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5,428 Ratings

Gone Girl

Directed by David Fincher
United States, 2014
Drama, Thriller, Mystery

Synopsis

Nick Dunne reports that his beautiful wife, Amy, has disappeared. Under scrutiny from the police and media circus around him, the spotlight is turned on him. Soon his lies and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?

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Gone Girl Directed by David Fincher

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

2015 | Nominee: Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Village Voice Film Poll

2014 | 5 nominations including: Best Film

Indiewire Critics' Poll

2014 | 3rd place: Best Lead Actress

2014 | 6 nominations including: Best Director

National Board of Review

2014 | Winner: Top Ten Films

Flynn herself adapted the book, and her screenplay displays a remarkably judicious whittling process, as well as a keen notion of what would and wouldn’t play on the screen versus the page. Both she and Fincher smartly craft the film as if expecting most of the crowd to know the big second act twist going in, and that frees her to focus on the various knife twists that imbue even the most tossed-off exchanges with menace and suspicion.
January 18, 2015
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Gone Girl isn’t a provocation, it’s playing the part of a provocation, and all the while smugly congratulating itself on its ability to commit to nothing except its own immaculate, frictionless surface.
January 09, 2015
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If the first half of Gone Girl aims to create a more or less realistic atmosphere of Hitchcockian menace, the second half surrenders to a reckless, high-camp pulpiness. Amy’s sociopathy functions rather as dream sequences do in other movies: it makes anything possible.
November 13, 2014
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