Watch jigsaw 2017 full movie online. Dead bodies begin to turn up all over the city, each meeting their demise in a variety of grisly ways. All investigations begin to point the finger at deceased killer John Kramer.
The film enter “Jigsaw,” the seventh sequel, and a prime example of the “Saw” series’ delightful over-seriousness. In “Jigsaw,” you get two competing storylines: one is a locked room mystery set in an undisclosed barn, and the other is a police investigation of those farmyard slayings. Let’s start with the story set in a barn. This plotline is superficially different from the kind you’ll find in a typical “Saw” move in one superficial but notable way: it’s not as sadistic. The earlier films had a more pronounced fixation on the breaking of bones, the helpless look on victims’ faces, and the squishy, fireworks-style explosions that attend the human body’s complete evisceration. But “Jigsaw” features “tests” that are relatively humane, though ultimately no less gruesome. “Jigsaw” still treats audiences to a grisly marathon wherein unwilling competitors are told that they must confess their crimes, or be punished by the pitfalls built into mean-spirited, sub-“Fear Factor”-style obstacle courses. All you, the reader, need to know: a group of strangers have been kidnapped, and now must admit to committing crimes that only Jigsaw knows about. Unfortunately, nobody wants to confess their sins…not even at the point of dying.
All of the above-mentioned death traps are either set into motion by haphazard physical movements, or hyped up to the point where their actual tame-ness is the real attraction. Think of what you expect versus what you enjoy about a carnival’s haunted house attraction. You enter hoping to be sincerely frightened, and leave laughing gratefully at all of the inexplicable, pseudo-macabre details. The goofy actors! The cheap costumes! The distracting curtains