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Plot: Jigsaw and his apprentice Amanda are dead. Now, upon the news of Detective Kerry's murder, two seasoned FBI profilers, Agent Strahm and Agent Perez, arrive in the terrified community to assist the veteran Detective Hoffman in sifting through Jigsaw's latest grisly remains and piecing together the puzzle. However, when SWAT Commander Rigg is abducted and thrust into a game, the last officer untouched by Jigsaw has but ninety minutes to overcome a series of demented traps and save an old friend or face the deadly consequences. Runtime: 93 mins Release Date: 31 Dec 2006
Jigsaw returns .. better than ever !!! (by bargainsaustralia)
Jigsaw returns to his games but as we know from Saw 3, he is dead. The opening of the movie starts with the autopsy of Jigsaw. But later they find that even that he's dead, he has planned more twists for then and his work hasn't ended.The main idea of the sequel is uncovering the true reasons why jigsaw became the man he is today. Many of the characters from Saw 2 and 3 and present in the 4th sequel which they used to build on the story and i can admit that there is a lot of suspense and mystery in this sequel.It is hard to predict what is gonna happen in the next scene but again this <more>
is what made the SAW series one of the best psychological thrillers ever made.I was disappointed by the ending, unlike the other 3 parts of saw, the element of suspense died in the last 10 minutes of the movie and i think this is where the movie will loose a lot of its rating power.However, this a movie that will be nice to watch more than one time .. i know i will and i do recommend watching this movie at home.One lesson can be learned from this sequel and that is Patience ... after u watch it you will know what i mean
Just got back from watching the advanced screening tonight, and it was the best of the series easily.Some may see the twist as pretty obvious but I found it really well done.Ice + Head BOOM.Rigg acted really well and it seemed to just flow perfectly. + Points for gore, as this had it coming in bundles.Most of my cinema was cheering as the Ice head scene happened, one of the most goriest and awesome things I have seen on a film.Cant wait to see the unrated version as it got toned down a bit here, even the autopsy scene was different to the one found on YouTube etc.GO SEE IT, BEST OF THE <more>
This was another great movie I loved Saw IV it was perfect. I haven't seen a great horror film in a long time and this movie did it for me. It was a very disturbing movie but thats what Saw is suppose to be. I felt the film-making was incredible with this film, the editing was masterful and the effects were ingenious. I thought this film was close if not better than saw three. It definitely was much better than Halloween....i feel this film will go down as a great horror classic...i will definitely be first to buy this film when it comes out on DVD I may even go see it again thats how <more>
great i feel this film is...wonderful job on the film i am very pleased.
Riveting and mind-boggling: after three sequels, the SAW franchise sky-rockets (by SteakSalad_101)
Who would've thought that a slasher horror film franchise, after three sequels, could STILL be one of the best things Hollywood has to boast today? Not I, that's for sure. The intricate, original, crowd pleasing, absolutely shocking, riveting, suspenseful "Saw" wowed audiences in 2004 and a very solid sequel did the same in 2005.I still remember seeing Saw and Saw II for the first time and realizing how amazing they were. Yet, I was unhappy with Saw III along with many others for reasons being: it focused more on violence than plot, there was no twist, and the ending was <more>
very unsatisfying.I know for a fact I wasn't the only person who thought the "Saw" franchise was officially over, judging by the very disappointing third film...yet, I still possessed a strange love for these films and couldn't wait to see the fourth when it hit theaters. I wasn't expecting a masterpiece at all...but I got one."Saw IV" is not the average horror flick. If you're a Saw fan that likes the series for its blood and guts, you're going to despise it. If you're not willing to completely concentrate on the film's every little detail, you're going to despise it. If you feel like just kicking back, watching a nice gory horror film, and not spending a night analyzing the film, racking your brain until you drive yourself insane, you're going to despise this film. Quite honestly, that's why so many people hate this film: because they were expecting something completely different. Make no mistake--the Saw franchise as we know it is now going in a completely different direction.Here's where the line's drawn between Saw IV and it's predecessors. With the deaths of two main characters in Saw III, you can't possibly think of how Saw IV could really be close to a decent film. Instead of a basic storyline of traps, unlucky individuals who don't appreciate their lives, and suspenseful jump scenes, Saw IV delivers a completely different premise: it's darker, edgier, scarier, more complex, more intricately designed, and more controversial than its predecessors. In some ways, the most horrifying thing about the film is instead of watching people being tested on screen--YOU, as a viewer, are tested--challenged to see what Jigsaw sees, feel what Jigsaw feels...judge how Jigsaw judges. The traps aren't there to entertain, or to make you recoil in disgust...they're there to make you THINK.Even if you don't want to, or don't feel like it, Saw IV will whisk you away into a land of nightmare where you're forced to make the choices to what happens to the individuals on screen--you're the one in control. By the end of the movie, you'll be so shaken up you won't be able to move. For me, this one "Saw IV" HUGE points because it's actually scary, unlike II and III! It's not a body-count movie--it's a riveting, mind-boggling psychological thriller in the sense of the first film. The film feels like it balances a huge amount of plot and story and a huge amount of gore and ends up taking the cake. The film is exceptionally, brutally violent even more so than Saw III and some scenes are very, very disturbing--not because they are violent, but because stuff so horrifying is happening you just want to vomit your brains out. Saw IV is NOT for the faint of heart and there is some very disturbing sexual violence in one scene and another massively disturbing scene where five people in my theater got up and left...and this scene has haunted me since I came out of my theater.Though horror veterans James Wan and Leigh Whannell, the original creators of Saw, did not write Saw IV--it almost seems better. Darren Lynn Bousman's exquisite directing incorporates a dire sense of urgency throughout the whole film, making it feel like you're watching a "24" episode.I will warn you now the ending will confuse the hell out of you, which apparently is another reason for people to completely, wrongly condemn this film. Me and my friends spent a good two hours discussing the film afterwards and it made much more sense to us. Be prepared to watch this film with an open mind and be ready for some serious post-viewing discussion afterwards. The ending is very much like that of "The Prestige," and you may have a desire to watch "Saw IV" again the minute it ends.If you're a Saw fan that was disappointed with the lack of psychological horror in Saw II and Saw III---fear not. Saw IV has what you're looking for and will take you to hell and back...but hold onto your dinner. I have no idea how this film made it past the MPAA without an NC-17 rating. Along with your dinner, try to hold onto your sanity while watching the film...good luck with that.Enjoy which, is in my opinion, one of the best treats of the 2007 movie season.
"Saw IV" injects new blood into the series... A fantastic and fiendish fourth chapter! (by MaximumMadness)
Like many fans, I was crest-fallen by the ending of last year's "Saw III." I assumed that with basically every main character dead, there would be no way of continuing the series.I was wrong."Saw IV", from director Darren Lynn Bousman "Saw II" and "III" , and writers Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan and Thomas Fenton taking over for series veteran Leigh Whannell delivers a story that is thrilling, poignant and disturbing, taking the series in a slightly different direction in terms of tone and style, while at the same time retaining the mood that <more>
made the first three films unique.It is honestly very hard to summarize the story without revealing the many twists and turns, but here I go: Jigsaw and Amanda are dead. However, during the autopsy of Jigsaw's body, an audio tape is discovered in his stomach. Detective Hoffman who you may remember from a brief cameo in "Saw III" hears the tape, that warns Jigsaw's games will continue...At the same time, SWAT leader Rigg of "Saw II" and "III" has become a shell of a man. Everyone he works with and treasures as friends have been killed. He is becoming reckless... burnt out and hollow.However, something sinister is about to happen... and Rigg will have to play a part in a fiendish new game orchestrated by Jigsaw, who despite being dead, is still the master puppeteer of morals and torture.That is the basic plot line in a nutshell. However, don't be fooled. Though he is dead, Jigsaw is still very much an important part of the story. We get numerous flashbacks of him before his transformation into the brilliant madman we know from previous films, and see exactly what events triggered his desire to turn... If you think his only problem was the cancer inside, think again... There is much more to be discovered about John Kramer... And I think there is still more to the character to explore in future films...There are also other new characters, including Jigsaw's ex, and a pair of FBI agents, who complicate the movie in a good way , by creating numerous intersecting sub-plots.But onto the real fun of the series... The traps. I, personally, loved every trap in this film. We get to witness Jigsaw's first effort which I can only say is painful in many different ways , and we get new, disturbing and complicated set-ups... While the film might not have the "ouch" factor that past traps paticularly "The Rack" from "III" might have had, they are certainly gory and zany enough to keep everyone entertained and revolted at the same time. In fact, I would say the audience I saw the film with a sold-out theater at 10:25 opening night had the best reactions I have ever seen with a film. Bravo to the filmmakers! There were really very few down-points in the film, for me. I ate-up everything that I saw, and loved just about every second of it! Also, the numerous twists and turns throughout kept me reeling. And for once, I can honestly say I did not see the series staple twist ending coming... A real shocker!And while I did miss some of the characters from previous installments I wish Shawnee Smith's Amanda could have gotten more screen time , the new characters have so much promise and potential, I can forgive any complaints I might have.Here's to "Saw IV"... A frenzied and freakish sequel that has only fueled my hunger for future installments! 9 out of 10!
Turns down the gore and up the drama (by daveh182)
Now you might think that from my title I'm going to slate Saw 4, well I'm not.Like most I'm an avid fan of the series and when Halloween rolls around I'm always wondering will it be good how you keep a genre like Horror fresh.Well they done it again while don't get me wrong there is a lot of gore in there its seems a lot more toned down and more apportite for the film instead of just torture torture torture, which I feel really helps the film develop into its own skin.The story line focuses more on jigsaw's back story this time round and how he became to who he was at <more>
the end of Saw 3, this allowment of character development I feel is vital to the story as we have always wanted to know more about the man behind the machine.The story also focuses on Rigg and his story into the sick world of Saw, this film picks up where Saw 3 left off so its the same thing that Jeff went through he has to try help other people decide their own fate.The ending is a good one but obviously never as good as the first one its safe to say I doubt they will ever be able to recapture what they had to begin with.My advice for anyone still waiting to watch this film is keep an open mind about it and never set expectations too high because this is a good film and you should really give it a try before dismissing it.
It surpassed my expectations...Saw reigns again for the fourth year in a row. (by The_Amazing_Spy_Rises)
As a die hard Saw fan, Saw IV was one of my top must sees of 2007. Fortunately, I didn't get my hopes up, and therefore I wasn't disappointed. The movie has its fair share of flaws, don't get me wrong. However, the movie made this Saw fan happy because it maintained the spirit of the series. The movie's biggest flaw is that it is by far the most unrealistic of the series and relies too much on chance within the story. Too many events are contingent on others, which makes Jigsaw look almost clairvoyant. However, I was able to look past this and enjoy the fourth Saw film.Jigsaw <more>
Tobin Bell is dead. Though he is gone, he vows that his work will continue. And it appears he is true to his word, for SWAT Lt. Rigg from Saw 2 & 3 is the latest member of the police force to be thrust into one of Jigsaw's deadly games. Meanwhile, Detective Hoffman Costas Mandylor is joined by a pair of FBI agents to help stop the Jigsaw killer once and for all...They'll start by looking into his past, beginning with his ex wife, Jill.The acting is pretty good. Costas Mandylor, Tobin Bell, and Scott Patterson are the standouts. Bell brings so much more to the character this time around through flashbacks as we learn more about John Kramer. Showing that he has created one of the most memorable characters of recent memory, Bell makes us almost sympathize with him, despite the acts he has committed. Mandylor is really good as Detective Hoffman, even though he has limited screen time and dialog. I liked Patterson a lot because of the toughness and reality he brought to the character. Agent Strahm is a good character and definitely one of my favorites in the series. One big surprise was Lyric Bent as Rigg. He definitely showed a lot of range in this movie. He has a future.The plot is probably the most complex, as there can be as many as 3 different subplots going on at the same time, all while the audience has questions from the first 3 movies answered. The ending also leaves a little to be desired, as it is the least impacting twist of the series and most obvious . However, I really enjoyed the traps, which were definitely a step up from Saw 3. The random gore was kept to a minimum, but the beginning is absolutely horrifyingly gory. It also felt rushed, which means I can't wait to see the unrated DVD. Hopefully it'll have more extra footage than the others. Saw 4 has the weakest script of the series, but it's still better than I expected. At this point, it appears as if Darren Bousman is going through the motions, and that's what keeps the series spirit alive. As long as Bousman, Wan, or Whannell continue to be involved, the spirit should live on. I also have to give props to the editor for the smooth and catchy transitions, not to mention the production design is top notch. That and the lighting provide at least some horror realism, as the plot does border on absurd at times. The sound is better than ever, with the classic 'Hello, Zepp' tune that has become one of the most recognizable tracks in movie history making its dramatic appearance in the climax of the film. The ending also leaves us wanting more, so I'm expecting Saw 5 next Halloween.8/10 --spy
Just got back from the UK opening night. Absolutely brilliant but incredibly complicated and confusing. The film is so complex that we're only just unfolding it an hour or so after getting home. I understand that Saw IV runs at the same time as Saw III but I'm still confused as to why Agent Strahm ends up being locked in the room from III with John when John had already been autopsied and had the tape extracted from his stomach? The film goes back and forth to John's early days to get an understanding of what made him what he is but this unsequential time line adds to its <more>
complexity.Go and see this great installation in the series, but I promise, you'll need to revisit the cinema to watch it again.
It took only one viewing and hours and hours of discussion to finally get this movie. It was amazing. The writing fits perfectly into the series and the acting is definitely better than the first two. Some questions get solved like the meaning behind the doll and the pigs and the other accomplice helping Jigsaw, as well as the fate of Eric Mathews and how John turned into the Jigsaw Killer...but it leaves the viewer asking more questions than it answers. I counted at least 15 questions left up for the writers to solve and that's with a single viewing...Let me just say this once...every <more>
synopsis, every critic, every website says blatantly "Jigsaw and his apprentice are dead....yet people who watch this are confused about it....they are dead...dead, dead, dead...yes this movie has tons of twists and turns, probably as much as the first 3 had put together...but I love the fact that these guys came up with such a complex movie in the midst of some horrible movies in the genre...watch it more than once, PLEASE watch the first 3 before seeing this one, and it will make much more sense to you. It's not perfect by any means, maybe the final one where everything raps up will get a 10/10 by me, but this one starts and holds you until the very last scene...then leaves you hanging excited for next Halloween...after all 6 or 7 come out i doubt that anyone will ever be like "Oh hey wanna watch Saw 4?" but thats because it wasn't made to be a stand alone movie...it was made to be a bridge between the originals, and its new direction...and in that sense it works just fine...