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All Good Things (2010)

All Good Things is a movie starring Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, and Frank Langella. Mr. David Marks was suspected but never tried for killing his wife Katie who disappeared in 1982, but the truth is eventually revealed.

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  • Genre: Crime | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.22G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 101
  • IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 3

The Synopsis for All Good Things (2010) 720p

A love story and murder mystery based on the most notorious unsolved murder case in New York history. The original screenplay uses newly discovered facts, court records and speculation as the foundation for a story of family, obsession, love and loss.


The Director and Players for All Good Things (2010) 720p

[Director]Andrew Jarecki
[Role:]Lily Rabe
[Role:]Frank Langella
[Role:]Ryan Gosling
[Role:]Kirsten Dunst


The Reviews for All Good Things (2010) 720p


Reviewed byDavid Ferguson ([email protected])Vote: 7/10/10

Greetings again from the darkness. Who among us isn't intrigued by areal life "unsolved" murder mystery? Throw in a very wealthy New Yorkreal estate family, a never-discovered body, an executed friend, and ahorrible childhood trauma and it is certain to draw the attention offilmmaker Andrew Jarecki. Jarecki's film "Capturing the Friedmans" wonnumerous awards and is among the best documentaries ever made. He has aknack with dark family secrets.

In the film, Ryan Gosling plays David Marks, disenchanted son of RealEstate mogul Sanford Marks (a powerful Frank Langella), who witnessedthe grisly suicide of his mother when he was very young. David meetsthe energetic and affectionate Katie (Kirsten Dunst) and the twodreamers escape Daddy's clutches and head to Vermont to open a healthfood store. Finally wilting under pressure from Sanford, the couplereturns to the city and David joins the family business. The goodthings are soon to end.

Since much of the real life story is still a mystery, Jarecki does anice job in assembling pieces from the trial records. Along the way, wemeet David's friend Deborah Lehrman (Lilly Rabe), an acclaimed writerwho seems to always be there for David ... as he is for her. We witnessthe transformation of David from loving husband to mentally disturbedmurder suspect.

Jarecki gives us some guidance on what might have happened and how theplan could have been executed, but we'll never know for sure. What wedo know is that there was not much happiness associated with thisfamily, despite the wealth and 42nd Street real estate holdings.

The acting in the film is tremendous. Gosling, Dunst and Langella aretop notch. Yes, Ms. Dunst provides what is easily her best screenperformance ever. Support work from Lily Rabe, Phillip Baker Hall, NickOfferman and Kristen Wiig is all strong and believable. This one willgive you the creeps ... and rightly so.

Reviewed bySiamoisVote: 6/10/10

The dysfunctional family of David Marks appears to have scarred him.His mother's death at a young age seems to haunt him. He is the eldestson of a shady, demanding real estate mogul and seems uncomfortablefollowing in his father's footstep and getting involved in thisfinancial empire. He seems bored, disconnected. One day he meets KatieMcCarthy, a sunny and enthusiastic young woman. The story, taking placeover several decades, explores their growing relationship and how theweight of David's dark legacy makes it all spiral down.

Andrew Jarecki is better known for the well-received Capturing theFriedmans. This is his first full-feature film and he tackles adifficult project but in many respect, this seems a logicalcontinuation. His past as a documentary maker serves him well, sinceAll Good Things is based on a real story. And much like "Friedmans",once again this is about very scary, dark characters. Jarecki'sdirection is mostly slick and simple, relying on a script and also anamazing cast

It is David who narrates the story, yet things are kept enigmatic andviewers have to reach certain conclusions. There is an economy indialogue but everything is put in place for you to have a good idea ofwhat is going on in Marks' life. There's something really powerful yetunderstated about how David inherited of traits both from his motherand his father, pulling him down. Many people have described the filmas a sort of mix of romance and mystery, which is accurate. There arealmost noir elements to the film.

What is most remarkable about the film by far is the cast. Ryan Goslingcontinues his ascension as one of the best actors working today.Kirsten Dunst shows why she has become kind of underrated in a verydifficult role. They both play every single emotion perfectly and mustuse a lot of range and in very few words, we get their characters.Frank Langella as the father steals almost every scene he is in. Thisis an actor who always took his craft seriously but seems to be gettingeven better as of late. People talk about the chemistry between Dunstand Gosling but I was amazed by Langella and how he made these twoactors better in every scene he was with them. Philip Baker Hall isanother veteran who shines here in a smaller role later in the film.It's not easy establishing your character with little screen time buthe pulls it. The rest of the supporting cast is excellent. Reallystrong point (and good for Jarecki, a guy used to film real people andnot actors).

Where the film is a little less successful is in drawing the audiencein. We feel sometimes as emotionally disconnected from these charactersas David and Sanford Marks themselves. Jarecki is almost clinical inhis approach. The romance never lifts up and so, the mystery grabs theaudience a little less. Visually, the film also ends up a mix bag ofmore naturalistic shots and weird artsy attempts. There are abruptflashbacks and forwards that make for an uneven pace and a lessengaging experience.

Overall, this is still an interesting take based on a fascinatingreal-life mystery and a rewarding film if you are patient.

Some Not So Good ThingsReviewed byDavid FergusonVote: 7/10

Greetings again from the darkness. Who among us isn't intrigued by a real life "unsolved" murder mystery? Throw in a very wealthy New York real estate family, a never-discovered body, an executed friend, and a horrible childhood trauma and it is certain to draw the attention of filmmaker Andrew Jarecki. Jarecki's film "Capturing the Friedmans" won numerous awards and is among the best documentaries ever made. He has a knack with dark family secrets.

In the film, Ryan Gosling plays David Marks, disenchanted son of Real Estate mogul Sanford Marks (a powerful Frank Langella), who witnessed the grisly suicide of his mother when he was very young. David meets the energetic and affectionate Katie (Kirsten Dunst) and the two dreamers escape Daddy's clutches and head to Vermont to open a health food store. Finally wilting under pressure from Sanford, the couple returns to the city and David joins the family business. The good things are soon to end.

Since much of the real life story is still a mystery, Jarecki does a nice job in assembling pieces from the trial records. Along the way, we meet David's friend Deborah Lehrman (Lilly Rabe), an acclaimed writer who seems to always be there for David ... as he is for her. We witness the transformation of David from loving husband to mentally disturbed murder suspect.

Jarecki gives us some guidance on what might have happened and how the plan could have been executed, but we'll never know for sure. What we do know is that there was not much happiness associated with this family, despite the wealth and 42nd Street real estate holdings.

The acting in the film is tremendous. Gosling, Dunst and Langella are top notch. Yes, Ms. Dunst provides what is easily her best screen performance ever. Support work from Lily Rabe, Phillip Baker Hall, Nick Offerman and Kristen Wiig is all strong and believable. This one will give you the creeps ... and rightly so.

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