It's been six years since the release of the British thriller "Gone Girl," and still people can't get enough of it. Well, not exactly are most people can't get enough of it; after all, what's a movie without a crowd of fans? It is a movie that has completely made a star out of Ben Affleck, and then there is the fact that most of the movie's fans are women.
The movie was so good that it quickly became a big hit when it was released. It was on the AFI's list of top ten movies of 2020, and it was also nominated for a Golden Globe. So if you are thinking of making a trip to the theaters, then make sure you add this movie to your list of choices. Why not?
The movie itself is centered around Vicky Chester (Rosamund Pike), who is married to Nick Crawford (Rex Ford). When her husband suddenly dies, Vicky makes an agreement with the cops and the private investigator who worked on the case, as well as their families, to stay away from the case for the rest of her life. She agrees, and when Nick is murdered in an unknown location, she is forced to go on the run and find out the truth about who killed him.
Nicholas and Vicky find themselves very quickly entangled in their search for answers. You would think that a movie about a woman who is on the run would be easy to fall in love with, but unfortunately, the movie's story is not that simple.
Gone Girl is a fast-paced drama about love, loyalty, and secrets, but at the same time, it is a big con game that twist the viewers' emotions. The plot of the movie is quite intriguing, and the twists and turns that Nick and Vicky take on the way to finding the truth are very dramatic.
Many films have been based on novels, and while some of these books do have a plotline, others don't. Gone Girl is one of those movies where the movie gets the idea of the book and turns it into something different, and a lot of fans of the movie were not too happy about it. However, even the ones who liked the movie couldn't help but love the book, and the book itself is very intriguing.
This is also one of those scenes where you would think that the two actors would be competing against each other, but in reality, they simply tried to give their characters some of the best lines that they could. Both David Fincher and Rosamund Pike are excellent actors, and they did a great job portraying the two leads.
Although the movie is based on a book, it is not necessarily a biopic, though the movie is definitely a part of that genre. I wouldn't say that it's too far from being a true biopic, though, and the book is one of the best books ever written.