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(Not Really a) Review: Gone Girl, or Required Viewing for Engaged Couples

Hell hath no fury like Amazing Amy.

This is a multiple choice quiz about the film Gone Girl, written by Gillian Flynn and directed by David Fincher.

1. The word "Gone" in the title Gone Girl refers to
  1. a. the disappearance of Nick Dunne's wife.
  2. b. the kidnapping of Nick's wife.
  3. c. the suspected murder of Nick's wife;
  4. d. the suspected suicide of Nick's wife.
  5. e. the insanity of Nick's wife (as in "She's far gone, her mind's all messed up.")
  6. f. all of the above.
  7. g. none of the above.

2. The word "Girl" in the title Gone Girl refers to
  1. a. Nick's wife Amy, played by Rosamund Pike.
  2. b. Amazing Amy, Nick's wife's alter-ego.
  3. c. Nick's twin sister Margo Dunne, who looks nothing like him.
  4. d. Amy's mother Marybeth Elliot, who has already set up a website to find her missing daughter just one day gone.
  5. e. Detective Rhonda Boney, the lead investigator in Amy's disappearance.
  6. f. Nick's mistress Andie, played by Emily Ratajkowski a.k.a. that girl from the "Blurred Lines" video.
  7. g. Both a and b.
  8. h. all of the above.
  9. i. none of the above.

3. The music of this film is amazing because
  1. a. one of the scorers was Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails.
  2. b. it was scored by the duo Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, who won an Academy Award for Best Original Score for 2010's The Social Network.
  3. c. it was scored by the duo Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross who won a Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media in 2013 for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, which came out in 2011.
  4. d. the score is unnoticeable but leaves a haunting and disturbing feeling, which greatly enhances the film's exploration of psychosis and psychotic behaviour.
  5. e. all of the above.
  6. f. none of the above.

4. Rosamund Pike's performance was exceptional because
  1. a. she is really pretty and nice to look at even though she is psychotic.
  2. b. she portrayed her character so effectively that it made engaged couples think twice about tying the knot.
  3. c. she achieved different physical appearances for her different states of mind.
  4. d. she screams and moans rather loudly when having sex.
  5. e. she might receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress this year.
  6. f. all of the above.
  7. g. b and c only.
  8. h. b, c, and e only.
  9. i. none of the above.

5. Neil Patrick Harris's performance was disappointing because
  1. a. his face looked really old in this film and I don't like it.
  2. b. I am so used to seeing him in comedic roles that I half-expect him to break into a smile and say something funny.
  3. c. his sex scene with Rosamund Pike was weird since we all know he's gay.
  4. d. I covered my eyes when his throat was slit with a box cutter, which prevented me from seeing him act out his death scene.
  5. e. all of the above.
  6. f. none of the above.

BONUS: On a scale of 1 to Amazing Amy, how psychotic is your partner?

Psychotic? But she's adorable!

Gone Girl. USA. 2014.

Original rating: 8 / 10
Nail-biting suspense: + 0.1
Tyler Perry as Tanner Bolt: + 0.1
Neil Patrick Harris's death: - 0.1
The adorable reporter from Almost Famous as a grown-up and judgmental cop: + 0.1
Final rating: 8.3 / 10

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