Release Date : Mar 2, 2007 Wide Genre Movie :Mystery & Suspense
Mpaa Rating : R
Actors :Mark Ruffalo,Jake Gyllenhaal,Robert Downey Jr.,Anthony Edwards,Brian Cox,Charles Fleischer,Zach Grenier,Philip Baker Hall,Elias Koteas,John Lacy,Donal Logue,John Carroll Lynch,Dermot Mulroney,Ed Setrakian,Chloë Sevigny,John Getz,John Terry,Candy Clark,Adam Goldberg,James LeGros
The true story behind the murders that many crime scholars believe to be the most perplexing series of unsolved crimes in modern history comes to the screen in chilling detail as Fight Club and Seven director David Fincher steps behind the camera to tell the mysterious tale of the infamous Zodiac killer. A relentless serial killer is stalking the streets of the San Francisco Bay Area, leaving citizens locked into a constant state of panic, and baffled authorities scrambling for clues. Though the killer sadistically mocks the detectives by leaving a series of perplexing ciphers and menacing letters at the crime scenes, the investigation quickly flatlines when none of the evidence yields any solid leads. As two detectives remain steadfast in their devotion to bringing the elusive killer to justice, they soon find that the madman has control not only over their careers, but their very lives as well. Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo, and Robert Downey Jr. star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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New Review For Movie ZodiacThere are no tidy, last-minute plot twists to make you feel good in Fincher's Zodiac, just focus -- to keep an audience focused -- and the most disciplined filmmaking you've seen in forever.
[W]here Se7en, with its stygian gloom and theatrical executions, inflated the serial killer genre to gothic proportions, Zodiac lets the air back out. It is methodical rather than macabre, clinical rather than cruel.
Christopher Orr-The New Republic
Fincher, more subdued ... and aching for a return to smart suspense films from the likes of Sidney Lumet and Alan J. Pakula, pulls us by the collar into the frame and cranks the sense of menace taut without cheap tricks or cop-out gimmicks.
Gyllenhaal always manages to present a person of some sensitivity without leaning on actorish resources.
Stanley Kauffmann-The New Republic
I think this is a great film.
Richard Roeper-Ebert & Roeper
Several bravura suspense sequences - can't help but recall slasher convention.
Ben Walters-Time Out
Beautifully poised, slow and sinister: a trance of expectant menace in which Fincher holds his audience until the movie's finale.
Luke Goodsell-Empire Magazine Australasia
A complex crime drama that limits its action, opting to save it for the times that bring the greatest impact.
Ryan Cracknell-Movie Views
So insistent, and successful, is David Fincher at duplicating real-life hypervigilance that you may try writing a "k" in two, not three, strokes to see the difference - damning and admiring how this indisputable masterpiece drags you down the rabbit hole.
Zodiac is a great film that many true crime buffs would love due to the treatment given to the subject, and that many movie fans will admire thanks to David Fincher's direction and the performances of its cast.
Matthew Pejkovic-Matt's Movie Reviews
Ultimately the lack of tautness in the storytelling, seemingly stemming from a desire to be as faithful as possible to Graysmith's book, costs the film dearly.
Ben Rawson-Jones-Digital Spy
An enthrallingly unsatisfactory film, worth watching and deciphering
Fernando F. Croce-CinePassion
Zodiac is a marvel of moody photography, as it tries to capture the funereal pall hanging over a metropolitan city in the grip of fear.
...an effective reenactment of some chilling real-life events.
John J. Puccio-Movie Metropolis
Zodiac does a great job of showing three different paths (reporter, cop, cartoonist) in trying to capture a serial killer.
Jeff Bayer-The Scorecard Review
Zodiac has us ponder the frustrations of a case that won't close up tightly like your weekly CSI.
Matthew Sorrento-Film Threat
Gone are the emphatic jumps and the flying-camera-through-the-keyhole style of "Panic Room". By avoiding the superficial scares he ends up creating a more devastating dread
It is not its lack of resolution that makes Zodiac a poor film, it is its stupefying dull progression.
An all-star cast delivers in David Fincher's look into the investigation around one of history's great unsolved serial killer cases.
Wesley Lovell-Cinema Sight
What makes this movie special is that really, not much happens. ,yet it's insanely gripping, even if someone is explaining discovery or flipping through a file.
... with this film [Fincher] detours from the graphic violence and depravity of Se7en and Fight Club to a more psychological realm of terror.
Felix Gonzalez Jr.-DVD Review
David Fincher presents an intriguing and intelligent puzzle of a film.
Urban Cinefile Critics-Urban Cinefile
Not until well into its second hour does it settle on a theme: the need to know the truth, and the dismal toll of that futile obsession.
Peter Keough-Boston Phoenix
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Movie Overview For ZodiacBased on the actual case files for one of the most intriguing unsolved crimes in America, "Zodiac" tells the story of a serial killer that terrified the San Francisco Bay Area, taunting police with his ciphers and letters. The case becomes an obsession for four men as their lives and careers are built and destroyed by the endless trail of clues.
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