The Gift 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

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The Gift 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

The Gift

Theatrical film poster
Directed by Joel Edgerton
Produced by
  • Jason Blum
  • Joel Edgerton
  • Rebecca Yeldham
Written by Joel Edgerton
  • Jason Bateman
  • Rebecca Hall
  • Joel Edgerton
Music by
  • Danny Bensi
  • Saunder Jurriaans
Cinematography Eduard Grau
Edited by Luke Doolan
  • Blumhouse Productions
Distributed by STX Entertainment
Release dates
  • July 30, 2015 (2015-07-30) (L.A. Live premiere
  • August 7, 2015 (2015-08-07) (United States)
Running time
108 minutes
  • United States
Language English
Budget $5 million
Box office $53.2 million


The Gift 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

The Gift is a 2015 American psychological thriller film written, produced, and directed by Joel Edgerton, making his directorial debut. The film stars Jason Bateman, Rebecca Hall, and Edgerton, and was released in the United States on August 7, 2015 by STX Entertainment.

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The Gift 2015

The actor Joel Edgerton’s directorial debut is a tremendously sly, insinuating thriller that pushes the social transgressions of cult favourites The Cable Guy and Chuck & Buck into subtler, more shaded territory.Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall play Simon and Robyn, an upwardly mobile LA couple settling into their new modernist home in the Hills when the dishevelled Gordo (Edgerton), a long-forgotten classmate of Simon’s, shows up – and keeps showing up, leaving increasingly extravagant housewarming presents, from window cleaner to koi carp, on their doorstep.

Simon’s best efforts to stave Gordo off – first deploying a glib lack of interest, then open contempt – don’t take, and gradually this geek-bearing-gifts, a bedraggled remnant of everything this couple has transcended, puts a crack in the couple’s unified front of success. We can’t help but notice Simon’s insecurities, and his worries that his endlessly supportive and hospitable wife may be too good for him – and that this arriviste’s needy presence seems to compound the absence of the child his hosts have long coveted.

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