I did. I loved it to be honest. I enjoyed the second one aswell for the concept and philosophy they put in there at bits. Not so much the actual movie, but more his reasoning(at this point in the series). About testing the fabric of human nature, about how things seem more important when you have a deadline ect. I just thought it was brilliant. Theyve... made it more boreing traps now. The traps never got me, it was the acting and mind games and puzzles that were all meant for a point and that point being something grander than the way society would percieve it. Society would perceive John Krammer as a physco and the traps as sadistic ect, but the first movie, I didn't see that exclusively, there was alot more in the work, the puzzle he made, which was amplified by the concepts in the 3rd movie. *kinda a spolier Now everythings coming together except it's just a circle of the actors involved which is more like a tv series or something. It's lost the greater lessons it had, and the intrigue. I actually enjoyed trying to figure out the first saw, but now.. Man I long for a brilliant horror with some god damn awsome life lessons and awsome puzzles and brilliant acting and brilliant twists. Hmm.. lol sf should make a saw movie.