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It's a set of pig slaughter house awful tales playing the same script of Pedro Paramo novel over and over.
Sadly the horror tales forgotten in Hollywood, the low income scaring business of gore, lacks of real coherent stories. It's made to continue endlessly leaving loose ends on purpose. The scheme is old, boring and repetitive.
Someone who got a bad experience in life wants to ruin the day of other people choosing who lives or die. How infantile.
Finally a video that tells u the story the wrote way round as the movies u can work it out but u get easily confused cos u get bits before and after completely muddle up in the films but man wish the guy who made this vid made it a little slower had to keep skipping toward as it was going so fast. But still thank for the vid 👍🏻
I remember enjoying the first film back in 2004. Now this is just ridiculous. Obviously, movies studios can't produce original content anymore--or are afraid to take chances--and now pump out sequels as a money-grabbing scheme. Sadly, it seems to work.
Unless you go by Jigsaw in which case John said we don't use the traps for revenge or anger. Something Logan did with Detective Halloran. But then again Halloran was a pretty awful person/detective. Therefore Logan's actions may have been justified to John, or he may have viewed them as Revenge since Halloran did kill Logan's wife by letting Edgar Munsen go who did eventually end up killing Logan's wife which would make it sort of revenge for killing Edgar Munsen and Halloran. The two people he blames for his wife's death.
Saw 3 is where the series really starts to fall apart. The main reason is because at the end of Saw 2 they should have just made John die due to the beating Detective Eric Mathews gave him. And Saw 3 should have been Amanda and Hoffman arguing about the way the traps should have been done. And eventually (If they wanted to continue the series) they could have put Hoffman or Amanda in a trap that either they escape (Therefore a possible villain in the next movies or a possible protagonist *depending upon Amanda or Hoffman*) or they don't escape and the 3rd film shows the way in which the two accomplices full fill John's work. Since above all John valued treating life sacred which both Amanda and Hoffman did not demonstrate as much as John. Amanda sort of did, but Hoffman treated human beings like they were cattle or less than human.
Two people survived the trap plot in Saw V.The drug addict and the real estate lady. The lady is shown to survive in Saw V and the man makes a cameo in the scene with all the survivors in Saw 3D. Petty, but details man, details.
The Genius Who Invented Economics Blogging Reveals How He Got Everything Right And Whats Coming Next.
Bill McBride, Calculated Risk The economics blogosphere was invented in early 2005 by a retired technology executive in Southern California named Bill McBride.
Thank God for that, because his blog, Calculated Risk, has been an invaluable and influential read for numerous reasons.
For one thing, its always been right. In its early days, when we all started reading it, it was way ahead of the curve in terms of warning about the housing bubble, horrible bank lending practices, and generally the economic collapse. From his perch in Newport Beach, CA he could see first hand the people taking out loans worth 10x their income, filling their Inland Empire garages with Harleys and Boats that they obviously couldnt afford.
But unlike many other bloggers who made a name during the crisis, he didnt stick with the doom and gloom message. He started making arguments for a GDP rebound in 2009.
Then in February of this year, he made his most important call: He announced: The Housing Bottom Is Here . McBride had officially come full circle from his days warning of housing collapse. Today, 8 months later, the housing bottom is becoming general consensus.
In addition to being correct on the economy, Calculated Risk has imparted the internet with other good practices, such as dutifully charting out the data, and examining data in an impartial, apolitical, non-hysterical manner.