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Zodiac (2007)

Thriller | 157 minutes / 162 minutes (director's cut)
3,61 3.465 votes

Genre: Crime / Thriller

Duration: 157 minuten / 162 minuten (director's cut)

Country: United States

Directed by: David Fincher

Stars: Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr.

IMDb score: 7,7 (597.087)

Releasedate: 2 March 2007

Zodiac plot

"There's more than one way to lose your life to a killer."

This film tells the true story of a notorious serial killer who lived in San Francisco in the late 1960s. This killer, who was never caught, left strange clues and letters with his victims. This method and the fact that he was never caught still gives him a legendary status.

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IH88

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“I am not the Zodiac. And if I were, I certainly wouldn't tell you.”

With Zodiac, Fincher once again shows what a great director he is. It's not easy to keep a movie with lots of time jumps, lots of dialogues and an ending that everyone knows exciting. The film is long but for the most part Fincher manages to deliver a gripping thriller that also looks insanely beautiful. Because the cinematography is beautiful and the sixties and seventies really come to life.

You need strong actors in these kinds of movies and luckily Gyllenhaal, Downey Jr. and Ruffalo very strong. Gyllenhaal in particular knows how to play his frustration well and he is eventually completely absorbed by the case. The murders themselves are shown in all its horror, which gives a realistic touch. Just like the arduous search for a serial killer who is very careful and methodical, and who likes a game. Ultimately, Fincher puts forward a clear culprit, but a lot is also kept open to interpretation. A beautiful film that continues to fascinate despite its length.

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VanRippestein

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Messy, unfocused and an hour too long. The few scenes that should be really exciting lose all their power because of the long-windedness of the rest.

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umbra

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Gosh I've seen them better in the thriller genre. It is all rather slow and then the playing time is not a plus either, also too little tension to be really great, mediocrity just dominates in this film. Expected a lot more from it.

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