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David Fincher movies, director of thrill and suspense, arranged from worst to best.
David Fincher, a talented writer, director, producer, co-creator of visual effects, who began his career as a music director, later became one of the most prominent American directors to make very distinctive films.
He made all the films that were stark, unique, and weaved. Although he specialized more in crime and thriller films such as Gone Girl, Zodiac, and Se7en, and directed the successful Mind hunters crime thriller, he made less dramatic and romantic films such as The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button and The Social Network, which have a very different directional view.
It is one of Fincher's best directional works, but one of his most expensive and complex. She was supposed to star Nicole Kidman, but was replaced when she was injured while filming Red Mill by Judy Foster, who discovered she was pregnant when filming began.
The film tells the story of a mother and daughter (Kristen Stewart) moving to a luxurious new apartment after a divorce, when three thieves, (Forrest Whitaker), (Dwight Yoakam) and (Jared Litt)
By breaking into the apartment in an attempt to steal it, the mother and daughter are forced to hide in one of the rooms specially prepared to relieve panic attacks.
Although the film is mostly good and has a lot of interest, when it ended, it seemed to be missing something, and it was a disappointment to many of those who saw it. So it's not like he's in the wrong place.
The game was directed by David Vechner in 1997, just after his fantastic film Se7en, so hopes were pinned on him. The film falls under the category of psychological horror, and highlights the danger of capitalism.
The film is about a very wealthy man (Michael Douglas) who receives a very special birthday gift from his brother (Sean Penn), a gift that is a very harsh physical and psychological experience, until he finds himself, fighting for his own life. The film has a lot of missing pieces.
Curious Case Of Benjamin Button.
Much different from the genre David Fincher used to present, however, the film won three Academy Awards of 2012, not including Best Director, out of 10 others nominated, including Best Film, Best Direction, Best Actor in a Lead Role, Best Screenplay.
It is perhaps the most controversial of David Fincher's films to date, with nearly the same number of fans and dislikes. The 1999 film Fight Club is originally based on the novel by American writer Chuck Polanyk, of the same name.
The novel fears the dominance of consumerism in Western societies, which will undoubtedly lead to a dark future.
The film's story begins when we see an unnamed Edward Norton, a company employee, frustrated and insomniacs, who, on the advice of a doctor, decides to attend support meetings for the chronically ill, and then encounters Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt), a soap salesman with his unique personality, who holds extraordinary ideas about almost everything in life, inspiring so many absurd things to the first person
It's a masterpiece for some, a real disaster for others, and I think nobody would disagree with all the craziness in it.
The film, which gained popularity at the time of its 2014 release, is a thriller "Hitchcock", named after Hitchcock of course, and is based on the best-selling novel by American writer Gillian Flynn of the same name.
The film revolves around the sudden disappearance of Nick's wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), who is not very faithful to her, and therefore finds himself in a predicament, when he finds that suspicion is all about him, while he tries to prove his innocence in every way.
Almost everyone agrees that the film has a high degree of excitement, and that Fincher is good at pulling the rug from under viewers' feet, as they try to figure out what really happened to Amy.
Rosamund was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, and the film was nominated for four Golden Globe Awards as well.
One of the most powerful crime films of 2007 is Zodiac, which revolves around a real case in America in the 1960s and 1970s, a serial killer who horrified residents of Northern California at the time, and who nicknamed himself Zodiac, which remains one of the most dramatic cases in contemporary history, with the perpetrator still unknown.
The film was praised by critics for its equally perfect twine, a dramatic one about the cartoonist Jake Galinhal and the journalist Robert Downey Jr., who took a keen interest in the Zodiac case and began to trace it all, and a police line about San Francisco police officer Mark Ruffalo.
Fincher's best film director ever, almost undisputed, was Seven (1995), which, oddly enough, was Fincher's second film director, and immediately followed Alien 3. The film was described as one of the best films of the time, and is ranked as the 20th best 250 films in IMDB film history.
This melanin film, which carries an intense dose of thrill and dramatic events, all the way to a shocking end, has named David Fincher a significant film director, not just a successful music video director.