Nick goes to his father's old home, which is painted blue. Nick and Margo are released on bond. Meanwhile, Tanner goes to Missouri to help Nick and Margo clear up Nick's image. Phone records I: Amy makes the anonymous phone call tipping the police off to the contents of the shed. By far one of the best acting performances to have come from Ben Affleck, 'Gone Girl' boasts some strong yet disturbing portrayals from Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry and Affleck.
Amy then stole her urine and used it to submit it for the pregnancy test. He says he comes by once a week to make sure the place doesn't burn down. It has been burned in their fireplace, but traces of Amy's blood are found on it. She befriends a woman named Greta Lola Kirke. The hospital sends her home in a nurses uniform, underneath which she is still caked in blood. Desi and Amy see the news while Sharon gets wind of it at the same time.
Arriving at his home are Detective Rhonda Boney and Officer Jim Gilpin Kim Dickens and Patrick Fugit. Rand asks Amy to go sit with some reporters so they can interview her. What will be made of the video cameras at the lake house not showing anyone there for the first several days? Nearly a month after Amy's disappearance, Nick looks out his window and sees Amy drive up, still covered in blood. They put wristbands on her and one guesses they examine her - but they don't bother to wash the blood off of her. But no one saw the wife leave. By the end I just wanted someone to firebomb the house and kill the pair of them.
Rhonda and Jim find it odd that he seems rather indifferent and passive when answering questions and the fact that he doesn't know if Amy has any close friends or her blood type. The detectives question him as to why he's there. They are just bland and, well, unbelievable. He discovers a large pile of items from the credit card purchases stored there, as well as a gift-wrapped box in the middle of it all. Nick, meanwhile, figures out that the third clue refers to a wood shed outside Margo's home.
Noelle walks by and calls out to Nick, asking him if he knew that Amy was six weeks pregnant. As it happened it has a really lame ending. Things take an unfortunate turn when Rhonda and other officers show up at Margo's home with a search warrant due to the call about the woodshed. Consequently, the media starts analyzing Nick. Rhonda and Jim meet Nick back in his home and explain that the results of a light test showed that someone wiped up a large pool of blood in the kitchen.
Rhonda and Jim continue their investigation, checking out the abandoned mall, now frequented by prostitutes and drug dealers. She soaks her nightgown in red wine, binds her hands and feet, then crawls to the camera, crying, making it look like she's just been raped. While he's out at work, she clearly stages what looks like a brutal rape. Desi and Amy watch Nick's interview with Sharon, while Nick is watching with Margo. February 24, 2007 Nick and Amy go to a party held by her parents Rand and Marybeth David Clennon and Lisa Banes. One person there is Desi Collings Neil Patrick Harris , but he leaves without saying anything.
Margo checks the Internet and sees that Nick is trending positive with the public. Nick goes to New York City to find Tanner Bolt Tyler Perry , a lawyer specializing in tough, high-profile cases who has been following Nick's story in the media. Nick and Amy's parents meet with Rhonda to determine some possible suspects. In the next room, Nick finds that his father Bill Leonard Kelly-Young is in there after the police found him wandering around town, having left his assisted living facility he suffers from Alzheimer's. Amy scores a hole in one at miniature golf and jumps up and down for joy - which causes her money belt to fall off. Under pressure from the police and a growing media frenzy, Nick's portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. January 8, 2005 Nick and Amy first meet at a party in New York.
He arrives, but sets off the alarm. She refers to a private joke they had about how their sex was too good for ordinary sheets. Dark and twisted, David Fincher's stylish new mystery thriller was derived from Gillian Flynn's intriguingly slick tale from her complex and suspenseful novel. Amy had used a variety of pens to make recent diary entries appear as if they were written over the past five years, and periodically threw each one out the car window. He wipes some sugar off her lips and kisses her. I really struggled with the book and found it incredulous so never finished it but the film was getting good reviews so I thought I'd give it a go.