Uhm...Not a doll house. In Saw I there was a scene where the two detectives found a diorama of the Doctor and the photographer-for-hire in the room. Must be something like that too. Possibly three rooms attatched to each other. Hey, you either like the movie or ya don't, really. Goin' to see this one when its out in theaters. Can't wait!
(Juve4Life) Well, I'd respect dudette, instead of dude, but that's besides the point. They've all ready decided to release V in '08 and VI in '09, by the way. But think about it? We didn't get that much from Saw I, besides two guys locked in a bathroom. Besides the trap concearning Amanda, I didn't find any trap that "kudosable" if you will? Saw II. Ok, who the hell puts a furnace in a basement? The needle pit was a good trap, poking at the main fear of everyone, and the trap where the one woman winds up bleeding out wasn't that bad, but nothing else was really comparable to that of Saw IV. And Saw III, please. It wasn't about the person themself, but about Jeff, and his forgiveness. None of the traps seemed likeable to me. The Wrap was, ok, but I don't think we had a chance to fully understand it. So you have to take a bullet for the man who killed your child. That has a lot of meaning to Jeff, which we know as the main character, however, the trap itself wasn't that impressive. Now, c'mon. If you (Gawd forbid) were in an abusive relationship, wouldn't you want what that woman wanted? Sure, she was in pain, but a chance to hit her husbands vital points was probably enough to outmask the pain from the (stakes, can we call them?). Plus, the pain of abuse is nothing compared to what she went through. Of course, one trap I didn't really like was with the two men with the eyes and mouth sewn shut. If Art would've cut the patches off of his mouth, he could've tried talking to the unknown man with his eyes sewn shut. As for the twists? Saw I-Adam's screaming. Wow, can't get a better face than he showed. Of course, what really was Zepp's reason for his test? Saw II- Amanda as his apprentice. And Daniel stll alive. That was good, I will admit, but c'mon. Who has two houses that look EXACTLY the same on the inside? And how do you not notice all this stuff going on, as a neigbor? Saw III-"Amanda, I was testing you, because apparently, you don't listen, and we're not going to tell you what was in that letter until the next movie (not!)" Saw IV-Could we really have seen that coming? Another Jigsaw. C'mon! And he taught us something! To listen, just like he "taught" detective Matthews in Saw II. "All you have to do is talk to me, listen to me." It was an amazing twist. I didn't expect to see Hoffman as the new Jigsaw. And the end of the tape "you won't go untested" gives us a little foreshadowing to the fact that Hoffmann himself might be tested.
(Note: Possible semi-spoiler points ahead) Ah, I respect your comment, and your opinions, however, I do disagree with you. The "twist" was the most amazing of all twists I have seen throughout the Saw movies. If you think about it, how many times do we react on impulse, rather than thinking about the mistakes we have made before? Jigsaw was testing Rigg, and yes, we knew he was testing him on his impulse to save a life, though, how many people actually remember the first few minutes of the movie? Also, we now have a problem. There are two "Jigsaws" (can we call them that? Not implying to the character played by Tobin Bell, by the way) now. We have an intuition that Officer Rigg will be the next Jigsaw. He isn't a cop anymore. A cop is not the judge and jury, as Rigg was throughout the movie. A cop doesn't tie a man down to a bed and make him face his trap. He doesn't leave a woman to possibly die with so many wounds. He doesn't "see what I see" "feel what I feel" "save as I save". He does his job as an officer. So Rigg, now corrupted, is a candidate for the next Jigsaw. And what about the other officer? Has he gone through his trap yet? Or is he to yet be a victim of Jigsaw, or Rigg? Of course, one thing I will add as a dislike is how every victim revolves around one person. In Saw III, all victims to a trap revolved around Jeff, and he had to decide their judgement. Eric Matthews didn't have to do that with the people in Saw II. So it sort of ruined the "random" effect it had to it. Of course, it did sort of come back in Saw IV? Saw V will probably be better than Saw IV. We will just have to wait and see.