The story concerns two agents, one Mexican (PJF) and one American, who are tasked to stop the smuggling of Mexican migrant workers across the border to California. The two agents go undercover, one as a poor migrant.
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Maximiliano D (mx) wrote: Gone Girl marks Fincher's tenth feature film and his most mature work since Fight Club. Centering on Nick Dunne, a husband desperately trying to find his wife all while having police and media accuse him of murder. Lead by an all star cast featuring Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Tyler Perry and Neil Patrick Harris, Gone Girl rises above the pack with smart storytelling, phenomenal pacing and perfect performances. What Gone Girl does so brilliantly is taps into the audience's psyche regarding marriage and the ideology behind a sanctioned union that is corrupt. It is really heavy stuff when the story really gets to the meat and bones of it all. With plenty of twists and turns, Gone Girl keeps you, not only second guessing the whole idea of marriage, but the intentions of every character in the film. It is truly one of the most twisted films adapted from an even sicker and twisted book that's out there right now. Gillian Flynn does wonders with her adaption from her own novel. The dialog is crisp, the characters are multi-layered, it truly is a pitch perfect script that doesn't have one false moment in it. David Fincher and his long time collaborator and cinematographer, Jeff Cronenweth create a dreary, horrific tone for Gone Girl that makes every twist and turn that much more gut wrenching. Every shot is meticulously planned, showing each shot as if it were a still frame that spoke a thousand words. It is truly gorgeous filmmaking. And now for the score...Trent Reznor and Atticus Finch deliver a perfect score, besting their Social Network and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo score. If Reznor won for Social Network, I fully expect not only a nomination but a win for this film. Overall, this is a mesmerizing film that demands multiple viewings to truly get the full experience. It is impeccably made, beautifully acted and an all around near perfect film.
Greg W (ag) wrote: good family drama again another lost review:(
Kristofer S (mx) wrote: I absolutely LOVE these kinds of movies!!! This one is spectacular to watch!
Andrei D (kr) wrote: Nu e chiar de vazut dar Gordon-Levitt rupe
Private U (jp) wrote: An excellent and very moving story.
Mike S (ag) wrote: anne hathaway's boobs= 4 stars for me. Movie and plot=1
Jet C (fr) wrote: All Disney animated sequels are release as direct-to-video only, I think the former is better than the latter!
jason h (ag) wrote: Prior to viewing this entertaining documentary, I was never aware of how incredibly talented dolphins are.
Notorious TIA (es) wrote: It not the worst movie that I have seen.
Riff J (kr) wrote: Daniel Day Lewis is unbelievable. DiCaprio and Diaz are worthy supporting actors. The atmosphere and production absolutely make the movie feel genuine and real. Everything from the dialogue, to the sets, to the acting makes you feel as though you've been transported back in time. The plot is intense, thrilling and unpredictable. A huge success.
Justin B (jp) wrote: It means well I guess but it's forgettable formula.
David M (es) wrote: It's been a long time since i've seen this but it's as ridiculous as anything Pauly Shore has done before, and thats saying something.
Ken T (kr) wrote: I didn't think this one would be good...But it surprised me, it was funny and a very interesting watch"
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Chris E (mx) wrote: Strangely enjoyable but you will feel the need for a wash afterwards, even if only your eyes.
Philip E (jp) wrote: I am of the opinion that Paul Verhoeven should now and forever stay the hell away from the American movie industry, and just make films about the Dutch Resistance.
Timothy J (ag) wrote: Standard Doris Day Comedy. Also starting James Garner. Cute would be the best adjective for this film.
Antonius B (us) wrote: This movie is loaded with star power - Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, Myrna Loy, and wow, even a young Jimmy Stewart. The story is straightforward - Gable is an executive, Loy is his wife, Harlow his secretary, and Stewart, Harlow's boyfriend. Harlow is incredibly helpful to Gable and works long hours with him, thus prompting rumors, but the two are absolutely innocent. Eventually Loy and Stewart get jealous of the time the two are spending together, and are concerned the two are having an affair.I have to say, for a good part of the movie, it seemed reasonably good but somewhat false - the chemistry between Gable and Loy is just "ok", and the straight and narrow course Gable and Harlow take and the overall message of needing to trust in one's relationship seemed somehow influenced by the Hays Code to me.On the positive side, both Gable and Harlow are in roles outside of their usual typecasting, including Harlow with her natural hair color. Harlow also stands up to Stewart's requests that she quit her job to focus on family (hooray especially for 1936!), and Harlow confronting Loy and ultimately sacrificing herself is a good scene. And, on top of all that, the very best scene is between Gable and Harlow, after they've been drinking in Havana following closing a deal they had worked on over sleepless nights. Innocence aside, there is a moment of truth when she's in the same hotel room in the wee hours, untying his shoes. Their conflicted stares are priceless and communicate brilliantly without words, until Harlow says at last "we've had an awful lot to drink". That scene alone makes the film worth watching, and shows Harlow's ability and potential to grow even further. How sad she would die the following year at the age of 26! As for this film -- the script is good, not great, but the screen presences here surely are.
Jason S (es) wrote: i didn't really like this very much
Josh B (us) wrote: Amazing movie, one of my absolute favorites. You'll laugh and cry, but most of all, it will challenge you.