How awesome does this look? David Fincher, bitches. Thanks, Mikhail.
Wow. Riveting trailer. About time Spacey got back to doing what he does best. Wright looks terrific. Kate Mara. All good.
Eh, I thought it was kinda weak. Not liking Spacey in this (too Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil). It feels like a hybrid of Political Animals and House of Lies, but boring.
But, I will watch anything Robin Wright does.
The footage looks promising but the role feels to easy for Spacey. Really curious about Mara and Wright.
I rather wish they wouldn’t advertise this as a ‘Netflix Original Series’. I imagine that’s just the term Netflix are using for any series being made for or premiering on Netflix, but this is not an original series. It’s based on a BBC series from the early ’90s, which they don’t even mention.
It will frankly be hard to touch the British mini-series from which this is taken. All you have here are more familiar faces. But it is a good yarn, and you have to assume most people have not seen the other, so why not. We don’t see enough of Kevin Spacey anymore.
Can’t wait. I’m keeping Netflix just for this b/c frankly, Netflix sucks, their streaming service is super limited in what is available as far as newer movies.
It’s been almost a year since we last had some Fincher and I have already been sadly reminiscing about how exciting it was this time last year waiting for TGWTDT and wishing I had something like that this holiday season to sit and geek on.
Are there any more Mara siblings that Fincher needs to work with?
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