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All Good Things
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Directed By
Andrew Jarecki

Written By:
Andrew Jarecki, Marcus Hinchey, Marc Smerling

Kirsten Dunst, Ryan Gosling, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Frank Langella, Kristen Wiig, Nick Offerman, Diane Venora, Philip Baker Hall, John Doman, Trini Alvarado, Zoe Lister Jones, John Cullum, Lily Rabe, Liz Stauber, Ashlie Atkinson, Jason Kravits, Tom Riis Farrell, Tom Kemp, Marion McCorry, Eliezer Meyer, Maggie Kiley, Shirley Roeca, Jicky Schnee, Jeanine Serralles, Mark Vincent, Stephen Singer, Michael Esper, Sean Meehan, Pamela Tyson, Craig Walker, Barbara Ann Davison, Tamara Torres, Mark Rosenthal, Aristedes Philip DuVal, Diane Baisley, Kevin Cannon, Peter Conboy, James Cronin, Catherine Pierce, Fabrizia Dal Farra, Stephen Kunken, Laura Lynn Berrios, Laura Lynn Berrios, William Jackson Harper, Glenn Fleshler, Sophia Rokhlin, Emily Alonzo, Monika Baskiewicz, Lebroz James, Tony Torn, Kina Bermudez

All Good Things (2009)
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Movie Review by Shannon
March 11th, 2013

MY GRADE: B minus.

This tale is really sloooooooow in the first third and then it picks up some. Inspired by the accused murdered, Robert Durst.

Gosling plays a wealthy man named Mark who marries a working class girl named Katie (played by Kirsten Dunst). Their marriage begins with promise but his unstable mood swings create friction to the point where we are left wondering did he murder her or not?

Arguably too many flashbacks and back stories did damage to the tale.

That said it had its moments in which some scenes were done well, especially when the Dunst character is trying to get certain information from her husband's office.

The budget for this picture was $20M but it didn't even clear $1M at the Box Office. I'm not terribly surprised.

STORY/PLOTTING/EDITING: C plus to B minus; CHARACTERS/DIALOGUE: C plus to B minus; SOUND/MUSIC: B minus to B; CINEMATOGRAPHY: B minus; OVERALL GRADE: B minus; WHEN WATCHED: December 2012 to January 2013 (streamed).

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