Saw 3D

Saw 3D is a 2010 film and the final film in the Saw series. Following his attempted murder, Mark Hoffman hunts down Jill Tuck before she can reveal his identity. Meanwhile, a new wave of terror is unleashed when self-help guru and Jigsaw survivor Bobby Dagen's dark secrets are revealed.

Directed by Kevin Greutert. Written by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan.
Every Master Craftsman and all True Geniuses always save their Best for Last. Taglines


John Kramer/JigsawEdit

QuotesEdit

  • You can't hide. [from trailer]
  • This game has a new design. [trailer]
  • Fear. Suffering. Death. You haven't seen anything yet. [from trailer]
  • All of my work has been leading to this. [from trailer]
  • Since the beginning, you have watched others suffer. Now it is your turn to play. [from trailer]
  • The last piece of the puzzle is you. [from trailer]
  • Game over! [from Saw flashback]
  • In ancient Egypt, if you were speaking under oath, you were required to say, "If I'm lying, take me to the quarries." [...] I'll tell you what it means. It means, if you knowingly lied on the public record, you were subject to a period of enslavement.
  • Congratulations, Dr. Gordon. You survived.
  • Some people are so ungrateful to be alive, but not you. Not anymore...

TapesEdit

  • Hello, Dr. Gordon. You are perhaps my greatest asset. Without you, my work over the last few years would not have been possible. That having been said, I have a request. Watch over Jill and should anything happen to her, I want you to act immediately on my behalf. In return for that, I will keep no more secrets from you. I've showed you a lot of places, but there is one that will be perhaps the most meaningful to you.

Mark HoffmanEdit

QuotesEdit

  • You wanna know the only thing wrong with killing you, Jill? I can only do it once.
  • I've been looking for you.
  • How do I look?
  • Fucking Bitch!
  • [slamming Jill's head into a table] You... fucking... cunt!
  • Game over.
  • What the fuck do you think you're doing?!
  • You can't fucking do this to me!

Tapes/VideosEdit

  • Hello, Brad. Hello, Ryan. I want to play a game. The same woman has played each of you for a fool, manipulating your love for her and causing nothing but pain. Her fun and games pushed you both to break the law to fulfill her material needs. She is toxic. And today, all of your transgressions will be made public. Now you must choose who will drop out of this triangle, for within sixty seconds, one of you must die. If you wish to save her, then the saws must be pushed all the way to one side or the other, sparing her while proving who is indeed the alpha male. Are you both strong enough to walk away from what is destroying you, or will you fight one more time for the heart that binds? You have sixty seconds to decide. Live or die. Make your choice.
  • Hello, Evan. I want to play a game. The situation you find yourself in is of your own doing. You, your girlfriend and your friends are all racists. You have intimidated others based on their physical differences. But today, it is you who will run scared. Your pathetic friends follow your every word, Evan. Therefore, you will be the only one capable of saving them and yourself. In thirty seconds, the jacks holding up this car will fall, setting off a deadly chain of events. In order to stop this from happening, you must tear yourself away from the seat to which you are glued. Then you must pull the red lever before you. But no act comes without a sacrifice. You've judged others by the color of their skin, and today, Evan, you will learn that we are all the same color on the inside. Live or die, Evan. The choice is yours.
  • Hello, Bobby. I want to play a game. You have amassed wealth, fame and notoriety based on your story of survival. Many have aided in your cause. Few know the truth. You are a liar. You and I both know you have never been in a trap, nor have you ever been tested. Today, these lies will come full circle and you will learn if you truly have what it takes to call yourself a survivor. The cage you find yourself in will symbolize your rebirth. Within the next sixty minutes, you must stay on the path of learning and traverse a series of obstacles to obtain access to your wife, who you have also deceived. If you fail to reach her before the clock runs out, she will die. Live or die, Bobby. Make your choice.
  • Hello, Bobby. Before you is one of your trusted colleagues. She has been your publicist for years, knowing your lies, but choosing to speak no evil. She has been richly rewarded for her words, but today, she will be rewarded for her silence. In the X-ray you will see a key - the key to Nina's survival, which will shut off her device. But there's a catch. You have one minute to pull the fishhook from her stomach and unlock the device, or else the four spikes will penetrate her throat, silencing Nina forever. Remember, the spikes will also advance each time the decibel level in this room rises above a whisper, killing her even sooner. Will Nina live or die, Bobby? The choice is yours.
  • Hello, Bobby. The feeling running through your body is fear - the fear of not knowing if you have what it takes to survive. Before you is your lawyer, who swore an oath of ethics, but chose to see no evil in order to benefit herself. Once her device begins to rotate, it will pierce her eyes and mouth if you don't delay its movement for at least thirty seconds. To do this, you must step into the other machine and lift the bars to the highest position long enough to close the circuit, slowing down her device. If you do nothing, she will wind to her death before the clock runs out. Do you have what it takes to help her? Make your choice.
  • Hello, Bobby. Across from you is your closest friend. He knows all your sins, yet he acts as though he hears no evil. Today, what he hears will be the difference between life and death. Bobby, you must help Cale to walk over the planks and get as close to you as possible. Find your own way across the beams to the key. You must get it over the last span between you. If the noose around Cale's neck is not removed within sixty seconds, a winch will be engaged and your secret will be left hanging. Does Cale live or die, Bobby? The choice is yours.
  • Hello, Bobby. Before you is the door that leads to your wife. However, you must first make a choice. As you may have guessed, your decision will be as difficult as pulling teeth. The lock before you requires a four-digit combination to open. However, if it is access you seek, then a true sacrifice will have to be made. Watch and learn, Bobby. The necessary numbers have been etched onto two of your teeth. Look to the chart as a reference for which teeth to pull and in which order to enter the digits. Time is ticking down. You must make your decision quickly.
  • Hello, Bobby. You have almost completed your rebirth. However, your final task will be your most difficult. The woman before you symbolizes your success. She is your trophy, and she has seen the good in your message, despite its dishonest beginnings. Today, we will see if you can truly earn her love. To prove your status as a survivor, you must overcome a game that should be all too familiar. You supposedly survived it once already, so it should be easy to survive once again. Pierce the hooks through your chest muscles and the game will begin. In order to free yourself and your wife, you must hoist yourself with these chains and connect the extension cords above you before the clock expires. Both hands will be needed to complete this task, but that should be simple - for as you claimed to understand, the pectoral muscles can easily support your weight. So I ask you, Bobby: when you embrace every day as if it is your last, will it be with your wife? Make your choice.
  • Hello, Gibson. Been a long time. What I want is simple. Give me Jill Tuck. You're protecting her despite the fact that she had direct knowledge throughout, which makes her complicit in every death. I'll make you a deal. Give her to me, the game stops, no one else dies. If not, everyone dies and you'll be to blame. Make your choice. The clock's ticking.
  • Hello, Gibson. Once again, we're at a moral crossroad. I don't blame you for not giving me Jill Tuck, but you shouldn't let an old grudge cloud your judgement. Look to where you're being led. Look beyond the crossroad to the Clear Dawn. Do you see it?

Jill TuckEdit

  • Game over.
  • My husband had an accomplice. A person who assisted him in almost every murder. This person will go on killing until he's stopped.
  • He is Detective Mark Hoffman.
  • I'll give you everything, whatever you want. As long as I have your protection and complete immunity. Do we have a deal?

Bobby DagenEdit

  • I pretty much realized I couldn't hold on much longer, and I had to accept the fact that I was going to die. And then I saw something. And what I saw was my life. It was... it was a tragedy. I tell you. Something inside me started to grow, something from the bottom of my soul and, I decided to live.
  • I hadn't just survived. I was reborn. This was my life!
  • Look around at all these people. Taking their lives for granted. They all found something positive in their experiences
  • We shouldn't be ashamed of what we've gone through. Because we're good and we are strong!
  • I'd like everybody to look at something. Right here. [opens shirt, revealing several scars across his chest] These are my scars. Because our minds will heal, but these scars will never go away. This scar should not be a symbol of shame. It should be worn as a badge of courage.
  • [about Dr. Gordon's appearance at a session with other Jigsaw survivors] He's been at these meetings longer than I have. He's fine.
  • [watching a Jigsaw survivor on TV in a flashback] If something like that doesn't get you to change your perspective on life, I don't know what will.
  • Nina, please. Please, just for me. Just shut the fuck up!
  • Why wouldn't you just SHUT THE FUCK UP?! You just needed to shut up!
  • I lied. I was never in a trap.

Matt GibsonEdit

  • [about Jill] She looks crazier than a sack full of cats.
  • You've got to give before you can receive in this house, Jill.
  • When you told me Hoffman had it in for you, you didn't mention that it was because you tried to kill him!
  • You're crazy. I knew you were crazy the minute I laid eyes on you. Crazy. Okay, this is what we're going to do, Crazy.

Lawrence GordonEdit

  • Bravo. To be able to sustain such a traumatic experience and yet find the positive in that grisly act. It's a remarkable feat indeed. [stands] Remarkable. If not a little perverse.
  • I'm sure I speak for everyone here when I say how grateful we are to be a part of your... "promotional... DVD." [claps mockingly]
  • I don't think so.
  • (Last words) Game over.

OtherEdit

  • Nina: [to Suzanne] Okay, why don't you let me do the public relations and you do the legal paperwork, okay?
  • Reporter: Tonight, a house of horrors was discovered at what used to be known as the Rowan Zoological Institute. The body of Umbrella Health CEO William Easton has been identified as one of the several victims of this grisly crime scene. However, we have also been informed that there may be as many as seven survivors from this deadly event. Hopefully, the many questions of the police, the FBI and the victims' families may be answered by those seven civilians lucky enough to walk away from this unprecedented display of brutality.


DialogueEdit

Ryan: What the fuck is this?
Brad: The fuck are you doing here?
Ryan: What the fuck are you doing here?

Ryan: [after scarring Brad across the chest with the saw] You love him?!
Dina: No!
Ryan: You love him more than me?!
Dina: No, I didn't say that! I always loved you! Do it for me, please. You gotta kill him! Kill Brad! Do it!
Ryan: You lying slut!
[Ryan pulls his saw back, aiming the middle one at Dina. Brad pushes his forward, moving it away.]
Dina: What the fuck are you doing?!
Ryan: You don't love anybody! You cheat and liar. Fuck you! Fuck you! [turns to Brad] Brad! Brad, look at me! Is the chick you fucked in your bed two days ago worth one of our lives? Not worth it, man. She's not worth it. Right?!
Brad: [reluctantly] Yeah!
Dina: What are you doing, you fucking asshole?!
Ryan: I think we're breaking up with you, Dina!
[Time runs out and Dina is lowered onto the center saw, which cuts her in half]

Jill Tuck: Game over.
Mark Hoffman: No! No, you fucking bitch!

Matt Gibson: What do we got here?
Rogers: That's Jill Tuck, Jigsaw's widow.
Matt Gibson: What does she want?
Rogers: All she said was that she didn't trust the FBI and she didn't trust homicide.
Matt Gibson: Well, good.
Rogers: And she just wants to talk to you.

Jill Tuck: I need complete immunity.
Matt Gibson: Why do you want immunity, Ms. Tuck?
Jill Tuck: Because of what I know.
Matt Gibson: Which is what?
Jill Tuck: Do we have a deal?
Matt Gibson: You've got to give before you can receive in this house, Jill.
Jill Tuck: My husband John had an accomplice. A person who assisted him with almost every murder.
Matt Gibson: Look, don't get me wrong here. I'm all ears if you've got something legit that you want to put on the table.
Jill Tuck: This person will go on killing until he's stopped. You know him. And he definitely knows you.
Matt Gibson: Is that right?
Jill Tuck: He is Detective Mark Hoffman.
Matt Gibson: You willing to sign a sworn affidavit?
Jill Tuck: Yes.
Matt Gibson: You swear to be totally open, you tell me everything, no matter how personal or private?
Jill Tuck: Yes. I'll give you evidence, whatever you want. As long as I have your protection and complete immunity. Do we have a deal?
Matt Gibson: Oh, yeah. Yeah, we have a deal.

Reporter: Welcome back. We're live with Bobby Dagen, whose national tour, "Survive: My Story of Overcoming Jigsaw," rolls into town this weekend. Now, you're quite the national phenomenon these days, aren't you?
Bobby Dagen: Well, thank you, Pam. It's quite flattering how many people have responded to my story and if I can help a few people along the way, then I'm pleased.
Reporter: Now, you survived a trap created by the infamous Jigsaw Killer. Correct?
Bobby Dagen: Yes, ma'am.
Reporter: Well, everyone must ask you this question: what was that like?
Bobby Dagen: [pause] Life changing. It was something I never anticipated. Quite honestly, something that should've killed me.
Reporter: Tell me more. Tell me about the actual experience.
Bobby Dagen: I-I-I actually have no recollection of how I got there. I just remember the feeling of waking up trapped. I had to insert two hooks into my pectoral muscles and hoist myself up to a platform.
Reporter: You put the hooks in yourself?
Bobby Dagen: I did. I pretty much realized I couldn't hold on much longer, and I had to accept the fact that I was going to die. And then I saw something. And what I saw was my life. It was... it was a tragedy. I achieved nothing. Right then. Something inside me started to grow, something from the bottom of my soul and, I just - I decided to live. I found the strength I'd long thought had expired, and I just yanked, and I yanked, and when I got to the top, I just ripped the hooks out of my chest. It was-it was- there was blood everywhere and I just screamed. I just sat there and screamed. Because I hadn't just survived. I was reborn. This was my life!

Joyce Dagen: [after Bobby has been chewed out for not following a script] Don't worry about them. You looked great.
Bobby Dagen: Yeah?
Joyce Dagen: Your story's real and people feel that. I know you can get overwhelmed at times. But we have to keep moving forward, Bobby. You were meant to do this.

Bobby Dagen: Sidney, look at me. You made a decision. How did that make you feel?
Sidney Harris: Free. He was abusive. I tried to stop it before, but it wasn't until that moment that I really did something. It was him or me and I chose to live. It was the best thing that ever happened to me.
Simone: That's a bunch of bullshit. He had to die for you to leave him? You know the best thing that happened to me after having to cut off my own arm is handicapped parking at the damn mall! What the hell is a camera here for, anyway?
Bobby Dagen: I am simply here to illustrate the fact that a traumatic experience such as the kind that each one of us have been forced to endure can have a positive outcome. That's all.
Simone: Yeah. Like what?
Bobby Dagen: A new perspective on life. [she starts to say something] Wait! [stands] I know. I understand that you're not that place yet. I understand and I respect that. But you look around at all these people, taking their lives for granted. Eventually they all found something positive in their experience. We should never be ashamed of what we've gone through. Because we're good and we are strong! [begins unbuttoning his shirt] You know what? I'd like everybody to look at something. Right here. [opens his shirt, revealing several scars across his chest] These are my scars. Because our minds will heal, but these scars will never go away. This scar should not be a symbol of shame. It should be worn as a badge of courage. You know, eariler, I... spoke of valuing your loved ones. But to be perfectly honest, it was something I never did prior to my ordeal. But since then, I have found someone who has truly become my rock. Joyce, if you could... [she comes up to him] Please. This is my lovely wife, Joyce.
Joyce Dagen: I love you. [kisses him]
Bobby Dagen: I love you, too, baby.
Lawrence Gordon: [clapping] Bravo. To be able to sustain such a traumatic experience and, uh, and yet find the positive in that grisly act. It's a remarkable feat indeed. [stands, and approaches the group] Remarkable. If not a little perverse. I'm sure I speak for everyone here when I say how grateful we are to be a part of your... promotional... DVD. [claps mockingly; the group joins in]

Cale: So, what's with the creepy guy with the cane? Someone I should know about?
Bobby Dagen: No. No, he's been at these meetings longer than I have. He's fine.

Matt Gibson: [eating an apple, looking at two charred halves of a corpse] What happened to him?
Dr. Heffner: They always tell you not to smoke at the gas station.

Matt Gibson: [answers cell phone] What's up, man?
Rogers: I'm at a junkyard on 58.
Matt Gibson: Why?
Rogers: Call came in about a car crash.
Matt Gibson: Car crash. Why are you there?
Rogers: It's not just a car crash. It's a trap.
Matt Gibson: How many bodies?
Rogers: Enough pieces to make four.

Rogers: What do you think?
Matt Gibson: Why? Why this display? Why them? Why now?
Rogers: We know he likes to put on a show.
Matt Gibson: No. There's gotta be something else.

[Bobby finds himself in a round cage with S.U.R.V.I.V.E etched onto the bottom.
Bobby Dagen: Help! [begins kicking at the floor of the cage]
[Billy appears on a TV.]
Tape: Hello, Bobby. I want to play a game. You have amassed wealth, fame and notoriety based on your story of survival. Many have aided in your cause. Few know the truth. You are a liar. You and I both know you have never been in a trap, nor have you ever been tested. Today, these lies will come full circle and you will learn if you truly have what it takes to call yourself a survivor. The cage you find yourself in will symbolize your rebirth.
[Joyce appears on the TV]
Bobby Dagen: Joyce? No! Joyce! No! Please, no!
[Billy appears back on the TV]
Tape: Within the next sixty minutes, you must stay on the path of learning and traverse a series of obstacles to obtain access to your wife, who you have also deceived. If you fail to reach her before the clock runs out, she will die. Live or die, Bobby. Make your choice.

[Flashback]
Newscaster: [on TV] Another Jigsaw survivor has come forward. As the city stays crippled in fear from the Jigsaw killings, chilling new words from the latest survivor provide a reminder of the physical and mental toll these deadly games can take.
Joan: [on TV] This horrible event was happening to me and in that moment, that moment that this thing threatened to take everything away, even the pain, I realized what I still had left to give. And I didn't want to let that go. It gave me light. That pure moment of absolute horror gave me light and, as wrong as this may seem, I'm better for enduring it. I'm stronger. And, I must admit, I'm grateful for it. I'm grateful it happened to me, and I wish the same for everyone like me.
Bobby Dagen: If something like that doesn't get you to change your perspective on life, I don't know what will.
Cale: Yeah. And if those people weren't so fucked up after their games, they'd make a mint selling those stories.

[Gibson sets the Reverse Beartap 2.0 on a desk]
Matt Gibson: Well, that's a real clever design. Yours or your husband's?
Jill Tuck: Everything was him.
Matt Gibson: Right. Well, here's my problem. That was left for me and your fingerprints were all over it! [stands] When you told me Hoffman had it in for you, you didn't mention that it was because you tried to kill him! There's a new game going on. Does that surprise you?
Jill Tuck: No.
Matt Gibson: No? No? You're crazy. I knew you were crazy the minute I laid eyes on you. Crazy. Okay, this is what we're going to do, Crazy. Until I get to Mark Hoffman, this is your new home. Get comfy.
Jill Tuck: What makes you think he can't find me here?
Matt Gibson: Jill! It's a safe house! Safe house! Safe. House. You get it?

Palmer: Gibson. [shows him a disk] This was sent here, addressed to Jill. Hoffman knows her location.
Matt Gibson: Goddammit!

Matt Gibson: What?
Rogers: We just had a small explosion here at a car from the crime scene.
Matt Gibson: Okay, is anyone hurt?
[there is a large explosion]
Matt Gibson: Rogers? Rogers, you okay?
Rogers: Yeah.

[Flashback]
Bobby Dagen: Name, sir?
John Kramer: John. With an "H," without an "H." Doesn't matter.
Bobby Dagen: Well, John with an "H" this time.
John Kramer: You got quite an army working for you here, don't you? Must be spreading a pretty good word.
Bobby Dagen: Well, we try to reach as many people as possible. You know?
John Kramer: You don't see anything wrong with that?
Bobby Dagen: No. Uh, no sir. I don't. [finishes signing, then hands him the book]
John Kramer: You know, history is a passion for me. In ancient Egypt, if you were speaking under oath, you were required to say, "If I'm lying, take me to the quarries." That mean anything to you?
Bobby Dagen: No, sir. No, sir. It doesn't.
John Kramer: Well, I'll tell you what it means. It means, if you knowingly lied on the public record, that you were subject to a period of enslavement.
Bobby Dagen: What are you implying here, sir?
John Kramer: I'm not implying anything.
Cale: Move along, buddy. He signed your book.
John Kramer: Thanks for the signature. [slides the book jacket off] Nice picture, but I don't need it. We've met.

Matt Gibson: [shows Jill a picture of Bobby Dagen] Do you know this guy?
Jill Tuck: I've seen him on TV but I don't know him.
Matt Gibson: Did your husband?
Jill Tuck: I don't know.

[Bobby gets the key to Cale's trap with eight seconds left]
Bobby Dagen: I've got the key! [Cale shouts]
Cale: Hurry up! Throw me that fucking key!
Bobby Dagen: Cale! I've got to throw you the key! [he cups his hands] Cup your hands closer to your chest! I'm going to throw it to you on three, all right? One... two... three!
[He throws the key to Cale. It bounces off him before he can grab it and falls to the second floor.]
Bobby Dagen: No!
Cale: Oh, fuck me.
[a winch hauls him up, leaving him to strangle to death]

Bobby Dagen: Joyce!
Joyce: Bobby! I knew you'd make it. I knew you'd find me.
Bobby Dagen: I'm so sorry.
Joyce: I knew you could do it!
Bobby Dagen: [runs down the platform] I just got to get you...
Joyce: Get me out!
[Bobby grabs one of the wires surrounding Joyce, which shocks him and knocks him backwards]
Joyce: Bobby! There's got to be another way!
[Billy appears on a TV]
Tape: Hello, Bobby. You have almost completed your rebirth. However, your final task will be your most difficult. The woman before you symbolizes your success. She is your trophy, and she has seen the good in your message, despite its dishonest beginnings.
Joyce: What's he talking about?
Tape: Today, we will see if you can truly earn her love.
Joyce: Bobby?
Tape: To prove your status as a survivor, you must overcome a game that should be all too familiar. You supposedly survived it once already, so it should be easy to survive once again. Pierce the hooks through your chest muscles and the game will begin. In order to free yourself and your wife, you must hoist yourself with these chains and connect the extension cords above you before the clock expires. Both hands will be needed to complete this task, but that should be simple. For, as you claimed to understand, the pectoral muscles can easily support your weight. So I ask you, Bobby: when you embrace every day as if it is your last, will it be with your wife? Make your choice.
Joyce: What's he talking about?
Bobby Dagen: [holding one of the chains] Baby, I'm so sorry. I lied. I was never in a trap.

[Gibson notices a statue similar to the one from the video]
[Flashback]
Matt Gibson: I know that from somewhere.
Mark Hoffman: Make your choice. Clock's ticking. [turns off the video camera]
Matt Gibson: Bag the other bodies, get them back to the coroner's office right away.
[Present]
Officer: What is this, sir?
Matt Gibson: Hoffman tapped into the station's security system. He's been watching us the whole time. [realizes that Hoffman has switched places with one of the dead bodies in the garage trap] Oh, my god. [calls the police station]
Palmer: This is Palmer.
Matt Gibson: Listen, you get every available officer back to the station!
Palmer: I'm sorry?
Matt Gibson: Right now!
[a turret gun suddenly appears from behind a group of barrels and kills Gibson and the two officers]

Jill Tuck: Someone's out there.
[Rogers turns around and faces the mirror. Hoffman shoots him through the glass.]
Jill Tuck: Oh, my god! No! [screaming] Help me! Help me! Somebody?! Help me! No! [grabs a pen]
[Hoffman enters the room]
Mark Hoffman: I've been looking for you.
[Hoffman takes the key from Rogers and enters the cell.; Hoffman grabs Jill's head.]
Mark Hoffman: How do I look?
[Jill stabs him in the neck with the pen and runs out]
Mark Hoffman: Fucking... [pulls the pen out] bitch!

[Hoffman is attacked by two people in pig masks. A third jams him in the neck with a syringe. As Hoffman collapses, the third reveals himself as Dr. Gordon]
Mark Hoffman: What the fuck?
[Flashback]
[Jill delivers an envelope to Dr. Gordon's office. He opens this, finds a videotape inside, and plays it]
John Kramer: [on tape] Hello, Dr. Gordon. You are perhaps my greatest asset.
[John finds Gordon passed out in a hallway after cauterizing his foot and drags him away]
John Kramer: [splashes water from a pipe on him] Congratulations, Dr. Gordon. You survived.
[John dresses Lawrence's stump and fits a prosthetic foot onto it]
Tape: Without you, my work over the last few years would not have been possible.
[Lawrence sews the key behind Michael's eye]
Lawrence Gordon: [shows John a picture of Dr. Denlon] Dr. Lynn Denlon. Jeff's wife. She'll be perfect.
[Lawrence sews Trevor's eyes shut]
Trevor: My eyes! I can't see!
[Lawrence writes the note Hoffman found in Saw V]
[Present]
Mark Hoffman: Fuck...
[Hoffman tries to grab Lawrence, but he shoves him away with his cane]
[Flashback]
Tape: That having been said, I have a request. Watch over Jill, and should anything happen to her, I want you to act immediately on my behalf. In return for that...
[Present]
[Lawrence turns on the lights to the bathroom]
Tape: [Narrating] I will keep no more secrets from you. I've showed you a lot of places, but there is one that will be perhaps the most meaningful to you.
[Hoffman wakes and realizes he is chained to a pipe. He reaches for a hacksaw, but Lawrence pulls it away and picks it up.]
Lawrence Gordon: I don't think so.
[He throws the hacksaw out of the room]
Mark Hoffman: What do you think you're doing? [Lawrence turns to leave] What the fuck do you think you're doing?! Huh?!
[Lawrence briefly glances at his foot, then faces Hoffman and turns off the lights]
Mark Hoffman: No! You can't fucking do this to me! Fuck you! No!
Lawrence Gordon: Game over! [shuts the door]
Mark Hoffman: No!

TaglinesEdit

  • Every Master Craftsman And All True Geniuses Always Save Their Best For Last
  • Witness the Final Saw
  • The Traps Come Alive
  • The Time has Come for All to Experience The Last Act Of a Legend
  • This Halloween Witness the Final Cut
  • Shot in State of the Art 3D
  • In Mind-Blowing 3D
  • In Eye-Popping 3D
  • In Heart Pounding 3D
  • Will You Survive Until the End?
  • The Final Chapter

CastEdit

See AlsoEdit

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