Jigsaw, as well as his apprentice Amanda, have died. After hearing of Detective Kerry's murder, two veteran FBI agents, Agent Strahm and Agent Perez, assist Detective Hoffman in sorting out the remains of Jigsaw's last game.
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Another Halloween, another gory torturefest. Yuck.
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Saw IV is not for everyone to see, since the series has long become quite specific and only for those who have been watching from the beginning. The story is now more intricated then ever, and much less original, but still presenting another shocking ending.
- blacksheepboy, Saturday, November 13, 2010
While I appreciated the added depth and backstory to Jigsaw, and what he's all about, as well as the point that was trying to be made with Rigg's story, the movie was too convoluted, and unnecessarily so, for its own good. The Rigg story could have been handled better-it was telegraphed from early on, as was the other story. The backstory stuff was good, but again, the way it's presented would have been better had it been more straightforward. As gory as this was, it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Maybe I'm finally starting to stomach this crap and be desensitized to it. That doesn't mean I like it though. Admittedly, I found some of the movie entertaining, but things could have been handled WAY better.
- cosmo313, Sunday, October 31, 2010
Probably one of my favorites in the series for a few reasons. Jigsaw's background is fully explored and his motivations are even more clear. Also, this truly gave birth to the infiltration expert known as Hoffman. While he doesn't get to bask in his awesomeness in this much, it's still worth it. I liked that they brought The Berg back and gave him a truly glorious death via ice block crushing. It was really interesting how they played around with the time line and had it all fit like a puzzle by the end.
- ythelastman89, Saturday, October 23, 2010