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The Forgotten Failures Of Ryan Gosling

Every film on this list has at least a handful of apologists claiming that they aren’t nearly as bad as critics let on. That’s all fine and good. But you know what no other film but “All Good Things” has going for it? It actually helped solve one of the most infamous murder mysteries of the 20th century.

In “All Good Things” (a critical and commercial flop that debuted in 2010), Gosling plays David Marks, a would-be Manhattan real estate heir who becomes increasingly erratic, to the point that he potentially murders three different people — including his wife (Kirsten Dunst) and his best friend (Lily Rabe). The film was so clearly based on the real-life case of Robert Durst — the late Manhattan real estate heir connected to the alleged deaths of three people — that Durst himself called director Andrew Jarecki and agreed to be interviewed.

To make a very long story short, their interactions led to the production of the HBO docuseries “The Jinx,” during which Jarecki and his crew managed to uncover evidence that would eventually see Durst convicted of murdering his best friend, Susan Berman. Shortly after his trial, he died of natural causes.

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