Well John does it again, but this time he's already dead when the movie starts. The first scene opens with his autopsy and a tape found in his stomach. You think it's just the beginning. This series is so consistent. Rigg, the last SWAT member of the original police team, is the main player this time around, and all he has to do is let things happen. He has to learn to let people save themselves instead of trying to be the hero all the time. It appears that his main objective is to find detective Matthews who was captured in the second film. The ending is crazy and twisted, and, of course, the gag factor is high on the charts, but the movie's ending (as with all the other Saw movies) totally pulls a fast one on you and leaves you shaking your head and wondering what will happen next. This series is crazy but addictive in a sick way. I can't believe I want to see the next one.