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Gone (2012) Movie Information

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Gone (2012)
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Overall Rank:

7711

Avg. Rating:

2.41/4

# of Ratings:

51

Genres:

Thriller

Rating:

PG-13

Language:

English

Theater Date:

02/24/2012

DVD Release:

05/29/2012

Director:

Heitor Dhalia

Actors:

Amanda Seyfried
Jennifer Carpenter
Wes Bentley
Sebastian Stan
Michael Paré
Daniel Sunjata

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

Two years ago Jill escaped from a serial killer and is still haunted by the experience. When her sister goes missing, Jill is certain the same person is behind it and sets out to face her fear and save her sister. -- Chris Kavan

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Matthew Brady 11/08/2014 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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1/4 

That's a lame title for a movie "Gone", they should have called this film (the stupid girl who is looking for her gay sister). The story is about a serial killer and is still haunted by the experience. When her sister goes missing, Jill is certain the same person is behind it and sets out to face her fear and save her sister. One of the worst films of 2012, it has a weak story and it is boring as hell.

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Rod 12/29/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Rating of
2.5/4 

When Jill goes out a night and comes back home, she discovers her sister is missing, and immediately thinks she has been abducted. No one believes her, thus, searches for her sister alone. *** With opening scenes in a twilight-ish way did not really impress me until Amanda Seyfried started the drama on the police department. The thrill was all over the movie, the story was decent and really, it was an unexpected resolution. Amanda Seyfried did a good job, I always admire how she uses her eyes on great acting.

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  Amoeba Johnny
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06/04/2012 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

Slow Starting, By-the-Numbers Kidnapping Thriller

I was going to leave a quick review of this movie and make a joke about how it's like making fire by rubbing sticks together: It takes forever to get started, and once it does the people watching get bored and realize it was done better before.

But since it doesn't have a full, honest review I'll be more fair.

That being said, this movie is VERY slow to start. My girlfriend, who's usually very tolerant of movies, commented, "Something better happen soon or I'm shutting this off. It's like a reality show." This was in the first 20-30 minutes of the movie.

Once the movie gets going, however, it becomes a very by-the-numbers kidnapping thriller. You know where things are going from the beginning. You can almost check off the things as they show up in the movie. There was only one b...

Rating of
2/4 

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