Today we have the official trailer and poster for David Fincher's "Gone Girl" thriller, starring Ben Affleck. Check everything out below and watch the movie in theaters on October 3rd.
Plot: On a warm summer morning in Missouri, it is Nick and Amy's fifth wedding anniversary. Presents are being wrapped and reservations are being made when Nick Dunne's beautiful wife disappears from their rented mansion on the Mississippi River. Under mounting pressure from the police and the media ó as well as Amy's parents ó Nick distributes a series of lies, deceits, and inappropriate behavior. But is he really a killer?
As the cops close in, every couple in town is soon wondering how well they know the one that they love. With his twin sister Margo at his side, Nick stands by his innocence. Trouble is, if Nick didn't do it, where is that beautiful wife?
minkowskiwrites: on April 14th, 2014 at 9:47:18 PM
As I said earlier, this looks like yet another boring flick from Fincher, who hasn't made a riveting classic sine his 1999 Fight Club.
Adding Affleck is no assist, either.
minkowskiwrites: on April 14th, 2014 at 9:50:56 PM
@Alex: hey stupid f*ck, you posted an article on your Facebook bashing Christians for the fact they have higher pornographic view rates in the South, but you failed to see the article was measuring GAY porn view rates, which means only one thing: homosexuals are more sexually repressed in the South than elsewhere, and that's absolutely fine with me.
Stupid f*ck. Learn to read. If you can.
minkowskiwrites: on April 14th, 2014 at 9:51:24 PM
Oh, boy another Fincher movie: Well-acted, methodically scripted, meticulously staged and shot, and surgically edited--to the point of being boringly sterile and empty. Fincherís films are like little displays inside a glass case. Iím reminded of what Ferris said about Cameronís house:
"The place is like a museum. It's very beautiful and very cold, and you're not allowed to touch anything."
Thatís a Fincher film. And Iím sure this one will completely blue-ball audiences by not revealing who actually killed his wife, instead ending with some lame denouement about what their lives meant and/or a commentary on the media frenzy, or some bullsh*t.
Many of these new articles are worthy read, the new X-men especially looks f*cking killer!
More Important news, it has been a few days since Bullit the piss soaked c*nt has posted. I feel he is either banned or dead. :D
Or still being ass filled at the gay festival.
minkowskiwrites: on April 15th, 2014 at 9:39:23 PM
"Thatís a Fincher film. And Iím sure this one will completely blue-ball audiences by not revealing who actually killed his wife, instead ending with some lame denouement about what their lives meant and/or a commentary on the media frenzy, or some bullsh*t."
You mean like Seven? No, you couldn't mean like Seven because that's the exact opposite. Perhaps you mean Zodiac. No, you couldn't mean Zodiac because that case was never solved. So I have no idea where you get the idea David Fincher film's end like a David Lynch production. Perhaps you're confusing the two.
All I know is that Fincher's film always end about as well as they can, given the material therein, although I admit I have not seen GWTDT, but since that's a remake, even if it conforms to your claim, you cannot blame Fincher for staying true to the original material.
Iím not blaming Fincher for how he ended any of those previous films, only suspecting that he will end this one in a similar fashion (at least to Zodiac) for fashionĎs sake, and thus blue-balling the audience.
this is based off the book Gone Girl duh...I read it today and its pretty dumb, his psycho bitch girlfriend runs off with her stalker making it look like she was kidnapped so she could murder the stalker and try to control her husband because they wernt in love anymore...or some sh*t. bitch is crazy all I know.