Jigsaw is a thrilling masterpiece

Lina Al Taii, Entertainment Editor

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Seven years after the Saw series seemingly ended, the Spierig brothers released this thrilling horror movie which follows the investigation on random bodies which keep getting found around town.
Although the Jigsaw killer was supposed to have been killed at the end of the Saw series, all of the killings in this movie have the same puzzle pieces and are reminiscent of the Jigsaw killer. The real question is whether or not the Jigsaw killer has returned from the grave.
This movie is a masterpiece in filming, suspense, action, and thrill.
Even for viewers who have not watched the Saw series, the movie makes sense and hints at all of the references to Saw.
As the movie goes on, the audience builds a connection with Logan and Emily, expecting them to be the ones who solve this mystery.
As the investigation builds, we also build a particular liking to Anna, a clever and seemingly fearless victim of the Jigsaw game.
The most intriguing part of the movie is the identity of the man behind the game. All clues lead to John Kramer, who has been dead for many years.
Unlike The Foreigner, which fails to create an emotional connection between the audience and the mysterious character, this movie creates a strong connection between the audience and the mysterious identity.
This movie will have you squirming in your seat, hoping for Anna to be the one who survives and beats the game. However, the end might not be as simple as you think.
Overall, the Spierig brothers were extremely successful with this movie by doing what they are good at, making thrilling and suspenseful horror movies.

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