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Glenn Whipp, Special to the Los Angeles Times says
Hesitant though we may be to complain about a vigilante movie being too subtle, the fact is that
"Gone" desperately needs to either ratchet up the suspense or simply be smarter about the cat-
and-mouse game Jill plays with the police.
Gone : Film Review - The Hollywood Reporter
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Feb 24, 2012 – A thriller so fixated on red herrings that viewers may stop caring if anyone's
really in danger, Gone is diverting but unlikely to linger long in ...
They're judgement is GONE!
First of all the action was "edge of your seat". The plot moved at a good pace yet each
character along the way was a real person, not an extra. I have seen people like this in real life
and they made the plot believable.
It may be a little predictable in terms of people dying but who had time to think about that?
The characters were so well developed it was like when the main pizza shops started using FRESH
vegetables. You can taste each one in every bite.