Yes, Kirsten Dunst recently made headlines for her new Showtime series About becoming a God in Central Florida . But in case you forgot, the famous actress has done many great projects over the course of her almost 30-year career. And most of them are movies.
If you think of Haze in the movie, you may first think of the first iteration of Spider-Man Movies . Or maybe the Teen Rom Com Sensation Bring It On . Or you look back on their earliest roles, such as Interview with the Vampire . But here are a few more notable scripts that you probably have not thought about for some time.
& # 39; Dick & # 39;
Dunst has been hard-pressed into the comedy with Dick a reinterpretation of the Watergate scandal in which two teenage girls in the 70s involve Richard Nixon. Yes, that sounds unbelievable. But what were the late 90s, apart from quirky comedies with ridiculous premises?
Dunst and Michelle Williams play the questionable young women. This is a movie that has arrived dreadfully at the box office, but has finally become a cult favorite. And let's face it, this is the perfect time to check it out, because who does not want to believe someone can topple the president?
"The virgin suicides"
In 1999, Dunst was already established child actress. With The virgin suicides her first of numerous collaborations with the then still young director Sofia Coppola
she has turned the matter upside down The story of five teenage sisters who are isolated after one of trying to commit suicide. This triggers a series of events in which they begin to rebel in various ways, as observed by a group of neighborhood boys.
& # 39; Get Over It & # 39;
For a hot second, haze in the early '00s was basically a teen rom-com queen. She exploited the explosion of the genre into the popular media the way it did and then quickly quit (as any crafty actress would).
Among the now forgotten films was Get Over It . As was the trend for a short time, the plot was loosely based on Shakespeare's play. But much to meta is the story in question A Midsummer Night's Dream the piece performed in the movie. Still, it's a fun time in the movies, and Haze plays the lead role alongside countless big names from that era, including Sisqo, Colin Hanks, and Mila Kunis.
Somehow this film is one of the most forgotten in Dunst's career, even though he is one of the best. Bachelorette plays Haze, Isla Fisher and Lizzy Caplan the night before her friend's wedding (Rebel Wilson) as three very dysfunctional bridesmaids.
This movie is not Bridemaids – it's damn funny, but in a much more reliable way. Yes, it comes to crazy antics. Yes, there are funny moments. Although it is a romantic comedy, it is a film about the way the truth comes to light when old friends come together.
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