Allison M. 🌱’s review published on Letterboxd:
No one is safe in this Saw film where nothing is as it appears. A lot of it seems random. There is high production value along with headscratching choices (see below). It has a fair amount of gore, but nothing you haven't seen in previous Saw films. I'm kind of getting tired of the more violent and gory films myself, but it at least attempted to take on a theme of violence against dirty cops.
-Samuel L. Jackson as Chris Rock's father
-Chris Rock tells a male officer to wash his hands (even though the Captain is rushing the rando out)
-Chris Rock parks across several spaces in a parking lot
-Train conductor calmly sipping drink before trouble is up ahead
-Chris Rock cracks his neck
-Saw without Tobin Bell
-Unconvincing / dry voiceover
- Marisol Nichols as Captain Angie Garza (did no one else in Hollywood want the role? Apparently not)
Max Minghella could wax his eyebrows (so could I for that matter, so no shade).
-Dead pig falls out of car (+dead pig motif)
-Butcher shop with meat hanging up
-Policeman skinned post mortem + lots of other violence toward humans
-Boxed fried chicken