This movie intertwines stories of people who, on the surface, have next to nothing in common. You follow Will Smith’s character, Tim, who is actually pretending to be his brother, Ben. Tim is on a journey of redemption, guilt, shame and sacrifice. The ending is beautiful, tragic and actually makes a lot of sense. Not your average, scary plot twist, but an amazing story of humanity and the urge to atone for past mistakes.
Bruce Willis is at it again with a thriller that has you on the edge of your seat until the very end. This movie is a journey of destiny, survival and what it means to be a hero. Samuel L. Jackson plays an ominous role that ultimately holds the key to what makes this movie so surprising in the end.
Wow. What a film. The ending was intense, creepy and powerful. This is just a movie that gets weirder and better at the same time. This movie created a genre of its own and the response from viewers was overwhelmingly positive. One of the highest rated horror movies on Rotten Tomatoes, the surprise ending left majority of movie-goers freaked out and afraid of anyone who stirs a cup of tea.
The original. The first of its kind. The most disturbing, gory movie that I have ever seen. The first movie really set the tone for the rest of the series that has taken over the gore/horror genre of movies.
In the ending, we find out that Jigsaw was actually in the torture room the whole time. Which is just, I mean kind of impossible, but mostly mind-blowing. The overall theme of unreal gore of this movie is what makes it so surprising, disturbing and weirdly addicting for some people.
This movie ends in a surprising tragedy. No one wants to see a man kill his own son.
This one is hard to watch; the ending is one that you should rejoice for but are too filled with grief and sadness to be excited when help finally comes to save David, the main character, from the poisonous mist, after it’s just a few moments too late.