Saw III

Saw III quotes

43 total quotes (ID: 972)

Amanda Young
Jeff Reinhart
John Kramer/Jigsaw
Lynn Denlon
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Are you gonna behave?


Let me give you the simple version. You will keep him alive, whatever it takes. No excuses, no equivocations. [whispers] No crying.

Yeah, that's right. I'm a murderer.

I'm sorry - it must be distracting when there are so many things here you could kill me with. Like this axe I saw you looking at. Take it. Please, it's yours.I'd go for the neck but I'm not the brain surgeon. Just do it quietly so John doesn't hear me die otherwise he likely to get upset, rip off his heart rate monitor--[Whispers] boom! Then you just have to find the sensor and disarm it so you can walk more than 30 feet out that door without the collar detonating. Or, you can try and take it off yourself. That could be tricky. Slightest knock in the wrong place could trigger it. I should know. I built it.

Kerry: [Last words/Discovering Amanda built the trap she's in, making it inescapeable] You.

[First lines; from the end of Saw II]
Amanda: Game over.
Eric Matthews: I'LL ****ING KILL YOU! YOU ****ING BITCH!!! YOU ****ING BITCH!!! I'LL ****ING KILL YOU!! NO! NO!!

Rigg: [About Troy's trap] What I don't understand is how the hell Jigsaw could have done all this. He was damn near on his deathbed last time we saw him.
Kerry: I'm not so sure he did. So far, this doesn't fit his pattern.
Hoffman: Meaning?
Kerry: Well, how did you get in here?
Rigg: We cut the door down.
Kerry: Why?
Hoffman: Because somebody heard an explosion and called us.
Kerry: I mean, why did you have to cut the door down?
Rigg: It was welded shut. Bloody truck couldn't get through there.
Kerry: Exactly.
Rigg: I don't follow.
Kerry: If the aim of Jigsaw's game was to escape the room before the bomb went off, then why was the door welded shut? Guy couldn't get out even if he wanted to.

[Dr. Lynn Denlon is wheeled into a room and meets a cancer-ridden Jigsaw]
Lynn Denlon: Who are you? Who are you?!
John: Hello, Dr. Denlon. You may not remember me, but I most certainly remember you. I was a guest... at your hospital once.
Lynn Denlon: Where am I?
John: Do you remember me?
[Amanda tosses some files on Lynn, with notable names John Kramer and Lawrence Gordon]
Lynn Denlon: I've seen you on television. Lawrence Gordon was your doctor.
John: I was his patient and he was mine. As you can see from that report, my prognosis isn't good. Would you agree?
[Several words appear on the file, notably Frontal lobe tumor and INOPERABLE]
Lynn Denlon: There's no preventative treatment for what you have.
John: I remember you saying that to me once before in almost the exact same tone. Leave it to a doctor to find such a cold, clinical way of saying I'm dead man walking. Looking at me, how long would you say I have left?
Lynn Denlon: I'd have to examine you. Even then, a frontal lobe tumor is unpredictable. The growth depends on the rate of mytosis versus apostitis.
John: I'm sorry, but is all this crude medical equipment around me causing you to believe that you're still inside a hospital?
Lynn Denlon: No...
John: Then why are you speaking to me in that graduate-school medical jargon? [Lynn doesn't answer, not even looking at him] LOOK AT ME!!!! [Sits up; Lynn is paying attention] Now you look at me. I asked you a simple question: how long do you think I have left?
Lynn Denlon: It's not a simple answer. Based on your file, I'd say... not long.
[John lays down in his bed]
John: Death is a surprise party. Unless, of course, you're already dead on the inside. [Referring to Lynn] Unless you're the type of person who swallows antidepressants to hide the pain? Turns their backs on their husband, neglects their child, who has every possible advantage in life but chooses not to advance.

Lynn Denlon: What do you want from me?
John: What do I want? I want to play a game. The rules of the game are simple. The consequences for breaking them are great: death. You are being tested. Your will is being tested--your will to keep someone alive. Can you do that? Can you follow the rules and grant someone the gift of life?
Lynn Denlon: What is this?!
[Amanda places a large collar onto Lynn's shoulders]
John: The device you are wearing is hooked to my heart rate monitor. The second that heart rate monitor flatlines, or you move out of range, an explosion will go off in that collar. Your life and my life will end simultaneously.
Lynn Denlon: Please. Please don't do this to me. I have a family. I have a family.
Amanda: Let me give you the simple version: you will keep him alive, whatever it takes. No excuses, no equivocations... no crying.
Lynn Denlon: What do you mean, "Keep him alive?"
Amanda: Out there, on those screens, we have another test subject. A man. He will face a series of tests. [Arms one of the collar shells, then another] You will keep John alive until he makes it through. [Arms the third shell] If he completes all of his tests and John is still breathing... [Arms the fourth shell] then I will remove your collar... [Arms the final shell] and you're free to go.
John: You're a vital piece of my puzzle, Dr. Denlon. A critical part of what could be my final test. Amanda, it's time to start our game.

Amanda: So?
Lynn Denlon: My twenty second analysis without any medical equipment is that his brain is herniating.
Amanda: [sarcastically] Oh.
Lynn Denlon: He needs to go to the hospital and have an operation to decompress his brain.
Amanda: Come here. No, really, come here. [Lynn backs away] Come here.
Lynn Denlon: No.
Amanda: Let me ask you something.[Grabs Lynn] Did I bring John to you, or did I bring your self-centered ass to him? Now you better start ****ing paying attention. No one's going to any hospital.
Lynn Denlon: I can't perform miracles. You're giving him pain killers. For a tumor like this, he needs steroids, prednisones.
Amanda: [sarcastically] Oh, good, yeah. Maybe we could try some corticosteroids. You know, like DEXAMETHASONE!! Why don't you ****in' tell me something I don't know, you stupid ****!
Lynn Denlon: The only place that he can get those drugs is in a hospital. Or else he's gonna die.
Amanda: You are not a good listener. I think you missed the part that if he dies, you die.
Lynn: You're asking me to do the impossible.
Amanda: I'm not asking you. He is. He chose you. [Brutally shakes a table to get Lynn's attention] Not me.
John: Amanda. Our doctor can't do what's being asked of her if you're threatening her. The rules of our game have been made very clear. You need to abide by those rules.
Amanda: Sorry.

[After John has a nearly fatal seizure after the above dialogue]
Lynn: Was that enough for you? Are you ready to go to a hospital now? He needs to have an operation.
Amanda: Okay.
Lynn: Okay.
Amanda: But we do it here. We do it here.
Lynn: What?
Amanda: What do you need?
Lynn: I need anesthetic for a procedure like this.
Amanda: Anesthetic. What else?
Lynn: Even with an anesthetic--
Amanda: Anesthetic! What else?
Lynn: A power drill.

Lynn Denlon: Amanda, if you really care about John, you won't let me do this to him. You're a smart woman. You know what's right for him.
Amanda: I'm sorry. I know it's hard to concentrate when you're surrounded by so many things you could kill me with. Like this axe I saw you looking at. [Picks up an axe] Take it. Please, it's yours. [Hands it to Lynn and turns around] I'd go for the neck but I'm not the brain surgeon. Just do it quietly so John doesn't hear me die otherwise he likely to get upset, rip off his heart rate monitor--[Whispers] boom! Then you just have to find the sensor and disarm it so you can walk more than 30 feet out that door without the collar detonating. Or, you can try and take it off yourself. That could be tricky. Slightest knock in the wrong place could trigger it. I should know. [Turns around] I built it. [Grabs the axe] So do you have everything you need?
Lynn Denlon: I have the tools to cut someone open. I don't have the tools to save a life.
Amanda: [Looks down at the jaw trap from the first movie on the floor] You'd be surprised at what tools can save a life.

[Whilst Lynn is operating on John's brain]
Lynn: John, how are you doing?
John: Never better.

John: Don't you think it'd be wise to engage me in conversation for your own sake? I asked you to tell me about your husband.
Lynn: It's like... we're strangers, now. Last time I saw him, we were so disconnected. But now, I'd give anything in the world to see my husband.
John: Matrimony's always fascinated me. Husbands barely able to look at their wives. Wives on their backs in hotel rooms with perfect strangers. People who bear children, only to neglect them. Till death do us part, indeed.
Lynn: I don't know what think you know, but my marrige has survived more suffering than someone like you could ever grasp.
John: Suffering? You haven't seen anything yet. Someone like me? Who am I?
Lynn: A monster. A murderer.
John: I don't condone murder and I despise murderers.

[After a brutal fight in a deleted scene]
Lynn: I'm gonna ****ing KILL YOU!!
Amanda: Kill me and you'll never get the key to that ****ing collar.
[Lynn takes the key off of Amanda's necklace and places it into the collar, only to find it doesn't fit]
Lynn: ****! ****!!
[Lynn leaves; Amanda gives her a smug look [2]]