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Based on the Anne Rice's novel and with a screenplay adapted by herself, this film tells the story of Lestat and Louis, two vampires with over three hundred years. Directed by Neil Jordan, has the participation of Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and Kirsten Dunst (as a child). It received two nominations for the Oscar (Best Art Direction, Best Original Score).This is the film adaptation of one of the greatest horror novels of this American author, and is even more appealing when we realize that she actively collaborated with the production, signing the adaptation of the script. Indeed, it's a great script, faithful to the novel and original story. And for me, this movie has another good note: fully escaping the recent "sex symbol vampire" cliché, fueled by movies like "Twilight", this film depicts vampires as they really should be: monsters with some psychological depth.The actors are excellent in their roles. The highlight goes obviously to Pitt and Cruise, who were not only perfectly able to give charisma to the characters but also not ignore the importance of the psychological characteristics. Pitt took it to the extreme in his character, torn between the love of his own humanity and the overwhelming desire for blood he feels. The way both actors share the scene is irresistible, such as how Cruise transforms his character in "evil genius" of his friend.The film contains several very intense scenes with moments that can hurt some sensibilities. Nevertheless, its not a very bloody movie. The atmosphere is dark, sinister, something largely enhanced by the cinematography, dark and misty, and the soundtrack, worthy of a good horror movie (something that this film is definitely not). The special, visual and sound effects are good, such as the characterization and makeup. The costumes are exceptional, portraying accurately the clothes of the several historical periods portrayed throughout the film.
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Given author Anne Rice was annoyed by the casting of Tom Cruise as the vampire Lestat. Interview with the Vampire had a very controversial production. Not least the death of River Phoenix who had been cast as a reporter.However this was the first movie I realised just how good an actor Cruise actually was. Before Cruise had been paired with an older more experienced actor such as Dustin Hoffman or Paul Newman.Here Cruise blows away most of his co-stars and the film suffers when Lestat disappears from a large portion of the film.Director Neil Jordan got the gig after winning an Oscar for Best Screenplay for The Crying Game. This is a Grand Guignol Gothic.In modern San Francisco, reporter Daniel Molloy (Christian Slater) is called to interview Louis (Brad Pitt.) He claims to be a plantation owner from New Orleans and is a vampire who is over 200 years old.Louis recounts his life story, how he was converted into a vampire by Lestat after the death of his wife in childbirth. Louis initially resists the urge to take human blood while Lestat is a natural predator.Later Louis finds an orphan Claudia (Kirsten Dunst) who is turned into a vampire and Louis treats her like a daughter. Now Louis is tired of life and immortality.Despite a cast of good looking Hollywood hunks. Interview with the Vampire after a bloodsoaked beginning becomes ponderous and indigestible. Not helped by the watering down of the gay subtext of the source novel. It robs the film of an important plot element. Pitt and Antonio Banderas are bland. Apart from Cruise, only Stephen Rea stands out as one of the vampires.
In present day San Francisco, reporter Daniel Molloy (Christian Slater) interviews Louis de Pointe du Lac (Brad Pitt) who claims to be a vampire. Back in 1791 south of New Orleans, he was a 24 year old owner of a plantation. He is in grief over his wife's death in childbirth. He wants to die and Lestat de Lioncourt (Tom Cruise) answers his wish. Yvette (Thandie Newton) is Louis' favorite slave whose killing is the final act before he sets the plantation on fire. Louis refuses human blood until he finds young Claudia (Kirsten Dunst) living besides her dead mother. After Louis has a taste, Lestat converts her to a vampire.Were we ever so easily swayed by the simple promise of sexy vampires? Apparently we were. Of course, there is more to this than the two sex symbols of the time; Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. Director Neil Jordan is able to bring Anne Rice's Gothic sense to the big screen. It is beautifully shot and expertly crafted. However it doesn't drive. At least, the plot isn't very hard driving. This is a ponderous affair. The movie already shows that Louis exists at the end so he doesn't have the tension of danger. The story plods along but it does so beautifully. It's also quite a nice introduction to Kirsten Dunst. She's amazing in this and probably out-acts Brad Pitt.
It's hard to believe that the only movie Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt have ever starred in together is Neil Jordan's 1994 Oscar-nominated gothic horror classic, Interview with the Vampire. The two superstars have been the ideal Hollywood poster boys across the globe, for decades past, but behind-the-scenes, they were reportedly not the best of friends. Though, there was mutual respect for each other!
During an interview with Premiere, in 1995, Neil Jordan had touched upon Tom Cruise ("Plays all aggressive and individual all icy.") and Brad Pitt's ("All emotion.") different approaches to life. Decoding this further was Brad himself, who confessed, "You gotta understand, Tom and I are... we walk in different directions. He's North Pole. I'm South. He's coming at you with a handshake [Pitt mimicked Cruise's hyper-aggressive hello] where I may bump into you, I may not, you know?" Cinephiles will agree with the Oscar winner's statement as the duo's respective filmography speaks for itself, as do their real-life personalities.
While Interview with the Vampire is the first and only project that Tom Crusie and Brad Pitt have ever starred in together, interestingly, the two almost starred in Ford v Ferrari. Ultimately, it was Matt Damon and Christian Bale, who ended up starring in the Oscar-nominated movie.
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Here are the 28 best vampire movies that are not a Dracula story. Yes, Bram Stoker's classic novel and the many adaptations it has spawned are nothing short of iconic. But they have been discussed and praised at length. So, we wanted to take this list as an opportunity to shout out some movies that may have been bumped off had we included all of the Dracula adaptations. This comes at the perfect time as the TV adaptations of Vampire Academy and Interview WIth the Vampire are just around the corner.
Fans of Park Chan-wook may have been blindsided by Thirst. I certainly was. After creating two of the best South Korean movies ever made in the aughts with Oldboy and Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Chan-wook unleashed Lady Vengeance, in which the violence continued to be pummeling yet critical and the turns of the plot remained unpredictable. What changed was the humor, which was far more buoyant, bordering on animated, in Lady Vengeance.
A glowing example of indie filmmaking with passion, A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night started out as a crowdfunded project and quickly gained a reputation as one of the best independent horrors of recent years. This gorgeous Persian-language flick is a compelling blend of Western and horror, about a desolate ghost town in Iran that is stalked by a young female vampire. She forms a bond with a troubled young man and tries to right a few of the wrongs in his life. Writer/director Ana Lily Amirpour makes a truly stunning début with this stylish black-and-white crime thriller and continues her collaboration with actress Sheila Vand in the role of the titular Girl. - Luna Guthrie
Perhaps the most divisive title on this list, Twilight undeniably impacted popular culture and the vampire genre with its focus on the teenage market. Withdrawn high-schooler Bella (Kristen Stewart) is brought out of her shell when she meets a mysterious young man (Robert Pattinson) and a complex web of attachment develops between them, changing not only their lives but those of the wider undead community. A huge success that made stars of its cast and spawned several sequels, it admittedly lacks the sophistication usually attributed to the vampire genre, but really captures the emotional core of teenage experience that director Catherine Hardwicke is so good at portraying on the screen. - Luna Guthrie
"The Lost Boys" in this movie are vampires, teenage vampires, and of course there is a lost girl, too, but why mention her? They hang from the ceiling of their lair, in the ruins of an old hotel, and at night they go out to cruise the boardwalk of Santa Cruz, Mass Murder Capital of the World. When a new kid moves to town, the lost boys look threatening but the lost girl looks just great.
The movie stars Jason Patric as Michael, a bright kid who moves to town with his widowed mother (Dianne Wiest) and little brother (Corey Haim). Right away he meets a nice local man (Edward Herrmann), who comes calling on his mother. Before long, he sees the great-looking girl (Jami Gertz). And not long after that, he sees the pack of lost boys, led by Kiefer Sutherland. The girl invites him to join them.
At about this point, the movie feels like it's going somewhere. But then the plot starts getting very complicated, with the adult romance between Wiest and Herrmann, the teenage romance between Patric and Gertz, and the vampire intrigues of Sutherland.