G Clark examines the genius of David Fincher through one of the director’s most underrated and critically undervalued works: ‘The Game.’
Tag Archives | David Fincher
From Ashby to Malick; from Soderbergh to Tarantino, the staff lists some of their favorite sophomore directorial films of all time.
One of the best scenes of the film occurs before the narrative even begins.
DGA nominations help breathe new life into one film and prove others are locks.
‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ works better as a visual showcase for Fincher than a narrative film.
Mixed reviews come in for David Fincher’s adaptation of the Swedish crime franchise.
‘Tree of Life’ tops Sight & Sound, Radcliffe to play Ginsberg, first look at The Lizard, redband for ‘Shame’…
David Fincher’s Oscar speech, Criterion on iTunes, ‘Young Adult’ review, derivative movie posters…
Justin breaks the first rule of ‘Fight Club’ to talk about one of his biggest cinematic blind spots.
Making Oscar predictions on the five most anticipated movies that nobody has seen yet.
Kermit and friends provide an amusing break from the work day.
This fantastic frenetic trailer for one of the most anticipated movies of the year looks great.
Cannes vs. Oscar films, kung-fu ‘Hamlet,’ ‘Rango’ praise, the work of David Fincher…
Hours away from the Oscars there are a few categories that are still completely up in the air. These are the five most difficult to predict categories this year.
‘The King’s Speech’ nearly sweeps the BAFTA Awards, but it loses in one key category.
‘The Social Network’ continues its precursor dominance by sweeping the Boston Critics awards.
‘The Social Network’ wins another big batch of Awards. Will David Fincher’s film be able to sustain its success throughout the entire precursor season or will it peak too early?
With the release of ‘The Social Network,’ I conclude my series on his filmography with an analyzation of his first film and his entire career.
The sound designers on ‘The Social Network’ show that just as much work and creativity goes into a “quiet” movie.
‘The Game’ is certainly not Fincherâ€™s strongest film, but it was a solid follow-up to his great debut, Se7en. It is a relatively simple-minded story that goes a few steps beyond the typical blockbuster.