Magnolia Home Entertainment has announced All Good Things for Blu-ray release on March 1, 2011. This psychological thriller is inspired by the true story of the most famous missing person's case in New York City. It stars Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst and Frank Langella, and had a limited theatrical release on December 3.
Special features include:
Commentary with Andrew Jarecki and Marc Smerling
Making of All Good Things
HDNet: A Look at All Good Things
Interviews with family, friends and others connected to the original case
watched this on HDNet movies last month as a sneak peak and it wasn't to bad at all. It's based on a true story and is quite disturbing with good performances by the players involved. Rental first and or buy at your own risk.
Great acting and a compelling story. Recommended to fans of "true crime" type films. I thought the first hour was better than the rest, but, still, this is well worth a watch. Ryan Gosling is such a terrific actor, and Kirsten Dunst has never been better (or at least not since The Virgin Suicides).
@wnicholas76: Yep, it is the first time she has done nudity that wasn't see-through or just barely blocked by something like a shirt or lace. She also stated that her next film will feature her nude as well!