'Saw IV' Review By Denise

An Intelligent Thriller And So Far Best Of The Series!
  • OVERALL
    5.0
    SUPERB
  • Story
  • Acting
  • Directing
  • Visuals
Saw IV has done so much for the series. We have gained so much background on Jigsaw and come to a great understanding of his character. While there are many reviews out there that degrade this type of entertainment, calling it sadistic, and unhealthy for society, I'm here to say that there is a great concept to this series. The SAW franchise is about appreciating life, and Jigsaw( the key character), knows what it's like to lose it. In his own sick and twisted way, he attempts to take someone who is taking life for granted, whether it be because of drugs, abandonment, or street crimes alike, and tries to turn them around by throwing their sins in their faces making them suffer for what they have done. By doing so he hopes to turn them away from their previous lifestyles. While there are some characters that are overall innocent victims, the concept still remains whole. Saw IV revealed a tragic loss for Jigsaw and it's lead into the transition that he went through to become the character that he is today, or was. It also brought back characters from the previous movies that we thought were forgotten, and had done so in such an intelligent manner. Way to go! And for some people who are comparing the SAW franchise to Halloween and Friday the 13th....take a good look before trying to compare. The previous villains were immortal characters and the storylines extremely predictable. There's, sex, a party, and a villain with a knife. There's not much more substance than that. Jigsaw brings us substance, character, and a whole lot of entertainment!

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Comments (2)

  1. Rongo

    Wow what an awesome review.

    6 years agoby @rongomikey1Flag

  2. Radimus-83

    cool review, i did like saw IV but think the first two won't be topped! but like i said, cool review!!

    6 years agoby @radimus-83Flag

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