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  • Posted October 1, 2010


    This movie had me glued to every second of it!! Did not want to be disturbed in any way. I watched it several times to sink in all the details, follows the book closely. The cast of characters fit each character to a T. The Music Soundtrack, brought every detail to life also. Very graphic, but outstanding!!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Slowly Develops Into Something Certainly Worth Watching

    Of the people I know who've seen this movie, the number one complaint I hear about it is that it's too long, and it moves too slow. To me, that's nothing to complain about. True, Zodiac moves along at a slower pace than most thrillers, but that's what makes it unique. The film moves along at a deliberately slower-than-normal pace in order to gradually allow you to develop the same emotions the characters in the film are feeling: frustration, desperation, hopelessness, and fear. By the end of the film, you're as frustrated with the fact that the Zodiac hasn't been caught as everyone who was trying to catch him, and that's part of the beauty of this film. The actors give subtle yet authentic performances, particularly Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo, and Fincher's direction is, as always, deliberate and excellent. If you haven't seen this movie, see it, and if you have, give it another chance.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The dude

    An underrated masterpiece. Reminded me of other "deliberately paced" movies of the 70s(the setting) like All the Presidents Men. Some found Zodiac "long" or "boring", but these reviews miss the point of the film or misunderstood what they were getting into. Some thought they were seeing a serial killer movie when they were actually watching a film about obsession. The details of the film, just like the Zodiac case itself, are the most fascinating.

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