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Gone Baby Gone

Rated R for violence, drug content and pervasive language.

R In Theaters 10/19/2007 , 115min.
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Viewer Score
70%
Viewer score based on 23 ratings
72%
Critic score based on 34 reviews

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July 08, 2013
msusieq6969
I loved this movie. Great acting, awesome directing. Moving story line, it makes you think. Good job Ben, I am proud of you, you made me a believer.
January 05, 2009
Momof2cuteez
cassandra3224 I walked out after 15 minutes of it. Every other word was the f word. It looked like the story would have been good without all the foul language. I can not understand why that cursing is necessary. They didn't have it years ago and the plots were great without it. ... get used to it. the F word is everywhere, times have changed
June 16, 2008
Rinconmd
movie was just ok. afleck was good
May 22, 2008
BeckiWronko03
really great!
May 22, 2008
cassandra3224
I walked out after 15 minutes of it. Every other word was the f word. It looked like the story would have been good without all the foul language. I can not understand why that cursing is necessary. They didn't have it years ago and the plots were great without it.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

The Hollywood Reporter
It's a tribute to this thoughtful, deeply poignant, splendidly executed film that we replay the conclusion in our minds long after the lights come on. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
There is a compelling ethical question raised skillfully that will haunt viewers. The poignant conclusion probably will incite debate. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
Gone Baby Gone is powerful stuff - a movie that derives its plot twists from moral conundrums rather than from narrative sleight of hand. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
Storytelling problems surface toward the overwrought climax, but the worst problem is the unrelenting grimness. It's hard to like a movie that leaves you with no hope. Full Review
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times
By and large a notable piece of work, a strong directing debut by actor Ben Affleck that highlights attention-getting performances...But, as adapted from the novel by Dennis Lehane, this brooding, somber film is also ragged around the edges and not without problematic aspects. Full Review

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