Moody, dark, smart but too sloth-like in parts
Great look into the Zodiac killer mystery. Fincher has a way with thrillers.
over 1 year
I love Jake 's realistic acting😍😍
One of the most realistic and suspenseful true crime films I have seen.
over 2 years
A mystery so well-spun you want to don Gylenhaal's tinfoil hat and figure it out yourself
over 3 years
the more I go back to this movie, the more I love it.
Quite long, but really enjoyable and well done all round.
Down through all eternity
The crying of humanity
It is then when the Hurdy Gurdy Man comes
Meh. Stopped about halfway through due to boredom.
over 4 years
very nice detective chasing serial killer movie
almost 5 years
Waiting for this to end was like waiting for the second coming of Jesus
Probably as resolute an ending as you're going to get for an unsolved murder case
over 5 years
I love the actors...and it's just a really great movie overall.
Intriguing, intense, thrilling.
over 6 years
Technically very, very good. Acting leaves a little to be desired.
over 6 years
David Fincher's masterpiece...
Zodiac is a 2007 American mystery-thriller film directed by David Fincher and based on Robert Graysmith's non-fiction book of the same name. The Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. joint production stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo, and Robert Downey, Jr.
Zodiac tells the story of the hunt for a notorious serial killer known as "Zodiac" who killed in and around the San Francisco Bay Area during the late 1960s and early 1970s, leaving several victims in his wake and taunting police with letters and ciphers mailed to newspapers. The case remains one of San Francisco's most infamous unsolved crimes.
Fincher, screenwriter James Vanderbilt, and producer Brad Fischer spent 18 months conducting their own investigation and research into the Zodiac murders. During filming, Fincher employed the digital Thomson Viper Filmstream camera to shoot the film. Contrary to popular belief, Zodiac was not shot entirely digitally; traditional high-speed film cameras were used for slow-motion murder...