Here’s the trailer for the upcoming adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s most famous work, On the Road. This one might be a tough sell with vampire lover Kristen Stewart in the lead but Walter Salles, who also directed Motorcycle Diaries, just might pull it off.
Christian Slater gets the story of the centuries in Neil Jordan’s flawed but fascinating adaptation of Anne Rice’s novel starring Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt and Kirsten Dunst.
Sometimes a good movie can be made even better by a good soundtrack — and sometimes a really bad movie can be redeemed by its music. Here are a few flicks available for your instant viewing (and listening) pleasure that may sound better than they look.
Lars Von Trier’s apocalyptic sci-fi drama starring Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Gainsbourg makes for one of the most fascinating movie experiences of the year.
This weekend brings us Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar, Lars Von Trier’s Melancholia, Tarsem Singh’s Immortals and Darren Lynn Bousman’s rather appropriately titled 11-11-11.
R.E.M.’s swan song, and if you love Kirsten Dunst, boy is this one for you.
Director Lars von Trier is back to torture us, and this time it’s sort of sci-fi. Two sisters (Gainsbourg and Dunst) find their already strained relationship even more challenged as a mysterious new planet threatens to collide into the Earth.
No one can turn love into a battlefield quite like Hollywood. Here are a few films where marriage isn’t so much a contract of mutual compassion but a source of heavy (and we do mean heavy) conflict.
Orlando Bloom goes home to ol’ Kentucky and finds love with Kirsten Dunst in Cameron Crowe’s valentine to small-town America.
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