Archive for David Fincher

David Fincher’s movies ranked from 1 to 9

Posted in TOP FIVES with tags on October 1, 2014 by Ross McG

Fight Club (1999) Edward Norton and Brad Pitt (Screengrab)

David Fincher’s new film, Gone Girl, an adaptation of the bestseller by Gillian Flynn, who also wrote the script for the movie, is out this week.

In a few years, it will be interesting to see where Gone Girl sits in Fincher’s body of work. Because in his case, it takes a few years and plenty of sittings to digest his films.

Some of them – most notably Fight Club – have been famously written off on release, only for critics to change their minds further down the watching road.

Film critics, eh? They haven’t a bloody clue.

Bloody clues are what Fincher’s movies are all about, and Gone Girl is no different. But what is the director’s best work to date? Begin the countdown.

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Top Five… Movie Brothers

Posted in TOP FIVES with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 23, 2011 by Ross McD

With the release of sibling mixed martial arts fightfest Warrior this week, Ross McD and Ross McG from http://www.rossvross.com, who aren’t related, decide to take a look at the best sets of brothers in cinema. Continue reading

DVD RvReview: The Social Network

Posted in REVIEWS with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 15, 2011 by Ross McG

Did Ross McG ‘like’ the movie about Facebook? Are we the 72,345th website to use that crap joke? The answers to both those questions are ‘yes’. Find out how much he liked it after the jump. Continue reading

The Silence Of The Lambs v Se7en

Posted in BATTLES with tags , , , , , , , on September 22, 2010 by rossvross

border-se7en1Two super serial killer thriller chillers. Two of the great movie monsters. Two terrible titles. Pour yourself a nice Chianti, read the arguments and decide. Click HERE or the pic above to read this battle at Metro Film Fight Club. Continue reading