“All Good Things” is the kind of movie that gives Hollywood a bad name. I won’t dwell on the plot, which sounds pretty interesting at first: A love story and a murder case combined together based on a famous unsolved New York murder case. Nor will I comment on wether or not I want to hear the words “unsolved” and “murder” in the same sentence. I mean what’s the point of watching a movie about a murder if the ending raises more questions than it asnwers? I like both Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst, and I hate to see them waste their time on such mediocrity. Not to mention such talented co-stars as Frang Langella and Philip Baker Hall. I’ve seen worse pictures this year (“Skyline” to be more specific), but “All Good Things” is a complete misfire, and I think it’s a shame because it had potential, but it still fell short. If you want a really good movie based on a famous unsolved murder case, then I suggest you watch “Zodiac” instead. N’uff said.
Categories: The Twenty-First Century