“Fincher’s 2007 procedural crime thriller Zodiac is a showcase for the man renowned for his take on intense thrillers.”
Best Motion Picture, Drama What Will Win…: Spotlight …But If It Doesn’t: Mad Max: Fury Road What Should Win: Mad Max: Fury Road Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical What Will Win…: The Big Short …But If It Doesn’t: The Martian What Should Win: The Big Short Best Director Who Will Win…: Ridley Scott (The…
As we enter Week 6 of the Fantasy Movie League, I decided I would have a little added fun and start doing my own round of box office projections for the 15 films available for selection in our league, in addition to doing my usual weekly league previews and wrap-ups. I’ve been having a lot…
Interstellar is inarguably Christopher Nolan’s most ambitious film to date, and it just might be his most beautiful piece of cinematic deception, even in spite of some glaring flaws. ★★★★½
“Deeply resonant and sharply funny, Gone Girl is a thriller worthy of its place among David Fincher’s stellar cinematic oeuvre.” ★★★★½
Matty McAbs is a no-go for Magic Mike XXL, but the rest of the cast will be back for more thrusting.
It’s been a question for some time which category IFC would push Patricia Arquette in come Oscar time, but it seems we’ve found our answer.
David Fincher regularly directs some of the best films American cinema has to offer, yet several studios don’t seem to want to work with the guy.