One day you have the courage to ask your long-time crush to meet with you at the weekend.
One day you have the courage to aks your long-time crush to meet with you on the weekend.
The most awaited meeting of your life.
Now the second phase, When the wait is over and you finally get to meet the person you have been waiting for, you get a feeling of love, care, concern, appreciation and it is a total feeling of fulfilment. You get that feeling that you have been waiting for.
The day you finally get that positive word that he likes you.
Now the day you meet the person you have been waiting for.
And as soon as he walks in, your heart flutters.
A young boy working up the courage to ask his long-time crush to dance with him at the school dance.
It takes the power of his words to make the girl look at him in a whole new light and ask him to dance with her.
Another young girl who finds out her ex-boyfriend was cheating on her when she sees a picture of them.
She takes revenge by “accidentally” cutting him into pieces.
“Jigsaw” was released on DVD on January 7, 2005, and has been re-released several times.
The film holds a 6% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Based on 36 reviews, the average rating is 2.9/10.
The site’s consensus states, “Lacking in terror or thrills, this film-within-a-film is forgettable and unengaging.”
On Metacritic, the film holds a 31 out of 100 based on 15 critics, indicating “generally unfavorable reviews”.
Roger Ebert gave the film zero stars, stating, “This is a shoddy and unenjoyable movie, a mediocre slasher flick in which a bunch of schmucks try to scare each other.”
Peter Travers of “Rolling Stone” called the film “a limp-wristed exercise in shock-and-tear”.
The film earned $2,783,960 in domestic ticket sales during its theatrical run.
On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 6% approval rating based on 34 reviews, with an average rating of 2.6/10.
The site’s consensus states: “”Jigsaw” isn’t scary, thrilling or even especially funny, but it does have an irresistible clown’s smile.”
On Metacritic, the film holds a 31 out of 100 based on 9 critics, indicating “generally unfavorable reviews”.