Gone Review | Player Affinity

Even when playing second fiddle to Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams in teen comedy classic Mean Girls and acting opposite three-time Oscar winner Meryl Streep in the musical Mamma Mia!, Amanda Seyfried tackles all of her roles with grace, composure, and a powerful display of talent. With all she’s worth, however, Seyfried has the lesser Nicholas Sparks film Dear John, the bland romantic comedy Letters to Juliet, and Catherine Hardwicke’s (Twilight) faux-Gothic Red Riding Hood in her less-than-terrific repertoire of leading roles. Her latest film, Gone, now settles into this list as perhaps the gravest offender.

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