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  • I want to play a game.

  • Welcome toe watch mojo.

  • And today we're ranking all the saw movies.

  • You know him?

  • Yeah, he's a guy who put me away.

  • He set me up When you're killing me, You look at me, John, how you doing?

  • A better for this list will be ranking all the films in this franchise based on originality, storytelling and trap creativity.

  • Since we'll be talking about all the films, spoilers will follow.

  • What's your favorite saw movie?

  • Let us know in the comments below.

  • Now let's get freaky.

  • Number eight Saw three D.

  • We like how this film was also called the final chapter before two Sequels proved it was far from the last installment.

  • Although this movie is the weakest of the franchise so far, there's still plenty to love about the three D horror story.

  • Hey, if a trap is making your skin crawl and forcing you to look away, then it's a least doing one thing right.

  • The garage trap is one of the most gruesome in the entire Siri's.

  • While it wasn't the end of the franchise, it was still the last film for many years.

  • You've judged others by the color of their skin.

  • And today Evan, you will learn that we are all the same color on the inside.

  • The creators did an admirable job of making sure the traps were as cleverly designed as possible so they could go out with the bank.

  • Oh, number seven Jigsaw.

  • After a long wait, the franchise returned with a decent entry into the Siri's Theo seven year hiatus made us realize we weren't done with saw just yet.

  • There is a level of mystery to Jigsaw that was lacking in some of the other Sequels.

  • But while this entry manages to combine many elements of previous films that fans appreciated, it doesn't really improve on the formula or try anything new.

  • Overall, it's an unambitious but well made movie that's still worth a watch for fans of the franchise.

  • You have a choice.

  • Scream are done.

  • Number six saw five later.

  • Sequels seem to step away from the heavy psychological elements present in the first films in favor of crafting Gore fests with exciting traps.

  • And if that's what a soft fan is showing up for, then a movie full of people meeting gruesome demises isn't such a bad thing.

  • Saw five straightforward plot is easier to digest than its predecessors.

  • And while the traps may not be the most creative or original there definitely exciting in between the violence.

  • Scott Patterson sympathetic performances Agent Strahm really made us feel for him.

  • Way rooted for him.

  • Ah, lot more than we did for the majority of the characters and the franchise Number five saw four.

  • We have to commend the writers for finding a way to continue the story of the franchise after the death of the primary.

  • Antagonistic Saw Four still gives us her fill of the deceased and twisted mastermind Jigsaw by letting us explore his motives and origins through flashback sequences.

  • It's too tool that's going to save your life.

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  • We also get to see how some of the early traps progressed and became more practical.

  • Overtime on top of that saw four provides a fantastic twist.

  • We eventually discovered that the events of this movie and the story of saw three took place at the same time.

  • You feel you now have control, don't you?

  • Do you think you will walk away untested?

  • It was good to see Detective Matthews returned to even if he wasn't in the best shape.

  • Number four saw three saw three felt darker and more sinister than the rest in a Siri's littered with murder, deception and sadistic traps.

  • We'd consider this an accomplishment.

  • Instead of our main character, Jeff, trying to get out of a trap, he has to get other people out of them.

  • This twist was a refreshing change to what we'd come to expect.

  • While Jeff is trying to save lives, the audience keeps checking in on an intense surgery that has us biting our nails with anxiety, even though it is for the film's antagonist, John.

  • How you doing?

  • Never better Saw Three Tops.

  • It's impressive story off with one of the most disturbing and disgusting traps of all the movies.

  • My personal favorite.

  • I call it the Rack Number three Saw six.

  • We can almost guarantee that this movie would have garnered Mawr appreciation if it was released as one of the earlier Sequels.

  • Through an excellent combination of practical effects, trap, creativity and suspense.

  • Saw six showed us what the franchise looks like at the top of its game.

  • The film's carousel trap was definitely a highlight.

  • The trap is devastating to watch and tries to go for more of an emotional hit rather than just playing up the gore looking When you're killing me, you look at me.

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  • Jigsaw's message about appreciating life also seems more transparent in this sequel.

  • You see death up, closer thing.

  • You know what the value of life is, and that's my way, Mind you, that makes the elaborate traps he builds to spread this message seem even more absurd than again.

  • He is pretty crazy.

  • Number two saw two.

  • You're the arresting officer in all their cases, and you're the one who planted all the evidence used to obtain their convictions.

  • A terrific thriller in its own right, Saw Two is a fantastic sequel that ups the ante from the first film in every way possible.

  • Their arm or traps, mawr characters and a few emotionally charged parallel story lines.

  • This is your father, but you know him.

  • Yeah, he's a guy who put me away.

  • He set me up way.

  • Also get a character study into the lengths people will go to save themselves or save the ones that care about Donnie Wahlberg's performance as the hotheaded Detective Matthews steals the show.

  • His frustration with the horrifying situation mirrors our own way.

  • Unfortunately, Matthews is temper leads to his downfall, leaving us to judge his actions while understanding exactly why he did what he did.

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  • Number one saw.

  • Hello, Amanda.

  • You don't know, baby, But I Know You a A movie that was able to scare shock and thrill viewers on an insanely low budget saw is a fantastic tale told Masterfully by Lee one L and James Wan.

  • Although the film mostly takes place in a small room, it's still managed to keep the audience engaged.

  • That's a testament to the writing and directing.

  • He doesn't want us to cut through our chains.

  • He wants us to cut through our feet.

  • While all future films in the franchise attempted to leave us with a strong twist, nothing compares to the sinking feeling we all had in our stomachs when We saw Jigsaw rise from the ground and shut protagonist Adam inside saws, originality and shocking ending still makes it the best of the franchise.

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  • Not anymore.

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Ranking All the Saw Movies

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/22
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