Gone Girl

2014

Action / Crime / Drama / Mystery / Romance / Thriller

430
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 87%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 87%
IMDb Rating 8.1 10 820535

Synopsis


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December 20, 2014 at 01:19 PM

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Cast

Rosamund Pike as Amy Dunne
Emily Ratajkowski as Andie Fitzgerald
Ben Affleck as Nick Dunne
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984.03 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
2 hr 29 min
P/S 63 / 590
2.15 GB
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English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
2 hr 29 min
P/S 49 / 265

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bowmanblue 8 / 10

Gone, but definitely not forgotten

Wow, actually a thriller that's pretty good. Yes, it's fair to say that 'Gone Girl' is a really engrossing film. As with almost every film, it's based on a book. And, as with most films based on a book, I haven't read the book, so I haven't got a clue how well the film relates to the source material. But then I don't care. I just enjoyed the ride.

'Gone Girl' is one of those films where you don't want to say too much about for fear of giving things away and spoiling it for people who haven't seen it. Ben Affleck plays a (reasonably) decent husband whose well-to-do wife disappears. The media circus that follows then starts to reveal that the truth is far more complicated that it first seems (not to mention the obligatory police investigation). It's fair to say that what follows is a film that twists and turns, so you only really get one chance to watch it and not know what's coming.

Many people don't really like Affleck when it comes to acting (even less now he's due to don the Batsuit!), but I think most people will relate to him as he gets pursued and hounded (unfairly? You'll have to wait and see!) by the media. Rosamund Pike plays his (gone!) wife with a flawless American accent. Again, you'll have to see whether she's found alive or dead. The story bounces around back and forth in time, making sure you're just confused enough never to put too much together before the film's ready to reveal what's happening.

If I had one complaint it's that the film is a little too long. Perhaps ten to fifteen minutes could have been edited out at around the three quarters mark, just to speed it up. But that's a minor gripe. Basically, if you like your thrillers twisty and turny (and have a couple of hours to spare on a film that you really have to concentrate on) give this one a go.

Reviewed by BoxOfficeKid 10 / 10

Slow burner with a twist for the ages. Fincher does it again.

The first act of the movie is the run-of-the-mill wife gone missing, the husband accused of killing her plot. This is clearly established in the theatrical trailer and may have thrown off some potential viewers. To the people who are familiar with David Fincher's work, this is not the case with Gone Girl.

Yes, the first act is very ordinary, but the second act uproots whatever ever considered dull about the movie as it takes a rapid turn into thriller stardom, resembling something taken out of a Hitchcock movie. Only a handful directors can completely enhance the movie's narrative through editing, and Fincher is one of them. I know there is a lot of praise around Rosamund Pike's performance, which makes it easy to overlook Ben Affleck. He plays the tired, oblivious and boyish really well. This may be the very reason why he is completely overlooked.

And in a time of sequels, prequels, remakes and biopics, finally a contemporary piece of work! Stellar!

Reviewed by kpaland 6 / 10

Disappointing ending/flaws

Would never happen; could easily build a case to prove to she faked the story.

In addition, they would never wheel someone out of the hospital covered in blood...

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