The \"Saw\" franchise is really one of the few entire franchises that my generation (1986) has witnessed. And \"Saw: The Final Chapter\" is a great way to end it!\n\nWhile the DVD itself isn't loaded with extras (hence the 4\/5 rating), it's still a wonderful movie. I experienced no problems with the DVD itself, either.\n\nI would recommend this DVD to anyone who loves the \"Saw\" series of movies, or anyone who likes horror\/suspense\/thriller movies in general!
First of all this 3-D movie needs a 3-D TV . I was not happy that that was NOT made clear. I opened the movie expecting paper 3-D glasses and there were none to be found. That aside, the movie was just plain bad, and I do mean bad. Nothing to enjoy 3-D or not.
The screenplay, by Steven Katz, suffers from arch, almost unspeakably theatrical dialogue, and, as Murnau, John Malkovich recites his lines as if monomania were synonymous with monotonic: He drains the drama of blood.