Objective: Brit and Mallick, our final two victims, must hold their hands into the saws and lose enough blood to fill a single ten-pint beaker which in turn would open a door to their freedom and save them from nail bombs mounted on the wall.
Result: Hindsight being 20/20, they insert their hands into the saws and lose half their bodies' amount of blood and their forearms are sawed in half. Both pass out from blood loss with Brit uttering the final words, "We won." Mallick will appear in Saw 3D.
The rib cage trap was the freakiest to me..
In the Hog Pit trap, you wrote that the judge drowns, but in actuality he is saved and is then shot by a bullet in a later room...
urameshi19 is very correct! he was saved by Jeff but was not shot by a bullet, he was shot by a shotgun shell.
no mention of the judge being drowned so how can urameshi19 be correct ??
Result: In order for the judge to survive, Jeff must let a furnace containing his child's possessions to burn, which will then produce a key to free the judge. In the following sequence, the Judge is shot by a booby-trapped shotgun in the room containing "The Rack."
The best SAW trap is definetley the reverse bear trap. It was pretty nasty when Jill died from it in SAW 3D. She had no chance though, as it was just that guy and she was strapped to the chair.
my fav was the one with the guy with his eyes sewn shut and the guy with his mouth sewn shut. :p
I think it was in Saw III when the girl is frozen that one always stuck out to me
there was one where the couple were back to back with rods through them..the woman pulled out the rods that killed the husband.
also the one where the pervert was told to poke both his eyes out to save himself...but didn't make it.
My favorite and by far hardest to watch was the car scene in the last movie.
My favorite has always been the reverse bear trap and was made undeniably the greatest after seeing it in Saw 3D.
My new favorite was the Speak no Evil in Saw 3D
My favorite one was the hanger. when the was standing on a block of ice as it slowly melted. Very edgy.
exactly. On the rib cage (III), the jar of acid was locked.
commenting on fearmonger's comment. When agent kerry was in the rib cage contraption, she tried tilting it, and moving it as much as she could to get the acid out. True is was suspending but as you watch it, you can see her struggling to move it. Yes, some acid did splash out but I do believe the way it was suspended, she was unable to move it more than what she already had.
Hate saw seven. Bad stuff happens to good people for little reason than saying screw you to the audience. Keep my ******* comment you ****heads at fandango!
Dude, I haven't even seen the film and already you're starting to rub me the wrong way. It's just a movie!
I went tonight to see SAW . To me it could have been alittle better. more Games. I found something out at the end that changed the game . Game Over!
my favorite was the crucifix
Oh that was a great one! The actor was amazing in that sequence. Hard to watch, too.
What i dont get is why in the rib cage harness why didint the women just tip the acid out so she dosnt have to go through so much pain, it was on chains so it was movable and she didnt have to tip it so much that the key fell out.
but if the key fell out and she is suspended in the air, how was she going to get it if it fell on the floor?
She tried it! Carry did that at first and the acid was in place by these steal harness'. Nothing could be done. She was as good as dead.
If she tipped the acid out and escaped, Jigsaw would find her and say "You did not play the game right"
The Merry Go Round in Saw 6 wasn't mentioned????
True, the merry-go-round should be in here, but there's SO much going on in that scene that it's almost a gallery unto itself! I guess we'll give it an honorable mention. At least he was a gentleman and saved the young ladies. Haha
Agreed! That was the best one. It had everything a true Saw trap needs: innocent people learning the error of their ways and the guilt of the one who deals that sentence. Not only did the victims feel the judgement but the person who chose who lived and who died had to put his hand in a machine that would crush his hand. And he had to do it in order to get closer to the end of the game.
True that was a good one too!!!!!!!
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