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In April Showers,Team TFE looks at our favorite waterlogged moments in the movies.Here's Chris on Gone Girl (2014).

Gone Girlis a variation onWho's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,its Nick and Amy being the new George and Martha.  But instead of a pair of unwitting guests,this George and Martha use the media to attack one another - and the verbal barbs are traded in for actual bloodshed.David Fincher loads the film with the darkest rapid fire comedy,much like Edward Albee's acidic play,and the final beats of both can spark immediate audience conversation.

The final act ofGone Girlis where the film reveals its darkest side.If you haven't yet seen the film or read the source novel,then you don't know that the first two acts are pretty twisted themselves.The film's structure and narrative conceits keep us from seeing the true version of this George and Martha together until Amy's third act return...


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