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Inspired by the most notorious missing person’s case in New York history, All Good Things is a love story and murder mystery set against the backdrop of a New York real estate dynasty in the 1980s. Produced and directed by Andrew Jarecki (director of the Academy Award-nominated doc Capturing the Friedmans and producer of Catfish), the film was inspired by the story of Robert Durst, scion of the wealthy Durst family. Mr. Durst was suspected but never tried for killing his wife Kathie who disappeared in 1982 and was never found. The film stars Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst and Frank Langella as the powerful patriarch, and captures the emotion and complexion of this real-life unsolved mystery.

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Golden Globe Nominee Kirsten Dunst, Academy Award® Nominee Ryan Gosling and Academy Award® Nominee Frank Langella

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Academy Award® Nominee Andrew Jarecki

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Matthew D'SouzaTop Contributor: Batman
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Gorgeous Film About Grisly Murder!
Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2020
Sweet romance drama turns into chilling character study. Andrew Jarecki’s true crime drama All Good Things (2010) is a fascinating biopic on Robert Durst without using his name. Witness the chilling acts people are capable while still appearing normal on the... See more
Sweet romance drama turns into chilling character study.

Andrew Jarecki’s true crime drama All Good Things (2010) is a fascinating biopic on Robert Durst without using his name. Witness the chilling acts people are capable while still appearing normal on the outside. Check out All Good Things for engrossing crime stories without all the violence. I think it’s a shame critics panned All Good Things and audiences largely ignored this phenomenal film. I wish Jarecki could have used Robert Durst’s name for the film, but alas, everything he’s accused of herein is only alleged not convicted. Jarecki draws upon cold detective noirs like Zodiac as well as serial killer thrillers like Psycho to create a hauntingly warm atmosphere for All Good Things that eventually ends. Gentle and endearing romance drama quickly turns into toxic love, then something darker.

Andrew Jarecki’s direction is exemplary in how to tastefully depict a true crime story without violence, gore, or fetishing the heinous crimes of criminals. I’m sure audiences wanted violent murder, so all the drama was lost on them. Jarecki’s style is all indie arthouse drama with surreal flashes implying violence without ever having to show it. I appreciate his dedication to artful storytelling instead of relying on the brutality of murder. Jarecki’s a director with real vision for his film. All Good Things is 101 minutes of Michael Seresin’s dreamy cinematography that turn into nightmares.Rob Simonsen’s score is inspired and lovely. I hope he gets to direct more pictures.

Ryan Gosling is chilling as David Marks, a stand-in name for Robert Durst. He is so endearing, likable, and warm as the charming Marks that his turn into cold and disturbed Durst is frightening and enthralling. Likewise, Kirsten Dunst is gorgeous and dreamy as always, but her subtle acting conveys the deep sorrow and regret of her character Katie Marks. She is delightful and pleasant, so that you feel sympathy for what Katie goes through in All Good Things. Kirsten Dunst is my favorite actress of all time, so seeing her continue to deliver nuanced dramatic performances is no surprise for me. She is remarkable. Gosling and Dunst have real chemistry in All Good Things too that makes the subject matter so hard to bear.

Frank Langella is outstanding as the cold, estranged father to Gosling called Sanford Marks. He is all business and an infuriating father figure. Langella is excellent at conveying a father’s disappointment in his free willed son. Lily Rabe is wonderfully flirty and conflicted as Gosling’s friend Deborah Lehrman. Philip Baker Hall is fun as the lonely old man Malvern Bump, who is manipulated by the conniving Gosling character. Diane Venora is great as the corrupt lawyer that lets the case die. Nick Offerman is devastating as Katie’s brother Jim McCarthy. His tearful scene in the car is excellent. Kristen Wiig is hilarious and interesting as Katie’s cocaine addicted friend.

I have to mention Trini Alvarado as Katie’s kind friend Sarah Davis. It’s so nice to see her act again after her iconic performance in Little Women (1994).

In short, All Good Things is an underrated crime drama that I hope more audiences get to see.
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Kirsten Dunst Rocks This Role
Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2020
I was never really a fan of Kirsten Durst, thinking her fame was sort of an aftershock from her girl-role in Interview with a Vampire, but this movie proves me wrong. Kirsten Dunst is amazing in this movie, so much so, that I almost called her Kirsten "Durst".... See more
I was never really a fan of Kirsten Durst, thinking her fame was sort of an aftershock from her girl-role in Interview with a Vampire, but this movie proves me wrong. Kirsten Dunst is amazing in this movie, so much so, that I almost called her Kirsten "Durst".

And, of course, this movie is supposed to be based on the the real-life drama of serial killer (is that still only "alleged"?) Robert DURST.

This movie is too sympathetic towards Robert Durst, perhaps because Ryan Gosling is really too pretty to play him? Smiling...

There also isn''t enough character development of the Robert Durst stand-in, though that''s not Gosling''s fault.

Kirsten''s performance makes this entire movie worthwhile, and it shows how good, dynamic women can get sucked into a psychopath''s drama, wanting to rescue him, while he is just driven to steal her shine and make her have abortions (in this case). For a much more in-depth analysis of sociopaths in general, I think that the book entitled My Sociopath: An Empath''s Soul Journey Among Sociopaths by Lynna Kivela is the most elucidating.
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Kathryn R. Burkay
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Based on the life of Robert Durst
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2016
If you''re a reader of Vanity Fair, this story will jog your memory. It is the true life story of Robert Durst, who has admittedly killed a former neighbor and is believed to have murdered his first wife and later a longtime friend Susan Berman because she knew too much.... See more
If you''re a reader of Vanity Fair, this story will jog your memory. It is the true life story of Robert Durst, who has admittedly killed a former neighbor and is believed to have murdered his first wife and later a longtime friend Susan Berman because she knew too much. Obviously this man is a sociopath, and though he suffered through witnessing the suicide of his mother as a child and is then raised by his critical and controlling father, it''s hard to understand how the seemingly "normal" young husband morphs into a monster.
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Gayle
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It needed the Cohen Brothers directing.
Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2021
As Ryan Gosling fans, we persevered through the very low key opening. Both Gosling and Dunst did very well scene by scene but Gosling''s character seemed an enigma even as he became stranger and more violent. About two thirds of the way through the film became far weirder... See more
As Ryan Gosling fans, we persevered through the very low key opening. Both Gosling and Dunst did very well scene by scene but Gosling''s character seemed an enigma even as he became stranger and more violent. About two thirds of the way through the film became far weirder and more interesting. At that point we realized it could have been another Fargo with a director more attuned to the black humor of it. It had several rainy, moody Noirish moments throughout. Better than 3 stars but it could have been 5.
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Truffle
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Are we all depraved?
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2021
The story was weak. The suspense was largely due to the music. Don''t waste your time.
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Executive Search
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Chilling popcorn nail biter. Watch with your new spouse for true terror! Everyone''s favorite honeymoon horror.
Reviewed in the United States on December 25, 2017
This is that true story that will give you chills. The person who turns after marrying them. The murder. The missing person case. The fear of being trapped. Except this is based on real life, and the subject of the film is still with us. In real life, working in real... See more
This is that true story that will give you chills. The person who turns after marrying them. The murder. The missing person case. The fear of being trapped. Except this is based on real life, and the subject of the film is still with us. In real life, working in real estate. You will be careful about your next date or marriage for 67.5 years after watching this.
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CinemaMinor
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good movie with point of view problems
Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2013
As I was watching this movie, I was recollecting the newspaper articles I''d read about the "true events" that inspired it. It''s a strange, strange story and it seems to me that the screenplay tried to make it less strange by psychologically profiling David Marks (fictional... See more
As I was watching this movie, I was recollecting the newspaper articles I''d read about the "true events" that inspired it. It''s a strange, strange story and it seems to me that the screenplay tried to make it less strange by psychologically profiling David Marks (fictional name, played by Ryan Gosling), a character who is put on trial for murdering a neighbor two decades after his wife disappears. The trial brings into question David''s past -- including his myseriously missing wife -- and is the device used to tell his life story. The film takes the stance that David ultimately gets away with three murders, but it also focuses on his disturbing childhood and strained relationship with his very wealthy, well-connected and corrupt father (played by Frank Langella), a New York State real estate mogul with political pull. I felt like I was supposed to walk away from the film with a greater understanding of why David was a pyschopath, but honestly I didn''t care that much about him -- I cared about his wife, Katie, played incredibly well by Kirsten Dunst.

Katie is a key character, but her relationship with David isn''t explored enough to satisfy me. This may be because it''s David who''s telling the story. The scenes we''re shown during his testimony do provide insight into his abusiveness towards her. What they don''t do is explain what the heck Katie was thinking; her family is present throughout the film, but her social life prior to meeting David isn''t incorporated at all and no one questions the earnestness with which she initially devotes herself to him. She''s more like a pawn, or a plot device, than a fully fleshed out person. It''s intimated that she likes David''s money, but she also seems to really like him, which doesn''t make sense. Katie is beautiful and smart enough to get into med school; David isn''t particuarly physically attractive and his character has zero personality and ambition (this isn''t "The Notebook"). The time line is weird too. Katie and David are married in 1972 and when it seems like only a few years have gone by, it''s suddently 1982. And the couple seems to be as unfamiliar with each other as they were a decade before.

During the course of the movie, David goes from being someone with "issues" to a full-fledged pyschopath. Eventually, he starts dressing in women''s clothing. Yet it''s all pretty boring. I think this has to do with the constraint of David being the narrator. He tells the story he wants everyone to believe -- he is on trial -- while we''re shown the "actual" (according to the screenplay) events as only he would know them. The film does let us in on too much by showing scenes in which David doesn''t appear, which is a common and forgivable transgression. But it never truly veers far enough from David''s point-of-view to be thrilling or achieve an effective level of depth. He claims he''s dressing as a woman because he doesn''t want to be recognized,and that''s that.

The scenes that are the most revealing are the ones between David and his father, which makes sense since the movie is about David. But Katie (Kirsten) is the one who shines and the one in whom I was invested. There''s a lot of viewing time left after she disappears, and she really just disappears. It left me feeling that the movie was uneven and didn''t fulfill its full potential. Kirsten Dunst certainly fulfills her potential in this movie with a truly excellent performance that should have garnered more attention. For a supremely good movie along the lines of "All Good Things," see "Reversal of Fortune" starring Jeremy Irons and Glenn Close -- a dramatization of the real-life appeal of Claus van Bulow''s attempted murder conviction for putting his heiress wife in a permanent vegetative state. Mr. Irons won an Oscar for his performance.
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Sharlene Henders
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Boring
Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2021
Slow moving and weird. Did not care for it
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Lindsay Casteel
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worth a watch
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 9, 2017
Even though this is based on true events and does have to stay true to them, I thought it was a weak portrayal, it’s a good film on its own though and is worth a watch
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Rita V.
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All Good Things DVD
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 21, 2019
A true life story. Very interesting and well worth watching.
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MRS.WENDY MORIARTY
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good quality
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 17, 2018
Good movie
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hard work.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 29, 2018
Very complicated story.
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Fay Grosvenor
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Messy film.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 21, 2019
Gave me nausea, and for all the wrong reasons.
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