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Following Jigsaw's grisly demise, Mark Hoffman, the final apprentice to the serial killer is deigned a hero. Meanwhile, Agent Strahm continues to track Hoffman while another group of strangers are put through a series of gruesome traps. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Tobin Bell ... Jigsaw / John

Costas Mandylor ... Mark Hoffman

Scott Patterson ... Agent Strahm

Betsy Russell ... Jill

Julie Benz ... Brit

Meagan Good ... Luba

Mark Rolston ... Dan Erickson

Carlo Rota ... Charles

Greg Bryk ... Mallick
Laura Gordon ... Ashley

Joris Jarsky ... Seth
Mike Butters ... Paul

Al Sapienza ... Chief of Police

Mike Realba ... Detective Fisk
Jeff Pustil ... Bernie

Dana Sorman ... Law Office Receptionist

Sheila Shah ... Special Agent Cowan

Samantha Lemole ... Pamela Jenkins

Lyriq Bent ... Rigg (archive footage)

Athena Karkanis ... Agent Perez (archive footage)

Louis Ferreira ... Art (archive footage) (as Justin Louis)

Donnie Wahlberg ... Eric Matthews (archive footage)

Danny Glover ... David Tapp (archive footage)

Shawnee Smith ... Amanda (archive footage)

Bahar Soomekh ... Lynn (archive footage)

Niamh Wilson ... Corbett

Angus Macfadyen ... Jeff (archive footage)

Lisa Berry ... EMT
Bill Vibert ... Officer

Tony Nappo ... Gus

Brandon McGibbon ... Hank

Tim Burd ... Obi

Natalie Brown ... Heather Miller
Quancetia Hamilton ... Person with Dog
Lorraine Foreman ... Old Woman

Sarah Power ... Angelina

Cory Lee ... Jasmine (scenes deleted)

David Gale ... Additional Voice Talent (voice)
Catherine Rix ... Additional Voice Talent (voice)
Michael A. Miranda ... Additional Voice Talent (voice) (as Michael Miranda)
Stephen Sparks ... Additional Voice Talent (voice)
Jennifer Donison ... Additional Voice Talent (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Wayne Curnew ... Bartender (uncredited)
Alex Revan ... Grayson Blood (uncredited)

Directed by
David Hackl 
Writing credits
Patrick Melton (screenplay) &
Marcus Dunstan (screenplay)

Produced by
Troy Begnaud .... associate producer
Peter Block .... executive producer
Mark Burg .... producer
Jason Constantine .... executive producer
Daniel J. Heffner .... executive producer (as Daniel Jason Heffner)
Gregg Hoffman .... producer
Oren Koules .... producer
Stacey Testro .... executive producer
James Wan .... executive producer
Leigh Whannell .... executive producer
Original Music by
Charlie Clouser 
Cinematography by
David A. Armstrong (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Kevin Greutert 
Casting by
Stephanie Gorin 
Production Design by
Anthony A. Ianni  (as Tony Ianni)
Art Direction by
Graham Caswell 
Elis Lam 
Set Decoration by
Liesl Deslauriers 
Costume Design by
Alex Kavanagh 
Makeup Department
Damon Bishop .... prosthetics technician
François Dagenais .... prosthetics creator (as Francois Dagenais)
Craig-Ryan French .... makeup artist
Iantha Goldberg .... assistant makeup artist
Stephanie Ingram .... key hair stylist
Colin Penman .... key makeup artist
Tony Pitocco .... prosthetics shop key
Sean Sansom .... prosthetics technician
Cathy Shibley .... assistant hair stylist
Vincent Sullivan .... assistant hair stylist
Production Management
Matt Cahill .... post-production supervisor
Kym Crepin .... production manager
Thomas Vencelides .... assistant production manager (as Tom Vencelides)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sarah Buell .... second assistant director
Greg Edmunds .... third assistant director
Kevin Hennelly .... trainee assistant director
Steve Webb .... first assistant director
Sam Lennox .... assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Sam Agro .... storyboard artist
Kirsty Allan .... labourer
Chris Andrews .... painter
Michael D. Andrews .... painter
Tamara Andrews .... painter
Daniel William Brown .... carpenter (as Daniel Brown)
Ronald Bunt .... carpenter (as Ron Bunt)
Ed Butkus .... painter
Romuald Bylinski .... carpenter
Douglas Catty .... carpenter
Steven Ciancamerla .... set dresser
Brian Clancy .... carpenter
Peter Constantinides .... carpenter
Donavon Drummond .... on set dresser (as Donovan Drummond)
Miro Dziwik .... assistant head painter (as Miro Dziwick)
Evan Ellicock .... labourer
Joanne Filleti .... painter (as Joanne F. Filletti)
John J. Fitzpatrick .... head laborer
Matthew Hallett .... assistant head carpenter
Victoria Hamilton .... key scenic artist
Tanya Hart .... props buyer
Bill Harvey .... carpenter
Stephen Hayes .... set dresser
Keith Hightower .... carpenter
Emily Hyde .... labourer
Thomas Iwan .... metal fabricator
Lionel Jamieson .... carpenter
Steve Johnstone .... on set carpenter
William Koon .... painter
Ian Kuter .... carpenter
Mark Leduc .... labourer
Alan Letts .... construction coordinator
Francis Livingston .... carpenter
Jason Lunn .... leadman
Rick Marshall .... carpenter
Leslie McCullagh .... head scenic painter
Brent McGillivray .... first assistant art director
Brent McGillivray .... set designer
Joe McLean .... second assistant head carpenter
Tres McLean .... painter
Mario Moreira .... assistant property master
Mario Moreira .... props buyer
Brian Mullen .... painter
James R. Murray .... property master (as Jim Murray)
Friday Myers .... sets buyer
Dan O'Neill .... painter
Frank Perna .... painter
Sorin Popescu .... first assistant art director
John Redekop .... carpenter
Doug Rennie .... on set painter
Adam Rogers .... carpenter
Mila Rolicz .... painter
Will Ross .... carpenter
Sean Scoffield .... first assistant art director
Blair Slopek .... carpenter
Craig Smith .... carpenter
J. Zachary Smith .... set dresser (as Zach Smith)
Robert S. Smith .... carpenter
Jay Sonderer .... painter
Cherie Spencer .... set dresser
Don Tawse .... labourer
Rob Valeriote .... head carpenter (as Robert M. Valeriote)
Brian van de Valk .... carpenter
Brian Weir .... carpenter
John Wells .... carpenter
Jennifer Wood .... set dresser
Ian C. Harris .... daily construction laborer (uncredited)
Melissa Olson .... on set dresser: second unit (uncredited)
Adam Smith .... specialty prop fabricator (uncredited)
Sound Department
Steve Baine .... foley artist
Roberta Bratti .... project manager: sound
Pat Cassin .... boom operator
Greg Chapman .... production sound mixer
Bill Devine .... additional adr recordist: Oracle Post
Keith Elliott .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Gingras .... supervising sound editor
Jamie Gould .... sound re-recording assistant
Doron Kipen .... additional adr recordist: Music and Effects
Scott Loane .... optical track recordist
Colin McLellan .... adr recordist
Peter Persaud .... foley recordist
Geoff Raffan .... dialogue editor
James Robb .... first assistant sound editor (as Jimmy Robb)
John Douglas Smith .... supervising sound editor (as John Smith)
Aran Tanchum .... additional adr recordist: Oracle Post
Andrew Tay .... sound re-recording mixer
Clive Turner .... sound effects editor
Gina Wark .... foley assistant
Mark Zsifkovits .... sound re-recording mixer
Katie Halliday .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Rob Hutchins .... assistant dialogue editor (uncredited)
Jimmy Lifton .... adr facility (uncredited)
Steve Neal .... adr stage assistant (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Jason Ehl .... props builder: animatronics
Andy Latimer .... special effects first shop assistant
Philippe Maurais .... first assistant special effects
Jim Peacock .... special effects shop key
Peter Sissakis .... key special effects
Jeff Skochko .... special effects supervisor
Jason Detheridge .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Steve Skochko .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Brodie Spaull .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
David Alexander .... 3D animator: Switch VFX
David Alexander .... animator: head titles, Switch VFX
Kemal Ally .... 3D animator: Switch VFX
Stephen Brown .... dustbuster
Jon Campfens .... visual effects supervisor
Peter Denomme .... visual effects producer: Switch VFX (as Pete Denomme)
Amir Eftekhari .... animator: head titles, Switch VFX
Amir Eftekhari .... compositor: Switch VFX
Gudrun Heinze .... compositor: Switch VFX
Gudrun Heinze .... digital artist: head titles, Switch VFX
Jef Lonn .... compositor: Switch VFX
Seth Martiniuk .... compositor: Switch VFX
Beau Parsons .... compositor: Switch VFX
Beau Parsons .... visual effects coordinator: Switch VFX
Trevor Pickard .... dustbuster
Alison Schouten .... dustbuster
Don Asido .... data technician: Switch VFX (uncredited)
Jason Kozsurek .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Chad Camilleri .... stunt double: Mallick
Shelley Cook .... stunt coordinator
Susan Horton .... stunt double: Luba
Blair Johannes .... stunt double: Hoffman
Dwayne McLean .... stunt double: Jigsaw
Duncan McLeod .... stunt double: Strahm
Billy Oliver .... stunt double: Charles
Camera and Electrical Department
Jan Brunton .... video assist operator
Thomas Care .... dolly grip (as Tom Care)
Steve Ferrier .... electrician
Brian Gedge .... camera operator
Brian Gedge .... steadicam
Kevin Michael LeBlanc .... first assistant camera
Edward Lipscombe .... key rigging grip
Tim Lovell .... rigging gaffer
Robert McRae .... gaffer (as Bob McRae)
Monty Montgomerie .... key grip
Matthew Napier Andrews .... camera trainee
Mike Ohorodnyk .... grip (as Michael Ohorodnyk)
Derek Parkes .... best boy grip
John Piva .... rigging electric
Roger Playter .... grip and lighting equipment: William F. White
Douglas G. Reid .... best boy electrician (as Doug Reid)
Mario Silva .... rigging best boy electric
Danielle Smart .... playback operator: 24-frame
Steve Van Denzen .... grip
Steve Wilkie .... still photographer
Greg Williams .... video playback: Tellavision
Mike Williams .... second assistant camera
Richard D. Leko .... daily grip (uncredited)
Jeremy Settles .... camera operator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Jane Rogers .... background casting
Lauren Lazell .... casting (uncredited)
Misha Rasaiah .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Karen Williams .... casting associate (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ciara Brennan .... key costume breakdown artist
Leslie Kavanagh .... costume set supervisor
Stephanie Lees .... assistant costume designer
Susan Nycz .... truck supervisor
Janice Skinner .... cutter
Roslyn Hanchard .... costume buyer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Peter Armstrong .... digital intermediate producer
Gary Brown .... digital intermediate project manager
Gary Brown .... project manager: picture
Bernie Clayton .... operator: video data centre
Andrew Coutts .... associate editor
Tom Engelmann .... color timer: dailies
Trevor Lewis .... digital intermediate scanner and recorder
Ryan Logel .... operator: video data centre
Rui Martins .... rushes telecine operator
Tom Mayclim .... digital intermediate scanner and recorder
Cam McLauchlin .... digital intermediate assistant
Dave Muscat .... assistant digital intermediate editor
Nick Paulozza .... digital intermediate imaging supervisor
Valoen Power .... post-production: Lionsgate
Mike Seeley .... operator: video data centre
Danny St. Pierre .... post-production: Lionsgate
Chris Wallace .... digital intermediate colorist
Bob Wenokur .... post-production: Lionsgate
Motassem Younes .... digital intermediate editor
Lee Hughes .... digital intermediate project manager (uncredited)
Music Department
Rob Bertola .... music editor
Charlie Clouser .... music mixer
Charlie Clouser .... music recordist
Charlie Clouser .... performer: original score
Peter Freeman .... musician: guitar
Eric Gorfain .... music arranger: strings on main theme
Danny Lohner .... musician: guitar
Yvonne McDonald .... music clearance
Jonathan McHugh .... music supervisor
Jonathan Scott Miller .... music supervisor
Jonathan Platt .... music supervisor
Chas Smith .... musician: bowed metals
Transportation Department
Ben Cekuta .... driver
Michael Gabourie .... driver
Brian Harney .... picture vehicle coordinator
Brian Lytle .... construction driver
Paul Marshall .... driver
Greg McGrath .... picture car driver
Roland 'Buddy' McGrath .... transportation captain (as Buddy McGrath)
Susan McGrath .... driver
Bruce McLean .... transportation coordinator
Richard Paul .... set dec driver
Steve Russell .... transportation co-captain
Other crew
Claire Adamson .... stand-in
Charlyn Adkins .... business affairs: Lionsgate
Dean A. Avedon .... accounting services: Twisted Pictures
Karey Billyard .... production intern
Tania Boochon .... set medic (as Tania Boochoon)
Crystal Bourbeau .... international sales: mandate: Lionsgate
Anne Marie Boysen .... international sales: mandate: Lionsgate
Beverley Bremner .... craft server
Ralph Bruzzese .... location security: Concepts International
Dorothy Burg .... travel services: Linden Travel
Miguel Casillas .... marketing: Lionsgate
Cristin L. Cornett .... production coordinator (as Cristin L. Becker)
Ashleigh Dac .... production assistant
Yon Elvira .... marketing: Lionsgate
Andrew Finch .... security
Sarah Greenberg .... marketing: Lionsgate
David Heys .... security
Cynthia Hiley .... assistant: David Hackl
Brent Jack .... international sales: mandate: Lionsgate
Wendy Jaffe .... business affairs: Lionsgate
Chela Johnson .... marketing: Lionsgate
Kaleigh Kavanagh .... assistant: Dan Heffner
David Kinnersly .... craft service: Star Grazing
Kelli Kobe .... production intern
Eda Kowan .... acquisitions: Lionsgate
Helen Lee-Kim .... international sales: mandate: Lionsgate
Amy Lennie .... script research: The Rights Company
Wayne Levin .... business affairs: Lionsgate
Stephanie Lewis .... acquisitions: Lionsgate
Silvana Marsella .... film negative stock: Kodak
Tom Mayclim .... scan operator
Aubrey McClure .... marketing: Lionsgate
Travis McConnell .... set production assistant
Michael Meyer .... international sales: mandate: Lionsgate
Darlene Milley .... insurance broker: AON/Ruben-Winkler Entertainment Insurance Brokers
Chrisoula N. Mirkopoulos .... studio staff: Cinespace Studios (as Chrisoula Mirkopoulos)
D. Jim Mirkopoulos .... studio staff: Cinespace Studios (as Jim Mirkopoulos)
Mike Mirkopoulos .... studio staff: Cinespace Studios
Steve Mirkopoulos .... studio staff: Cinespace Studios
Stacey Mooradian .... marketing: Lionsgate
Amina Nathoo .... craft server
Tom Ortenberg .... marketing: Lionsgate
Tim Palen .... marketing: Lionsgate
Anne Parducci .... marketing: Lionsgate
Barbara Pecs .... production accountant
Jeremy Pinard .... stage manager
Alicia Pleasence .... assistant production coordinator
Paul Potvin .... location support: Location Equipment Supply
Nate Richmond .... production assistant
Tammi Robinson .... key accountant: Twisted Pictures
Erick Salomon .... assistant: Mark Burg & Oren Koules
Erika Schimik .... marketing: Lionsgate
Nadia Sojak .... payroll accountant
Carla Spizziri .... first assistant accountant
Justine Stevenson .... office affairs: Twisted Pictures
Shaire Stevenson .... caterer: Catering On Location
Bob Tarantino .... company production counsel: Heenan Blaikie
Elizabeth Tremblay .... script supervisor
Bill Vibert .... stand-in
Susan Wallis .... insurance broker: AON/Ruben-Winkler Entertainment Insurance Brokers
Marvin Waxman .... physician (as Dr. Marvin Waxman)
Michael Wolfe .... security
Stephanie Woloshyn .... production assistant
Dave Wood .... production assistant
Mark Behar .... special security consultant (uncredited)
Juliette Caron .... french subtitles by (uncredited)
Jesse Korosi .... playback editor (uncredited)
Brad McIlroy .... on location chef (uncredited)
Charles Taylor .... head armorer (uncredited)
Kris Wood .... playback coordinator (uncredited)
Kris Wood .... playback supervisor (uncredited)

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Rated R for sequences of grisly bloody violence and torture, language and brief nudity
92 min | 95 min (unrated director's cut)
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Understandably Scott Patterson was a little apprehensive about sticking his head in a sealed box that would fill with water. The trap was tested beforehand and didn't go terribly well, which only added to his concern. Ultimately, the actor stepped up and did the scene himself without resorting to a stuntman. The trick to the stunt is that the walls of the box were slid open by stagehands, draining the trap as soon as Patterson signaled with his hands. Several takes were required however to capture the scene as Patterson found himself uncomfortable at various points during the shooting of this scene.See more »
Crew or equipment visible: (at around 8 mins) If the extremely speeded-up shots during the cube scene are examined frame-by-frame, there are several single-frame cuts in which crewmembers can be seen working around the cube. One in particular shows Scott Patterson with a relaxed expression, with a face towel inside the cube and the cube lid partially open. Two crewmembers are working behind the cube and the hand of a third can also be seen.See more »
Mark Hoffman:So this is blackmail?
Jigsaw:No, no, no, no, no. This is redemption. Just giving you an option. That's all. Now, you can arrest me, but doing so, your life ends as you know it. Or, you could explore the method of rehabilitation that'll permit you to sleep at night.
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84 out of 131 people found the following review useful.
A review of mixed feelings..., 23 October 2008
Author: The_Amazing_Spy_Rises from United States

The Saw series has always been a standard of sorts. After what I felt was an iconic debut, the series has always remained consistently interesting, with one of the most compelling and ever expanding plots in film history. People may complain that the series is in decline, but what people need to realize is that each part is astronomically better than the corresponding parts of other horror series (for example, Saw IV is better than Halloween IV, or the 4th Nightmare on Elm Street film). The same holds true for Saw V, though the film definitely shows that the series is in decline and needs to end soon before it descends into pure absurdity.

A universal truth of the Saw series is that every entry, no matter who does it, will always be well written and contain a plot twist or two at the end. Again, Saw V continues the tradition of revealing the 'huge' (if you could call it that) twist whilst "Hello Zepp" by Charlie Clouser plays in the background. The film answers as many questions as it raises, and serves as more of an origin movie, like Saw IV did. Only this time, the origin doesn't focus on John Kramer/Jigsaw, and therein lies the problem.

Why does Saw V fail to impress me? Simple. Not enough Jigsaw. Tobin Bell, who has managed to create an iconic villain over the last 5 years, delivers another sublime performance that is not to missed in the world of horror as perhaps the greatest villain of the decade. It really amazed me how Saw IV had the best acting of the series, but just one movie later, pretty much every performer falls flat on their face. This is especially sad considering most of the cast are returning characters, except your typical "why is this happening to me! AHHH!" type characters (which got unbearably annoying, considering they killed off the two least annoying ones first). Meagan Good and Costas Mandylor are acceptable in their roles, however.

Back to the lack of Jigsaw. Tobin Bell really doesn't physically appear that much in the movie, and that is far and away its biggest flaw. The film is similar to Saw II more than the others. To get my drift a little better, imagine the second film, except reduce Jigsaw's screen time by about half. Yeah. This is the only weakness of the screenplay for me, which appears to have matured from the over the top torture porn in Saw III and the ridiculous attempt to run Saw IV concurrently with its predecessor. The film's biggest flaw is in the acting and lack of Jigsaw. Besides this, I really felt that it fit the mold as a worthy entry to the series.

After watching this, however, I no longer feel that Saw is the standard of excellence in horror as it once was. That said, the film has the advantage of being short and never dragging. It's well paced and will more than deliver the thrills. Another thing I feel obligated to mention is that this is the least scariest film in the series, which is okay, because unlike every other cheap horror film, Saw V doesn't try to be scary. It's more of a thriller with some gruesome images (like the first film) than a full blown horror movie (like parts II & III).

In the end, what it comes down to as far as your ability to enjoy the movie, you have to ask yourself this question: "why do I watch the Saw series?". If you watch it for the story and plot twists, you should be at least satisfied, if not entertained. If you watch the series for pure shock and awe and disgust, you'll be disappointed, because Saw V does not try to be a horror film outside of a few scenes. It's a decent entry to the series that is tolerable, despite a lack of the iconic Jigsaw, horrid acting, and a somewhat predictable plot twist (easily the most predictable of the series).

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