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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: Jan. 25 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004FPZ3IU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,711 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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All gross things must come to an end--even the Saw franchise, which reaches its terminal point with this seventh feature (its first released in 3D in theaters). "Franchise" actually isn't the proper term for the grisly series; each new film might be best described as the latest model, like a car or a DVD player, since the mechanics of the infernal machines created and unleashed by the morally driven Jigsaw and his henchman, Matt Hoffman (Costas Mandylor), are the real selling points, not the plot or acting or direction. Suffice it to say that the story here is somewhat novel--B-movie vet Sean Patrick Flanery is a self-help guru whose fame has hinged on the notion that he survived Jigsaw's deadly traps. The claim is a lie, of course, and Flanery soon finds himself in Hoffman's clutches, attempting to rescue his wife (Gina Holden) while all manner of accomplices die in hideous ways. As the Saw universe goes, Saw 3D is still relentlessly ghoulish and Sadean to a fault, but since the characters still refuse to operate like real human beings, it's difficult to feel anything about their gruesome passing. What the film does have going for it is a cameo from Cary Elwes's Dr. Gordon, who famously survived the first film, as well as the de rigueur flashback with Tobin Bell as Jigsaw, who brings malevolent energy that the rest of the film sorely lacks. As for the traps, their fans will be undoubtedly pleased by the latest array, of which there are 11, the most ever featured in one Saw film, and in particular by the opening worktable contraption, and by a device involving several cars, levers, and some very sticky glue. --Paul Gaita

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Byrne on April 18 2014
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Not my favourite Saw movie, and there are always things that I would have done differently, but it's done pretty well.

As of now, April 2014, a Saw 8 is apparently being developed. If it weren't this would be a pretty good conclusion, but hey if there's anything this team has shown since Saw 2, it's that the ideas will come. As usual for me, the detective side of the story is more interesting than the traps, and more in this one as the traps aren't as effective to me.
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What a terrible end to a really fun franchise. Bad acting and really low budget looking. Avoid it unless you MUST complete your series.
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By MARK FAGON on Oct. 21 2014
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Good close but there definitely will be another.
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37 of 44 people found the following review helpful
There Will Be Pink Blood Oct. 30 2010
By Monkdude - Published on
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.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
OK Im disapointed with this DVD May 19 2011
By janets man - Published on
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.
12 of 17 people found the following review helpful
"The Finale, and A Good One" Oct. 31 2010
By Terrance Richard - Published on
Format: DVD
After a disappointing performance at the box office with "Saw 6" in 2009, the producers wisely decided that the seventh installment in the "Saw" franchise would be its last. People simply expressed a disinterest in the "Saw" series of films after the sixth. This is nothing new in the horror genre; many other scary films like "Halloween" and "Friday the 13th" suffered from the same fate as "Saw": overexposure of a great product at the box office.

The studio wondered how to bring the audience back for the final installent of "Saw 7" and the decision was made to make it in 3D. Also, it was announced heavily in the press that this 3D version would be the finale. Obviously both ideas worked wonderfully as "Saw 3D" became the #1 movie at North American cinemas Halloween weekend 2010 raking in an impressive $24,200,000. This made more than $10,000,000 than "Saw 6".

The story is pretty much the same as other installments in the "Saw" series; people are kidnapped by the maniacal Jigsaw and are put into torture chambers to realize how lucky they were with their lives. The propose reason for killing these victims is due to the fact they took their lives for granted. Not for those who have a weakness for gore, "Saw 3D" is exciting, involving, well-acted, and a thrill-ride. If you enjoyed the other "Saw" films "Saw 3D" will satisfy your thirst!

Cary Elwes who played a doctor in the original reprises his role in this outing, so his perfromance is a good bookmark for the franchise.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Game is Over... Well played Jigsaw, well played. July 19 2014
By Martha - Published on
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Never has such a game been played...

Well, this movie is the FINAL one in the Saw Series.

I will give NO spoilers to you. WATCH THE MOVIE YOURSELF.

If you've come this far in the Saw series, the ending will be that much sweeter.

Besides, you have a lesson to learn after all you've witnessed at the hands of Jigsaw.

Play the game... watch the final Saw. Be amazed at the genius behind the plot that finally comes to a close.

You will NOT be sorry.

I will miss the yearly Saw movie... the games might be over... but the memory will ALWAYS remain.

What a ride it has been. Saw, Saw 2, Saw 3, Saw 4, Saw 5, Saw 6, and Saw The Final Chapter.

We've taken quite a ride with the man they call Jigsaw.

In the end, the journey was worth it.

I have never experienced such a cleaver plot that wrapped all the movies into one package.

To understand all, you have to see all... then you will know all.

What amazes me through the entire series is that Jigsaw had this ALL planned out from the beginning.

He left nothing undone. No stone unturned. No person without their redemption. Everyone played the game.

Not everyone won their game. Some lost badly. Others got a healthy dose of reality and learned to appreciate life.

Live or die.

It was their choice.

And chose they did.

In the end, Jigsaw himself shed NO blood.
He hurt no one.
No one died by his hands.
They died by their own choices.
All Jigsaw did was helped them.
In the end, Jigsaw got what he wanted.
They'd make a choice.
They'd learn a lesson one way, or another.

And after 7 movies of this...

THE "BAD GUY" won... so to speak.

But what DID Jigsaw win?
He died back in movie 3.
What could he possibly have WON from all the games that continued after he was dead?

Perhaps it was the satisfaction in knowing even though he was gonna die one way or the other (from his disease or from the hands of someone be it a cop or someone else seeking revenge for the lessons he was teaching them)... all this would one day come to a close and that the lesson would be learned, everyone will have gotten "educated" and made their ultimate choices (with their fate being in their own hands), and that even though he wouldn't be there to SEE the ending ... perhaps just KNOWING the genius of it all made John Kramer aka Jigsaw happy/satisfied.

In my book, Jigsaw is one of the smartest horror movie "villains" of all time. Setting up a game that lasted THAT long... that had EVERYONE he could have possibly thought to need a "REALITY CHECK" in it and for it to play out EXACTLY as he predicted down to that final moment... that is what makes the Saw series work on SO many levels. Add in all those beautifully constructed and interesting TRAPS... and you have one of the BEST MOVIE SERIES in HORROR GENRE EVER.

Thank you to all the actors who starred in this wonderful series.

Thank you to everyone who made this series possible.

Thank you to those who wrote and came up with EVERY detail in each movie to make it SO perfectly laid out.

and finally...

THANK YOU JIGSAW for never letting it get dull one moment over the course of seven movies, for keeping it SMART, and for having so much fun playing a game.

And what a game it was.
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Trap heavy, but a weak conclusion to a seven year franchise Oct. 30 2010
By C. Sawin - Published on
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? Even a crazy person who witnessed someone putting a bunch of cats in a bag would think that was lame. Later on in the film when Gibson is talking to Jill, he literally says the word, "crazy," about every other word. This isn't the exact dialogue, but it went something like, "I knew you were crazy the moment I set my eyes on you, you crazy woman. You're crazy. Crazy. I knew you were crazy." So hey, did you hear? Gibson thinks Jill is crazy. It was just very redundant, but many would use that word to describe the Saw films anyway.

The biggest issue of the whole film is the lack of John Kramer. He literally has like two flashback scenes and an intro video. That's it. Sure, the man died four films ago and he's been surviving on flashbacks and memories ever since, but Tobin Bell doesn't deserve top billing if he's only in the film for five minutes. The highlights of the film mostly lie in the short amount of screen time Dr. Gordon gets. Cary Elwes' return to Saw was probably the biggest drawing point of the film. The problem is that when you bring a character back from a previous film, especially in the Saw films, you can probably guess what that person was brought back for. So the predictability was a bit of a letdown.

The ending itself actually made it feel like Saw 3D was a return to form or at least an attempt to get back to its roots, which sounds pretty good on paper but isn't once you see it on-screen. Unless Saw 8 actually winds up happening and continues on with mostly new characters, then the whole thing feels like nothing more than a huge tease.

Saw 3D is not a satisfying conclusion to a horror franchise that has run the past seven years as it leaves too many unanswered questions to gratify hardcore fans, but is still fairly entertaining thanks to its endless amount of traps and return of Dr. Gordon. The film does seem to wrap up everything for the John Kramer character, but makes you wonder if the series is really done or if it was left open ended on purpose in case it does well at the box office for the seventh year in a row. At the end of the day, Saw 3D may be considered a pointless sequel that will either leave fans wanting a more definitive conclusion or wishing it never happened.