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Gone Baby Gone: Movie Review


Gone Baby Gone: Movie Review

When a 4-year-old girl goes missing in Dorchester, one of Boston's toughest hoods, private investigators Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro (Casey Affleck and Michelle Monaghan) reluctantly agree to take the case. But the investigation proves tougher, riskier and more complex than they could have imagined. Ben Affleck's directorial debut, adapted from the Dennis Lehane novel, also stars Ed Harris, Morgan Freeman and Amy Ryan (in her first Oscar-nominated role). - Netflix

This is by far one of the most disturbing movies I have seen in a while. It's a shame it had all the cursing in it because it still could have been a good movie. My mom stopped paying attention to the movie because every other word (that's exaggerating) was the F word. Oh and throw in the heavy Boston accent for Casey Affleck's character. It was hard to understand. If you can get past that this movie is full of twists and turns. Just when you think you have it all figured it out they throw in another plot twist. The ending lends itself to a moral dilemma and what would would you do and what is the right thing to do? I don't want to spoil it for you in case you haven't seen it yet. I was looking for my dvd of Prison Break so I could push what I had just seen out of my head. It's very thought provoking! Go for it! Put it in your queue and if you have seen it, what did you think?

Rated R For violence, drug content and pervasive language
PARENTS: Depends on your kid and your family. for 16+ (more)
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114 minutes

Ben Affleck

Morgan Freeman

Casey Affleck

Michelle Monaghan

Robert Wahlberg

Ed Harris

Michael K. Williams

Mark Margolis

Amy Ryan


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