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Product Description

Genre: Drama
Rating: R
Release Date: 27-JAN-2009
Media Type: Blu-RayAmazon.com
Closer in spirit to a police procedural than a gory serial-killer flick, David Fincher’s Zodiac provides a sleek, armrest-gripping re-invention of the crime film. It surveys the investigation of the Zodiac killings that terrorized the San Francisco Bay area in the late -60-early -70s; Zodiac not only killed people, but cultivated a Jack … More >>


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  1. This is perhaps the worst movie that I have ever had the displeasure to watch. The script is erratic, if indeed this monstrosity was filmed using a script. For example, there appear to be two, mutually exclusive, endings to the film. One is left wondering why the first is included. Also, the film seemingly never ends — it wanders aimlessly for hours.

    The quality of the cinematography is terrible. The camera is more often out of focus than in. The color is terrible and the sound simply is not there.

    Save your money, time and sanity. Just say no.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. …the two deadliest sins of movie making. After reading the reviews I had really high hopes. Man, were they ever dashed! Forty-five minutes or so into the flick I didn’t care what happened. I was actually thinking of walking out. An hour later I was kicking myself for not acting on my instinct. IMHO this movie stinks!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. This flick is just gosh awful! I had such high hopes for it, given the

    cast, but the film is totally sabotaged by poor direction.

    R. Downey Jr. mumbles nearly all of his lines with a cigarette in his mouth, so don’t count on understanding him. Other characters rival his

    mumbling as well. The film is too long, should have been edited down to

    2 hrs max. Too many subtitles are so miniscule as to be illegible most of the time. And the lighting? Just awful. Too bad this work which had potential is such a failure!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Movie was too long, no character development-people just seem to pop up out of nowhere. Keeping track of all the names mentioned throughout the movie was an unending labyrinth which I couldn’t muster enough interest to cut through (yawn). Furthermore, the woman who played Gyllenhaal’s wife was creepier than the alleged “Zodiac Killer” himself. Robert Downey Jr. was the only redeeming quality about this film. Yes, Downey Jr. and the case the DVD came in with several misprints, the credits to Oliver Stone’s “JFK” and the credits to “Music & Lyrics”. HMM-the case itself was more intriguing than the movie.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. I personally thought this movie was three hours of my life that I will never get back. It drug on and on- with no real conclusion. I understand that it is based on a true story- but I just feel there is so much more they could have done with it, and soooo much they could have cut out. I actually fell asleep for about 20 minutes in the middle of it- in the theater. I’m not sure how these other reviewers could ramble on and on about how “brilliant” and “brave” this movie is,etc. It must be a case of the emperor has no clothes…
    Rating: 1 / 5

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