Discussion in 'Movies' started by puddin, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. puddin

    puddin Banned

    Has anyone seen Saw? That crappy film that looks as if it trys to be se7en but cant quite pull it off?
    I havent but it looks shite.
  2. mystical_shroom

    mystical_shroom acerbic

    I havent seen it cause I would be scared :D but I dont think it looks like shit or shite as you put it..
  3. boog

    boog A square peg

    am quite liking the look of it although iv not got round to seein it yet.
    Seven didnt do nowt for me anyway so it cant be much worse.
    Saw seemed to spring up out of nowhere
  4. gelflingwings

    gelflingwings Member

    I liked it. It wasn't as good a movie as Seven but it was pretty cool
  5. Pavele

    Pavele Member

    I thought it was very well done for such a low budget movie. The ending was very clever, too.
  6. hiro

    hiro pursue it

    I want to see it still :)
  7. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    It was great (not scary, of course) really interesting. The only problem I found was that all of the acting was great except one of the lead characters. Even a little girl that's in the movie did a great job they could have definently found a better actor for the role.
  8. I think it was a good horror flick.
  9. atropine

    atropine Member

  10. puddin

    puddin Banned

  11. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    that one dude has a great point
    How can you call a movie crappy without seeing it?
  12. puddin

    puddin Banned

    Well i really cant argue with that. But it sure does *look* crappy.
  13. V-Agent

    V-Agent Member

    I can see why people compare it to Se7en, but personally I thought that movie sucked rancid donkey's testicles, while S.A.W. was actually quite enjoyable in a messy sort of way.

    Certainly no modern masterpiece, but definitely worth watching, especially if you liked Se7en.

    The Canadians sure could teach Hollywood a thing or two!
  14. It wasn't that bad.

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