David Andrew Leo Fincher was born on August 28, 1962. He is an American film director, film producer, television director and also music video director. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director for his exceptional directing skills shown in movies like The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and The Social Network. He won many more awards based on his directing career including the Golden Globe Award for Best Director and BAFTA award for Best Direction.
David Fincher is most known for his outstanding work in the thriller genre. His anticipatory and eerie ideas about making such movies has made them unique which will go down in history as legends. Some of his best movies are:
'Seven' is about two homocide detectives played by Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt who are desperately trying to hunt down a serial killer. The killer justified his crime as purgation for the world who has been ignoring the Seven Deadly Sins. The sociopathic killer is known as "John Doe" and the movie takes us from the tortured body of the victim one after another.
2 Fight Club
Edward Norton plays the role of a nameless narrator in the movie. He attends a support group in order to come out of his state of insomnia and also for his emotional stability. He slowing finds himself in association with Brad Pitt and gets dragged into the world of underground fight club. The fight club evolves to something much, much more.
3 The Social Network
Computer programming genius and Harvard undergrad Mark Zuckerberg begins his journey with a new idea developed in his computer. In a moment of fury he makes an application which becomes a global social network and a revolution in the area of communication. After six years and 500 million friends later, Mark Zuckerberg has become the youngest billionaire in history.
4 Gone Girl
Nick Dunne reports that his wife, Amy has gone missing on the day of their fifth anniversary. The police and the media find flaws in Nick's actions and behavior and blames him for the dissappearance of his wife. His image as a good husband begins to crumble. Soon enough his lies, deceits and strange attitude has left everyone wondering. A dark question arises after this, Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?
The police are left dumbfounded at the station upon recieving letters and cryptic messages written by a serial killer in the San Francisco Bay Area. This movie covers up a case of 1970's and the investigators search for the killer becoming obsessed with the case. The movie is based on a book written by Robert Graysmith and the movie has it's main focus on the lives. It also talks about the turning points of careers of the detectivesMe along with newspaper people.