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Saw II (2005)

R   |    |  Crime, Horror, Mystery

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A detective and his team must rescue 8 people trapped in a factory by the twisted serial killer known as Jigsaw.

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22 January 2008 | ma-cortes
| Good sequel with lots of thrills, horror and suspenseful
A few unfortunates people(Glenn Plummer,Enmanuel Vaugier,Beverly Mitchell,Erik Knudsen, among others) trapped into closed building and they must encounter a way out before inhale a lethal nerve gas. But they must also avoid the deadly traps Jigsaw(Tobin Bell) has set on the way. Meanwhile, a policemen(Donnie Wahlberg,Dina Meyer) and SWAT track down from him. Jigsaw, who is on the brink of death , has become obsessed for revenge and has prepared twisted traps. The group must race against the clock of Jigsaw's on ticket heart affected by cancer.

This second sequel from original by James Wan, packs grisly terror, tension, suspense and lots of blood and gore . The film takes accent as suspense as well as terror with creepy use of images- shock and slick edition. Provides an imaginative and well-knit screenplay plenty of twists and surprises . Sinister and mysterious atmosphere , well made by cameraman David Armstrong and eerie musical score adequate for mystery and tension by Charlie Clousier. The movie is again starred by Tobin Bell, he's a secondary actor working from the 80s in TV series(Walker Texas Rager, Stargate SG1, Alias, 24) and occasionally for cinema(Goodfellas, The firm, Ruby, Black mask 2), achieving success with Jigsaw character. The motion picture is well directed by Darren Lynn Bousman. It's followed by Saw III by same director and with Dina Meyer, Shawnee Smith and Costas Mandylor; Saw IV again with Donnie Wahlberg, Dina Meyer and in pre-production, Saw V directed by David Hacklin with Costas Mandylor.

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Did You Know?


A Ruger GP100 Revolver is used in a trap in which Xavier (Franky G) turns the key in the lock of a door and Gus (Tony Nappo) gets shot in the head as he looks through the peephole.


Michael Marks: Help! Anyone! He-elp!


(at around 1h 11 mins) The first time we see the number 9 on Addison's neck, it has a curvy line, looking like an upside-down 6. Later, when there are flashes of the previous numbers (at around 1h 21 mins), the 9 shows up with a straight line.

Alternate Versions

Differences in the Unrated version of SAW II include:

  • When the police are entering the Wilson Steel warehouse, three short cuts are shown of Jigsaw upstairs, realizing the police have arrived. When he realizes this, he calmly goes back to what he was working on.
  • When the police are approaching Jigsaw several scenes are added where he is eating Cheerios (as stated in the commentary on the original R-rated DVD).
  • Jigsaw has a few extra lines of dialogue with Detective Matthews, mentioning that he has "wiped the slate clean", and that most people are merely "sleepwalking".
  • When Obi is trapped in the oven, he attempts to break the glass on the far side as he is burning alive.
  • The scene of Amanda thrashing around in the syringe pit is extended.
  • In the bathroom, Charlie Clouser's score begins as Xavier begins cutting off his skin, and continues until he dies from his throat being slashed.
  • The opening scene with "The Venus Headtrap" is extended and the song "Irresponsible Hate Anthem (Venus Headtrap Mix)" is playing in the background.
  • The scene where Matthews is beating up Jigsaw is extended with one extra punch.


Burn The Witch
(UNKLE Variation)
Performed by
Queens of the Stone Age
Remix and additional production by James Lavelle (as J. Lavelle) and Richard File (as R. File) for UNKLE Entertainment
Written by Josh Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen (as Troy Van Leewan) & Joey Castillo
Courtesy of Interscope Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises


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