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Saw: The Final Chapter (2010)

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As a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw's brutal legacy, a group of Jigsaw survivors gathers to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, a man whose own dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror.

Director: Kevin Greutert
Writers: Marcus Dunstan, Patrick Melton.

Release Date: 2010-10-21
Status: Released
Run time: 90 min / 1:30
Budget: $20,000,000
Revenue: $136,150,434
Production Companies : Lionsgate, Twisted Pictures, Serendipity Productions
Production Countries: Canada, United States of America
Release Date: 2010-10-21
Status: Released
Run time: 90 min / 1:30
Budget: $20,000,000
Revenue: $136,150,434

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Tobin Bell
as Jigsaw / John
Costas Mandylor
as Mark Hoffman
Betsy Russell
as Jill Tuck
Cary Elwes
as Dr. Lawrence Gordon
Sean Patrick Flanery
as Bobby Dagen
Gina Holden
as Joyce
Tanedra Howard
as Simone
Greg Bryk
as Mallick
Chad Donella
as Gibson
Chester Bennington
as Evan


Writing Marcus Dunstan Screenplay
Writing Patrick Melton Screenplay
Directing Kevin Greutert Director
Production Mark Burg Producer
Production Oren Koules Producer
Production Peter Block Executive Producer
Production Daniel J. Heffner Executive Producer
Production Stacey Testro Executive Producer
Production James Wan Executive Producer
Production Leigh Whannell Executive Producer
Sound Charlie Clouser Original Music Composer
Costume & Make-Up Alex Kavanagh Costume Design
Art Anthony Ianni Production Design
Art Peter Grundy Art Direction
Camera Brian Gedge Director of Photography
Editing Andrew Coutts Editor
Art Liesl Deslauriers Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Stephanie Ingram Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Colin Penman Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up François Dagenais Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Production Kym Crepin Production Manager
Directing Steve Webb First Assistant Director
Directing David McLeod First Assistant Director
Directing David McAree First Assistant Director
Art Rob Valeriote Construction Coordinator
Art James R. Murray Property Master
Sound Dale Lennon ADR Editor
Sound Pat Cassin Boom Operator
Sound Gordon Chacra Boom Operator
Sound Moshe Saadon Boom Operator
Sound Jill Purdy Dialogue Editor
Sound Steve Baine Foley
Sound Katie Halliday Sound Effects Editor
Sound Richard Harkness Sound Effects Editor
Sound Keith Elliott Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Andrew Tay Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Mark Zsifkovits Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Mark Gingras Supervising Sound Editor
Sound John Douglas Smith Supervising Sound Editor
Visual Effects Ariel Joson 3D Animator
Visual Effects Phil Dakin 3D Artist
Visual Effects Doug Law 3D Artist
Visual Effects Zachary Lowe 3D Artist
Visual Effects Beryl Wu 3D Artist
Visual Effects Rob Sanderson Special Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects James Thomson Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Tavia Charlton Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Marc Whaley Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Peter Denomme Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Jon Campfens Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Tom Turnbull Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Wendy Whaley Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Don Asido Visual Effects Technical Director
Lighting Kevin Craine Best Boy Electrician
Lighting Doug Reid Best Boy Electrician
Camera Michael Fylyshtan Camera Operator
Camera Mark Hroch Steadicam Operator
Camera Anton Van Rooyen Second Unit Director of Photography
Camera Patrick King Dolly Grip
Lighting Craig Bulmer Electrician
Lighting Steve Langer Electrician
Lighting Desiree Lidon Electrician
Lighting Neil Saito Electrician
Lighting Paul Sheehan Electrician
Lighting Marek Krawczyk Electrician
Lighting Herb Reischl Jr. Gaffer
Lighting Tim Lovell Electrician
Lighting Robert McRae Gaffer
Lighting Norman O'Halloran Gaffer
Camera Monty Montgomerie Key Grip
Lighting Edward Lipscombe Rigging Grip
Lighting Hugh Brule Rigging Grip
Lighting Malcolm Nefsky Rigging Grip
Camera Brooke Palmer Still Photographer
Costume & Make-Up Mia Sturup Assistant Costume Designer
Editing Peter Armstrong Digital Intermediate
Editing Lee Hughes Digital Intermediate
Editing Motassem Younes Digital Intermediate
Editing Robert Doyle First Assistant Editor
Directing Patricia Joyes Script Supervisor
Directing Margaret Tanod Script Supervisor
Directing Elizabeth Tremblay Script Supervisor
Sound Erich Preston Music Editor

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  • Well, I won't give any details, but if you look at the beginning of this review, you'll see that one of the reasons I gave up on the Saw franchise was because that character kept winning. So if I like The Final Chapter this much, that pretty much tells you how he ends up.

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  • While we can’t be for sure until the box office receipts are counted and some time has gone by, Saw 3D is supposedly the final chapter in the series, which is the first franchise to ever deliver a record 7 movies in 7 years (not counting pornos, I guess).

  • The final chapter at last! Really enjoyed all the Saw films, but even I'll admit the whole franchise has been milked way too much. This last installment is more of the same, surprise surprise, but most fans should be satisfied enough.

  • This review of Saw: The Final Chapter is part of the Saw Franchise Retrospective series in anticipation of this month’s release of Jigsaw. If nothing else, the Saw franchise is consistent in its formula.

  • The Final Chapter must surely kill off the Saw series; does it exit with a bang, or a whimper? Mark Lee finds out.