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    robtheglostaram

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    Saw 3D

    Post by robtheglostaram on Sat 31 Jul 2010, 9:08 pm

    Anyone into the Saw films?

    The Saw 3D is a film I'd actually pay the extortionate spec's price for!

    Check out the trailer:

    http://uk.movies.ign.com/articles/110/1107728p1.html
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by gawa_ram on Sat 31 Jul 2010, 9:13 pm

    The first Saw was excellent - it was something completely different and had a very clever storyline/twist.

    The rest gave up on being clever and just aimed for the shock value.

    I can imagine the 3D storyline will be even more watery.
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by robtheglostaram on Sat 31 Jul 2010, 9:17 pm

    I buy into that, though. I'm not looking for a cinematic masterpiece, just a right old gore-fest!
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by M.M on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 1:14 am

    gawa_ram wrote:The first Saw was excellent - it was something completely different and had a very clever storyline/twist.

    The rest gave up on being clever and just aimed for the shock value.

    I can imagine the 3D storyline will be even more watery.

    Tad harsh on the second one, I thought that was fairly well though out with a decent twist at the end.

    I've seen them all, and yeh I agree they get worse as they go on. The death by drowning in ground up pig amused me quite.

    I will definetly go and see this. I love gore (well most gore, recently watched Teeth- never before have I actually gone "AHHHHHHHHHHHH *gasp for air* AHHHHHHHHHHH" at a film).
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by gawa_ram on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 12:26 pm

    M.M wrote:
    gawa_ram wrote:The first Saw was excellent - it was something completely different and had a very clever storyline/twist.

    The rest gave up on being clever and just aimed for the shock value.

    I can imagine the 3D storyline will be even more watery.

    Tad harsh on the second one, I thought that was fairly well though out with a decent twist at the end.

    I've seen them all, and yeh I agree they get worse as they go on. The death by drowning in ground up pig amused me quite.

    I will definetly go and see this. I love gore (well most gore, recently watched Teeth- never before have I actually gone "AHHHHHHHHHHHH *gasp for air* AHHHHHHHHHHH" at a film).

    You might enjoy The Human Centipede then. I felt ill watching the trailer - and not just at the acting.
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by Bedlam on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 12:31 pm

    I think it's something I just might be able to live without ever seeing.
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by M.M on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 1:20 pm

    gawa_ram wrote:
    M.M wrote:
    gawa_ram wrote:The first Saw was excellent - it was something completely different and had a very clever storyline/twist.

    The rest gave up on being clever and just aimed for the shock value.

    I can imagine the 3D storyline will be even more watery.

    Tad harsh on the second one, I thought that was fairly well though out with a decent twist at the end.

    I've seen them all, and yeh I agree they get worse as they go on. The death by drowning in ground up pig amused me quite.

    I will definetly go and see this. I love gore (well most gore, recently watched Teeth- never before have I actually gone "AHHHHHHHHHHHH *gasp for air* AHHHHHHHHHHH" at a film).

    You might enjoy The Human Centipede then. I felt ill watching the trailer - and not just at the acting.

    We're watching it next weekend. Can't wait, it looks properly grim
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by gawa_ram on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 1:21 pm

    M.M wrote:
    gawa_ram wrote:
    M.M wrote:
    gawa_ram wrote:The first Saw was excellent - it was something completely different and had a very clever storyline/twist.

    The rest gave up on being clever and just aimed for the shock value.

    I can imagine the 3D storyline will be even more watery.

    Tad harsh on the second one, I thought that was fairly well though out with a decent twist at the end.

    I've seen them all, and yeh I agree they get worse as they go on. The death by drowning in ground up pig amused me quite.

    I will definetly go and see this. I love gore (well most gore, recently watched Teeth- never before have I actually gone "AHHHHHHHHHHHH *gasp for air* AHHHHHHHHHHH" at a film).

    You might enjoy The Human Centipede then. I felt ill watching the trailer - and not just at the acting.

    We're watching it next weekend. Can't wait, it looks properly grim

    Oh so you can watch a terrible film next weekend but not meet up with the "lads" for a WKD. Psch.
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by M.M on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 1:24 pm

    Well, what airport are you flying into and when? Because I'll be in Derby town on Friday night so I'll be happy to let you buy me a jeeeegggggerbomb!

    Also, theres now an improved chance I may be at Leeds. Got my job as "fudgepacker" confirmed today, £7 an hour, 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. Oooft
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by gawa_ram on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 1:30 pm

    M.M wrote:Well, what airport are you flying into and when? Because I'll be in Derby town on Friday night so I'll be happy to let you buy me a jeeeegggggerbomb!

    Also, theres now an improved chance I may be at Leeds. Got my job as "fudgepacker" confirmed today, £7 an hour, 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. Oooft

    Unfortunately I don't fly in until the Saturday morning so Jaegerbombs will have to wait until another time.

    That's a good wage for fudgepacking - will they play Enrique songs over the tannoy in the factory?

    Just do it you bumder!
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    Re: Saw 3D

    Post by M.M on Sun 01 Aug 2010, 1:32 pm

    gawa_ram wrote:
    M.M wrote:Well, what airport are you flying into and when? Because I'll be in Derby town on Friday night so I'll be happy to let you buy me a jeeeegggggerbomb!

    Also, theres now an improved chance I may be at Leeds. Got my job as "fudgepacker" confirmed today, £7 an hour, 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. Oooft

    Unfortunately I don't fly in until the Saturday morning so Jaegerbombs will have to wait until another time.

    That's a good wage for fudgepacking - will they play Enrique songs over the tannoy in the factory?

    Just do it you bumder!

    They might do inbetween all the Glee and the spontaneous musical-style dancing.

    Meh, maybe. I'll have words with "the mandem".

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