By Shamal Asnani, Courier Film Reviewer
The sixth installment of the Saw series was released in theatres October 23, 2009. John Kramer/ Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) once again reprises his role in this movie, showing that even after death, he is still in much control over people’s lives, weather it be he apprentices, or future victims. Not unlike its prequels, the films plot focuses on a certain person of Jigsaw’s choosing, who is being tested through various life endangering games in order to prove that they possess the will to live. In Saw VI, William Easton (Peter Outerbridge), an executive at a health insurance company, is chosen to endure the mental and physical torture of Jigsaw’s games.
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1945 Kalakaua Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96805
While my family and I were on vacation in Hawaii, we were walking around Waikiki and happened to find Cheeseburger Waikiki along Kalakua Avenue. My mom suggested we go in for a bite since her co-worker recommended it. Not knowing what to expect, I stepped in and was happy with the surroundings.
The restaurant is lined with authentic décor of pre-statehood Hawaii, including posters and other relics from Pearl Harbor. You don’t get a “fancy” feel at the restaurant; you get the feeling that this is somewhere you can be comfortable and get your hands (and maybe even clothes) greasy. The restaurant isn’t enclosed either, so you can feel free to look outside and take in the brisk city life.
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Ruth Gordon Jones
(October 30, 1896 – August 28, 1985), better known as Ruth Gordon, was an American actress and writer. She was perhaps best known for her film roles such as the oversolicitous neighbor in Rosemary's Baby,
the eccentric life-loving Maude in Harold and Maude
and as the mother of Orville Boggs in the Every Which Way
films. In addition to her acting career, Gordon wrote numerous well-known plays, film scripts and books. Oscar nominated for both writing and acting, Gordon won an Oscar, an Emmy and two Golden Globe awards for her acting.
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