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The Accountant is a 2016 American crime thriller film directed by Gavin O'Connor, written by Bill Dubuque and starring Ben Affleck, Anna Kendrick, J. K. Simmons, Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey Tambor and John Lithgow. The film follows a highly-functioning autistic[3] small-town certified public accountant who makes his living uncooking the books of dangerous criminal organizations that are experiencing internal embezzlement.

The film premiered in Los Angeles on October 10, 2016, and was theatrically released in the United States on October 14, 2016 by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film received mixed reviews from critics and has grossed over $150 million.



Plot
Christian "Chris" Wolff (Ben Affleck), a mental calculator, works as a forensic accountant, tracking insider financial deceptions for numerous criminal enterprises brokered to him by a voice on his phone that originates from a restricted number. As a child, Christian had been diagnosed with a high-functioning form of autism and offered an opportunity to live at Harbor Neuroscience Institute in New Hampshire. Although Christian had bonded with Justine (Alison Wright), the mute daughter of the institute's director, his father declined, believing that Christian should overcome the hardships inherent in his condition rather than expect the world to be accommodating. The pressure of raising a special-needs child later drove Christian's mother to leave him and his neurotypical younger brother, Braxton, with their father, a decorated Special Forces PSYOP Officer, who arranged for them to receive extensive military combat training around the world such as martial arts and sharpshooting. Christian now uses those skills to protect himself in his dangerous life as an auditor of criminal enterprises, a job for which he accepts payment in various non-cash forms such as rare comics, gold bricks, and paintings by famous artists.

Christian is being pursued by Raymond "Ray" King (J.K. Simmons), the director of FinCEN in the Treasury Department, who knows Christian by the alias "The Accountant". King blackmails young data analyst Marybeth Medina (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) into helping him identify and arrest the Accountant prior to his retirement, threatening to expose her undeclared criminal past if she refuses. King's only leads are Christian's numerous cover names.

The Voice gives Christian his next assignment, auditing state-of-the-art robotics corporation Living Robotics, whose in-house accountant, Dana Cummings (Anna Kendrick), has found suspicious financial discrepancies. The company's CEO, Lamar Blackburn (John Lithgow), and his sister and associate Rita Blackburn (Jean Smart) willingly cooperate with Christian's investigation, while CFO Ed Chilton (Andy Umberger) dismisses Dana's findings as a mistake. Christian ignores Dana's previous work, but impresses her by quickly discovering that $61 million has been embezzled from the company, and they build a reserved rapport. Chilton, who is diabetic, is confronted in his home by a hitman (Jon Bernthal), who forces him to self-administer a fatal insulin overdose by threatening to kill both him and his wife brutally in the manner of a home invasion. Later, Lamar surmises to Christian that Chilton embezzled the money and was driven to suicide out of guilt. Rita closes the investigation, leaving Christian distraught as he has not completed his study.

Meanwhile, Medina realizes Christian's cover identities, including his current name, are all famous mathematicians (Carl Gauss, Louis Carroll, and Christian Wolff). Using facial recognition to track the Accountant leads her to a shootout in which several members of the Gambino crime family had been killed. Analyzing a sound recording, Medina isolates Christian's voice, determining that Christian is muttering the nursery rhyme Solomon Grundy to himself, a behavior consistent with autism spectrum disorder. The trail leads her to the modest accounting office that Christian uses as a cover: ZZZ Accounting, in Plainfield, Illinois, dividing his profits through four cash-only businesses in his block. She learns that Christian has written off hefty tax returns with donations to the Harbor Neuroscience Institute.

Christian and Dana are targeted for assassination, but Christian neutralizes his own pursuers then rescues Dana, taking her to the trailer where he keeps the only things he values, including an original Jackson Pollock that he was reluctant to sell, a motorcycle, various firearms, rare comics, and a lightsaber prop replica. While in hiding, they realize that the embezzled money was reinvested in affiliated companies in order to raise Living Robotics' stock price. Concluding that Rita is behind everything, Christian goes to her house, only to find her dead, murdered by the hitman, who escapes just as Christian is arriving. Thus, Lamar is exposed as the real mastermind.

King and Medina arrive at Christian's house and find evidence (cameras hidden in bird houses and an M134 minigun in the garage) that he is the Accountant. King reveals that Christian had been arrested after he started a melee at his remarried mother's funeral that led to his father's death, taking a deputy's bullet meant for Christian. In jail, Christian had been mentored by Francis Silverberg (Jeffrey Tambor), a former accountant and fixer for the Gambino crime family, who subsequently became an informant for the United States government. Silverberg was later released and tortured to death by the Gambino family, which led Christian to escape and exact revenge on the people responsible.

King confides to Medina that he was present at the shootout and that Christian had spared his life after questioning him about being a "good father". Afterwards, King had been contacted by the Voice and provided with evidence Christian had compiled on criminals who violated his moral code, helping King rise to his position of director. King tells Medina that her investigation of the Accountant has been a test, and she has been selected to replace King, after his retirement, as the Voice's Treasury Department contact.

Christian attacks Lamar's mansion, which is protected by mercenaries led by the hitman. During the resulting shootout, the hitman recognizes the nursery rhyme that Christian is muttering to himself while he is strapping a tourniquet around his injured leg. The hitman confronts Christian and reveals himself to be Braxton, who estranged himself from Christian after their father's death. Braxton holds Christian responsible for their father's death, as Christian was supposed to have called Braxton for his opinion on going to their birth mother's funeral. After a brutal fight, the two come to terms, and Braxton does not react when Christian kills Lamar. Later, the Voice relays Christian's evidence on Lamar's criminal activities to Medina, who has accepted King's offer, and she dismantles Living Robotics. Christian then bids farewell to Dana by sending her the Pollock (covered up by the painting Dogs Playing Poker, a reference to their initial conversation), and leaves to find Braxton. In a scene at the Harbor Neuroscience Institute, the Voice is revealed to be a computer generated voice from a powerful, military-grade, cutting-edge computer, purchased with Christian's money. The computer's user is a (still mute) adult Justine, which she uses to communicate, and also fulfill her duties as Christian's partner.



Production
On November 12, 2014, Variety reported that Anna Kendrick was in early talks to co-star in the film, alongside Affleck.[4] Later that day, J. K. Simmons was also announced as being in talks to join the cast.[5] On November 14, 2014, Jon Bernthal was also in talks.[6] On January 6, 2015, Variety reported that Cynthia Addai-Robinson was added to the cast.[7] On January 14, 2015, Jeffrey Tambor[8] and John Lithgow[9] were added to the cast of the film. Lithgow had already played in a movie about autism, Silent Fall (1994).

Filming began on January 19, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.[10][11] On March 16–20, filming was taking place at the Georgia Institute of Technology.[12]

Fight choreography
The action fighting sequences in the film featured Indonesian martial arts called Pencak Silat.[13][14][15]

Marketing
On July 9, 2015, a year before the film's release, it had received graphic novelization published by Vertigo, a limited comic book imprint owned by Warner Bros. Pictures.[16]

Release
The film was released on October 14, 2016.[17] Before that, Warner Bros. had scheduled it for January 29, 2016, later moving it to October 7, 2016, before moving it back another week.[18][19]

Box office
As of January 12, 2017, The Accountant has grossed $86.2 million in the United States and Canada and $64.1 million in other countries for a worldwide total of $150.3 million, against a production budget of $44 million.[2]


The Accountant was released alongside Max Steel and Kevin Hart: What Now?, and was expected to gross $20–25 million from 3,332 theaters in its opening weekend, although the studio was projecting a conservative $15 million opening.[20] The film made $1.35 million from its Thursday night previews, more than Affleck's Gone Girl ($1.2 million) in 2014. It grossed $9.1 million on its first day and $24.7 million in its opening weekend, finishing first at the box office and was the second highest-debut for a thriller of Affleck's career, behind Gone Girl ($37.5 million).[21] In its second weekend, the film grossed $13.6 million (a drop of just 44.8%), finishing 4th at the box office.

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Nocturnal Animals is a 2016 American neo-noir psychological thriller film written, co-produced and directed by Tom Ford, based on the 1993 novel Tony and Susan by Austin Wright. The film stars Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Isla Fisher, Armie Hammer, Laura Linney, Andrea Riseborough, Karl Glusman and Michael Sheen. Principal photography began on October 5, 2015, in Los Angeles, California.

The film was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival,[4] where it won the Grand Jury Prize.[5] It was nominated for numerous awards, including Golden Globe nominations for Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor for Taylor-Johnson, for which he won.[6] The film was released in the United States on November 18, 2016, by Focus Features, received generally positive reviews from critics and has grossed $25 million worldwide


Plot
The Real World
Angeleno art gallery owner Susan Morrow receives the manuscript for a novel penned by her estranged ex-husband Edward Sheffield along with an invitation for dinner during Edward's upcoming visit to Los Angeles. Marred by her deteriorating marriage to unfaithful businessman Hutton Morrow, Susan becomes consumed by the novel, which is both dedicated to her and named Nocturnal Animals after Edward's nickname for her.

The Novel
Tony Hastings is a peaceful man who runs afoul of three local troublemakers – Ray Marcus, Lou, and Turk – during a road trip through West Texas. Forced off the road, Tony is powerless to stop Ray and Turk from kidnapping his wife Laura and their daughter India, and leaving him with Lou, who forces him to drive Ray's car to the end of a road where he is abandoned. Tony manages to evade Ray and Lou when they return looking for him and makes his way to a nearby farmhouse to call the police.

Detective Bobby Andes is assigned to the case and discovers Laura and India's bodies near an abandoned shack where they were raped and murdered. Tony is wracked with guilt. He is contacted by Andes a year later and is asked to identify Lou, who is charged as an accomplice in the murders of Laura and India.

Turk has been fatally shot in a botched robbery, leaving Ray as the final culprit to be brought to justice. Andes arrests Ray, but is ultimately forced to release him as they only have circumstantial evidence of his involvement. On the verge of retirement and having been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, Andes decides to take matters into his own hands and with Tony's help abducts Ray and Lou to the shack where Laura and India were killed. Andes shoots Lou when he attempts to escape, but Ray succeeds in getting away.

Tony tracks Ray down on his own and the two have a violent confrontation, in which Ray admits to raping and murdering Tony's wife and daughter, calling him weak. Tony fatally shoots him, but is blinded when Ray hits him on the head with an iron bar. Tony stumbles outside, succumbing to his brain hemmorhage, and dies before falling on his gun, shooting himself in the stomach in the process.

The Real World (cont.)
Shocked by the dark content and raw emotion of the novel, Susan reminisces about meeting Edward in college and their blossoming relationship, which Susan's domineering mother Anne Sutton objected to, claiming that Edward was not worthy of Susan's affections and that because of his romantic worldviews, he lacked the drive to actually achieve his goals; Susan ignored her mother's objections, ultimately marrying Edward.

After finding further evidence of Hutton's extramarital affair, Susan resumes reading the manuscript. Susan begins to recall her troubled marriage to Edward, which was strained by her frustration with his fledgling career and her dismissive attitude towards his literary aspirations, and culminated with Susan cheating on him with Hutton and ultimately divorcing Edward to marry him. Edward attempted to repair their relationship, but ultimately cut ties with Susan upon learning that she was pregnant with his child but secretly had an abortion to ensure the divorce proceeded.

Susan realizes that the novel is an allegory for the loss Edward endured during their separation and that he dedicated the novel to her as a form of revenge, having sent the manuscript to prove to her that he was capable of writing a successful novel. Susan reevaluates her current behavior and contacts Edward. She arranges a meeting with him in hopes of mending their relationship, but Edward does not show, making it clear that he does not forgive her.



Cast
Non-fictional
Amy Adams as Susan Morrow, a rich art gallery owner living in Los Angeles[7]
Jake Gyllenhaal as Edward Sheffield, Susan's estranged ex-husband and novelist[7]
Armie Hammer as Hutton Morrow, Susan's second husband, who has been neglectful towards Susan[8]
Laura Linney as Anne Sutton
Andrea Riseborough as Alessia Holt
Michael Sheen as Carlos Holt
India Menuez as Samantha Morrow
Zawe Ashton as Alex
Jena Malone as Sage Ross
Kristin Bauer van Straten as Samantha Van Helsing
Fictional
Jake Gyllenhaal as Tony Hastings, motorist on vacation with his family who is forced off the road by Ray Marcus' gang[7]
Michael Shannon as Lt. Bobby Andes, a dedicated detective for local police department[9]
Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Ray Marcus, leader of the gang[9]
Isla Fisher as Laura Hastings, Tony's wife, who is taken by Ray Marcus' gang[10]
Ellie Bamber as India Hastings, Tony's daughter, who is also taken alongside her mother[11]
Karl Glusman as Lou, gang member[12]
Robert Aramayo as Turk (real name Steve Adams), gang member[13]
Graham Beckel as Lt. Graves
Production
On March 24, 2015, it was announced that Smoke House Pictures' partners George Clooney and Grant Heslov would be producing a thriller, Nocturnal Animals, based on Austin Wright's 1993 novel Tony and Susan.[14] Tom Ford was set to direct the film, based on his own script.[14] Ford said that the storytelling concept of the novel appealed to him, explaining, "The film is very different than the book it’s based on. However, the central themes are the same, meaning that when I read the book, what appealed to me as a writer and a filmmaker was the idea of this device of communicating to someone through a work of fiction. Through a written work of fiction. And thereby communicating something that they had not been able to really communicate clearly. I loved that concept."[15]


The next day, Jake Gyllenhaal was set to star in the lead roles, Edward and Tony, Amy Adams was in talks for the female lead role, Susan, and sources confirmed that Joaquin Phoenix and Aaron Taylor-Johnson may be cast in other roles.[7] Focus Features acquired the US distribution rights to the film on May 17, 2015, while Universal Pictures handles the international distribution.[16] Focus' deal was made with $20 million, making this the biggest deal of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, and one of the biggest of the mid 2010s.[16] On August 6, 2015, Taylor-Johnson was confirmed to play a mysterious character who poses a threat to Gyllenhaal's character Tony's family, while Michael Shannon was also added to the cast, playing a detective investigating the violent incident.[9] On August 28, 2015, Armie Hammer also joined the cast of the film, to play Hutton Morrow, Adams' character's husband.[8] On September 9, 2015, Isla Fisher joined the film to play Laura Hastings, Tony's wife.[10] On September 18, 2015, Ellie Bamber was cast in the film to play Tony's daughter.[11] On September 30, 2015, Robert Aramayo was added to the cast.[13] On October 5, 2015, Karl Glusman signed on to star in the film.[12] On October 8, 2015, Peter Nyong'o was also cast in the film.[17]