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Rated R · 101 minutes · 2010

Mystery, Thriller
This is based upon the true story of Robert Durst, the son of a New York City real estate mogul whose wife went missing in the ’80s. Also, a couple of Durst’s friends were murdered under mysterious circumstances, and one case was never solved. Ryan Gosling plays David Marks (a character loosely based on Durst), who meets and marries Katie (Kirsten Dunst). They open a health-food store in the country and seem to be enjoying life when Marks’ father (Frank Langella) orders him back to the big city to work in the family business. Things go bad from there in director Andrew Jarecki’s somewhat uneven film. However, it’s tolerable due to the always-reliable work of Gosling. He doesn’t play Marks as an obvious psycho; he’s mild-mannered with occasional outbursts and a tendency to talk to himself. Dunst’s portrayal of his wife is moving and sad, while Langella makes his mark as the monstrous father. The film isn’t fully realized, but it does benefit from an exemplary cast.
Official Site: www.magpictures.com/allgoodthings
Director: Andrew Jarecki
Producer: Michael London, Marc Smerling, Andrew Jarecki, Bruna Papandrea, Bob Weinstein, Harvey Weinstein, Michelle Krumm, Janice Williams and Barbara Hall
Cast: Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, Frank Langella, Lily Rabe, Philip Baker Hall, Nick Offerman and Kristen Wiig

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Memphis Flyer Missing Pieces An unsolved mystery transforms into an incoherent movie in All Good Things. by Greg Akers 01/20/2011
Portland Mercury Mary Jane Gets Murdered The luridly speculative All Good Things. by Alison Hallett 01/06/2011
Indy Week A docudrama of a notorious unsolved murder in America in All Good Things All Good Things is the only slightly fictionalized story of real-life millionaire Robert A. Durst, who is suspected of murdering his wife, who disappeared in 1982. by Nathan Gelgud 01/05/2011

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