"Saw III" may be slightly better than the previous film, but not by a whole lot. In the previous film we learn that Jigsaw has cancer and is dying. He is now in a warehouse where one of his disciples has kidnapped a doctor to keep him alive. While we see the doctor perform surgery on Jigsaw and some dialogue exchanges, not much happens here, the real storyline involves a man that has to go from room to room in a warehouse and confront people who were some way involved in the death of his son. He has to confront letting go of the past and being able to forgive those involved. Each person is set in a complex trap. The traps in this installment are a lot more upgraded than in the previous two films. The acting is not great, and the characters aren't terribly likable, but generally they are a bit more likable than in "Saw II." The gore is kicked up a notch here too. There are some real nasty traps and when they are activated they tend to be very destructive to the human body. For fans of torture horror, this is for you. I do find this films entertaining, but I can also see why they are not very good movies (it's not bad to like bad movies). The story is a bit less interesting than the previous film I think, but there is enough there to keep the viewer entertained. There is no real good dialogue, all things considered there really isn't a whole lot of it in this movie. This is probably where the "Saw" series should have ended, the first three form a decent horror trilogy. There again is a twist ending and some shocking developments that happen, which is what we expect from this franchise. Overall, I give this movie a 5.5/10.