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Gone Girl  (2014; Rated Rated R)

Gone Girl
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“ Lurid, nutty, implausible and utterly entertaining.”

-Richard Roeper

MOVIE INFORMATION

Gone Girl

(2014; R)

In theaters:
Friday, 3 October 2014

Genre:
Drama, Mystery, Thriller

Director:
David Fincher

Cast:
Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris

COMMENTS (5)
 
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Nadia Sattarsaid on Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:22:33 PM
GONE GIRL : The Movie - Scene after scene of satisfied viewing, marveling again at the turn of the story, the cause for many furrowed brows, on people who are watching!

Lizsaid on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 6:29:39 PM
Mike, I couldn't agree with your more. I was disappointed also. Harris is not plausible, but neither is the whole scenario. Affleck was good; best I can do.

S. Solomonsaid on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 5:38:18 AM
While entertaining, Gone Girl has some really implausible elements After discovering all those new gizmos in his sister's locked shed (How did the wife get in there anyway? ) why doesn't Affleck dump them? Amy, a writer of a children's series,constructs an elaborate plan to frame her husband for her faked murder, and also successfully covers up the murder of her wealthy friend. It's not believable that a crime victim would drive to her house instead of calling the local police and then transported to a hospital. And the diligent police detective is unable to investigate her activities because of the FBI taking over. Give me a break. His high priced attorney mentions his crack investigators, but we never see them .i 2 1/2 stars of 4.

Jim Andrussaid on Friday, October 10, 2014 11:44:35 AM
Wow! This is the best movie of a certain genre I have seen in a very long time. I can't say which genre without giving the plot away, but you will know it when you see it. Acting, script, pacing - all spot on.

Mikesaid on Friday, October 10, 2014 8:10:40 AM
This is not a terrible movie per se, but I was disappointed with it. My opinion of it is pretty much the same as my opinion of Gillian Flynn's novel. i just found it too implausible and it's hard to feel any sympathy for any of the characters. The biggest flaw is the horribly miscast Neil Patrick Harris as the rich playboy. There are just too many problems with this movie for me to recommend it. I would give this movie a "C".

 
 

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