Celebrating Gone Girl's Blu-Ray Release with an Awesome Movie Bundle Giveaway!

Have you seen Gone Girl yet? Do you know who kidnapped Amy Dunne?

Well I know what happen to Amy Dunne, and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment would like one of our readers to know as well. 

So we are offering a bundle set that includes: a Blu-ray copy of Gone Girl that brings inside the box an 'Amazing Amy Tattle Tale' book plus a movie-tie paperback copy of Gone Girl written by Gillian Flynn (who also wrote the screenplay for Gone Girl). The bundle is pictured above. 

If you would like a order a copy of Gone Girl Blu-ray or Gone Girl paperback, just click on the images below:

Yara's movie reflection:

Thanks to 20th Century Fox I was able to view the film. I went in not knowing what would happen because I had not gotten around to reading the novel first. Michelle from our team had actually been the one to read the novel back in 2013 and then she went to an advance screening of Gone Girl and shared her movie review last October. I didn't read her review, so that when I finally was able to see the film, I would be surprised the whole time.

Man, was I was something worse. Surprised was the least of my emotions. The movie kept me in suspense every single second, mouth hanging open and me sitting on the edge of the sofa. I would say out-loud my theories and then next scene would happen and it would completed annihilate my theory. I never guessed correctly what happen to Amy Dunne. That makes for a great movie.

If you didn't make it out to the theaters when Gone Girl released or even if you did, you MUST WATCH this film (again). You will not be let down. Just make sure you have time to sit and enjoy it, because the film is 149 minutes long. But worth every second you watch it. And that ending, KILLED ME!

Official Press Release:

The Year’s Most Talked-About Movie 
Comes to Blu-rayand DVD January 13 

Every Blu-ray Comes with the Collectible Amazing Amy: Tattle TaleBook

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (Dec 9th, 2014) – Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will bring you to the edge of your seat when GONE GIRL hits Blu-ray™ and DVD January 13.  Based on Gillian Flynn’s New York Times Best Seller, GONE GIRL delivers critically-acclaimed performances from Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike and the entire all-star ensemble. 
GONE GIRL— directed by David Fincher and based upon the global best seller by Gillian Flynn — unearths the secrets at the heart of a modern marriage. On the occasion of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) reports that his beautiful wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), has gone missing. Under pressure from the police and a growing media frenzy, Nick’s portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. Soon his lies, deceits and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?

Every Blu-ray™ comes with an exclusive new Amazing Amy story – “Tattle Tale.”  The 36-page children’s book is only available with the purchase of the GONE GIRL Blu-ray™.

  • Audio Commentary by David Fincher 
  • ‘Amazing Amy Tattle Tale’ Book

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is the industry leading worldwide marketing, sales and distribution company for all Fox produced, acquired and third party partner film and television programing. Each year TCFHE expands its award-winning global product portfolio with the introduction of new entertainment content through established and emerging formats including DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital HD™. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is a subsidiary of 21st Century Fox.

Gone Girl Movie Bundle Giveaway:
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  1. I love the first scene with Tyler Perry in the film; he's not how I imagined Tanner Bolt from the book but he owned it immediately.
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  2. My favorite scene is when she came home!

  3. the ending of the book is a shocker! haven't seen the movie yet!!!

  4. I love the second part of the book. That's when things get really interesting. I loved Amy in the movie.

  5. (Nicole Moore on Rafflecopter)

    My favorite scene from the movie is when (spoiler!) Amy is revealed to be alive, and we are taken through the process of how she framed her husband for murder. I also loved the scene where she leaves her motel/hotel neighbor's house after watching a segment on herself and Nick and she jumps in glee.

  6. I haven't read the whole book or seen the movie but I like the beginning flashbacks to when they first met. Thanks!

  7. I don't have a favorite part because I've yet to read the book or see the movie.

  8. I can't tell you a favorite scene or character because I haven't read the book or seen the movie yet. But I have heard that they are both good. Thanks for having the giveaway.

  9. I didn't even know thus was a book but I've been dying to see the movie! So excited now. :)

  10. I've been wanting to read this book. It seems pretty good. Is the book sharp objects part 2?

  11. I want to read this book badly, it is actually on my tbr. I hope to be able to read the book before I get to watch the movie

  12. I love the scene when we find out Amy is alive and how she framed her husband. This book is pure genius with shockers and thrills. The ending scene was crazy!!

  13. I was really surprised by how much I LOVED Tyler Perry in the movie. His character didn't make much of an impression on me when I was reading, but I really loved him in the movie. I'm trying to stay vague to avoid spoilers!

  14. I have not yet read the book nor seen the movie. I've been trying to stay spoiler free until I read it. Which I will do before I actually watch the movie.

  15. I haven't seen the movie yet! I'm still reading the book - my sister in law tells me it is amazing!

  16. The beginning of the film was intriguing, I liked the set up scenes that led to public knowledge of her disappearance. Thanks for the chance!

  17. Clipping by at a speedy 145 minutes, Gone Girl suffers only slightly from a script heavy on the exposition and leading dialogue, because, ultimately, the writing is too damn good to dislike.

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