Saw VI (2009)

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Titolo originale: Saw VI–>
Genere: Horror, Mystery, Thriller–>
Durata: 90–>
Nazione: Canada, USA, UK, Australia–>

  • Kevin Greutert

Scritto da:

  • Patrick Melton (sceneggiatura)
  • Marcus Dunstan (sceneggiatura)


  • Troy Begnaud (co-produttore)
  • Peter Block (produttore esecutivo)
  • Mark Burg (regista)
  • Daniel J. Heffner (produttore esecutivo)
  • Kaleigh Kavanagh (produttore associato)
  • Oren Koules (regista)
  • Stacey Testro (produttore esecutivo)
  • James Wan (produttore esecutivo)
  • Leigh Whannell (produttore esecutivo)


  • Charlie Clouser

Trama del film:

Special Agent Strahm is dead, and Detective Hoffman has emerged as the unchallenged successor to Jigsaw's legacy. However, when the FBI draws closer to Hoffman, he is forced to set a game into motion, and Jigsaw's grand scheme is finally understood. Written by Anonymous

The body of Agent Strahm is completely smashed and destroyed and Detective Mark Hoffman frames him. Strahm is accused of being Jigsaw's apprentice and the FBI chases him. Dan Erickson calls Hoffman and he learns that Agent Lindsey Perez has not died. When Dan finds a tape with the voice of the killer, he invites Hoffman and Perez to go with him to the laboratory to see the progress with the identification of the real voice. John's widow Jill Tuck receives a box from his lawyer with six envelops with instructions and she gives the first five to Hoffman. The unethical CEO of the Umbrella Health, William Easton, and his team are abducted and William is forced to play a game and choose who will live or die to save his family and him. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



1 Comment


    Bleam66 said

    February 26 2012 @ 14:47

    Coming back from the midnight viewing, I am seriously shocked. I
    remember this time last year writing a review for SAW V, and from first
    impressions, I enjoyed it. Digging deeper though after-wards, I
    realized how much was wrong. This time however, several friends came
    along, avid fans of disliking the newer installments. Well, I am happy
    to say, they finally did something right.

    The very first thing I noticed that was different was the pacing of the
    movie. The opening scene is a trap. I will not reveal who, or why for
    that matter, you pay good money to find out after all. Though after
    that, the movie takes a very different tone. While everyone probably is
    used to the nature of SAW not wasting any time, they took a different
    approach for the sixth installment.

    We begin to follow where SAW V left off, Hoffman emerging victorious,
    or so it may seem. And soon enough, the introduction of our newest test
    subject, William. It's hard to get into the character without spoiling
    anything, so if I seem vague, you know why. William is an insurance
    agent, the vice president of his company as a matter of fact. In that,
    he made a formula on how to determine who should be eligible for health
    insurance. Needless to say, John Kramer was a former associate of his.

    Jill, the ex-wife of the infamous Jigsaw Killer was also presented a
    box. The box plays a large role this time around and again, I will not
    spoil it. Her role in the grand scheme of things is further explained
    and finally understood. Everything between her past with John, her
    present with Hoffman, and if she truly is part of the scheme, or just
    another person wanting to escape it all.

    The story is nice refresher from the original pace and nicely executed.
    Acting this time around as well was great.

    My only complaint is how even though the ending will surprise you,
    there has been so much exposed through previous installments, you feel
    less than shocked. Those who remember previous SAW's will understand
    what I mean by shock.

    There is a lot answered this time around, near everything actually. Be
    it the letter from SAW III, Hoffman's true intentions, Jill's
    involvement, and Jigsaw's grand scheme, everything will be fully
    explained this time around. I highly recommenced this SAW, especially
    if you want to give it that one last chance to see if it can be saved.
    Personally, I find it redeeming and if they continue with refreshing
    courses such as this, SAW could go on forever.

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