All Good Things - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

All Good Things Reviews

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January 9, 2016
Fine, but makes for a better documentary.
½ November 24, 2015
I thought it was good, well paced and the mystery unravelled throughout the film. Ryan Gosling was really good. Ending didn't really resolve much.
½ November 18, 2015
David has mommy issues. An exercise in diminishing returns. Skip it.
October 18, 2015
It started off pretty well, but towards the third act it really lost its grasp on things, it could have been an extremely interesting and original film but the more you think about it, the worse it gets.
August 31, 2015
She died a violent death.

David Marks is the son of a famous and rich father of a law firm. David wants a different life that is more simple and he marries a beautiful simple girl that is down for whatever he is down with. David does not want a family and is eventually pulled back into the family business. His wife starts to crack and so does their relationship.

"Late. Always late. Anyone who didn't know you would think you're busy."

Andrew Jarecki delivers All Good Things in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is very interesting and well done in a Gone Girl kind of way. The movie is intense and the evolution of the characters is very well portrayed. The cast delivers awesome performances and includes Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, Lily Rabe, and Frank Langella.

"We're just the custodians. This guy owns the place."

I came across this on Netflix and had to add it to my queue. This was better than I anticipated and I am a little surprised this is rated so low on Rottentomatoes. This isn't as good as Gone Girl, which is elite in the genre, but this is just a hair down. I recommend seeing this.

"I agreed to go into the family business."

Grade: B+
½ August 23, 2015
Brilliantly intriguing, dark yet believablabke characters. The only think I did not like was that the mystery remains unsolved.
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½ August 19, 2015
Pretty awful. This film is so incredibly disjointed...I have no idea what direction it's even going in. It's so confusing and stupid. Do not watch this film.
July 11, 2015
Meh. Watch The Jinx instead!
June 12, 2015
the documentary was so much better. it's hard to imagine this made durst cry.
May 29, 2015
Personally I thought this film was fantastic and very scary! Ryan did an amazing job on his acting on this film
½ April 3, 2015
Poor directing..... and editing
½ March 24, 2015
interesting enough, not the best execution.
½ March 24, 2015
This sounded like a good movie, but I was left confused by a few things.
March 22, 2015
Great performances and a tight and exciting planting can't save All the Good things of a lazy and predictable third act.
March 19, 2015
Such an interesting watch after watching HBO's The Jinx and the recent events of the seemingly endless Robert Durst Saga. Must see!
March 14, 2015
An odd biopic of the bad times of Robert Durst ; watch The Jinx on HBO instead
½ March 14, 2015
Kirstin Dunst steals the show from Ryan Gosling in this so so crime exploration.
½ March 14, 2015
All Good Things is a good movie, nothing more. Subject matter is fascinating, and based on real life events. I watched this because of the HBO Series about The Durst family which is a groundbreaking documentary. The additional conjecture thrown up here is interesting. A film you could miss and nobody would ever know or care. Gosling is ok but doesn't steal the show in this one. Kirsten Dunst on the other hand is amazing and so beautiful.
½ March 13, 2015
based on Robert Durst's legal meanderings. if you ever need a lawyer in Houston, hire Dick DeGuerin!
½ March 5, 2015
An interesting thriller featuring two of my favourite leads. Unsurprisingly the acting is great by not only them, but the entire cast. Although cliche to a fault, it is a great story by itself, but definitely has the feel of a missed opportunity for something much bigger. I understand the back story, the father-son relationship aspect of the film, and I like the tone that gives the film, but perhaps it dwelled on that a little too much and missed the more human aspect of the characters.
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