Gone Girl Is One Of The Best Movies Of 2014

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Gone girl is one of the best movies of 2014. The movie is a drama film that was produced by TSG Entertainment and distributed by 20th Fox Cinema. The film was directed by David Fincher and produced by Arnon Milchan, Reese Witherspoon, Cean Chaffin, and Joshua Donen. The movie is an adaptation of the novel 'Gone Girl ' by Gillian Flynn who doubles up as the screenwriter of the film. The main casts of the movie are Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick, and Tyler Perry. The four main cast are experienced actors who have acted more than ten films each save for Tyler Perry who majors in film production. The movie Gone Girl was the 18th grossing film in 2014. The gross domestic return of the film was $167,767,189 and the foreign gross of …show more content…

Dunne contradicting character keep the audience unpredictable because even people who believe in his innocence cannot assert with surety that Dunne is not a criminal because revelations keep popping up showing that Dunne was lying on some issues and therefore is not an entirely innocent protagonist (Seitz, 2015). For instance, Dunne lies to the police that in the morning that Amy disappeared he was at the beach but later discloses to the audience that he never goes there. The personality twists, suspense, surprises and revelations make Gone Girl a masterpiece as it utilizes these aspects to its utmost level.
Amy character is credible in the sense that she successfully leave trails that were a good evidence to implicate Dunne. Her plan is well executed so as to convince the authorities that she is dead and the perpetrator is Dunne. At the beginning of the movie, Amy makes it hard to believe that she is not dead and puts the audience in confusion wondering who was lying. The video gone girl is based on a reversal of expectations. As soon as you are about to know a plot something else happens. This unpredictability makes the movie absorbing.
The film gone girl uses violence in the film to captivate the audience and distinguish the idea of realism in the film. However, some scenes in the movie are deemed as a sexist portrayal of women by critics. Critics also view the movie as a promotion of misogynist men. The success of the film is perhaps

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