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A wealthy art gallery owner is haunted by her ex-husband's novel, a violent thriller she interprets as a symbolic revenge tale. A spelling bee loser sets out to exact revenge by finding a loophole and attempting to win as an adult. Simon and Robyn are a young married couple whose life is going just as planned until a chance encounter with an acquaintance from Simon's high school sends their world into a harrowing tailspin.
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Written by STX Entertainment. The Gift is written and directed by Joel Edgerton. The Gift surrounds a married couple Jason Bateman, Rebecca Hall as they transition into a new job, new house, new neighbors, new friends, basically a new life. As they shop for furniture Simon Jason Bateman encounters an old acquaintance from High school, Gordon or Gordo Joel Edgerton , with a creepy demeanor and an obvious grudge.
The Gift is Hitchcockian. I can't call it anything it isn't. I went into this movie with medium expectations and left with a newfound respect and awe for one person. This person is Joel Edgerton. As a director, he can't do wrong. The shots were inspired and eerie. He cut at just the right times to ensure the audience is terrified but not disgusted. As a writer, he can't do wrong. This is honestly one of the best scripts of the year and I hope it gets an Oscar nomination. It was so well written. The major player in both the direction and the writing is that no serious violence was portrayed in any scene in this movie but yet it manages to crawl under your skin and linger long after the movie's over.
This is partly thanks to the excellent cinematography by Eduard Grau. He was creepy as hell but yet you some how want to root for him. He plays the role magically and was by far the best part of this movie.
Jason Bateman, oh how woefully I doubted you. At first I didn't think he could pull it off. But he did. He was perfect as well. Rebecca Hall in many ways was the main character. She did great. Though she wasn't as good as Edgerton or Bateman, she certainly held her own. Another great aspect of the movie was the soundtrack and the score. It fit perfectly to the subtly creepy atmosphere. Finally Since the script was so well written the viewer is left in ambiguity towards the morals of a character and I find this masterfully executed with every twist and turn being virtually unpredictable.
All and all I loved this movie. Some might argue that the pacing is a bit off nut with such a short runtime. Certain things are justifiably stretched our skimmed. The Gift IS my favorite movie of the year so far and is a must see.
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