FFCC members review David Fincher’s ‘Gone Girl’

FFCC members review David Fincher’s latest drama, the adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel Gone Girl.


Bill Gibron, FilmRacket

“This is an angular movie, filled with sharp edges, deep shadows, and hidden agendas. We sense the mood and atmosphere in every single scene.”

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Dan Hudak, Hudak On Hollywood

“How do you know “Gone Girl” is great? Not a single thing doesn’t work. The 149 minutes are jammed with details that matter, the performances are stellar, the musical score by Oscar winners Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross (“The Social Network”) is appropriately ominous, and the story keeps you intrigued to the very end.”

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Hans Morgenstern, Independent Ethos

“No film in Fincher’s oeuvre has ever so blatantly considered manipulation of perception, both conscious and unconscious, so consistently, from one scene to another than Gone Girl

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Reuben Pereira, Examiner.com

If you subscribe to the philosophy that the tale is in the telling, then Gone Girl is the epitome of how to tell it right.”

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Rene Rodriguez, The Miami Herald

“This is a satirical antidote to the feel-good pap most Hollywood movies about relationships push on their audiences – the perfect date movie for someone you want to break up with.”

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