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Saw 4 is quite a mixed bag really. I found some of it very good with an interesting variety of background stories on the victims and the background detail on Jigsaw himself was excellently done, providing an interesting, and one could argue humane reason for his change into a pyscho. However, as you clearly said this does indeed give an insight into many more sequels. As long as someone takes over the work, the films could go on and on and on. Ideally, ending it at number 3 would have been the sensible thing to do as number 4 feels like they couldn't decide on the end sequence, giving a confusing and disjointed feel to the last 20 mins or so. Enjoyable horror fayre but the uniqueness of the film has now been spoilt.

Posted 7 years 9 months ago by Britcitchris

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