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Saw - Unrated (Two-Disc Special Edition) [Import]

Cary Elwes , Leigh Whannell , James Wan    R (Restricted)   DVD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "Anyone Care To Play A Game?" Jan. 29 2010
By Tommy Sixx Morais TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
When Saw became a hit out of nowhere in 2004 nobody expected it to become a successful franchise with numerous sequels. After all with its cheap 1.2 million budget you wouldn't think it would be possible for Saw to be the highest grossing franchise in horror history. Saw is labeled as horror but it's much more complex than that, there's a lot of psychology involved. For instance the main character John Kramer, known as Jigsaw because he removes a puzzle piece from his victims, is labeled as a serial killer but it goes deeper than that. Jigsaw chooses his victims very carefully, he selects persons because 1) they don't appreciate life or 2) they've done something really wrong. He is testing their will to live trough his 'games' which are traps that often necessitate the victims to lose a body part or to go to extremes. You see, Jigsaw's goal is not to kill but rather to have the survivors enjoy life; it's a therapy he made. Saw puts photographer Adam and Doctor Lawrence in a disuse industrial bathroom both with their ankle chained, I the plot is now known enough that I don't need to explain what happens next.

Saw became a phenomenon and in my opinion is one the best horror movie of the 2000s decade; it gave the horror genre a boost and inspired other movies. Whatever people may think about some of the sequels, the original one remains a great film and I think it's one of the best horror movies made.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By Vader
Format:DVD
I have been a fan of horror movies for years from Scream to Friday the 13th to A Nightmare on Elm Street to Hellraiser. Saw is an original horror mopvie and there hasn't been anything like it before. Saw features two men trapped in a room with a dead body and they are forced to play a sick and twisted. The only way one can appreciate the brilliance of this movie is to watch it. I'm not one for spoiling a movie and I won't. This is one movie that you must see. It's twisted and evil and a one-of-a-kind horror movie. This movie will keep on the edge of your seat and the way some people die in this movie is taking horror to a whole new level. YOU MUST SEE THIS MOVIE. THIS IS ONE HORROR MOVIE THAT PEOPLE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT FOR YEARS!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting concept May 13 2014
By Simon Bergeron TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
A "killer" who reminds his victims of how lucky they are to be alive was an exciting enough premise. Watching the movie unfold had me giving mixed reactions. At times the movie is brilliant and other times is stupid beyond belief. I won't waste your time by enumerating every point, but suffice to say if you're looking for "Kubrick-Nolan-Hitchcock" style thrills, look away and choose another movie. This is torture porn territory where the audience almost wants the characters to cut each other up. There's nothing "wrong" with a work of fiction depicting such acts, but it seems my time is up in those fields... the movie quickly dumbs down to become a series of misunderstanding and/or bad writing... but this shouldn't keep you from watching it to make yourself an opinion out of it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not my favourite, but undeniably good. April 18 2014
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
One advantage over the sequels is the most creative setup. The bathroom set had many creative ideas and made the audience think more about the situation. As the settings went to houses and factories it was more difficult to immerse yourself in the character's situation.

One thing it lacks compared to the sequels is Tobin Bell screen time, and that's a big thing to lack for me.
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