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After having a terrible day, a young boy wishes his family would experience his misery, which they later do. Based on the novel ‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day’ written by Judith Viorst Atheneum; June 1, 1972.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been ten years since James Wan’s Saw first hit theaters, creating a massive franchise for Lionsgate, and making a household name out of Wan and frequent collaborator Leigh Whannell. Say what you will about the later sequels, but it’s impossible to deny that 2004’s Saw came out of nowhere and hit hard. It inspired not only the entire series, but many other films that followed the trend set by the first, very original film. Now a decade later, Lionsgate is bringing Jigsaw back, when they roll out a 10th anniversary theatrical re-release of Saw, beginning October 31st (with some midnight showings on October 30th in certain areas). While I’m not a massive fan of the series, I really enjoy the first and third films in the series, and couldn’t be more excited about revisiting the original film on the big screen again. »
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