Watched Gone Girl.
It's a very good film overall. The plot is interesting and unpredictable and I was on the edge of my seat pretty much from beginning to end. Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike give solid performances and I think the soundtrack effectively intensified the more intense scenes.
There's two things that irked me a bit about the film though:
MASSIVE SPOILERS ALERT!
I didn't find Amy to be that believable any more in the last fifteen minutes. I can understand that she wanted revenge on her husband for cheating on her (and maybe because he wasn't quite the dream husband she had hoped for), but why go to such incredible lengths to enact this revenge? The film doesn't lay that much emphasis on the fact that she may truly be a sociopath. It seems like we're supposed to be believe she's simply a manipulative bitch, who's perfectly satisfied with spending the rest of her life with someone who's afraid of her and hates her with a passion. Why would someone want this?
There also appears to be a bit of shoddy writing with the cameras around Desi's house. Wouldn't the cops find footage of her voluntarily entering Desi's house? We never see her deleting this footage nor do we know whether the footage gets automatically deleted after several days. I suppose we just have to assume that this was the case.