All Good Things (2010)HD Closed Captioning
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About the Movie
ALL GOOD THINGS is a love story and murder mystery set against the backdrop of a New York real estate dynasty in the 1980s. Produced and directed by Andrew Jarecki (director of the Academy Award®-nominated Capturing the Friedmans and producer of Catfish), this psychological thriller was inspired by the disappearance of Kathie McCormack, wife of real estate heir Robert Durst. Mr. Durst was suspected but never tried for killing his wife Kathie who disappeared in 1982 and was never found.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 93
- Fresh: 31
- Rotten: 62
- Average Rating: 5.5/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Gosling is given the barest blueprint of a life gone terribly wrong and the actor struggles to make something out of nothing, though he does manage to give the older David an aura of weirdness that is downright creepy.
Rotten: There's plenty of information on what (might have) happened, but not much thought given to why.
Rotten: Dunst is not the only person doing quality work in "All Good Things," but she is the only one worth watching.
Rotten: It also feels like one man's attempt to try another in the court of cinema, or perhaps correct the course of justice itself.
rent for $10 bucks?
movie looks great. but really!? "RENT" it for $10 bucks!? you've got to be kidding. itunes... SNAP OUT OF IT!
Very Good!..Could have used more a little explaining
I thought this was a really good movie and represented the true story well. They needed to explain that Robert Durst had been diagnosed with Aspergers. That would have explained his odd behaviors better. Other than that, I thought it was portrayed well.
WORTH THE WAIT!!
Director Andrew Jarecki tells a evocative story. No pointing fingers, no judgements, and the perfect amount of details. The cinematography is gorgeous - even the simplest of settings come to life in a way that is anything but. The acting is brilliant - many beautiful people all in one film. The two years' wait was well worth it!