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Everything You Need To Know …As It Relates To You And Your World The Actors, Director, Info, Reviews, and Photos
In the fifth installment of the "Saw" franchise, Hoffman is seemingly the last person alive to carry on the Jigsaw legacy. But when his secret is threatened, Hoffman must go on the hunt to eliminate all loose ends. Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
TOBIN BELL (Jigsaw) TOBIN BELL (Jigsaw) He was cast as a hitman in Sydney Pollack's The Firm Played the Unabomber in the TV movie Unabomber: The True Story He is a renowned lover of animals and has brought his five cats and two dogs on the sets of his movies Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
COSTAS MANDYLOR (Hoffman) COSTAS MANDYLOR (Hoffman) Famous for playing Hondshew in Beowolf He is also an avid soccer fan and plays occasionally with Hollywood United F.C., a team composed of mostly celebrities and former professionals. Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
BETSY RUSSELL (Jill) BETSY RUSSELL (Jill) Best remembered for her roles in several 1980s B movies Her breakout role came as Phoebe Cates' rival in the sex comedy, Private School After a brief retirement from acting, Russell reappeared in the Saw film series Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
Directed by DAVID HACKL Directed by DAVID HACKL He was the production designer and second unit director for Saw II, Saw III and Saw IV. Saw VI will be directed by Kevin Greutert, the editor on all the Saw films to date Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
Screenplay by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan Original Music by Charlie Clouser Cinematography by David A. Armstrong Film Editing by Kevin Greutert Set Decoration by Liesl Deslauriers Costume Design by Alex Kavanagh Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
SAW II opened in 2005. The film’s opening day gross of $12.1 million was Lionsgate’s biggest Friday gross SAW III opened nationwide in 2006. It was the weekend’s #1 film with a box office tally of $33.6 million, the biggest opening in Lionsgate history SAW IV opened in 2007. It was the weekend’s #1 film and the film’s international box office receipts have totaled over $73.5 million. Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
TORTURE PORN BECAME POPULAR DURING THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION. With the emergence of the torture porn genre in the 2000s, the Saw film series, along with similar films such as Hostel and The Devil's Rejects, is frequently singled out as an example of the prevalence of exploitive graphic violence and gore in horror films during the “waterboarding” era. Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
The film starts with Seth in the pendulum trap. The trap is later revealed to be unwinnable, but Seth is made to believe that the aim of the trap is for him to push buttons inside of two devices which would crush both of his hands before a bladed pendulum (intended to slice him in half) descends upon him. Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
Meanwhile, Agent Strahm shoots Jeff and enters the room where Jigsaw died. After investigating and finding Jigsaw's corpse, the door is locked on Strahm. Strahm manages to exit through a secret door, and finds a recorder. The recording warns him he can find salvation or die in the room, and urges him to make the right choice. Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
He disregards it, then is attacked by a figure in a pig mask. He wakes to find himself in one of Jigsaw's traps. His head is in a sealed box, which quickly starts to fill with water. Before he runs out of air, he performs a tracheotomy with the tube of a ballpoint pen in order to breathe. Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
Meanwhile, five people wake up in a sewer, in a neck tie trap. This trap involves pulling against a cable to get a key at the end of the room to release themselves. The consequence for not completing the trap is to be beheaded. Can there be any salvation from death? Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
Consensus Voice: “Thank goodness Lionsgate made another Saw film! Otherwise, how would we as a country get to feel good about ourselves while watching humans suffer through prolonged torture, degradation and death?” -- Rafer Guzman, Newsday Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
1.People choose life over death 2.Despite circumstances we must exercise what choices and opportunities we have Side Note: Sadly, torture seems to hold a fascination with the American public Photos © 2008 Lionsgate. Review © David Bruce
Serial killer Jigsaw prefers to target rapists and murderers, so the human slaughter is made somewhat more acceptable, because we presume these folks are getting what they deserve –not! Disturbing as the Saw series is, it does point to a truth: People want to live! We do not want to die. In the Hebrew Torah we read, “Today I have given you the choice between life and death, between blessings and curses... Oh, that you would choose life, so that you and your descendants might live!” (Deuteronomy 30:19) Good words, indeed! Review © David Bruce
Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It's the transition that's troublesome. --Isaac Asimov Death is more universal than life; everyone dies but not everyone lives. --A. Sachs Do not fear death so much, but rather the inadequate life. --Bertolt Brecht Review © David Bruce
“Is there life before death?” ―Graffito Review © David Bruce
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