What's worse is that in saw iii the final twist doesn't resolve a question we've been asking ourselves during the whole movie no, it's question and answer in one and that doesn't make it particularly interesting. Saw iii is a classic case of an ambitious sequel that has a few really nice ideas and some scenes that will make fans of the franchise very happy, but in the end it doesn't, it can't hold a candle to the original.
Saw iii is a 2006 american horror film directed by darren lynn bousman from a screenplay by leigh whannell and story by james wan and whannell it is the third installment in the saw franchise and stars tobin bell , shawnee smith , angus macfadyen , bahar soomekh , and dina meyer. Saw 3 is the the end of the trilogy of jigsaw, but its just another saw sequel that doesn't live up to the first the plot is actually getting cliche and the same with every movie, but i still am that kind of person who completely loves the mysterious endings of the saw films.
Saw iii movie reviews & metacritic score: with his new apprentice amanda (smith), jigsaw, the puppet-master behind the cruel, intricate games that have terri. Saw iii is for saw fans, that's it that's all if you're getting in the game now, i recommend you watch 1 and 2 before wrestling this big bad wolf this second sequel truly impressed me on many levels.
Saw iii is more of the same boring, bloody torture scenes in the continuing saga of a bizarre, elderly serial killer known as jigsaw the movie has no real plot until the final third of the story, when a pattern begins to emerge. The power of saw iii lies not in the gore, torture, or tension, but in the relationship between amanda and jigsaw april 29, 2009 | full review felix vasquez jr. And what a way to close the curtains saw creators james wan (story by) and leigh whannell (story by and screenplay by) return to the series that made them infamous as screenwriters and they did it with balls, maturity and panache saw iii was akin to the more intimate and character driven approach of the original.
Saw iii is far better than saw ii because it's written by series masterminds leigh wannell and james wan, and only directed by darren lynn bousman (one of the failures of the second film was that bousman wrote and directed, and he is far less talented as a screenwriter than he is behind the camera) and so the film feels more connected to the first film than any other in the series. So many people to torture, maim and kill so little time in a single movie to depict it all. Though saw iii's script is slightly more sophisticated than either of its predecessors -- saw and saw ii-- its concept is the same darren lynn bousman 's film is bursting with graphic, sometimes stomach-turning images of gore and suffering.
Saw iii opens with quick vignettes of two people dying due to amanda's efforts to live up to jigsaw's reputation they have very little to do with the rest of the story, so it's almost as if the filmmakers are offering up tasty appetizers to perk up bloodthirsty moviegoers' palates. Saw iii is a classic case of an ambitious sequel that has a few really nice ideas and some scenes that will make fans of the franchise very happy, but in the end it doesn't, it can't hold a candle to the original it's a rule of the series by now that a saw movie must include a lot of gory deaths as well as an unexpected twist at the end.
Saw iii is a 2006 american horror film directed by darren lynn bousman from a screenplay by leigh whannell and story by james wan and whannell it is the third installment in the saw franchise and stars tobin bell, shawnee smith, angus macfadyen, bahar soomekh, and dina meyer.