Gone

2012

Action / Adventure / Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

79
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 11%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 43%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 38282

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Cast

Sebastian Stan as Billy
Jennifer Carpenter as Sharon Ames
Wes Bentley as Peter Hood
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650.42 MB
1280*720
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 34 min
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English
PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 34 min
P/S 4 / 16

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Davis P 7 / 10

Entertaining young adult thriller

Gone is a movie that has a good many hits and a few misses. Amanda Seyfried is one of the film's hits, she really gives a skillful performance as the lead. She plays a tough as nails, no nonsense, heroine that will stop at nothing to save her sister from the same thing she went through. The big question that everyone is asking is: did Amanda's character just imagine that she was kidnapped or did it really happen and is her sister suffering the same fate? The writing is overall pretty good, could have been better in some places, but overall it's good. The action is average, still well done, but it's the same kind of stuff you'll see in many other films of this genre. Something that I really liked was the dialogue, especially between two characters in particular, won't say who because of potential spoilers. I suggest this film due to it's anxiety inducing thrills and the strong lead performance by Seyfried. 7/10 for Gone (2012).

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 8 / 10

Adults have the right to disappear

Amanda Seyfried is waitress Jill who has nightmares of a past abduction. She lives with her sister Molly (Emily Wickersham) who is the smart sane sensible one of the two. When Molly goes missing, Jill goes into a frenzy thinking she too has been abducted by the same guy, even though the MO appears to be different.

Amanda is a bit flighty when she goes to the police with her 1 hour missing sister story. Because there was no evidence from her last abduction...if fact it was contrary to her story, the police show reluctance to help Amanda, telling her to come back Monday if her sister is still missing. She also has a history of "Crying Wolf." Amanda is convinced it is the same guy who abducted her, and her sister is going to be killed tonight if she doesn't find her and the killer. Officer McKay seems willing to help, but his interest in Amanda comes across as less than professional and is suspect to anyone who watches these films. Molly's boyfriend (Sebastian Stan) has his doubts too and appears less than concerned as suspects mount. To add to that list of suspects there is the creepy neighbor as well as the creepy locksmiths.

Armed with information from the creepy neighbor and a .38 Amanda won't sleep until the abductor is found.

The ending was fine, but it needed a final Hitchcock twist. Seyfried looked stellar in a sea of prop actors.

1 f-bomb, silhouette nudity, no sex

Reviewed by brep91 8 / 10

Great suspense

This was a rare occasion where I thought the movie completely lived up to the excitement viewed in the trailer. I enjoyed seeing Seyfried in this role of a strong, determined woman. Seeing her in various movies, I've noticed how expressive her eyes are with any emotion and her style seems very natural.

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