Jigsaw (2017) Se Gratis Free
Genres: Crime, Horror, Mystery
Directors: Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig
Writers: Pete Goldfinger, Josh Stolberg
Stars: Matt Passmore, Tobin Bell, Callum Keith Rennie
Bodies are turning up around the city, each having met a uniquely gruesome demise. As the investigation proceeds, evidence points to one suspect: John Kramer, the man known as Jigsaw, who has been dead for ten years.
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Since the Saw franchise is one of my biggest guilty pleasures when it comes to horror, I’ve been hoping for a new installment ever since The Final Chapter was supposed to end the franchise back in 2010. Even though the movies got progressively worse, there is something about this franchise that always draws me back and makes me want to re-watch it.
I had high expectations for Jigsaw because of two reasons: one, the producers stated in an interview that they were offered more than a hundred scripts for a new movie from different writers, but had never been pleased with any of them until they discovered a script so good, which ultimately got picked to be adapted; second, the Spierig brothers, Jigsaw’s directors, had previously directed Predestination, such a smart and enticing sci-fi time- travel movie that I liked quite a lot.
After seeing Jigsaw, I left the theater disappointed. I’ll start with what I enjoyed:
The score by Charlie Clouser is just as fabulous as it has always been and manages to go in line perfectly with each scene.
The performances didn’t bother me at all, although none of the actors really gets to shine. Laura Vandervoort and Paul Braunstein stood out here, with the latter generating some funny moments worthy of admiration.
The direction was very polished and the movie was competently filmed, but the Spierig brothers weren’t given much to show their creativity on. This leads me to the negatives.
The CGI is very good. There is, however, one scene in which I was feeling as if I was watching one of the most recent Resident Evil movies and that didn’t really work for me.
Let’s Play A Game”, those simple words haunted the theaters for years, signaling the start of yet another slasher movie in the Saw series. What started out as a unique twist to the serial killer saga was only the start to a face cringing, spine tingling, sometimes nauseating saga that hooked people in until around the sixth-seventh iteration when it finally ended. That was until this year, where the saga was to be reanimated in hopes of bringing more bucks to the theaters. Will this eighth installment have the ability to defy death like it’s protagonist antihero, or is it dead like the poor victims of his games. Only one way to find out and that is read my friends, so let’s get started!