Saw III

Saw III

Jigsaw has disappeared. Along with his new apprentice Amanda, the puppet-master behind the cruel, intricate games that have terrified a community and baffled police has once again eluded capture and vanished. While city detective scramble to locate him, Doctor Lynn Denlon and Jeff Reinhart are unaware that they are about to become the latest pawns on his vicious chessboard.

Jigsaw kidnaps a doctor to keep him alive while he watches his new apprentice put an unlucky citizen through a brutal test. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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ca f (it) wrote: MEGA-bad! Bad acting, bad script, waste of time.

Cindy D (mx) wrote: one of those rare movies that breaks your heart. touching performance from jeremy sisto..kristin chenoweth is amazing as always.

Deborah M (jp) wrote: I am not typically a noir fan but I gave this 3.5 stars for the creativeness of the plot and the quality of the acting. It is unique and well-done. The acting is solid, the action well-shot and the sets have particular attention to whimsical detail, all of which contribute to its appeal. Gordon-Levitt turns in another excellent performance; he is an exceptional actor with the ability to portray complex characters to understated perfection.

Jonathan S (it) wrote: You can't kill Steven Seagal.

Patrick L (nl) wrote: This is basically an interesting film - Andrew's character is a sympathetic student or at least until he hangs out with the guys of a prep-school he comes to. He is teased mercilessly after his roommate tricks him into dressing in a woman's bikini and gets locked out of the dormitory. He happens to meet his roommate's mother at a bar (not knowing who she is). She romances him and soon he has bragging rights at his school. She later finds out he is a student and abandons him but later is trying to call and to see him. Jacqueline Bisset as the unfaithful wife and mom plays perhaps the best character in this film. 4/10.

Jonathan G (br) wrote: Entertaining anthology of 4 bizarre tales from the likes of 4 different directors including Spielberg and George Miller. Diverse stories and styles of horror or thrills. Rating: 7 / 10

George S (fr) wrote: WAPOS! Easily a candidate for worst Sherlock Holmes movie of the age. Terrible, predictable dialogue, nonsensical plot, shoddy attempts at humor, and why for god's sakes are he two leads wearing so much makeup??? And WTF was Donald Sutherland doing in that film...quaaludes??Avoid at all costs.

Bob F (gb) wrote: Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze took my favorite pulp hero and turned him into a musclebound lunkhead. Bad acting, ludicrous script and generally crappy production values.

Cynthia T (ag) wrote: Loved the book, and laughed out loud during movie- enjoyable and fun!