Saw

Saw (2004)

50 corrected entries

(2 votes)

Corrected entry: We learn in later sequels that Jigsaw hates murders, despises them, so why would he set Amanda's trap so that in order for her to survive she has to murder someone, then make her his accomplice/apprentice? From what we know about Jigsaw this makes no sense.

brianjr0412

Correction: True, Jigsaw may despises straight out murderers, but he has a twisted god complex that does encourage murder. He could have easily said in his mind that if Amanda failed her test, then the guy winning was not murder. He even encourages his main victims in the sequels to murder, especially in Saw VI, which is a personal game from him to a man who has to choose who lives or dies. Even in Saw III, IV, VI, the victims who win their games are placed in danger again, at the hands of someone else or being designed to play another game.

Corrected entry: When Lawrence is reaching for the cellphone, he could've used the hacksaw to pull the cellphone towards him and answered it - finding out that his family was fine, so he never would've shot Adam.

Correction: He is panicking and arguably not of sound mind. He's worried about his family and desperate to get to the phone so he is not thinking rationally. Yes, it would have been easier to use the hacksaw but in an intense situation like that the best solution is usually not evident at the time.

The_Iceman

Corrected entry: Lawrence and Adam don't even think of sawing through the pipe their chains are attached to, yet they try to saw through every place on their chains.

Correction: In the original version, instead of having Lawrence turn off the lights and have him whisper to Adam to pretend to die from the poisoned cigarette they were supposed to saw through the pipe and whisper through it but James Wan (the director) cut it because it made no sense that they were able to cut through the pipe and not the chain.

Correction: Why would they try to saw through the pipes? There's much more surface area to get through on the pipes than on a chain link, and if the saw doesn't work on the chain link, it wouldn't work on a pipe.

Phaneron Premium member

Corrected entry: When we see Amanda unlocking the padlock, if you look at the timer, it has gone past 60 seconds so she should be dead. (00:26:30)

Correction: Just seen this scene. Its not on 60. She still has 10 seconds to get if off. Which makes sense because as soon as she throws it down, it snaps shut.

amycamille1975

Corrected entry: Dr. Gordon is seen in a close-up to be sawing through his leg, some inches above the ankle joint and the shackle around it. Considering the long bones of the leg (fibula and tibia) are very tough in a young man, it would take a long time to saw through by hand, during which Dr Gordon should have passed out from pain-induced hyperventilation then died from shock.

Correction: This is not a guarantee, i remember seeing a television film about a farmer in England who got his arm stuck in a harvester and cut through his wrist or forearm with his penknife saw and got back to the farmhouse to call an ambulance before passing out in his driveway, shock can keep a person alive when they should be dead, as can adrenaline, sawing through your own ankle would scare any man enough to produce a hell of a lot of adrenaline.

Corrected entry: When Lawrence leans over to get the picture that Adam tossed him, as he leans over, near the door you can see wires and cords belonging to the camera equipment.

Correction: If you look closely you will see they are there all through the film, and part of the set.

A Demon Premium member

Corrected entry: Adam wakes up fully submerged in water, yet he pulls a paper envelope out of his pocket that is completely dry, and without any harm to the tape inside.

Correction: The envelope was in a plastic bag.

A Demon Premium member

Corrected entry: When Dr Lawrance first notices the clock on the wall and tells Adam about it, the time on the clock is around 4 o'clock, but in a later scene after he is told he must "kill Adam by 6 o' clock," the time on the clock is much earlier, around 11-12 o'clock. That much time wouldn't have passed between seeing the clock and finding the tapes.

Correction: When we first see the clock the time is 08:12. The second time it is around 11:00 we don't see all the events of the bathroom so it's easy to assume that a few hours has passed. Not a movie mistake.

A Demon Premium member

Corrected entry: When Adam is taking the photo of Lawrence in the parking lot, the first two times we see the scene his camera flash goes off, the shutter snaps, and that's it. However, the the third time we see the scene the flashbulb emit a loud, rising pitch sound as the flash recharges just like it did when he was taking pictures in his apartment before being abducted.

Correction: The first two times are Adam's recollections. He is talking over what happened.

A Demon Premium member

Corrected entry: When Cary Elwes is crawling out of the bathroom after promising to get help, you can see that even though he cut off his right foot, it's his left ankle stump that he's dragging.

Eyexpress333

Correction: It is only ever his right leg he drags. Even in Saw 7.

A Demon Premium member

Corrected entry: When Larry notices the clock on the wall, he puts his hand on a pipe. Watch the pipe, it bends in and foams out when he takes his hand off it, revealing it to be made of foam.

Correction: I'm watching it now and the whole of the pipe moves, as a pipe would that is attached from the ceiling to floor.

Corrected entry: Dr. Lawrence Gordon had thrown 1 of the 2 cigarettes to Adam. Adam even began to smoke one of them. Later on when Dr. Gordon slumps to the ground and says "How did I get here? I had everything in order" two cigarettes are on the floor in front of him. (01:20:00)

luchador

Correction: While it looks like there is only 2 cigarettes on the box, I believe there are 4. If you pause is at exactly 1:00:09, and look at what is on the ground on front of Larry, you can see 3 cigarettes (one by his hand, one by the lighter, and one by something that looks like a piece of paper), and we know that one is still in the box because that is what he switches the poisoned one with. (Clarification, stop motion is not valid in identifying mistakes but I believe acceptable in refuting them)

Corrected entry: The entire film was written, financed, shot, edited, and released in a span of less than 12 months, a feat unheard of in the modern film industry.

Correction: This is not trivia, as there are numerous films released every year that are written, financed, shot, edited and released in less than 12 months. While it is commemerable, it most certainly isn't an "unheard" of feat.

Corrected entry: when Adam is going crazy in the beginning trying to get out of the chains look at his foot its touching the pipe then it is no then it is again.

Correction: People can move their feet fast if they are "going crazy".

A Demon Premium member

Corrected entry: When Zep and Detective Tapp are fighting in the bedroom, Zep falls to the floor, well beyond the bed. The next shot, he is right at the foot of the bed, and much closer to Tapp.

Correction: Zep falls by the post and stays by the post. Tapp then comes in and tackles him as he is getting up by the post and they land at the foot of the bed.

A Demon Premium member

Corrected entry: When Jigsaw gets up off of the ground, when he says to Adam "the key to that chain is in the bathtub", if you look at his inner right arm, there is a black wire on it. The wire is attached to his arm by masking tape.

MasterChief3624

Correction: How is it a mistake? Jigsaw might have been using the wire and had to keep it in place.

A Demon Premium member

Corrected entry: You can see the hole in Adam's shirt (in the scenes after he beats Zep with the toilet lid) where the bullet went through his shoulder, but it's obvious that there's no hole in his shoulder. It's visible when he's grabbing at it. You can see the blood-stained skin, but it's completely smooth, no hole or anything.

Nick Bylsma

Correction: This may, in reality, be the case. However, as far as suspension of disbelief is concerned, his shirt could easily have shifted positions so that the wound is no longer visible. There is no way to determine whether or not the wound *should* be visible in this shot, and so this can't be considered a mistake.

Phixius Premium member

Corrected entry: Several times after Dr. Gordon saws his own foot off we see his full body. There is blood around him but never any actually coming from where his foot used to be. In other words, he's not bleeding.

Correction: An unusual, but not unheard of, side affect of severe shock.

Phixius Premium member

Corrected entry: When Adam throws the photo to the doctor, we see it from Tapp's point of view; from the camera behind the mirror. We see it cut from Adam tossing it to Dr. Gordon catching it, however, there is only one camera recording them. A cut would be impossible.

Correction: There is only one camera recording them, but for the movie there are several cameras showing the action from multiple angles. When the scene cuts, it is not meant or required to be the camera recording them.

Corrected entry: Included in the package of photographs Adam finds in the toilet, is the photo of Zep peering out the window of Dr Gordon's house. In a previous scene, however, we see that the picture was taken by Danny Glover. How did it get into the room with Adam and Lawrence?

Correction: The camera Danny Glover used was a video camera, not a still one. It's also from a different angle. Someone else took that picture, from below.

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