Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire ChroniclesHD Closed Captioning
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About the Movie
Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Tom Cruise, Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Brad Pitt and Golden Globe-nominee Kirsten Dunst are among the undead in this spellbinding adaptation of Anne Rice's ("Queen of the Damned," "Exit to Eden") bestselling horror novel. When an ambitious reporter agrees to interview a man who claims to have been a vampire since the 18th century, he hears a hypnotic, shocking, violent, moving and erotically charged tale, detailing what it was like existing for the past two-hundred years as one of the living dead. The powerhouse cast also includes Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Antonio Banderas; Academy Award, Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Stephen Rea ("V for Vendetta," "The Reaping"); Christian Slater; and Thandie Newton ("The Pursuit of Happyness," "Crash"). Directed by Academy Award-winner Neil Jordan ("The Crying Game," "The End of the Affair"), and produced by David Geffen ("Little Shop of Horrors," "Personal Best").
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 52
- Fresh: 32
- Rotten: 20
- Average Rating: 5.9/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Interview with the Vampire promises a constantly surprising vampire story, and it keeps that promise.
Rotten: For all its visionary brilliance, the movie version of Interview never lets us close enough to see ourselves in Louis. We're dazzled but unmoved.
Fresh: It's about seduction, and either you succumb to its inky entrapments or you resist. When its mojo was working, I was happy to be had.
Fresh: Director Neil Jordan has always had an affinity for underdogs, and he has created a film that can be viewed as empathetic to any oppressed group. Homosexuals may claim it as their emotional story
a must see
This movie is definitely a must see if your into the vampire genre. It was very captivating to watch, Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise both did excellent acting in this movie. It would be great if iTunes could have Queen of the Damned as a movie option as well.
Although it takes some noticeably different paths than the book, this is a fantastic movie. Although Antonio Bandares wasn't the star, I loved him in this. Too bad Kirsten Dunset is in it. That cost it a star.
Don't pass up this classic of the vampire genre
I've been waiting for this to hit the store. This movie is essentially the modern vampire classic. The characters and story are believable, rich, elegant, and compelling to watch. Cruise and Pitt both give excellent performances, as well as Slater. An all around great movie and one that any vampire lover should own.