Gone Girl (2014)

R   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller

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With his wife's disappearance having become the focus of an intense media circus, a man sees the spotlight turned on him when it's suspected that he may not be innocent.

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  • Gillian Flynn in Gone Girl (2014)
  • Rosamund Pike in Gone Girl (2014)
  • Neil Patrick Harris in Gone Girl (2014)
  • Ben Affleck and Carrie Coon in Gone Girl (2014)
  • Lisa Banes and Emily Ratajkowski in Gone Girl (2014)
  • Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike at an event for Gone Girl (2014)

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1 October 2014 | zaneage
| Expect some Oscar nominations for this outstanding piece of cinema!
Gone Girl starts just as good as it ends with an unforgettable bang!

If you're unfamiliar with Gillian Flynn's book Gone Girl, Gone Girl is about Nick Dunne's wife (played by Rosamund Pike) who suddenly disappears one day without a trace and a subsequent search ensues. It's a pretty basic story and premise on the surface but under the surface, the film touches on themes such as marriage, trust, perception and how we view people through the media.

Gone Girl is beautifully crafted by the master of deep moody films David Fincher and that essence is present in this almost masterpiece. The cinematography by Jeff Cronenweth is spellbinding and almost revolutionary. You can expect to see praise at the upcoming Oscars for directing and cinematography.

The score by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross was so pulse pounding and riveting that it gives the movie an entirely new meaning and feeling. Once again expect an Oscar nod for these gentlemen.

Finally the magnificent acting. The acting all round was just brilliant with no one lagging behind. However, the best performance of the entire film and possibly the entire year is the magnificent and awe inspiring Rosamund Pike. Her performance just took the film by storm! You can expect some Oscar recognition for her this year.

My problems with the film are to do with the script. In some scenes (which are as rare as a good M. Night Shyamalan film), things just fall flat. I also disagree with the ending - I thought it ended a bit too abruptly for my liking.

I highly recommend you check Gone Girl out - it's an impressive and unforgettable film that will be recognised at the upcoming Oscars and that will stay with you long after the credits have finished.

★★★★ or 8/10

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