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  • Actors: Tobin Bell, Shawnee Smith, Angus Macfadyen, Bahar Soomekh, Donnie Wahlberg
  • Directors: Darren Lynn Bousman
  • Writers: Leigh Whannell, James Wan
  • Producers: Daniel J. Heffner, Greg Copeland, Gregg Hoffman, James Wan, Jason Constantine
  • Format: NTSC
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Run Time: 108 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000K98FE4

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If you’ve been following the devilish puzzles of the dastardly Jigsaw in the Saw series thus far, then you’ll know what to expect from this formulaic, yet agreeable third entry in the burgeoning franchise. Once again, we’re introduced to characters who initially appear to be random victims, who find themselves caught in ingenious, deadly traps. And once more, again, those traps come with difficult choices: death lies on one side, a fair bucketload of gore on the other.

This time though, Jigsaw lies on his deathbed, and his game involves a surgeon whose own life depends on keeping him alive. Naturally, there are a few added twists mixed in too, and while you’ll find no spoilers here, it’ll hardly be a revelation to declare that Saw III is reluctant to stray away from its familiar ground. This does have a significant downside, though. The original Saw had moments that were genuinely clever, that offset those other moments that were best squinted at behind your fingers. Saw III, though, reverses the balance, depending far more on schlock than it does clever plotting. It still works, and it works hard to tie itself into the previous two films, but the end result is still a diluted version of the first film.

With that in mind, Saw III is a worthwhile rental, and fans of both the series and genre are going to find moments to enjoy. But those looking for a repeat of the original’s ingenuity won’t be so keen, although it does leave enough promise to ensure that the already-announced Saw IV will be worth keeping an eye out for.--Simon Brew

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jake Cochrane on 23 Oct. 2007
Format: DVD
"Saw III" is the grizzliest thriller since "Hellraiser." It offers a lot: tension, gore, suspense, fantastic cinematography, and a fitting soundtrack. Fans of the previous "Saw" movies will surely not be disapointed.

I think the third installment of "Saw" certainly strikes out as the most gory. It is not a "scary" movie, but it is certainly a "gory" movie. Normally, I rebel against movies like these (gore-filled bloodbaths), but I think "Saw" offers a much more deeper and meaningful story then, say "Hostel Part II".

The Jigsaw Killer is on his death bed. Him and his apprentice, Amanda, must play the final game before he reaches death. The story leads on from "Saw II", so I think viewers of "Saw III" should watch the second movie first (unless you're going to see it plainly for the gore). He has recaptured Jeff (Angus Macfadyen) and has a brutal test ahead of him in order to save his young daughter's life, and her sanity.

The Traps in "Saw III" are fairly stomach-churning (one of them certainly stands out), much more than the previous "Saw" movies. I know a lot of movie-viewers may want to know about the Traps before they view the movie, but for that, I would recommend the IMDB. I would not recommend this for the light-hearted. It is a full-on gore-fest.

For those who enjoy horror movies, I would recommend "Saw III" and any of the other "Saw" movies. The suspense is brilliant, and there is much more of Jigsaw's well-loved Puppet killer. Fans may also like to know that "Saw IV" is now finished, and that the creators have now pronounced a "Saw V" and "Saw VI". Oh, will the games ever end?
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By madaboutmovies on 20 Jun. 2007
Format: DVD
First: awsome.

Seccond: very good.

Third: well, it's debatable.

The shocks are in need of origionality, along with the direction, acting, story, dialogue etc. Saw 3 has only gained its popularity by being able to shock... and nothing else; if you're the kind of person who only looks for this in a film, then this is deffinately for you. People looking for a great, thought provoking, origional and scary horror like the previous ones might aswell leave this well alone.

Good, but deffinately not great.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Love Halloween! on 1 Dec. 2007
Format: DVD
The gore content was vast! There were squirms in every aisle! It promised there would be blood and delivered in grand style!
Jigsaw is dying, that much we knew, but what we didn't know is that he is literally at deaths door. His apprentice, Amanda, kidnaps a doctor to aide him, shes not ready yet to have him die.
Its all a game, hes testing everyone even as his brain swells and threatens to kill him. There is one chap, hes being groomed to follow in Jigsaws footsteps, his trials go on behind the scenes as he faces various fears from his past. Amanda is unknowingly being tested as Jigsaw gets quiet close to the doctor. The doctor herself is being tested, her very life hangs in the balance and her compliance isn't an option.
The traps are very different from the earlier Saw movies, it seems that escape from the traps won't come at any price...

Its good fun. Not for the feint hearted at all. The last time people were affected on the level was in the 'Exorcist' era.
Truly awesome film that has massive visual impact.
Horror fans will love it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Christian Krabbe on 21 May 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The movie is, in itself OK, but there are too many layers of subplots. You never get the big picture (beyond that Jiggsaw's calling the shots), no good and clear introduction of the "players". I am curious, people said it was SO gross they literally spewed, I'd like to know exactly at what time index this occured, I were nowhere near puking. The closest I came was motionsickness due to the editing, lighting and confusing plot. Maybe if the movie hadf been 40 minutes longer and more thorough in it's presentation of the characters, I could give it four stars, but as it is, I feel pretty generous with the three I gave it.

I can only hope the next Saw movie changes my mind (it should be something of a continuation of this movie). When all is said and done, I can recommend you watch this, if you are a die hard fan of the series like I am. I can only hope you will find it better than I did... and yes nothing can get in the way of me buying the fourth.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Gadget VINE VOICE on 8 Oct. 2013
Format: Blu-ray
By 2006 the now-passe torture porn sub-genre was in full swing. The producers of Saw were enjoying the profits made from cheaply and easily grossing-out morbid audiences with icky gore and people screaming. It's not clever, and it's not even remotely classy.

Clocking in at just under two hours, this is the longest of the Saw series, but the constant flashbacks that bloat that running time are already becoming very tiresome and gives the movie the feel of a TV show. Chopping the heavy plot into vignettes is not very theatrical or interesting.

With Jigsaw still at large and Donnie Wahlberg's angry cop now missing the cops begin to suspect that Jiggy has an accomplice. This is all forgotten about by the five-minute mark as the movie then sidetracks into a story about a man who has lost his son in a car accident and wishes for retribution. Jiggy arranges for the retribution to happen, but advises him to save the people responsible from gruesome death instead of letting them die.

Jiggy's judgement and justification is already becoming dubious and morally suspect by this point. I half expect him to start kidnapping and setting-up people for watching too much Nickelodeon or flying too many kites. The morality should go both ways. If Jiggy is subjecting so many people to unbearable agony then he should have experience and knowledge of much, much more than simply dying of cancer and surviving a car crash. Who does he think he is? Ultimately, he's just as bad as the people he is judging.

The story is worthy of a higher score, but as usual it is bogged down by horrendous editing, cheap photography filled with fake filters, a loud sound design filled with nonsensical effects, and characters who do not think logically.
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