Gone Baby Gone

For 36 days straight, we’ll be exploring the famous 36 Dramatic Situations by presenting a film that exemplifies each one. From family killing family to prisoners in need of asylum, we brush off the 19th century list in order to remember that it’s still incredibly relevant today. Whether you’re seeking a degree in Literature, love movies, or just love seeing things explode, our feature should have something for everyone. If it doesn’t, please don’t assault our eardrums by talking to us in a Boston accent. Part 10 of the 36-part series takes a look at “Recovery Of A Lost One” with Gone Baby Gone.

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It would appear that Miramax wants Ben Affleck back behind the camera for Arizona, a fact-based crime drama about a murdered journalist.

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Time to take a look at what DVDs are worth spending some cash on this week. Don’t worry, we will do it together.

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Gone Baby Gone’s surprise star talks about her experiences in anticipation of the film’s release on DVD.

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I predicted it would be a Comeback Week for predictions at The Reject Report, and guess what? The number one movie of the week, 30 Days of Night, I nailed bang-on. The number two movie, Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married, I also nailed bang on. So it was a great week predicting the top movies. There’s just one problem: I got everything else wrong. Again.

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I think we’ve finally sorted out who’s the actor and who’s the director in the Affleck family. Over the last few years, Ben Affleck has been one of the most criticized men in front of the camera in Hollywood. Behind the camera however, Gone Baby Gone is only a small hint of what the man is capable of.

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Welcome to my Comeback Week at the Reject Report. Well, at least I hope it’s a comeback week for me with my predictions, since I’ve been getting them wrong lately. And I hope it’s a comeback week for the overall box office as well. But I doubt it. The general feeling among all the box office prognosticators is that all the studios dumped their flop movies on us this very week.

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