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scott b.
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Hey guys,

I just got back from watching this at the theater. I have to admit that it was very satisfying (althought the majority of people around me would be to differ). The question is, did anybody else go see it? What were your thoughts on it?
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I'm watching saw 1 on monday =D.. does saw 2 reveal the killer? or...
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Yes. And then some.
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Well Saw1 tells you who the killer is as well. I liked Saw2 a lot. The ending wasnt as good as the first one...but then again, I didn't expect it to be. Enjoy it.
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On 2005-10-30 23:10, AJOJRF wrote:
Well Saw1 tells you who the killer is as well. I liked Saw2 a lot. The ending wasnt as good as the first one...but then again, I didn't expect it to be. Enjoy it.


I actually thought the ending was a lot better. Hmmmm, maybe I am overdue for Saw 1 again. In Saw 1 you see the killer, but it doesn't really introduce him like Saw 2 does. Yup, time for Saw 1 again.
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I saw Saw 1 but I haven't seen Saw 2. My daughter and her friends went to see Saw 2, and even bought tickets for a later show. They ran into a another friend that had just seen Saw 2 and said it was awful. She said that she saw Saw 1 and liked it, but regretted that she paid to see Saw 2. My daughter and her friends got a refund and never went to see Saw 2.

I don't know yet if I will see Saw 2 or not. I would like to hear many positive reviews to offset what my daughter's friend had to say after she saw Saw 2. I may wait to see Saw 2 after it comes to pay-per-view.


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People say Saw2 was bad because the ending wasnt as good as Saw1. Anyone who has seen the first one will tell you it would be VERY hard to make a better ending to Saw2 than Saw1. For the story line I think the ending (and movie in general) of Saw2 was really cool. I cant think of a better way to end the movie.
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On 2005-10-31 13:26, AJOJRF wrote:
People say Saw2 was bad because the ending wasnt as good as Saw1. Anyone who has seen the first one will tell you it would be VERY hard to make a better ending to Saw2 than Saw1. For the story line I think the ending (and movie in general) of Saw2 was really cool. I cant think of a better way to end the movie.


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Saw still reminds me way too much of college.

I kept expecting one of them to turn in their findings to their psych professor for a grade or perhaps just some blackmail evidence or a pet held hostage.

Now if you want an "A" in the course you will need to turn in some experimental data. I have the protocols in this folder. It's really up to you.
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I have yet to see saw or see saw 2 too or eithier. I did say I saw a seesaw but that was different, do you see what I am sawing I mean saying...ohh forget it..


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John huh? Is this what happened to John Galt?
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Ok I read this thread becasue it has not gotten here yet but I loved the original. Please no spoilers..
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The film does seem to offer a dark reflection upon Alan Moore's story V for Vendetta. One might hope for some easier options between the two, and such might be what John Galt suggests. Odd to find Ms. Rand as a moderate in this day and age.
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Cant wait to see it...
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So if you saw Saw 1 by the sea shore and see Saw 2 you saw the one scene I've seen 2.


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On 2005-11-01 12:13, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
John huh? Is this what happened to John Galt?


"Who is John Galt?" - A character in one of the most annoying books I've ever read!
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I thought it rocked. I watched in in an Imax theater, which I didn't like. The movie itself was awesome. You have no idea what is going on. It's nuts.

one warning, if you're queezy before going to see this, you might puke. There are quite a few gory moments in this flick.
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