Tagged: Kirsten Dunst

Movie Review: ‘The Beguiled’

Nicole Kidman is stunning and fearsome as the owner of a Virginia girls' school during the Civil War, who has to deal with the unwelcome arrival of an enemy soldier. in "The Beguiled."

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Movie Review: ‘Hidden Figures’

Hiko Mitsuzuka discovers the "Hidden Figures" in this exciting tribute to the unsung heroines behind NASA's historic launch of the 1960s.

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Movie Review: ‘Midnight Special’

Andrew Payne reviews "Midnight Special," a sci-fi chase film that further proves Jeff Nichols is one of the most exciting young directors working today.

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Review: The Two Faces of January

Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst, and Oscar Isaac shine in this stylish Patricia Highsmith adaptation from Hossein Amini.

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From ‘Blade’ to ‘Spider-Man’: The 10 Most Marvel-ous Movies

With Thor: The Dark World bringing its hammer down on the box office, David Morris takes us through 10 of his favorite movies featuring heroes from the Marvel universe.

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Great American Novels Turned Great American Films

The Great Gatsby is not the only Great American Novel to get the big screen treatment. Samantha Wilson takes a look at five quintessential American novels that have also made the leap to the silver screen.

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Interview: ‘Upside Down’ Stars Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess

Who says movies can't be original anymore? Kit Bowen talks with 'Upside Down' stars Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess about their trippy romantic indie.

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Review: ‘Upside Down’ Is A Visceral Approach To A Standard Love Story

Scott Youngbauer takes on the star-crossed sci-fi romance starring Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst.

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10 Memorable Meteor Movies

With recent real-life meteors creating havoc on Earth, Ana Bastow takes a look at the on-screen relationships humanity has had with these fallen stars.

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Review: ‘Bachelorette’ is For the Ladies

If you're looking for the slapstick fun of The Hangover and Bridesmaids, look elsewhere as Bachelorette goes beyond the typical dark comedy, says Beth Dinkel.

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