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Plot: When detective Eric Matthews is called to a crime scene of a victim of Jigsaw, he finds a lead to the place where he is hidden. Once there, he realizes that Jigsaw trapped his son Daniel Matthews with three women and four men in a shelter, and they are inhaling a lethal nerve gas. If they do not use an antidote within two hours, they will die. Eric follows with increasing desperation the death of each member of the group in monitors, while trying to convince Jigsaw to release his son. Runtime: 93 mins Release Date: 27 Oct 2005
One of the best movies I have seen in a long time. (by stealthskr17)
The first Saw really through me through some spins and caught me off guard for originality, Saw 2 is leagues above the first. Saw 2 runs with the same game based theme as the first, with clues for both the characters and the audience about what might happen next, but it takes the game to a completely different level. Just when things start to come together there is another twist to leave the viewer on the edge of their seat for what may come next. Without seeming to give everything away the movie was made to give it all away, but no one can catch all the clues because they have been pulled so <more>
Why is it that so many critics, movie-goers and film patrons see such bold and unique forms of film as nothing but bloody and un-needed garbage? Isn't it about time to enter the age of the modern horror film, and to realize that audiences these days have already seen it all when it comes to the horror movie, so one-of-a-kind ideas such as the SAW series should be seen as a much needed godsend to the film industry. They say that this is what is takes to scare people these days: untrue. Take the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre for instance, upon close examination, one can notice that it is <more>
essentially a bloodless film. So what is it about such movies that scare us? Well, it's the idea, the cinematography, and the boldness to plant such a terrifying seed into the world of movies. It isn't a man sawing his foot off or a man being set on fire that scares audiences, it's the fact that it has NEVER...EVER been done before on the big screen that engulfs the audience into a trance-like cloak of fear over a movie. The people who conjure these ideas for movies are not on the mindset to create something for the SOLE PURPOSE of making someone cringe and fray, they want to be their own level, nay, rank of movies for others to, essentially, build off of. Are SAW and SAW II the last of their kind? By no means, if anything they are merely predecessors of the film noir that is going to eventually rise into the R-rated spectrum. Forgive me for not stressing on the movie's actual content, but I feel it is the very ideas behind SAW that make us have to see it for ourselves. And I highly recommend those of you skeptical about it to do so. Will you be frightened? Yes. Will you see things never before shined onto the screen? Yes. And will you leave the darkness of the theater in a sense that you have witnessed movie history unfold before your eyes? YES.
Thank You for this Amazing Movie (by vacutainer69)
I anxiously waited for this film to be released---eagerly anticipating every frame, and I was not disappointed when I "saw" the first screening this afternoon. From the opening scene thru the end? I found myself being transported into the big screen, taken for one of the wildest rides I have ever experienced, and deposited back into my seat knowing I had not wasted my money nor the afternoon, for the matter . I was kept guessing until the end, and I was not let down with a "cliched and wrap it up" ending...I left wanting more. Having seen CUBE...I don't see the <more>
"ripoff"...I see a very well thought out original script with a deeper story . The acting was very impressive and very believable. A special shout out to the team who came up with the set design and atmospheric lighting. I was moved and mentally manipulated by this film, and when I stepped out of the theater into the lobby and real life I had to take a minute to let my mind unwind before I went out the theater door.
Saw II is everything Saw 1 should have been .. and more! (by trueenemy)
I just got back from the midnight screening of the film and I must say -- It was an OK movie.Most of all the cool "deaths" were already shown in either clips or on television... but the main highlight of the movie was the conversation between Eric Mathews and Jigsaw himself. You find out a lot more about him then what you think. You find out what makes him tick. Of course, it's not as Gory as what people are telling you, it's just a marketing scam.. However, there IS much more blood then Saw 1.The ending... Grabs you by the hair and kicks you square in the nuts!. And you <more>
know when they said they'd revisit some "old friends?" oh yes.. they do : Darren Bousman definitely has a film career on his hands and I hope he goes far with it because the man has talent.I can clearly see SAW becoming the next "Horror" franchise.
Awesome, gory, bloody, what you could expect of Saw II! (by xfear26)
The tag line says it all: Oh yes, there will be blood!I've had the chance/honor of seeing the sequel of a very anticipated movie this year at the world's premiere at the Montreal's Midnight Madness and I haven't been disappointed one bit. Off course, there was some magic that night, considering the fact that there were hundreds of horror fans expecting a gory sequel to the Saw installment and they got served! Without stating any spoilers, let me confirm that the movie is packed with bloody action and gore at its best. Those who liked the Jigsaw's strategy of allowing him <more>
the chance of survival to its victims by giving them a puzzle to solve, this time it goes even further. From the start until the end, you'll be given puzzling situation in which you wouldn't like to be part of at any time in your life. Near the end of the movie, the twisted game gets even more spicy...I wasn't used to hear people applauding at the theater and it created some kind of psycho ambiance in the room that I kinda really enjoyed. The sadistic approach of the Jigsaw killer is still pretty impressive! Without telling you more, go watch it with some friends that will be able to tolerate blood in gallons and you'll be served! I give it a 9/10 for its originality, gory moments, interesting story and punch of action. It is rare to see a sequel that beats its predecessor but in this case, it does!
Delighted to see a sequel that is better than the first (by dopefishie)
I said it, "Saw II is better than the first Saw." The reason is simple. The first Saw had unexplainable logic flaws in the characters, while Saw II is nearly perfectly constructed and gives the audience just enough information for them to answer their own questions. For those of you that don't get it, try looking at the film as one long game that jigsaw plays with detective Matthews. that is the heart of the movie, everything else people in the house getting killed off that was all supporting material. The turning point in the movie is when Det. Matthews resorts to physical <more>
violence and threats and completely pummels jigsaw. That is the point at which he lost the game because he had broken his agreement to just sit and talk until the time ran out. The explanation at the end tied everything together very nicely. I was amazed that the film was written so well, and if the creators continue to be this clever, then I can not wait for the third movie.how refreshing!!!
Saw II follows on the heels of Saw, as another taught, tense thriller. The mark of a great thriller/shocker/horror movie is the number of twists and turns, and this is what identifies Saw II as one of the better members of its genre.This is NOT a movie where people walk backwards into dark rooms. This is NOT a movie where people pull sheets off bodies. That's all too predictable for Saw II. In fact, there's virtually nowhere in this film, where you can say that you've got it figured out.Few movies keep me on the edge of my seat. This was one of them. There was no one dozing off <more>
during this flick. And the number of folks who walked out to take/make cell phone calls was the lowest I've ever seen.Like Saw, this sequel is more than a little bloody in some places, but that's to be understood. It was never promoted as a walk in the park. If you're in the mood for a thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat, this is worth a try.And this movie left more than a few folks in the audience waiting for another sequel.
This movie has just mad a quantum leap in horror films. after watching this movie i had the chills walking to my car, and lets say that i more than enjoy a scary movie. this movie kept me up for at least and hour after watching it. it was one of those movies were you cant let it out of your mind. The movie had one of the best openings that i have seen in a long time. after a few minutes into the movie i had to put down my popcorn. i don't have a weak stomach and this movie got me to put down my popcorn, that is huge. With a great blend of suspense, acting, and oh yes there was a lot of <more>
blood. this movie great deserves another watch, i would pay to see this movie a couple of times. not to mention one of the best twists i have seen in a movie. i would say 2nd best ending i have seen in a movie. #1 was Fight Club . you definitely have to see this movie.
I'm shocked--a GOOD horror film sequel! (by preppy-3)
"Saw" was one of last year's best horror films--grim, brutal, no stupid jokes and VERY dark. I expected the worst when I heard a sequel was coming. I was shocked to find it just as disturbing as the original.The film opens right up with a young guy trapped in a mask-like creation. There are spikes all over it--but he has the key. Problem is it's embedded BEHIND his eye and he has to cut his eye to get it out! He's been put here by Jigsaw--a serial killer who punishes people for things they do wrong.It involves a bunch of people that Jigsaw has trapped in a house <more>
together. There seems to be no way out--and a deadly poison is being pumped through the air vents. If they don't get out in two hours they'll die. But Jigsaw tells them there IS a way out--they just have to find it for themselves with obscure clues he gives...and there are multiple, gory booby traps they have to watch for...Meanwhile the police HAVE Jigsaw and try to get him to reveal where the house is...Sounds like another stupid horror film but, like the first film, there's no humor and the killings are brutal and bloody. It also tells us the back story of Jigsaw and why he's doing all this. It brings up questions of morality--Jigsaw is doing this for a reason--but what gives him the right to torture people? It makes you think and, at the same time, you're trying to figure out the clues Jigsaw keeps giving the people to get out. It all comes together at the end and throws in multiple clever plot twists that I didn't see coming.Be warned--this is a bloody, brutal film but VERY well-made and disturbing. I walked out of the theatre shaken and thinking about the questions the film brought up. There are no easy answers. I hope there's a third movie as good as this! I give it an 8 only because it's not really a movie you enjoy...