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    i have just seen saw , reli liked it . iz saw 2 eny good ? might get it

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    if you like 1 then you will love 2

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    cool cool

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    Saw 1 was so frikkin good, I'm gonna see part 2 tomorrow for the first time, Im so frikkin curious. But all I heard about it that its a big dissapointment after part 1.

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    nahhh Saw 2 was amazing. maybe not as good as Saw 1 but still amazing. the twist at the end had me jumping outta my seat.
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    lol i have gota see this

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    here, saw 2 got ratings of like 2/10, i thought it was pretty damn good, some parts made go ahh damn, especially one part when you see it you'll know what im talkin bout out that end, some sick shit, i thought it was way better than the reviews it got here
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    Great flicks!

    I liked 1 more than 2..........but, 2 was more dramatic and shit.
    They were both really creepy and suspensefull.

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    Saw was chilled, the second was alright. Both worth a watch at least

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    Damn i want to see these movies so bad

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    saw 1 was better than saw 2, because the ending in saw 1 was insane, but saw 2 was sorta perdictable...

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    Saw 2 was ok. Saw 1 was much, MUCH better.
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    Yeah saw 2 was pretty. I liked all the different ways jigsaw killed all of um in saw two. The only killing i liked in saw 1 was with the shotgun trip wire.

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    2 is beyond trash
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    I watched the first one at the cinema without knowing what it was about before going in (or the hype), which made it all the more cool upon first viewing.

    Can only echo what other people have said about the second Saw, it never really get going for me and didn't have the same sort of suspense that the first one had.

    I don't think we are done yet either, maybe a third, let's hope it isn't going to turn into a Nightmare On Elm Street-type horror film of our generation, with four or five sub-par sequels.

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