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Saw: The Final Chapter (2D) Synopsis
A Jigsaw survivor unleashes a new wave of terror.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Now that the series is, it can be said that the most disturbing thing about the Saw films is the way that they turn torture into a wink of...
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
This seventh installment does at least provide a reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series in the unlikely event they choose to give...
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Boxoffice Magazine

By Steve Ramos
Production values from designer Anthony A. Ianni are matter-of-fact with the exception of standout effects from key make up artist Colin...
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Time Out New York

By Joshua Rothkopf
Like a stumpy limb requiring quick cauterization via steam pipe (our first cringe), the Saw series is begging for closure.
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By Kim Newman
There are a scattering of infallibly cringe-making horrors, but on the whole Saw 3D could do with more depth.
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Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
Fans of the series, if there are any left and I'm not too certain that there are, will enjoy the usual smorgasbord of lower intestines...
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Orlando Sentinel

By Roger Moore
Any signs of life the series showed in the last installment (Saw VI), a dash of humanity here and there, were premature.
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The original "Saw" was smart enough to tease its audience, to literally restrain its characters and gradually dial up the dread, setting...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Franchise morphs into generic slasher series without Jigsaw.
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
The dismemberment and torture are now shtick. The filmmakers - "Saw" veterans - struggle to imbue this movie with the usual righteousness.
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Really needed more 3D effects

By brookee84
The movie was a typical saw movie. It kind of didn't end like it would have been the "final chapter" but it was good if your talking about egde of your seat blood and gore. The only bad thing I wanna...

Saw: A Must see saga

By Sithfan53
Ok, I know these movies have been coming out like every year, but this one takes the cake. Not only will this be the first Saw film to be shown in 3D, but it will answer the question as to what...

Five Word Review

By Jigsavv
Best Horror Series This Generation...


By maxbarajas70
this is one of the best saw movies ever! It would be really better in IMAX 3D but it was really good and i liked how the series of this movie ended....

saw 3d

I went to go see saw3d earlier and the movie was great it shows another twist in the story that you never saw coming. The main thing that sucked involved all the hype about the movie being in 3d...

Another bad shot at a good movie in the SAW franchise.

By mardfet
In my opinioon, the first three saw movies were a good horror movie trilogy that was very unique, interesting and creepy. However, the traps after that became so hard to do it was just unfair and it...

This so called final chapter may not be the final chapter afterall

By John Man
Saw 3D is as gruesome as ever, leaving you squeamish during most of the traps. Although this movie comes full circle around tying up almost every loose end, it also leaves you with the possibility of...

Marked as "The Final Chapter", though I don't feel like I got closure at the end.

By Blindkenshi
What is there to say about this movie? Well if you're a fan of Saw, you get what you expect to see in a Saw film. You get blood, gore, and a lot of confusion. I walked into this not really expecting...

Saw The Final Chapter

By ghall26

The Final Chapter....

By tinny
.... which should have been three movies ago. Saw 3D really upped the Gore factor, even for a saw movie. The 3D effects were weak, and the plot nearly non exsistant. There is atwist at the end as...

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Rated R | For Sequences of grisly bloody violence and torture, and language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Seventh in grisly gore franchise adds 3-D to the mix.
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