Saw IV (2007)

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Titolo originale: Saw IV–>
Genere: Poliziesco, Horror, Thriller–>
Durata: 93–>
Nazione: USA, Canada–>

  • Darren Lynn Bousman

Scritto da:

  • Patrick Melton (sceneggiatura)
  • Marcus Dunstan (sceneggiatura)
  • Patrick Melton (storia)
  • Marcus Dunstan (storia)
  • Thomas H. Fenton (storia)- nel ruolo di Thomas Fenton)


  • Troy Begnaud (produttore associato)
  • Peter Block (produttore esecutivo)
  • Mark Burg (regista)
  • Jason Constantine (produttore esecutivo)
  • Greg Copeland (co-produttore)
  • Daniel J. Heffner (produttore esecutivo – nel ruolo di Daniel Jason Heffner)
  • Gregg Hoffman (regista)
  • Oren Koules (regista)
  • Stacey Testro (produttore esecutivo)
  • James Wan (produttore esecutivo)
  • Leigh Whannell (produttore esecutivo)


  • Charlie Clouser

Trama del film:

Jigsaw and his apprentice Amanda are dead. Now, upon the news of Detective Kerry's murder, two seasoned FBI profilers, Agent Strahm and Agent Perez, arrive in the terrified community to assist the veteran Detective Hoffman in sifting through Jigsaw's latest grisly remains and piecing together the puzzle. However, when SWAT Commander Rigg is abducted and thrust into a game, the last officer untouched by Jigsaw has but ninety minutes to overcome a series of demented traps and save an old friend or face the deadly consequences. Written by Lionsgate

During the autopsy of John Kramer, the coroner finds a tape inside his stomach and calls Detective Hoffman. Meanwhile, the police find Detective Kerry dead and the SWAT Commander Rigg is absolutely traumatized with the tortured corpse of Kerry and obsessed to save Detective Eric Matthews that has been missing for six months; however Hoffman asks him to take vacations and leave the case. The FBI agents Strahm and Perez join Hoffman's team to investigate the legacy of Jigsaw. However, Rigg is abducted and forced to participate in another sick game to save Eric's life. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



1 Comment


    Matt_Layden said

    February 26 2012 @ 21:34

    Jigsaw is dead, but his game is far from over. A detective is on the
    hunt for clues around the city, in which he must act in the same manner
    as Jigsaw with the victims he finds. He must do this in order to find
    the location of two of his colleagues and save them.

    It's easy to see how the SAW franchise, as it is now called, is turning
    into the same mess that struck Friday the 13th, Halloween and Nightmare
    On Elm Street. The story is over, but the cash flow still has some
    juice in it. In this installment Jigsaw is dead, but his cruel game
    continues. How you might ask? Well, if I were to explain that, it would
    ruin the film, but it's hard to review this film without leaking

    The original SAW redefined the horror genre, so much so that there are
    now countless imitators. It packed the goods in gore and a shocking
    twist at the end. The sequel, which really was not needed, tried to
    capitalize on the same system. It failed. Yet still made boatloads of
    money. Hence the 3rd, and this film and of course the next one. SAW IV
    becomes a parody of itself, unintentionally mind you. It tries to
    re-capture the essence of the original from plot points to the twist,
    which is a staple in the series now. Why SAW IV doesn't work as well as
    it wants to, is because it's far too confusing and doesn't satisfy it's
    audience, instead it leaves more holes, that will be filled in by it's
    sequel, much like how this one filled in some from the 3rd.

    SAW IV answers the questions, such as who the blonde woman was in
    Jigsaw's dreams and why he covered the tape in wax. Yet leaves out
    other things, specifically what the letter said to Amanda. It could
    have easily been explained, but they wanted to leave as much story as
    possible to continue this franchise, which should have been over at 1
    and could have been wrapped up completely with 3. This leaves the
    audience confused, as well as angry. When the final credits rolled up I
    sat back in my chair and asked myself if they really answered anything
    as to why it ended the way it did…it doesn't. It throws in that twist
    that is expected, but doesn't bother to explain it. I guess we have to
    wait another year to find out why things happened the way they did.

    SAW IV is gory, probably the worst out of all of them, but not quite as
    nerve flinching as the others. It doesn't have any scenes that make you
    squirm in your seat like when Dr. Gordon saws off his foot, or when
    Amanda falls into the pit full of needles, or even when Detective
    Matthews smashes hiss foot with the toilet cover. Those small things
    are the ones that get the audience; this film simply shows the bloody
    entrails of people.

    I will give credit to where it's due. The film stays consistent with
    the others and I applause the actors and writers for continuing certain
    characters through out the entire series. It gives fans goose bumps
    when they see a familiar face. Also, the twist, which fails in
    comparison to the first two but it better then the third, is adequate.
    In fact there is more then one twist. We also get some more background
    history on Jigsaw, who he was before he became a psychopath. A little
    hint as to why as well.

    We can't connect to any of these characters. Characters from the
    previous films that show up here, have very little screen time and are
    killed off. Why have them survive through all this stuff just to kill
    them off. It cheapens the films in which we root for them to live; we
    know their fate in the end. There may have been characters that you
    cared for in previous installments that were trapped in Jigsaw's game,
    this time around, unless you knew them from before, we know their fate,
    we know we don't care.

    The ending will confuse the hell out of a lot of people; I had to take
    a minute to figure it out myself. Maybe because it was really well
    written, or horrible executed, I haven't decided yet. I found myself
    sitting there with a confused look across my face, wanting more, not
    simply because I wanted more, but because the film needed more. The
    film has a lot of stuff going on, it's not to know who' who, who's
    dead, what's going on where and so on.If you've missed one film in the
    series, you will most likely be lost in this film. It asks you, as do
    the others, to pay attention to the previous films. I really enjoy
    that; it asks the audience to think a little bit, which is usually
    missing from horror films these days.

    It's a tad better then the second and third, but falls apart near the
    end. This time around we can't seem to care for the guy whose trapped
    in Jigsaw's mind game. We've come to expect the unexpected, we've comes
    to be grossed out. Have the makers of this series run their course?
    Well, after the next film, to tie everything up, I hope the answer is
    yes. The first is still the best and I cannot imagine the next one
    being any better.

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