Detective William Sommerset and his new partner, Detective David Mills, are on a desperate hunt for a serial killer, who they eventually uncover, is making statements by staging his victims as tableaus of the Seven Deadly Sins.
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Grim, slick, shocking thriller. Older teens only.
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Fresh: The movie is riveting in a gut-twisting way, but I, myself, would not call it "entertaining."
- Carol Buckland, CNN.com, Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Rotten: So chic, studied and murky it resembles a cross between a Nike commercial and a bad Polish art film.
- David Ansen, Newsweek, Monday, March 31, 2008
Wow this movie was good. A really smart thriller. I don't like this as much as Fight Club but this is still an amazing movie. I had seen the end to this movie when this was on HBO when it was almost finished a while ago and just saw the full movie recently. I still loved the movie anyway though. This is my third favorite movie by David Fincher. An excellent movie. Grade: A
- bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1, Monday, October 4, 2010
Excellent mood, tone, and, atmosphere highlight this grim and grisly thriller about a killer with and interesting and thought provoking MO. The general concept is quite interesting, and is done quite well. Plus, there's actually lots of depth, character development, and great acting, so it makes everything all the more gripping and poiwerful. God bless David Fincher. Alien 3 wasn't really his fault, but this fully redeemed him anyway.
- cosmo313, Sunday, August 22, 2010