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The aforementioned Amanda assisted John in setting up various traps, as did Costas Mandylor’s Detective Hoffman. Logan can be the new big bad, and he can use his audio editing skills to give Tobin Bell some more voice cameos in later instalments. This is not an artifact of changing camera angles, you can clearly see the different hands holding the gun. Edgar’s pressing of the trigger kick-started a new version of the farmhouse game. There has been no official talk of a Jigsaw 2 just yet, but if this film makes a lot of money, don’t be surprised if an announcement arrives.

Just before he shoots, Adam (actually not dead)grabs Zep's foot, pulls him down, drags him closer and fights the gun from his hand. If you have not yet subjected yourself to the latest chapter in this abomination of a franchise and do not want to see the spoilers, stop reading now. Nor is it made clear that the farmhouse traps we’re seeing play out are actually a ‘ten years prior’ flashback. In his spare time, he's caught hundreds of Pokémon and sunk days of his…, Letter to You Review: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Take Us Home, Jigsaw: The Eighth Saw Movie Trailer Arrives. In her unstable state of mind, she realised that he was the first person in her life she could actually relate to, and thus became an accomplice. Logan has those scars because he was the bucket-head whose back was torn to shreds. Why do some of the people who actually manage to survive. This article contains spoilers for Jigsaw. The first trap these people had to face was the ‘bucket-head’ challenge. The Gordon swerve was so stupid and nonsensical that I actually started laughing. Halloran has let people die, and it’s not the Jigsaw way for Logan to let that slide. (The conspiracy now involves Jigsaw, Amanda, Hoffman, Gordon, Jill and two others who are not identified.) Adam, angry at Jigsaw for his ordeal, grabs the gun and goes to shoot him but Jigsaw uses a remote to shock Adam again, making him drop the gun. Here is where it gets absurd. In the next shot it's in her right hand, and then it moves back to her left hand again. At this point, taking some clear inspiration from John Kramer’s bathroom antics from the first movie, Logan stands up off the floor. A Jigsaw film about a different Jigsaw? You have a woman hanging above a buzz saw, with the two men she has been dating below her.

At this point, Logan captures Halloran. First, the opening trap was absurd. All rights reserved. The clock simply said 3:00 and the tape specifically says "you have until 3 o'clock or this room will become your tomb". You have been warned. The last part I saw was Dr. Gordon was in the basement that the first movie took place in and he just took the saw from Hoffman and threw it. Lionsgate set out to make an intelligent movie that broke from the mold of slasher films, and for the most part they were successful. So I plunked down my $5 to see Saw VII last week.

And how did Hoffman, who was Jigsaw's right hand man from II through VI, not know Gordon was involved? I am sure that is not the reaction Lionsgate wanted for the biggest horror franchise of the last decade. Did Logan know any of John’s other apprentices? Zep then walks into the bathroom, makes his way round the room, (whilst kicking Dr.G off)and kicks Adam's side to check if he's dead... Zep then raises a gun to Dr.G saying that he's 'too late. Tapp chases Zep to a sort of sewer, they fight and Zep kills Tapp. But, although that door is quite literally closed, a more metaphorical one is being propped open. He was involved in the conflict with the Taliban, and his case file mentions brutal interrogations. (John was particularly fond of this mantra in Saw VI, where he posthumously targeted a health insurance baddie who let him die to save company money.). Various fan theories were available, but in the end, only one of them could be true. Using the same traps that John had built 10+ years ago, Logan had put a gang of lookalikes into the same scenario. Saw VII - the "final chapter" with a cliffhanger ending By Scott Tibbs, November 15, 2010.

Gordon has had nothing to do with the last five movies, so suddenly inserting him into this conspiracy strains credibility to the breaking point. Well, it is more stupid than before. But by introducing Matt Passmore as Logan Nelson, Jigsaw has presented a way for this franchise to continue without John Kramer. In any case, he punks the entire police department, slaughtering others with traps he has set up (because Hoffman is supposed to be a good guy who only goes after criminals and degenerates) before finally getting to Jigsaw's wife and killing her. This brief scene, of Logan and John building the Reverse Bear-Trap, confirms that the traps from the farmhouse in Jigsaw predate the main chain of events from the first Saw. Of course, everyone involved, save for the faux survivor, dies. Kerry says at the scene of Paul's trap, "He had two hours." Dr.G crawls to Adam, trying to stop him and tells him that he has to leave Adam or he(Dr.G)'ll bleed to death. So when Anna shot Ryan, she inadvertently mangled up the keys and stopped either of them from being able to escape.

According to director James Wan on the director's cut DVD commentary, the major plot twist of the film, from Adam listening to Zep's tape to, This question applies to the whole series. Yes, I can see how Gordon would be motivated to help Jigsaw after that. This series once had promise, but that has long since evaporated. Perhaps his grief pushed him back towards John Kramer’s teachings. It is also absurd to label this "The final chapter" and end it on a cliffhanger with the villain still alive and three new recruits. To continue the franchise even further following John Kramer’s death, Jigsaw uses two classic storytelling devices from the Saw playbook: the new film teaches us that Jigsaw had one more secret apprentice, and it uses flashbacks to showcase yet another house of horrors concocted, built and inhabited by John prior to his death. There is no way she could have known that.

Make your choice. This item would ultimately be used on Amanda (Shawnee Smith) in the original Saw film, and on various people afterwards. The film makes it clear that, at some point, Logan served in the American military. No way to know that's two hours after the fact. This is not an artifact of changing camera angles, you can clearly see the different hands holding the gun. Logan has a little look around, taking a moment to admire the Reverse Bear-Trap and Eleanor’s replica of the motorbike-assisted human blender. Design and text © 1996 - 2020 Jon Sandys.

Never mind that Gordon was assumed dead after the first movie after cutting off his own foot, and never mind that he has never once appeared in any of the previous 5 movies. But, on first viewing, we don’t know that yet. Plus, once the trap is completed, it is never mentioned again, making the entire scene a completely pointless waste of time. How exactly did Hoffman have the time to set this up, considering this takes place immediately following Saw VI? As the trap starts, at least 100 people are watching this happen and no one makes a serious effort to break the glass and rescue these people, other than one woman who lightly taps on the glass with her briefcase. Long-time Saw fans may have suspected something, though, given that Saw II and Saw IV also played with timelines to engineer their twists. They have taken what could have been a good franchise and made it into little more than a gore fest and the attempts at writing a "plot" have been a complete failure. Question: This question applies to the whole series. He was never in a "Saw" trap. The writers of this movie actually think they are being intelligent, by orchestrating this large-scale conspiracy involving what now can only be described as a Jigsaw cult. He then tells Adam that the key to his chain is in the bathtub (but a flashback shows us it went down the drain when the tub emptied). Cary Elwes’ Doctor Gordon wound up being useful, as well, helping Jiggy with his surgical needs after chopping off his own foot in the Saw bathroom. The series has gotten progressively worse over time, with overly convoluted plot twists and "swerves" that are little more than retroactively rewriting the script of various movies. Saw: Is Jigsaw Horror's Biggest Douchebag? As the clock ticks closer to 6pm, Lawrence gets restless and, upon hearing Tapp’s gunshots on the other end of a cell phone call from Alison, grabs a hacksaw, cuts off his foot and shoots Adam. Logan closes a big sliding door, as is Saw tradition, and the credits roll. That is just stupid. He also plays mind games on people, which is shown in a flashback in Saw III in which he convinced Amanda to side with him. John’s tape told them to made a blood offering, however small, to survive. Eventually, Eleanor – having found a rare pig disease in one of the DNA samples from the bodies – works out where the games are being played. The pieces suddenly slot, somewhat bizarrely, into place. Regardless, the easiest way to explain Jigsaw’s twists and turns is to spell them all out in chronological order. The new "reveal" (again retroactively rewriting the previous movies) is that Dr. Gordon (Cary Elwes from The Princess Bride) has been in on the scheme the entire time, since Saw II. Jigsaw put Gordon in a death trap that Gordon could only free himself from by cutting off his own foot. Logan shows off the decomposed bodies on the floor in order to illustrate his point. John mentioned at this point that the games he creates are intended to ‘speak for the dead’, punishing and testing people that committed crimes and got people killed. Mitch died a particularly grisly death in a complicated trap that incorporated numerous motorcycle pieces. Never mind that one of the themes of the movie is that the traps supposedly are all survivable. If you walk into a movie and realize you're the only one in the theater when the opening scene starts, you are probably not about to see a good or even passable movie. In the next shot it's in her right hand, and then it moves back to her left hand again. Logan also got married at some point, but his wife died a couple of years before the events of Jigsaw.

It started with Josiah Black’s Edgar Munsen, a police informant that Halloran was very familiar with. In fact, after Lawrence Gordon escapes the bathroom after severing his own foot, Jigsaw nursed him back to full health, thus gaining his trust (this is shown in Saw VII). He uses some slight of hand and a bullet switcheroo to make it look like Halloran shot Edgar in the chest. To know when people like your submissions, answer your questions, reply to you, etc., please. Note: There will be lots of spoilers in this review. As a long-time fan of the franchise, I was hoping for something a bit more original this time around. Everyone else from the original farmhouse games wound up dead, and their bodies weren’t found for ten years. In hindsight, though, when John removes his hood and no one in the scene mentions that he’s meant to be dead, that’s a pretty big clue. Halloran’s head is torn to shreds by lasers, and Logan makes a dramatic exit. Writers Peter Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg seem to be leaving their options open for a sequel, don’t they? Since we have three people carrying out Jigsaw's last wishes, the door is open for more sequels even if Hoffman dies, and Gordon has apparently been working with Jigsaw all along. After he survived the trap, Jigsaw rescued and recruited him. Edgar’s options were to press the trigger and start another game, or die. Meanwhile, in both the flashbacks and the modern day, people keep dying in the farmhouse traps. She also blew her own face off. We’ll have to wait and see.

Funnily enough, John never mentioned Logan in Saw, Saw II, Saw III, Saw IV, Saw V, Saw VI or Saw 3D: The Final Chapter. After the third movie, the primary purpose of watching this series is to laugh at the utter stupidity of the horrible writing. A while before his death, and before most of his other traps, Jigsaw converted an old farmhouse owned by his wife’s family into a series of deadly games.


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