I loved this show and was so disappointed when they cancelled it. You can watch it all again, over and over, and see subtle things you may have missed on the initial viewing.\n\nThe casting off all the actors in this show is absolutely great. The chemistry here is wonderful and they all play the parts extremely well.\n\nThe only thing I missed was having the music exactly like it was when the show aired. The change did not enhance anything, and was actually a bit annoying. I really liked the way it was on the TV show.\n\nAnother thing the video could have had that would have been great was the ability to select a few key scenes within the hour instead of having to go through everything to get to it. A very minor thing that though.
Once more, Wong raises questions of fate and predestination and, while throwing in a tasteless reference to 9/11, fails to address them. It's an orgy of cheerful carnage with no context or purpose and, worst of all, no suspense.
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.