Here we go again with another "Saw" film. I am not a big fan of the series. They are not terrible movies, but they're not great. They are just average horror movies with nothing special about them.
"Saw VI" felt the same way. It has your usual torture situations with a lot of blood and guts. This film tries to be somewhat political dealing with health care issues. I like that message, but I sort of felt it was too in your face. It could have been more subtile about its message, but then again, we are talking about "Saw VI".
My biggest problem with the film was all of the flashbacks. So many times, we are looking at flashbacks from other "Saw" films. I think it is a mistake to connect each "Saw" film with a story line. I have seen all of the films, but I forgot what had happened. I don't care about the characters. I think each film should stand on its own.
"Saw VI" has a lot of problems, but I wouldn't say I was bored. It kept my interest and it was tolerable, which is a lot more I can say about many other films in their 5th sequel.