Saw II

6.6 IMDb
28 October 2005 Release
$ 4 000 000 Budget
93 min Duration
Genres:Horror, Mystery
Year:2005
Countries:USA, Canada
Director:Darren Lynn Bousman
Writers:Leigh Whannell, Darren Lynn Bousman
3 Votes
67%

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Jigsaw returns. The brilliant mastermind behind the cruel identity is back for another round of his terrifically live or die games. When a new murder victim is found with all the signs of Jigsaws hand, Dectective Eric Matthews begins to investigate the full story and apprehends Jigsaw with a minimum lack of effort. Only for Jigsaw, getting caught is only one of the many parts of his plan. Eight more of his victims are already fighting for their lives its time for Eric Matthews to join, as the latest pawn on his vicious chalkboard.

Movie Comments

  1. Smoreni Zmaj, 2 weeks ago
    Movie has some really dull moments and its concentrated more on people panicking than on solving new puzzles and that disappointed me a little. At the other hand, it has some advantages to previous one. While in first movie Jigsaw appears just briefly, in second we have a chance to enjoy great performance of Tobin Bell. Twist at the end, that's maybe even better than in prequel, revels to us a puzzle more complex than last year's. Idea on which movie is based is better than one from previous movie, but realization is weaker. Overall, Saw II is somewhat weaker than its prequel, but still within solid eight.

    8/10
  2. TheLittleSongbird, 2 weeks ago
    Finally saw all the 'Saw' films prior to seeing 'Jigsaw' (as part of my wanting to see as many 2017 films as possible this year, during a quieter and less intensive period). Heard a lot about the films, good and bad, but wanted to see them for myself to know what to expect.

    The films as an overall series are a very mixed bag. The original 'Saw' had a great premise and while it was problematic it was still pretty good and one of the best in the series. Its first sequel is one of its few follow-ups to be just as good and contain what made its predecessor click as well as it did and, while it is full of its own problems, it is one of the better sequels by quite some way. It is very easy to see why people will dislike it, and the 'Saw' films in general, and no it is not because of the full throttle horror-like elements that are not for the faint hearted.

    'Saw II's' story is just as weak in the dialogue, here quite cheesy, half-baked and repetitive as well as at times rambling and sometimes irrelevant. Actually it's worse, at least the dialogue in the first 'Saw' had some tightness and intrigue, even if they didn't come consistently. The credibility lapses here are just as numerous and just as big, although the character behaviour here doesn't frustrate as much, nothing as bad as that for Danny Glover's character.

    Its twists are not as bold and are uneven in execution. Some of them are very clever and devilish, like the apprehending of Jigsaw, didn't see that one coming. Others are plain stupid and pretty predictable. The ending is a let-down, instead of the shocking one of the original this one was hideously contrived. The characters, other than Jigsaw and Eric, are basically cliché-ridden filler and are either bland, irritating or both.

    However, really liked that 'Saw II' was visually more elaborate and slicker than the production values of the first with much tighter, more audacious and more professional-looking editing. Even if one does miss somewhat the effectively claustrophobic feel. The music is eerily unsettling.

    Despite its ridiculousness, the story is also edge-of-your-seat and highly atmospheric. A lot of it delights and disturbs, with some truly imaginative traps and uncompromisingly brutal demises. The novelty has not worn off yet. The direction is serviceable and once again Jigsaw's modus operandi, impulse and justification sets him apart from most characters of his type.

    Saying that Donnie Wahlberg is a huge improvement over Cary Elwes is saying a lot, really not that hard to be better and one would have to be bottom of the barrel SyFy/The Asylum-level to be worse. Tobin Bell is terrifying as one of the most iconic villains of the past twenty years or so (or at least to me). Apart from Franky G the actors don't fare shabbily.

    In short, very uneven but for a horror sequel not bad at all. 6/10 Bethany Cox
  3. lorcan-61881, 2 weeks ago
    Saw was a big hit back in the year of 2004,so big,that even before the film was released some dude Darren something something was making Saw II,which is about another group of guilty people who've done guilty things as they desperately try to get out of Jigsaw's twisted games. So,when I saw Saw II,which was'int too long really ago,even though I saw all the others,I did'int think too much of it and I still don't. Saw II is nothing really great,in fact,I don't really see why people are saying its the best in the franchise,like sure,its got some really fun traps and some really cool characters,but I personally felt it was just another excuse to make another money making sequel,BUT,I don't actually think Darren wanted to make this actually crap,I could see some cool things in Saw II that like the first film were really cool,as,like I said,the traps..but,this film is OK. Saw II's OK everybody!