When Bad Movies Happen To Good People: 11 Flops We've Kindly Forgotten
Ryan Gosling in All Good Things
Being devastatingly handsome, Ryan Gosling often takes on very risky roles to ensure filmmakers see him as more than just a pretty face. Some have paid off big, winning him critical praise (Drive), and Oscar acclaim (Half Nelson). But playing a thinly veiled version of accused wife-murderer Robert Durst in the flaccid crime-drama All Good Things was a wrong-headed wager. The tale of love gone sour and a dashing beau turned cruel killer played out less like gripping drama and more like a typical Lifetime Channel cautionary tale. But the only lesson to be learned here is: even Gosling makes mistakes.
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