★★★★★ I'm still thinking in that film
★★½ minimally good
½ Why I watched it 'til the end?
Holy mother of God, I loved it. How could it happen? How can almost three hours of dense dialogue be dynamic? Definitely it's not a typical movie, but if you get the point and follow it, it's exciting, independently if it's seen as a film or as a police case.
It's almost perfect, it has the length that needs to have. What a LONG case.
PD: It wasn't my fault, but I had to watch the beginning three times, and I found a lot of refinements. I'd like to find more in the director's cut.
Really, Fincher knows a lot about filming crime stories.
I cried for the first time watching a movie.
This movie has the most beautiful of the messages. Don Hertzfeldt is the kind of artist I want to be.
And well, with this film all has been said, so I'll try to add something more:
If in any moment you're waiting for something/someone, don't check your mobile phone for at least once. Check the life, all around yourself, the stuff always ignored. Do it three times if it's necessary, it's…