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Sophie Clé is the head of marketing for her father Jack Clé's company, which sells a ground-breaking tech product called the Oubli which wraps around your ear and taps into your memories to allow you to re-live the happiest moments of your life in high definition. Sophie's most precious memory is the last time she saw her mother, who passed away fifteen years ago. They're trying to market the product to other sad souls with difficulty letting go of the past, but on the cusp of their success Sophie is kidnapped and attacked by a woman named Isa. After her release, her father assures her that she was completely unarmed save for a small cut, but Sophie knows something is wrong. The Oubli is no longer showing her happy re-calls of her mother, but much more sinister flashbacks in which can be seen an argument and a lot of blood. It soon becomes clear that her father is hiding something very dark from her, and now it's not just her memories on the line - but her life.

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David Clennon - 52nd New York Film Festival Opening Night Gala Presentation and World Premiere Of Gone Girl - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 26th September 2014

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'Gone Girl' Premiere - Which Celebs Attended The New York Film Fest Opening?


Ben Affleck Rosamund Pike Sela Ward Neil Patrick Harris Tyler Perry Carrie Coon David Clennon Reese Witherspoon Lisa Banes Patrick Fugit

The opening of the New York Film Festival on Friday (26th September) was attended by many of the great and the good from the acting community. Check out the pictures from the red carpet!

Ben Affleck
Ben Affleck stars in Gone Girl.

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David Clennon - 52nd New York Film Festival - 'Gone Girl' - World premiere - Manhattan, New York, United States - Saturday 27th September 2014

Gone Girl Trailer


Nick Dunne finds himself at the fore of a police investigation when his wife Amy mysteriously goes missing on their fifth wedding anniversary. He has mixed emotions about the whole thing as he enlists volunteers to help find her; their marriage has been on the rocks after he lost his job and dragged Amy away from New York to open a new business. Their relationship was often volatile, further implicating his involvement in her disappearance. A part of him is not so worried about her; he knows how manipulative and deceitful she can be, but unfortunately his lack of visible devastation on TV goes solidly against him for those who are sure he's killed her. As it turns out, he's not so honest either and things come to a head when it turns out that every person in this story has a secret.

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Nick and Amy Dunne are a couple whose marriage is struggling following the loss of Nick's journalism job and their subsequent move away from New York City. Nick sets up a new business to support them, but nothing seems to be cutting the tension between them as their relationship gets more and more fractured. When Amy goes missing on their fifth anniversary, a series of suspicious circumstances point him out as the prime suspect in a possible murder investigation; though he denies any involvement in her disappearance, we are left questioning everything he says when his true, deceitful nature starts to shine through. However, it soon becomes clear that he's not the only dishonest character in this tale as nobody is quite what they're making out to be.

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David Clennon Monday 1st March 2010 Party for the 100th episode of the 'Ghost Whisperer' held at Club XIV. Los Angeles, California

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Sweet Dreams Review


Good
All country musicians have movies made about them sooner or later. Patsy Cline got hers in 1985, a dutiful yet uninspired series of vignettes that shaped her life: grueling tours, making it big, car wreck, having kids, and her ultimate, untimely death in a small plane that crashed into the side of a mountain. Sweet Dreams is a fairly bad title for a film about Cline (I assume it will someday be recycled into a film about The Eurythmics), but I suppose her better known works (like "Crazy") wouldn't have made for appropriate titles at all. Jessica Lange turns in a good performance here, though she lip syncs to Cline's originals throughout. A bigger problem is the meandering plot, which makes too much of her abusive marriage and white trash lifestyle, but never really indicates how wildly popular Cline became during her life.

Light Sleeper Review


Very Good
Light Sleeper feels like a serious '80s film, though it was made all the way in 1992. It's a relic of the drug era, filled with a soulful performance from WIllem Dafoe (a conflicted upper-class dealer who wants to get out of the business), a synthesizer score, and virtually no scenes set during the day. Susan Sarandon and Dana Delany also look straight outta 1983, with a bouffant hairdo and a close-cut Jane Wiedlin cut, respectively. As for the film, it's more hit than miss, and Dafoe's earnest portrayal carries the movie through its rockier, less sensical parts. Worth a look.

The Thing Review


Very Good
John Carpenter made one of his better films back in 1982 but had the unfortunate bad luck to have to release it two weeks after E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial came out. Luckily, The Thing endures as a very good horror flick: genuinely scary and full of tension, and populated by one bad-ass monster. Russell does some good work as the star, but it's the supporting cast that set the pace for dozens of trapped-with-a-monster knockoffs to follow over the next 20 years.

The Visit Review


Weak
Earnest, heartfelt, and soul-searching. These are qualities that are great to see in a film. It's too bad that those qualities don't necessarily mean the film will be any good.

The Visit is a prime example of a movie that has clearly been agonized over and loved, but to virtually no ultimate effect; writer/director/producer Jordan Walker Pearlman is so obviously enamored with the material he can't see the forest for the trees. Adapted from a play, The Visit still has that boxed-in feeling, with virtually all of the action taking place in the visiting room of the prison where Alex (Hill Harper) is incarcerated. Wrongly so, we are led to believe.

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Reversion Trailer

Reversion Trailer

Sophie Clé is the head of marketing for her father Jack Clé's company, which sells...

Gone Girl Trailer

Gone Girl Trailer

Nick Dunne finds himself at the fore of a police investigation when his wife Amy...

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Gone Girl Trailer

Nick and Amy Dunne are a couple whose marriage is struggling following the loss of...

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The Visit Movie Review

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