David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the definitive version of this internationally renowned source material, besting both the book and the Swedish film of the same name. [Read more...]
Before going on to the review, I must warn a vast majority of you all that are interested in seeing David Fincher’s adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s book series The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. If you cannot handle any sort of ultra-violence, which includes pictures of brutal murders and a couple of scenes of rape and torture, then this movie might not be for you. Also, if you are a movie goer and easily gets lost in such a way that you leave the theater scratching your head, then once again, this movie is probably not for you. But if you are a brave soul who loves a good murder mystery, then by all means, go and see this film.
David Fincher’s latest is a crime masterpiece and leads us on a history lesson through the obsessive lives these crimes forced these men into.
Zodiac was sold as a creepy serial killer film filled with horror murders to the public, and while it does contain all of those aspects, there isn’t a murder after the first 45 minutes of the film. Some people were left scratching there head and had no idea what they were getting into, a procedural drama carrying us through the painstaking search for the killer by a number of individuals. [Read more...]