies don't get me wrong, but this movie although it was filmed very well and even had its funny cool moments just seemed like a repeat of something that was already seen. Do not get me wrong I loved seeing the new torture devices, but to see how each of them died and it ended up with no one winning, but finding out Jigsaw saved and trained another person seemed very predictable and overrated. I think this movie would have been awesome if turned out Jigsaw did not actually die and came back with an even more serious vengeance and did not give people a chance, but killed them in his own selective way and the last one to survive had a chance to save their own life. As far as the ending for this movie I thought was predictable and repeated. This movie could have been so much better.
Boring movie
I watched all series of SAW, but this part was so boring.

I don't recommend to watch that movie in the cinema, as you will fall asleep.

I just wanted to run away in the middle of the movie, the whole concept of the movie is really bad. Nothing new.

Don't waste your time.
Don't expect much
The Saw series get a lot of hate mostly because the film changed it's psychological direction after the first 3 movies and turned it into a pure gore Carnaval, with this film I expected that it would be different given that it's been seven years since the last Saw film (Saw VII), but the changes are not that big, the film still roams around the same plot that we love, gore exists but this time it's restrained which is for the best, the style of the film is more cinematic because the directors never worked with a Saw film before so you notice the different styles of directing, but it has some good twists, I'm a hard- core Saw fan so I enjoyed it very much, I was just hoping for a mind- blowing comeback.
Better be the last one !!!
So Jigsaw the new gory horror movie is out and I said hey let's give it a try it had a great trailer with a great soundtrack and some ugly traps!!

But don't get convicted by the great trailer the movie doesn't have much too offer , it was a mess from start to the end and mostly at the end.... So yeah I won't spoil anything ill just say that the end was just pure garbage! The final sequence was one of the worst worst ending ever !!! I just don't get how dumb the last sequence was and how could a director not had a minute to make it better .... the plot twist at the end was fine but still it was ruined by that awful last sequence. The deaths weren't really good expect maybe one or two. It wasn't scary at all.... but it still had some really awesome traps! The acting was just fine for some .... so overall it pretty bad ...... just like the whole series.(expect for the first one and maybe the second one) so yeah don't watch it don't waste some money on it like I did. Watch a scary movie at home with your family you will have a better time and you'll save money !!
A cool, fun, modern entry in the Saw series.
So it has been a long time since a Saw film came out but this was certainly worth the wait. Jigsaw is not very scary but it isn't trying to be. It is a smart and fun entry that modernizes the Saw franchise. It was REALLY cool to see Tobin Bell on the big screen again, like that guy is so freakin cool! The characters range from cool to not cool, but the worst character is the one who survives! It's the person you wanted to see die the most, yet he walks out A-OKAY. These Saw movies have a knack for doing that! The gore in this movie is INCREDIBLE and features downright the BEST gore moment of the entire Saw franchise, where a guy's head is split down the middle like an apple slicer. It had me cheering, because it is not only the best gore moment in the entire Saw franchise but one of the best gory moments I've ever seen in theaters! The twist at the end sent chills down my spine, like wow I never would've guessed it and it made so much sense too. I was so happy this film was good. I would probably rank it in fourth place behind Saw 1, 2, and 3, and it ties with Saw 6. I would recommend you buy a ticket tonight!
Watchable but where are ...?

SAW movie looks good and cinematic.It absolutely watchable.

I'm a fan of SAW movies but after i watched the film , i disappointed about something.

There is only one question on my mind : Where is Hoffman, Amanda , Jigsaw's wife , Dr Gordon and Adam ? They were should be in the movie.

Seven years later ... and my rating is Seven , too...

Runs on fumes to give old 'Saw' fans a mild jolt of nostalgia.
I won't lie I was a huge fan of the 'Saw' series during it's heyday in the 00's. It became a Halloween tradition to revisit them and pick apart their secrets. The DVD's were will worn especially the first one. And so seeing 'Jigsaw' was kind of a nostalgic trip... and really it was like revisiting an old friend you've kind of outgrown. That isn't to say I didn't like it because it is essentially the same thing as the previous entries. This is really just for the people who were hardcore fans of 'Saw' nobody else is going to get anything from it mainly because it takes absolutely no risks at all. I know having a lack of ingenuity is not a new criticism for horror films but 'Saw' kept me a little more interested because of Tobin Bell and the depths of his character. That being said it should be no surprise that 'Jigsaw's lack of Tobin Bell results in it being a sub par 'Saw' film.

The thing that kept me coming back to 'Saw' year after year was Tobin Bell. The problem was they eventually killed him (and truth be told 'Saw III' was a perfect ending). In 'Saw IV' they realized you could revisit his character in flashbacks, the effect was that the series time line and chronologically became extremely convoluted. I have to give 'Saw' a little credit as they tried their damnedest to juggle these story threads and try to make some sense of the whole thing as new killers and accomplices were added to Jigsaw's master plans. It sort of worked but in keeping with having this slim sense of semi-credible storytelling Bell's John Kramer was reduced to less and less screen time as the series fizzled out to it's finish. 'Jigsaw's greatest challenge and storytelling conceit is to how they bring back Bell. Leave it to them they do it and it sort of works in a cool way with the 'Saw' tradition of playing with chronological storytelling. Honestly though it probably would have been easier to remake or reboot 'Saw'. I don't see how 'Jigsaw' can bring back the series because an already complicated narrative will become impossible to follow by the seeds planted here.

That's really all there is to say. No other character is going to be as interesting as Bell's John Kramer. The movie can be a chore when he is not on screen(and really his presence is nothing but an extended cameo). Fans of 'Saw's gore and macabre traps and settings are going to be very disappointed in 'Jigsaw'. It is far too clean and sterile looking a movie. Also although not a criticism 'Jigsaw' is very mild, Bryan Fuller's 'Hannibal' had far more explicit gore on network television.

It doesn't really work well but I must admit I did get a wave of horror nostalgia when John Kramer came back. It's a totally unnecessary film but it was worth a cheap Halloween matinée.
Missing Some Pieces
I gave it a 5 out of 10 and I'll tell you why. This review will be simple. I am a huge SAW fan and I've been waiting 7 years for SAW 8 aka Jigsaw to get answers to questions in SAW 7, did we get any answers no we didn't. I gave this film a 5 because it has Tobin Bell in it and that's really the main draw to the film for me because I love Tobin. The film itself was okay but it could have been better. Of course I can't stay anything about the film because that would be giving stuff away so if you are a SAW fan like me don't expect to get any answers to your questions about SAW 7 because you won't get them with Jigsaw.
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