One of today’s most talented filmmakers has a birthday this Saturday. Is about David Fincher, which celebrates its 59 and in Spoiler We propose three alternatives for you to honor him with a marathon from the armchair at home. From a list of iconic productions such as The fight Club, The social network, Seven or the recent Mank, we highlight three for you to see in HBO Max.
The catalog of HBO Max has a total of six productions directed by David Fincher. Not bad if you take into account that there are eleven that are part of his career as a director, which began with Alien 3 in 1992. Three years later the opportunity would come to perform Seven, his first big project, which is one of those that you can enjoy on the platform.
Released in 1997, it is one of the bastions of the career of David Fincher. The movie starring Michael Douglas focuses on the life of Nicholas Van Orton, a millionaire isolated from the world who at the suggestion of his brother (Sean Penn) agrees to enter a game that will bring into focus his sanity and how well he knows the people around him. An exasperating tale of paranoia in which once you manage to buy the plausible one posed by the film, it will be as compelling as it is uncomfortable.
The Panic Room
In 2002, in full growth of the need for security as a priority over freedom, David Fincher He launched The Panic Room. Starring Jodie Foster and a very young Kristen Stewart, the story centers on a recently divorced woman who acquires a property in New York that is prepared to prevent any kind of criminal breakthrough. Three thieves enter one night in search of a precious loot and the protagonists will hide inside this impenetrable room that little by little begins to affect them psychologically while the criminals think of all kinds of strategies to get them out of that place where what they are looking for is.
The social network
Maybe the best movie he ever made David Fincher in his carrer. Without a doubt the best he has done in recent years. Released in 2010, The social network became a photograph of what was the birth of Facebook, the social network that redefined the way we consume and use the internet. With a great job from Andrew Garfield and Jesse Eisenberg, the film earned the director his nomination for Oscar after The curious Case of Benjamin Button.
Raya and the Last Dragon