• Released
  • December 3, 2010
  • (Limited NY 12/3/10, Wide TBA)
  • R , 1 hr 41 min
  • Suspense/Thriller

All Good Things review

By Punk_Kanellis
Written February 09, 2012
So, unfortunately, I didn’t have the pleasure of seeing this in theaters. I wish I had though. My dog barked through half of it. ‘All Good Things‘ was a thriller with a twist of romance, and it fit that category perfectly! Ryan Gosling (hot!) starred alongside Kirsten Dunst to make this movie the phenomenally amazing true story that it is. It made me jump, laugh and cry.
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By smkt075
Written December 24, 2010
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Really SICK SICK FLICK Just Awful

By Juleinny1961
Written December 05, 2010
To begin with, not a hugh fan of Ryan Gosling. Visually he just does not appeal to me and I find his acting mediocre. Just me folks. But he and Kirsten Dunst have absolutely no sexual chemistry. No one would believe that they were so passionately in love. But perhaps he, David Marks, was such a dysfunctional psychopath that he was incapable of understanding love. There is not enough character development to give you the background to understand he couldn't love. Nor was there enough to understand why he would demand an act by his wife (Dunst) that would crush her soul later on in the movie. Written poorly. Developed worse. Just a compete waste of my time, which I resent. My time is precious. SERIOUSLY, SO DO NOT BOTHER WITH THIS MOVIE, IT IS A WASTE OF CELLULOID. JUST JUNK.
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Interesting Love story gone wrong

By NassaDane
Written February 28, 2017
A very nice film, i enjoyed it. Wish i would have actually seen it in theaters though. Good story. Not a full on love story rather more than that but had many attributes of one Also had very interesting characters. Was looking forward to it, and i'm glad i saw it.
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All Good Things Review

By Derrick Deane
Written May 16, 2011
I like Ryan Gosling and Frank Langella. Phenomenal actors. Which is why I held cautious optimism before watching this movie, hoping it would be something special. In the end, it's a pretty boring drama. Kirsten Dunst just didn't seem right for that role either. Kristen Wiig on the other hand, has a couple of great scenes that she totally steals, including the "Motherf**ker!" office scene. All in all though, I'd say skip this movie which masquerades as a dramatic thriller but is in reality a mysterious snooze-fest.
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