Monday, November 29, 2010

On "Saw 3D"

From The Dispatch:
It's the same old grisly song and dance, and even the 3-D fails to breathe new life into its tired bones. We have come to expect and even anticipate the now requisite twists at the end of each film (none have matched the original for sheer unexpectedness). And even though this final (?) entry in the series brings about a mostly satisfying conclusion to its characters, the film surrounding them is an all-too-familiar slog.
Click here to read my full review.

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