I liked it. It did seem to be structure/paced strangely for a movie, but it didn't make me like it less. I just kept thinking it was over, and then more movie happened.
The Fincher movie?
I've heard that its good, but a bit long.
Almost like he tried to make a movie that watched like reading a book (if that makes sense).
Is that what you all felt as well?
It was good. The theater was freezing, so I was ready when it was over. I'd definitely watch it again.
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It is structured more like a novel with very detailed scenes that most movies would edit down. The story takes place over a number of years, unlike the typical Hollywood serial killer plot that unfolds in a relatively short time. But that's what I liked about it. You really got the sense that it was an accurate depiction of the search for the Zodiac killer and not just a by-the-numbers Hollywood movie.
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It's my favorite movie of the year so far.
Is the Board a hive-mind now?
Why didn't I get the memo? Damn, where do I go for the wi-fi hook-up?
I loved it. One of the best of the year for me.
"Masterful film-making... by a modern master."
Unfortunately, the complexity of the story does present some challenges, which might explain why the film failed.
But that cheap shot at Dirty Harry was, um... priceless.
i liked it.