All Good Things contained images, dialogue, and scenes that were reminiscent of something truly transcendent, but the film itself never quite reached those heights. The entire final portion felt like an entirely different film and it was very inappropriate given what had come before. Kirsten Dunst continues to illuminate everything that she touches and here she was a fantastic marvel. I will always have a soft spot for her - ever since I was a little boy and I saw her in Interview With The Vampire. I fell in love with her then and she forever remains in some sacrosanct recess of my childhood whimsy. Ryan Gosling, who is always great, did everything that he could to give his character and, in turn, the story the weight that it needed and, in some transient respect, he succeeded. He embodied the strange character of David Marks to an absolute perfection. I have never been particularly fond of Frank Langella but he rarely disappoints, and definitely not in this film. I would watch this again - I'd even share it.