David Fincher’s American adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s celebrated mystery novel is extremely well-made and probably completely unnecessary.
The holiday week brings us The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Adventures of Tintin on Wednesday, 12/21 and War Horse and The Darkest Hour on Sunday, 12/25.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have been nominated for a Golden Globe for their work on The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo soundtrack. Here’s their take on Zepplin’s “Immigrant Song” featuring the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s Karen O and a creepy clip cut by film director David Fincher.
David Fincher’s tricksy thriller stars Michael Douglas as a modern-day Scrooge plunged into a life-threatening (or is it?) “recreational service.”
David Fincher turns a B-level popcorn flick into an A-list thriller as Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart take a stand against home invasion.
Another trailer and more of the soundtrack from Oscar winning duo Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Daniel Craig is journalist Mikael Blomkvist who teams up with outsider computer hacker Lisbeth Salander (Rooney Mara) in his search for a woman who has been missing for forty years, in David Fincher’s American adaptation of the wildly popular Stieg Larsson thriller.
Jonathan Demme’s Oscar-winning examination of the relationship between a psycho cannibal and a naive but fierce FBI trainee just keeps getting better with each passing year — and it’s been 20, if you can believe that.
Looks like we’re going to see this one around Christmas. In the meantime, enjoy the first trailer of David Fincher’s Americanized version, and Karen O with Trent Reznor covering “Immigrant Song”.
You remember the opening credit sequence of Se7en: the fractured images of John Doe writing in his notebooks, creating his various dastardly props, the scratched-on lettering, the flash frames of police evidence photographs, all set to the soothing sounds of a thumping remix of NIN’s “Closer.”
David Fincher’s The Social Network tells the tale of the early days of Facebook and founder Mark Zuckerberg. Did we Like it?
This week’s new movies include a double-shot of horror with Case 39 and Let Me In, as well as The Social Network.