Blunt Reviews Presents: Gone Girl (2014)

gone girl

By the end of Gone Girl I was shaking, I was sweating, I wanted to swear at my television. It was fantastic. It was one of the only times in recent years that a film has completely swallowed me, it dragged me in and consumed me. David Fincher is back at his best as the director, who manages to capture such small details as he presents the twisted tale of Amy Dunne. Gillian Flynn makes her big screen debut as she writes the screenplay of her own novel, which is superb and makes for a gripping and challenging film.

2 thoughts on “Blunt Reviews Presents: Gone Girl (2014)

  1. This movie was something else, but I mean it in a good way although the ending…as brilliant as it was I feel so sorry for the characters.

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