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Saw 3DWell, at least they know how to cut to the chase. With the subtlety and cunning of a dropped bag of hammers, the latest installment of this well worn franchise picks up immediately after the last. And it does so in a manner guaranteed to confuse anyone not intimately familiar with its history. In truth, Saw 3D is so amusingly over-baked and over-the-top from the start, it’s hard to be truly disturbed by any of it. In fact, it’s especially difficult not to chuckle when the majority of its performers are directed to consistently growl, scream and yell in cheesy histrionics. How exactly can a film build tension from there?

The film’s first major stunt involves a new and elaborate trap, set up in a very public courtyard (wonder how Jigsaw got the city permit for that one). It’s intended to punish a two-timing woman by forcing her two boyfriends to split her through the stomach with an oversize table saw blade — sounds reasonable enough. The end effect is certainly gory, but as filmed, the 3D adds little. As with many of the murders, the practical effect progresses as it would in 2D, with a hunk of obvious digital flesh, intestine or flesh hurled at the screen almost as an afterthought. Even an explosion appears routine, with a digital flaming plank of wood haphazardly thrown in at the end of the shot to remind viewers that they are, indeed, watching a 3D movie.

Honestly, at times it’s hard to even understand the lead villain’s logic – though that’s been an issue since the series began in 2004. Much of the plot this time out concerns Bobby (Sean Patrick Flanery), a self-help writer who has been dishonest, presenting himself as a Jigsaw survivor. He uses his notoriety to help and inspire other survivors and citizens in general to lead better lives.  What a bastard!  One wonders how long it will be before an unpaid parking ticket will land characters in a death trap (and most painful of all, be forced to endure sanctimonious pre-recorded diatribes from Jigsaw).  Regardless, Bobby, his staff and innocent girlfriend are tossed into an elaborate multifaceted trap scenario.  Of course, with the exception of Bobby, these characters have had little more than a line of dialogue, leaving them as obvious victims waiting to meet their fate.

What might be of more interest to fans is the second storyline. It follows the new Jigsaw, Hoffman (Costas Mandylor), now on a single-minded mission to murder the ex-wife (Betsy Russell) of the original Jigsaw (Tobin Bell, appearing in flashbacks), under the dubious protection of a detective, Gibson (Chad Donella).  But who is really masterminding events? When the twist occurs, of course, it doesn’t make any rational sense whatsoever

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