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    All Good Things

    Inspired by the most notorious missing person's case in New York history, the film reveals the case of Mr. David Marks who was suspected but never tried for killing his wife Katie who disappeared in 1982.
    Duration: 101 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2010
    IMDb: 6.3
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  • Actors of "All Good Things"

  • Characters of "All Good Things"

    David Marks. Character of All Good Things
    Played by: Ryan Gosling
    Katie Marks. Character of All Good Things
    Played by: Kirsten Dunst
    Sanford Marks. Character of All Good Things
    Played by: Frank Langella
    Deborah Lehrman. Character of All Good Things
    Played by: Lily Rabe
    Malvern Bump. Character of All Good Things
    Daniel Marks. Character of All Good Things
    Played by: Michael Esper
    Janice Rizzo. Character of All Good Things
    Played by: Diane Venora
    Jim McCarthy. Character of All Good Things
    Played by: Nick Offerman
    Todd Fleck. Character of All Good Things
    Played by: Stephen Kunken
    Mary McCarthy. Character of All Good Things
    Played by: Maggie Kiley
  • Directors of "All Good Things"

    Andrew Jarecki. Director of All Good Things
    Andrew Jarecki
  • Creators of "All Good Things"

    Marcus Hinchey. Director of All Good Things
    Marcus Hinchey
    Marc Smerling. Director of All Good Things
    Marc Smerling
  • Critic Reviews of "All Good Things"

    Newark Star-Ledger
    March 23, 2015

    The film is so busy working hard to convict one rather shady character, it never convinces us of its own reason to exist.

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch
    January 31, 2011

    There's a fascinating story here for a bolder filmmaker, but after so much meandering it's a relief that All Good Things must come to an end.

    Miami Herald
    January 20, 2011

    Jarecki knows how to make scenes of boisterous family reunions and quiet moments between lovers engaging: He fares less well, though, when the story takes a dark turn.

    Christian Science Monitor
    January 03, 2011

    Director Andrew Jarecki, who made his name with the documentary Capturing the Friedmans, is less successful at limning family dysfunctionality in the fictional mode.

    January 03, 2011

    It also feels like one man's attempt to try another in the court of cinema, or perhaps correct the course of justice itself.

    Chicago Reader
    December 30, 2010

    The unsolved crime turns out to be less mysterious than the mind of the killer, nervily portrayed by Gosling as not evil but unaccountably empty.

    March 23, 2015

    The acting occasionally borders on great. The story itself is more than worthy. But none of that comes close to overcoming the misguided pacing and overall lack of depth.

    We Got This Covered
    March 23, 2015

    A somewhat flawed yet ultimately satisfying thriller.

    Radio Times
    March 23, 2015

    A story that's overloaded with research and unbridled speculation, all told with no clear direction.

    The Playlist
    March 23, 2015

    Filled with fact, but barren of any real story, All Good Things barely has a couple good things worth mentioning.

    Columbus Alive
    March 23, 2015

    The end result is intriguing, with a dash of a love story here and a twisty whodunit there. A fine performance by Ryan Gosling glues the mishmash together.

    TV Guide
    March 23, 2015

    All Good Things isn't a pleasurable film to experience, but it offers an uncanny evocation of a narcissistic sociopath who doesn't come at us with the charm and sophistication that the typical screen bad guy has.

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