Saw V Commentary

This Saw V Commentary contains David Hackl, who served as production designer on Saw II, Saw III, and Saw IV, made his directorial debut in Saw V. The film focuses primarily on the events that led up to Detective Mark Hoffman becoming an apprentice of the Jigsaw Killer, as well as his efforts to prevent anyone else from learning his secret.

Saw V opened on Halloween 2008 and earned $30,053,954 in its opening weekend. It ranked second in box office rankings that weekend. It was the first time since the original film that a Saw film didn’t open #1 at the box office.

War for the Planet of the Apes Review (2017)

War for the Planet of the Apes

The rebooted trilogy that included digitally enhanced actors portraying apes, most notably Andy Serkis who played the lead, Caesar, comes to its conclusion in “War for the Planet of the Apes.” A film directed by Matt Reeves and also starring Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Amiah Miller.

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Planet of the Apes (1968) Review

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With “War for the Planet of the Apes” only days away, I thought it would be fun to look back at how it all started. That film is “Planet of the Apes” made in 1968 by director Franklin J. Schaffner and based on the book written by Pierre Boulle.

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Box Office Report 7-10-17: Spider-Man Dominates as War Looms

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The weekend of July 7th should show all studios that people are willing to go to a film no matter how long it has been in theaters. That should be evident by taking a look at this weekend’s top 5 grossing films which are very diverse, however “Spider-Man: Homecoming” took home the top prize with a big blockbuster ready for a wide release next week.

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Saw II Commentary

After the massive success of 2004’s “Saw,” Darren Lynn Bousman directed the highly anticipated sequel in 2005. Check out my commentary track to hear some insight in to what they got right, what they could have done better and learn some fun trivia along the way. You will need a blu-ray or DVD of “Saw II” and 1 hour and 37 minutes of your time.