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Chanman
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Lets just take the time to say thank you to the Saw team that has made these movies and did a great job with the series!


Thank You Everyone! Cool
Tue Oct 28, 2008 1:58 am View user's profile Send private message
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You should of put this up BEFORE Saw V.
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hahaha my bad
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ROFLLLLLL sawfellow
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No, he is right. We should thank them regardless of what we think of the movie. Their efforts provide us with hours of entertainment and enjoyable conversation and for that we should be grateful. Gratitude should not be an alien concept if we didn't like something. Would we like them to do better on the next one? Sure, but they toiled for our leisure time. Think about it.
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Those hours of entertainment come at a price though. They should be thanking us.
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sawfellow wrote:
Those hours of entertainment come at a price though. They should be thanking us.


And I am sure they do every time they cash a check from the movie. Without us they would not be making the money. It works both ways.
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Billy's Laugh wrote:
sawfellow wrote:
Those hours of entertainment come at a price though. They should be thanking us.


And I am sure they do every time they cash a check from the movie. Without us they would not be making the money. It works both ways.

i thought they got paid either way if a movie didnt make money
Tue Oct 28, 2008 3:19 am View user's profile Send private message
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dherna7704 wrote:
Billy's Laugh wrote:
sawfellow wrote:
Those hours of entertainment come at a price though. They should be thanking us.


And I am sure they do every time they cash a check from the movie. Without us they would not be making the money. It works both ways.

i thought they got paid either way if a movie didnt make money


Well I am sure popularity does help a bit Smile
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Although Saw 5 wasn't my cup of tea, it is growing on me, and however much I do not appreciate it as much as the others- As a SERIES- I am amazed that a group of people can come up with some of the most amazingly worked on movies in history. You know when you love a movie so much- it gives you goosebumps. The Saw series does that for me. So I'd like to use this opportunity and hopefully there will be many more- to thank everyone ever responsible on the team. It is a life-changer to be so incredibly and intensely 'in to' this series. Amazing guys. Just amazing.

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I'm not a horror fan, I love all genres of film. Okay, Saw III isn't as good as Star Wars V, but as franchise, Saw slaughters Star Wars, and most other franchises. Some say that the franchise has gone downhill since Jigsaw's death, and mabey it has, but just a tiny little bit. Most franchises get rubbish by the third film, like Spider-man, X-men, Terminator, Hannibal and The Matrix. So thanks.
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Saw 3 is the best of all of them, Colin, what are you talking about Surprised

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I would like to thank the team for giving me characters that I could relate to and feel for. I love how they took these random actors and arranged them in this series so well, that I felt like I knew them. Saw 5 is my least favorite as well, but I am still going to buy it, and I am still going to go see Saw 6. This is all because of how much I love the series itself. I thank them for taking out the time to create something this great.
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Although Saw III is the worst film ever, it's still one of the best films ever. And as a franchise, it's the best.
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Thanks Leigh. Thanks James.
Fri Jan 30, 2009 3:16 pm
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