Topic: Morgan walking dead wall writing art
July 19, 2019 / By Darryl Question:
Hi there, can someone please help me out, my husband and i decided to watch Saw V tonight but the thing is i really can't remember what happened in four can anyone give me a flash back ?
I agree with you Adrian saw 1 was the best so far
Bree | 7 days ago
At the autopsy of the Jigsaw Killer, a wax-coated microcassette is found in his stomach. Lieutenant Hoffman is called in to listen to the tape, which promises that "the games have just begun" and that "perhaps you [Hoffman] will succeed where others have failed" in his test as he is "the last man standing."
The scene shifts to a mausoleum, where Trevor and Art are chained to a large device. Trevor's eyelids have been sewn together, as has Art's mouth, making communication between them impossible. When the device begins pulling them together, they panic, and Art kills Trevor to retrieve a key from the latter's collar. In a later flashback, Art finds two items waiting for him elsewhere in the mausoleum: a recorded message from Jigsaw and an envelope containing instructions.
It has been six months since the disappearance of Detective Eric Matthews, and four days since Detective Allison Kerry vanished, as noted by Hoffman. The police discover Kerry's corpse, still hanging in the harness of the inescapable trap that killed her in Saw III. After cautioning Lieutenant Rigg for barging through an unsecured door, Hoffman is introduced to FBI Agents Strahm and Perez, who deduce that Amanda Young, Jigsaw's apprentice, would need assistance with Kerry's trap, indicating that there is another accomplice to the murder.
That evening, Rigg is attacked in his home and Hoffman disappears. When Rigg comes to, a videotape informs him that Matthews is in fact still alive, with ninety minutes to save himself, and that Hoffman's survival is at stake as well. He then undergoes his first test, in which he finds a woman named Brenda. Jigsaw advises Rigg to walk away, and to "see what I see," as written on the wall, but Rigg's natural instinct to help those in need clouds his judgment. When Rigg removes the pig mask covering Brenda's face, he triggers a trap device that begins to slowly tear her scalp from her head. He succeeds in freeing her, but to his surprise, she comes at him with a knife; Brenda has been told that Rigg is there to arrest her and the only way to stop it is to kill him. He throws her into a mirror and leaves to find the site of his next test. Sometime later, Strahm, Perez, and the police enter the apartment and find Brenda dead.
Rigg arrives at a motel, where he is instructed to "feel what I feel," painted on the door of one room. He must abduct the manager, Ivan, revealed to be a serial rapist. Angered by seeing videos and photos of Ivan's exploits, Rigg forces Ivan into a prearranged trap, which gives him the option between having his eyes gouged out or being savagely dismembered. Rigg hands him two controllers that will drive blades into his eyes, blinding him and saving his life. When Ivan runs out of time after blinding only one eye, his limbs are ripped off his body and thrown across the room.
Rigg's next test, to "save as I save," occurs in a school where Rigg once attacked a man named Rex, whom he suspected of abusing his wife Morgan and daughter Jane. Hoffman had intervened to stave off disciplinary action against Rigg at that time. In one of the classrooms, Rigg discovers that same husband and wife impaled together back to back with several long metal rods. The rods are placed such that they pass through vital circulatory points of his body, but non-vital points of hers. If she has the courage to remove the rods, her abusive husband will bleed to death but she will survive. By the time Rigg finds the couple, she has pulled out all but one rod and gone into shock from blood loss; she suddenly wakes up and Rigg tells her that she has to save herself. He removes the last rod, hands her the key to the harness she and her dead husband are strapped into and sets off a fire alarm to alert emergency services to her position, then leaves.
Strahm and Perez arrive on the scene, having previously realized that they have both become targets in this latest series of games. They determine that all of the victims were defended by Art, who is also the lawyer of Jill Tuck, John Kramer's ex-wife. A gun used to insert the rods into Rex and Morgan fires a spear through a photographer and kills her on the scene. Strahm and Perez find Billy, Jigsaw's puppet, in the office; Perez is told via tape recorder that Strahm will "soon take the life of an innocent man" and that her "next step is critical." Ignoring the warning, she takes a closer look at Billy, whose face suddenly explodes and showers her with shrapnel; she is rushed to the hospital in critical condition. Furious, Strahm interrogates Jill, who recounts Jigsaw's backstory. She was once pregnant with a boy to be named Gideon (after John's first construction project), but the baby was lost when Cecil robbed the clinic at which she was employed and caused her to suffer a miscarriage. She and her husband grew apart and divorced. After learning that he had cancer and only a short while to live, John kidnapped Cecil and placed him in a trap, the first trap
One I observed those video clips (and something of them), yet do no longer reccomend them so i think of you mustn't waste some time with attempting to discover some place to observe them, in basic terms sayin....
if it's like 3 and four people who you thought were dead are not Saw
one was a great movie it should have stopped there that was the greatest ending to a thriller like that the rest are a total waste
Originally Answered: Why does this boy watch me?
Not all boys are the same, it just takes a little bit of shyness or a bad rejection from his parents or friends or previous girlfriends, & he will feel an instinctive hesitancy at approaching a new or another girl, in many cases. This is not a bad thing at all, as long as he is of good character (which you can find out) if he is of good character then he will be a great guy for you, you just need to say hello or help things along a bit in this case.
it's so sad that the most brutal & ignorant men who do untold damage to the people around them, never sleep alone, where as many respectful honest men who are just a little bit too gentle perhaps, experience loneliness & depression as a result of their kindness & generosity of spirit.
I have read your post, if he is looking at you but he doesn't come & speak to you, then he is interested in you (there is no question of this.....I know lol) but he is a little more sensitive that's all, you just need to break the ice a bit. Is that so wrong, not all men boast & lie & are ultimately full of BS & bravado, remember its just a front, they are all weak & they are all afraid, they just express this with false confidence that's all. As long as he is of good character, then this guys hesitancy is a good thing, you have many decades ahead of you, what do you want, do you want a real man, or an arrogant fool that will one day self implode.
1 other thing, even if you disagree with everything I have said. And there are excellent boys & girls, men & women, than do not fall in to any of the category's I have so crudely listed..... but..... many of the most Beautiful & successful girls you know, will never know the love & integrity that a more sincere sensitive man can offer, they will never even get to imagine it, because once they have picked up the pieces, by then it will be too late.