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IGN’s Todd Gilchrist says “Fincher creates a righteous epic about San Francisco’s Zodiac killer.” Read on:
There aren’t a lot of directors today whose movies I’d see even if the plot revolved around paint drying, but David Fincher is one of them. God knows the man legitimized music-video helmers-turned-filmmakers more than any working director, and one suspects that if his story did actually hinge upon the above “plot,” that would indeed be some damn beautiful enamel airing out up there on the screen.
His latest movie, curiously enough, is a story that does seem a little dry on occasion — and I mean that as a compliment. Sublimating all of the visual trickery that distinguished his previous films from the b- and c-grade genres from whence they came, Fincher creates a righteous epic about San Francisco’s Zodiac killer and in so doing offers a cathartic close to the exact kind of serial tomes that made his name as an a-list moviemaker.
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