Saw3 - Reception - Critical Response - Award Nominations

Award Nominations

Saw III was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Horror Film, but lost to The Descent. It was also nominated as the "Choice Movie: Horror/Thriller" at the Teen Choice Awards, but lost to Disturbia. Bell was nominated for a MTV Movie Award for Best Villain. He lost to Jack Nicholson for his role in The Departed.

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