|Starring:||Paul Taylor, Matt Moore, Reza Bahador|
|Directors:||Johnny Yong Bosch, Koichi Sakamoto|
|Run time:||1 hour 19 minutes|
|Rental release:||24 Apr 2006|
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Alert Alert Avoid this filmBy a customer from England , 24 Jun 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]Evrything about this film screams cheap and nasty,
Camera work Pants
Acting Pants (they were actors? What and not teenagers dragged in off the street)
Never have I watched this kind of film and wanted the bad guy to hurry up and take some of the bad actors out, escpecially the blonde lass ooh she was irritating. And whats with the little oriental guy? One min his rolling around like all his ribs have been crushed ,, next his jumping around like a ninja on acid.
Sorry about the rant, but hey, you watch this film and resist the urge.
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Sometimes a small budget can be a good thingBy Jhas (12 reviews) from Cardiff , 19 Mar 2011Mostly because it allows the focus to remain with the story rather than effects.
In this example though - it only means that a lot of money was saved from being thrown down a drain. Trust me, no amount of money could have saved this film from being other than a waste of everyone's time.
And trust me - that's the only good thing about the film.
The acting can be beaten by a primary school nativity, the camera work looks like CCTV could have found better angles and frankly the storyline feels as though it's been written by an over eager child with no sense of developing a plot or making anyone actually want to continue.
In one bathroom scene not only do we see someone sitting on the toilet, but for no reason at all the dialogue is plagued with a hand dryer going off in the background.
Can I think of any reason to watch this film again? None.
Sawed is a horrific film and a perfect example of why having no backing or budget might be a good reason to just not bother.
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SOREBy druski (102 reviews) from Leeds , 28 Jul 2008Ameteur hour once again as a high school jock gets his hands on a ton of money and makes a film of his/her ideas only for it to end up a complete mess due to poor script, acting, lighting, editing, and everything else.
A cash in con-artist ladies and gentlemen.
1 part slasher 1 part kung foo =By a customer from Leicester , 16 Aug 2007......A load of old bollocks. Where shall we begin? The acting......Christ, obviously this is the high school's drama club putting on a production. You've got these two girls, Juggs and Baby's Voice; how they're friends i'll never know. Why would you interact with someone who obviously doesnt like you? It had that 'normal people would'nt act like that' heir all throughout the movie. All the major characters know karate......including the cops, who if I may add are always a day late and a dollar short at every opportunity, if you have any self respect at all, do not watch this film, EVER EVER EVER.
Unwatchable - 'nuff saidBy Groble (7 reviews) from York , 07 Jul 2007This is one of the few films I found myself unable to sit through. I took it straigh out of the DVD player and sent it back to love film, dissapointed that I wouldn't get something to wash the taste away for another 2 days
NNooooooBy Phil from Exeter, England , 25 May 2007This film is so bad. So bloody cheesy with such bad acting. Stay away from this absolute waste of time.