Actors of "Saw III"
Characters of "Saw III"
Directors of "Saw III"Darren Lynn BousmanBirthdate: 11 January 1979, Overland Park, Kansas, USA
Creators of "Saw III"Leigh WhannellBirthdate: 17 January 1977, Melbourne, Victoria, AustraliaJames WanBirthdate: 26 February 1977, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia
Critic Reviews of "Saw III"Village VoiceNovember 07, 2006
God or Jack Valenti only knows how this work of pure entertainment got an R rating 'for strong grisly violence and gore, sequences of terror and torture, nudity and language.'AV ClubNovember 03, 2006
Because of its efforts to make sense of the previous entries and even attempt an earnest parable about forgiveness, Saw III may be the best of the trilogy; hopefully, it'll encourage its makers to wrap the franchise on a relatively high note.Arizona RepublicNovember 02, 2006
Even splatter-film buffs should be offended by this piece of nonsense: Not because it's so gross, but because it's so dumb.Time OutNovember 02, 2006
The second Saw sequel develops the mythology of sadistic puppet-master Jigsaw in ambitious, gruesome but ultimately self-defeating ways.L.A. WeeklyNovember 01, 2006
All told, this is a more affecting study in grief, guilt and human frailty than Babel.Entertainment WeeklyNovember 01, 2006
Admit it: It's not every horror film that can make you feel preached at and slimed at the same time.KinetofilmFebruary 01, 2010
Images jump, blip, strobe, and shock like an epileptic seizure - all the result of director Darren Lynn Bousman's lack of trust in his screenplay.Cinema SightOctober 31, 2009
Witness the distortion of the series' original premise bastardized by those who believe they know better.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
The power of "Saw III" lies not in the gore, torture, or tension, but in the relationship between Amanda and Jigsaw.ColeSmithey.comApril 24, 2009
The extreme gore is gratuitous, and character development non-existent in a movie packed with the cookie-cutter visual design of the previous two films. Torturer, victim and audience become one.Screen InternationalJuly 23, 2008
Staying mostly faithful to the successful blueprint of its two earlier installments, Saw III is an adequate sequel that works well enough on its own terms.Projection BoothJanuary 17, 2008
Face your fears. A lesson worthy of praise, if the film preaching them weren't so completely full of s***.
Gallery of "Saw III"
Soundtracks of "Saw III"00:0000:00Pie or Strudel / Escaping Queenie and Tina’s ..Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.