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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Corrected entry: The Dr and Adam must be at least 6 meters (6.5 yards) away from each other (both completely stretching out not touching the body in the middle). However, they easily throw pictures back and forth with unflinching accuracy.
Corrected entry: When Dr. Gordon is tucking his daughter into bed, he is wearing a white t-shirt underneath his blue collared shirt, however when he is chained to the pipe in the bathroom with Adam, he is not wearing an undershirt. In both shots the top buttons of his shirt are unbuttoned.
Corrected entry: We find out in the movie that Detective Tapp loses his job and goes insane trying to find the killer after his partner dies during the Warehouse shoot out that occurred with Jigsaw. Lawrence explains that Detective Tapp started stalking him thinking that Lawrence was Jigsaw and due to this, Adam was even hired to take photos of Lawrence. At the very end of the movie, when we discover the true identity of the Jigsaw killer, a montage of clips are shown, including one from the warehouse scene showing Jigsaw's face visible behind his robe. Since Detective Tapp would have easily seen his face when attempting to arrest Jigsaw, he would have known for sure that Lawrence wasn't in fact the Jigsaw killer.Kelsey H.
Corrected entry: ***SPOILER*** How did the man in the centre of the room (who we know is the mastermind of it all and not dead) get there without an accomplice locking the door? We know a possible accomplice wasn't Zep.
Corrected entry: If Zep had a "slow-acting poison" in his bloodstream, why did he play the game? Any rational human being (especially one who worked in a hospital) would simply have gone to an emergency room, had his blood analyzed, and been given an antidote. Game over.
Corrected entry: The doctor takes the gun from the dead body and places the bullet into the chamber of the gun. The bullet is placed in the chamber which would be directly behind the barrel. the placement would be wrong to fire the bullet on the first pull, because revolvers turn the chamber before the hammer hits the blasting cap of the bullet. so the trigger would have to be fired until the chamber completes a whole circle.
Corrected entry: When the man with the candle and flammable substance is reading the combinations on the wall during a camera closeup, he is finally set on fire and burned to death. Based on the camera shot, what was in front of him was a wall with safe combinations on it. Look closely at the candle in his left hand. The fire from the candle never gets close enough to his skin to ignite the flammable substance. There is a puff of flame that comes from in front of him that creates the flash of fire that kills him.luchador
Corrected entry: When Dr. Gordon is in the parking garage, he stops walking momentarily, and there is a flash of light behind him. We later learn that this flash is actually from Adam's camera. But when Adam is telling his story of following Dr. Gordon, a picture comes onto the screen of the doctor in the garage, but it is a close up of the front of his face. However, earlier in the movie, the flash came from behind him. Adam could not have taken a picture of Dr. Gordon's face from behind him.
Corrected entry: ***SPOILER***After cutting off his own leg, Dr Gordon retrieves the gun from the 'corpse' and fires at Adam, holding the gun somewhere above the head of the jigsaw killer. The earsplitting gunshot should definitely elicit an abrupt movement from the killer. Even experienced cops twitch when they fire off a gun.
Corrected entry: SPOILER: The "dead man" turns out to be Jigsaw. How did he position Adam in the tub and get on the floor before Adam woke up? Lawrence was awake when Adam woke up, so how did he not notice what was happening? And if there was a time lapse between Jigsaw's actions and Lawrence awakening, how did Adam not drown in the tub?
Corrected entry: If you look at the revolver as Carey Elwes loads his single bullet at the end, notice all the chambers are empty. If the person on the floor had actually shot himself in the head, there would be at least one spent shell still in the gun.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the Zep is driving to the toilets with the old black cop driving behind him there is a shot filmed from the front of the Zep's car. Therefore there should be one set of car lights behind him, but there are actually two.
Corrected entry: Near the end of the film, when Zep gets up from the computer/camera, the digital clock reads exactly 6:00 PM. However after he struggles with the wife and policeman, he runs past the clock and the time now reads 6:06 PM, even though only 1-2 minutes have elapsed in real time.
Corrected entry: When Larry is standing by the bedroom door saying goodnight to his daughter, her bedside night light is on. He then flicks off the main light switch and it cuts back to his daughter's bed. The night light is off.
Corrected entry: Near the end of the movie Dr Gordon shoots Adam in his left shoulder, later on Adam's wound is on his right shoulder.
Corrected entry: In the very first scene we see Adam in a bath tub with his leg tethered in chains. Adam wakes up and jumps out of the bath. When the light is switched on we see that the chain attached to Adam's leg is just under a foot in length, which prevents him getting anywhere near the bath, let alone have all the slack to actually lie in it. This is illustrated when Adam leans over to the bath to get the bag with the photo in.
Corrected entry: When the two detectives break into the old factory and the drills start moving, why don't they just put something solid between the drills and the man's head to block them? They've got time to do so.
Corrected entry: throughout the entire movie the body in the middle of the floor (the dead guy) constantly changes his feet position, over and over - his foot is either straight down, up and bent, or to the side...
Corrected entry: Don't American police officers carry hand radios? Surely after Detective Tapp has his throat slashed the first thing his partner would do is call for backup and an ambulance.
Corrected entry: When Lawrence is telling Adam about Jigsaw, Adam appears to have absolutely no knowledge of the serial killer. However, a killing spree like that would be widely reported - it seems impossible that Adam would never have heard of Jigsaw and his crimes, especially as they happened in the town where he lives.
Corrected entry: At the end when we find out who the killer is, he can hardly walk because he is so weak. However, a short time later, he manages to slam a large heavy door shut without any apparent difficulty.
Corrected entry: After Adam plays dead, he is electrocuted to prove he is still alive, presumably by the killer who they assumed was behind the camera. But at the end if turns out the killer was in the room all along - so who was electrocuting Adam? It couldn't be the killer, he remained motionless.
Corrected entry: When Adam realises there is a camera behind the mirror in the bathroom, he says, "It's a two-way mirror." Since you can only see through it from one side, surely he meant a one-way mirror?