Last year’s Oscar Stand-off between The King’s Speech and The Social Network was acted as a practical coronation for David Fincher as a God to the film critics and fanboys of the world. After almost twenty years working as a director, he’s delivered gritty classics like Fight Club and Seven – films that have garnered the die-hard support of a Cult Classic, while accumulating mainstream acceptance that takes him from the Underground to almost being a household name.

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