After their youngest daughter commits suicide, Mr. and Mrs. Lisbon (James Woods and Kathleen Turner) react by isolating her four remaining sisters from social interaction, especially with the opposite sex. When Lux (Kirsten Dunst), the most promiscuous sister, begins to rebel, Mr. and Mrs. Lisbon answer back by placing the girls under virtual house arrest. Although it's meant to protect them, the isolation only intensifies the obsessions of the girls' male classmates, and ultimately leads them to tragedy. Directed by Sofia Coppola. With Josh Hartnett, Scott Glenn, Danny DeVito, Hayden Christensen and Giovanni Ribisi. Categories: Drama, Mystery. Year: 1999.
Kirsten Dunst in The Virgin Suicides
One of the president's top advisors (Robert De Niro) joins with a Hollywood producer (Dustin Hoffman) and a PR agent (Anne Heche) to artificially create a war to take the attention away from the President's misdeeds. Directed by Barry Levinson. With Denis Leary and Willie Nelson. Categories: Politics, Comedy. Year: 1997.
Kirsten Dunst in Wag the Dog
Judy (Kirsten Dunst) and Peter (Bradley Pierce) Shepherd have just discovered a strange board game in the attic of their new home. As they begin playing, they release the magic of Jumanji, a world filled with wild animals and adventure that comes to life before their eyes. As Jumanji begins to take over their house and then their entire neighborhood, Judy and Peter meet Alan Parrish (Robin Williams), a man who was trapped inside the game as a child. If Judy and Peter hope to escape Alan's fate and free him from the game after 26 years, they will have to locate Alan's old playmate, Sarah Whittle (Bonnie Hunt), and finish Jumanji once and for all. Directed by Joe Johnston. With Jonathan Hyde, David Alan Grier, Bebe Neuwirth and Patricia Clarkson. Categories: Family, Adventure, Action, Fantasy, Comedy. Year: 1995.
Kirsten Dunst in Jumanji
After witnessing the death of his young wife, plantation owner Louis de Pointe du Lac (Brad Pitt) is offered eternal life by a mysterious foreigner named Lestat de Lioncourt (Tom Cruise). After being transformed into a creature of the night, Louis finds his new existence difficult to reconcile with his conscience as Lestat shows him how to prey on humans and drink their blood. Two hundred years later, Louis relates the details of his tragic existence to a young writer (Christian Slater), who becomes entranced with the idea of becoming a vampire himself. Directed by Neil Jordan. With Kirsten Dunst and Antonio Banderas. Categories: Drama, Horror, Fantasy. Year: 1994.
Kirsten Dunst in Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles
The latest version of the timeless classic by Louisa May Alcott, this version features Winona Ryder as Jo, the most adventurous sister. Claire Danes is Beth, the fragile sister, while Trini Alvarado is Meg, the first to marry. Kirsten Dunst is Amy, the youngest and most carefree, while Susan Sarandon plays the strong-willed matriarch who raises them. Directed by Gillian Armstrong. Categories: Drama, Family, Romance. Year: 1994.
Kirsten Dunst in Little Women