"Gone Girl" movie quotes bring the best selling novel of the same name by Gillian Flynn to the big screen as the story about a wife who goes missing and the husband left to receive the blame is told. David Fincher directed the thriller using a screenplay written by Flynn. "Gone Girl" opened in theaters on October 3, 2014.
In "Gone Girl," Nick (Ben Affleck) and Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike) are set to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary when Amy suddenly disappears. Many gather to search for Amy including family members (Lisa Banes, David Clennon and Carrie Coon) and old friends (including Neil Patrick Harris and Casey Wilson) while Nick, who seemingly isn't too shaken by this event, faces the press with smiles and few other emotions.
So while Nick pledges his innocence and hires a top attorney (Tyler Perry), detectives (Kim Dickens and Patrick Fugit) and the media (Sela Ward and Missi Pyle) dig up things that surely make Nick look very guilty. But without much solid evidence like a body or murder weapon, the jury on who really is responsible for Amy's disappearance and if Nick was involved at all, is still very much out.
"Gone Girl" is just one of several highly anticipated films opening in September 2014 along with "The Equalizer," "Pride," "Good People," "The Boxtrolls," "This is Where I Leave You," "The Maze Runner," "A Walk Among the Tombstones," "Dolphin Tale 2," "No Good Deed," "The Skeleton Twins," "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby," "The Drop," "The Identical," "Frontera," "The Longest Week," "The November Man," "The Congress," "Life of Crime," "Starred Up," "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," "If I Stay." Check out more great thrillers on our list of shows and movies like Gone Girl!
Amy Elliott-Dunne: "Everyone told us and told us, marriage is hard work. Not for me and Nick. I will practice believing my husband loves me but I could be wrong. I feel like something to be jettisoned if necessary. I feel like I could disappear. I've finally realized that I am frightened of my own husband. The man of my dreams, this man of mine might kill me. This man may truly kill me."In excerpts from Amy's diary, a picture of her marriage is painted. She goes from being completely in love and happy with her husband, Nick, to being gravely afraid that he might kill her. These notes she left, as found by detectives, sure do not help Nick's case that he did not kill her.
Nick Dunne: "As you all know, my wife, Amy Elliott-Dunne, disappeared three days ago. I had nothing to do with the disappearance of my wife. I have nothing to hide."Nick speaks to those who have gathered to help look for his missing wife, Amy. His approach, which is part smiling at the crowd like nothing is wrong and part super defensive, is questioned by many as highly suspicious.
Sharon Schieber: "Nick Dunne, you're probably the most-hated man in America right now. Did you kill your wife, Nick?"Nick sits down with television reporter Sharon Schieber for an interview. This is an important time for Nick with what he says treading a fine line between helping his case and proving his guilt.
Detective Rhonda Boney: "Does Amy got friends we can talk to?"
Nick Dunne: "No, not really"
Detective Rhonda Boney: "You don't know if she has friends, you don't know what she does all day and you don't know your wife's blood type."