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post Jun 17 2008, 07:45 PM
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I loved this movie. Not for the acting, not for the scenery, not for the soundtrack - just for the story line. At first, I was prepared to say that Ben Affleck really surprised me with this screenplay, however, he and Matt Damon teamed up for Good Will Hunting. Makes me wonder why he waited 10 years before giving us another writing effort. I hope we don't have to wait another 10!

As for the acting - it was not bad, they did not get in the way of the story, and maybe that was enough. I still think the Casey Affleck has a ways to go before he will impress me. The scenes he had with other actors were completely dominated by those other actors: Morgan Freeman, Ed Harris, heck, even the bar scene with Titus Welliver (yea, look up his name on IMDB - the only pic available is from this movie)!

Since the story revolves around a missing child, I think this movie has a special resonance for parents. It is more mystery than thriller, but it is one heck of a good mystery ride!

Now - if you have seen this movie - check out this spoiler comment:
Did you notice at the end of the movie, when Patrick Kenzie (Casey Affleck) was on the couch with Amanda. He saw her holding the doll, and said "Is that Mirabelle?". She corrected him: "Annabelle". The doll had been refered to by the name of Mirabelle throughout the entire movie. This means that the mother was so clueless about her daughter and her life that she didn't even know the name of her favorite doll! I pointed this out to serveral other people after seeing the movie, and none of them caught the significance.

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post Jun 18 2008, 04:17 PM
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For me Gone Baby gone was about the abduction of a small girl, which is becoming ever more popular. It touches on the sensitive side for parents, who can have the chance to imagine how it would feel for them, if it was their child that was missing. But at the same time, it will still appeal to anyone that doesn't have children, because of the solid storyline.

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post Jun 18 2008, 04:39 PM
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L.A. Confidential by Kaleigha

a killer ending as well, one which provokes discussion over wheather he did the right thing. It's UK release has been delayed because of the girls resembelance to madeline mcann on top of the story itself.
I'd recomend anyone to see this. a great film

Sorry for my English, i'm from Leicester innit?
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