I'm a big fan of the Saw movies. I think they are intelligent hybrids of mystery and horror. Anyone who dismisses them as torture porn isn't going into the genre with an open mind. My favorite in the series is Saw 2. VERY smart script with clever surprises. Saw 5 is much like Saw 4 in tone and structure and without surprise mystery endings. They are both good horror-mystery movies, but this latest, Saw 5, is probably the weakest of the series, which I remember saying about Saw 4. It's really a police drama, and it's obvious to me that the writers are watching too many TV dramas/mysteries. Still, I'm already looking forward to Saw 6, and hope somehow they are able to revive Jigsaw to get back in the "game" because he is the real strength of the series.
High School Musical 3, perhaps the flipside of Saw 5, is a positive, energetic, fun-spirited show that I look forward to seeing again with my wife tomorrow. She hasn't seen it yet. HSM3 is exactly what I like about Disney: no meanness, no sarcasm, no body humor, good clean fun. Plus musical numbers that energize. The musical #s are the greatest parts of this film. I haven't seen the first 2 of the series, since they were made for TV, but I'm going to have to check them out now. HMS3 dabbles in stereotypes, but not the way you expect. There's even a gay character who is neither made fun of nor provoked for his being different. A lovely film of tolerance and hope for the future.