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November 26, 2010 / TerranceTheTrailerTrasher

All Good Things

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Unlike “Blue Valentine,” here’s a trailer for a new Ryan Gosling film that actually looks like a genuine movie. The plot involving money and financial scandal, along with the inclusion of Frank Langella, reminded me of the “Wall Street” sequel, but it feels like this film will have more bite. It’s great to see Kirsten Dunst make a sort-of comeback since it feels like she’s been absent for awhile. This could be the film that launches her into more adult territory.

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Looks like it will be a standard, but tense, romantic thriller in the vein of “A Perfect Murder,” which, ironically was a lot more like “Wall Street 2” than this movie, since it actually had Michael Douglas as a hedge fund manager. The “All Good Things” trailer starts with a star-cross’d lovers story — she’s too low class for his rich and powerful family — that turns into a murder mystery. Wall Street-like financial scandal, Michael? Nothing in this trailer indicates the “firm” mentioned has anything to do with the financial services market. It could be a law firm. And the “scandal” appears to be Gosling killing his wife, which “will be all over the six o’clock news” because he’s rich. That’s not exactly a white collar stock fraud crime. But yes, Dunst sure has been off the radar for a while starring in that obscure “Spider-Man” trilogy that no one saw.

“All Good Things” opens next Friday, December 3, 2010.

Next week we’ll check out Gwyneth Paltrow’s singing skills, Kate Bosworth’s Ninja skills, Mark Wahlberg’s fighting skills, and a trailer for a new Ernest Hemingway movie.


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