Gone Baby Gone
Crime • R • 2007 • 1 hr 53 min
Ultimately sad, dark and depressing. That said, it has a Good script, acting, and story. Keeps you guessing. Lots of moral dilemmas.
Not just another detective movie. This one packs a punch. A twist to make you think and question yourself. Book is even better.
Fantastic debut. Affleck crafts a film with a engaging mystery and an ending that is worth discussing. It brings up a decisive moral query
I love the gritty feeling of this movie.
Big like. Suspenseful. Well directed. Well acted
Really liked it. Most of the acting was great. Thought the female lead was poorly written, but overall story and twists were great.
Dark, brooding and sad. But also a great piece of writing and a well done movie.
It’s a really good Drama/Mystery which keeps you engaged the entirety of the film.
Great performances, a plot line that keeps you on your toes, and authentic. Leaves you thinking for a few days.
Really good movie with a nice moral dilemma twist. The difference between right and what’s best. Hm.
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