1. Do not provoke a highly educated, intelligent, ambitious woman.
2. Provoking a highly educated, intelligent, ambitious woman, and deprive her of these qualities is equivalent to murder.
3. People survive and live based on the idea of existence. Or, people want to exist in willingness to live and survive.
Nick dunne took my pride and my dignity and my hope and my money. He took and took from me until I no longer existed. That's murder.
The plot pretty much surrounds itself by this idea. I enjoy Rosa's portrayal of Amy's character despite all the comments on her acting. She did bring out the amazing and crazy Amy; one is pure perfection and the other buried her raging anger under the skin.
To me, It's not about the emphasis on how marriage became rotten apples, it's about how this marriage shattered Amy's perception of marriage out of her control. Circling back to the above quoted line, aside from Amy's psychopathetic traces, she's a woman who'd do anything to maintain her amazing Amy image.
4. Seeing Ben Affleck as an useless, cheated, cowardly and empathetic laggard on the screen just makes me laugh and left me adequately impressed.
5. Tanner Bolt killed it.