Tag Archives: David Fincher

Nostalgia dial revs, roars to ’90 in ‘The Batman’ trailer

If there is one unequivocally good thing about 2020, it’s that 1990 is now exactly 30 years ago. Because mass media nostalgia famously operates in 30 year cycles – roughly, it’s more complicated than that – that means it’s ‘90s … Continue reading

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‘Toy Story’ came out when I was 3 years old and the world is a very strange place

8/10 Toy Story 4 was Man, I don’t fucking know anymore. What do people want from movies these days? We’re obviously living in the Golden Age of Television, and there’s a lot of uncertainty right now over the future of … Continue reading

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Sony is a terrible company that makes bad decisions: a ‘Girl in the Spider’s Web’ story

2/10 In 2011, Sony released its English-language adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, directed by David Fincher and starring Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig, and it was a huge success. It pulled in $232.6 million worldwide for the … Continue reading

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‘Molly’s Game’ spectacular

9/10 Aaron Sorkin has been holding out on us. Molly’s Game, the revered writer’s directorial debut, is based on the life of underground poker mistress Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain, with Samantha Isler and Piper Howell playing her as a teenager … Continue reading

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Applying Chaos Theory: Gone Girl 2

Here’s the trailer you’ve all seen for the Emily Blunt thriller The Girl on the Train. Now, here’s the trailer for 2014’s Gone Girl- 

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