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Zodiac Director's Cut (STLBK/BD)

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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: AC-3, Blu-ray, Director's Cut, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Paramount Catalog
  • DVD Release Date: March 25, 2014
  • Run Time: 158 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00E96AZBK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,747 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Released in March of 2007, I'll never know why this wasn't pushed out for awards consideration at the end of 2006. As the beginning of any new year rolls around, after awards season, there tends to be a significant drop off in quality or what you might call serious drama. Usually we're left with crowd pleasing, if not critically acclaimed comedy, or low budget horror until the kickoff of the summer season. There are a few gems that sneak in once in a while (perhaps the most notorious was "Silence of the Lambs" with its oddly timed Valentine's opening), but as a generalization--this is true more often than not. So David Fincher's "Zodiac," which make no mistake is a drama and not a thriller, is a welcome respite from traditional fare released at this time of the year. Fincher, who made an early artistic splash with "Se7en," "The Game," and "Fight Club," has since morphed into an award winning director. But this was perhaps his crowning achievement when it was released. Eschewing the sensationalistic approaches a film of this type might employ, Fincher has crafted a sprawling and ambitious investigative drama about the men whose lives were changed in the obsessive hunt for a serial killer known only as Zodiac.

For those unfamiliar with the story, I will borrow an excerpt from my review on "The Zodiac" (a lesser film that covers some of the same ground, but concentrating more on Zodiac's earlier murders in Vallejo). "Over a period of years during the sixties and seventies, the San Francisco area was plagued by a series of seemingly random murders perpetuated by a man known only as the Zodiac killer. Using the press and taunting the police, Zodiac became one of the more prominent "celebrity" serial killers with his need to be in the spotlight.
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23 of 32 people found the following review helpful By iliveforhim1976 on February 20, 2014
This is a cash grab. The cover is made to look like the original theatrical poster. However, it is the exact same blu ray release as the original 2007 release with the SF Chronicle letter cover. In my opinion, that cover is better anyways! Steer clear unless you don't already own this. If you don't own it, it is a GREAT FILM and you should pick it up. You will probably be able to find a copy of the SF Chronicle version cheaper anyways though. I hope this helps!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scottland in Cleveland on August 30, 2014
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A great David Fincher film. It has all his technical craft and brilliant stylized shots. It has the deep tension and atmosphere of his other films but with a little less ick-factor (as can be done in a film about a serial killer).
This one's a Tone poem and not a blunt instrument. You ease into it like a warm bath, and soak up the vibes and frequencies it gives off...slipping into the trance-like state the atmosphere puts you in and hope you wake before drowning in it. It's that kind of movie. And you feel kinda weird after, because there is no closure to the mystery (that's not a spoiler there!).
Beautiful looking Steelbook. Very good Transfer.
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Zodiac

This film is based on actual facts. A young couple park where it quiet. Some shots ring out, but they remain parked. A car parks near by, and more shots are fired. Someone calls the police to report it. A letter from the killer arrives at the 'San Francisco Chronicle'. [Those other newspapers are extinct.] The cartoonist studies the cipher. The Zodiac killer strikes in daylight. [Never let yourself be tied up.] Then a cabdriver is shot in San Francisco. Another letter arrives at the newspaper with an insane threat. [The film reminds us of the old technology in use then.] Books tell about ciphers and codes. Why would anyone trust a stranger on a dark road? Reporter Paul Avery uncovers an old murder in Riverside California. Then a tip names a suspect. The police look at him, but have a problem. The Zodiac killer strikes again.

Robert Graysmith researches the libraries to learn who borrowed books on codes. He is allowed the privilege of reviewing police files, and finds a clue. An anonymous phone call brings a new clue. After years have passed a new Zodiac letter appears. Why does Robert need to do this? He follows another clue about a poster. Robert is obsessed about this case. He finds some facts that point to a cleared suspect - only "circumstantial evidence". Then a long sought witness is found and identifies a photo. But the passage of time prevents any further action.

The film recreates the Bay Area of California in the early 1970s. It seems slightly over-long, but seems to cover this unsolved case dramatically. They had four different actors portray the Zodiac killer, as if they hedged their bet about a single killer. Note the different MOs, and the false claims for murders that were untrue. Copycat killings are possible.
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In terms of video, audio and extras is the same as the one realesed by Paramount Pictures on 2009, but the case is now from STEELBOOK.
Probably the movie itself it's not so interesting for all audiences, probably just for thoses how just like the movies directed by David Fincher or the ones how like films about mystery, because this is a mystery film.
It stars with Iron Man & Hulk, I mean Robert Downey Jr, Mark Ruffalo & of course with Jake Gyllenhall.
The Movie [7.7] is well directed, well acted and is based on real live events.
In terms of VIDEO [5.0], is really one of the best, but in audio [3.0] not so much, in the audio you only count with Dolby TrueHD 5.1 (old audio transfer) and there is no adicional audios, no commentary, no latin american spanish as the DVD version of the film.
In EXTRAS [4.5] this is more like it, that's why there is a second disc for all featurettes including Zodiac Deciphered, The Visual Effects of Zodiac, Previsualizations, just to say a few.
CONCLUSION : This is a must for Fincher's Fans and those who liked this movie, if not just rent it.
Add to your collection if you are looking for good movies and steelbooks.
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