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Interview with the Vampire


Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, Kirsten Dunst, Antonio Banderas View All


Anne Rice (Screenplay), Neil Jordan (Director) View All

Release: Nov. 11th, 1994
Runtime: 2 hours, 3 minutes
A vampire relates his epic life story of love, betrayal, loneliness, and dark hunger to an over-curious reporter.
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Interview With The Vampire was actually one of my favourite movies around the time I really started getting into film, which I found weird, since I didn't and still don't care for vampire movies.
It's almost too good watching Tom Cruise chew every possible inch of scenery as Lestat, the mischievious blonde vampire who turns suicidal widower (and eventual interviewee) Louis (Brad Pitt) into a vampire, which prompts a whole bunch of odd-couple nonsense as Louis struggles with the notion of kil....
As a film Interview with the Vampire is quite melodramatic and theatrical but for some reason vampires always seem to be portrayed as show offs and buffoons so I'm not bothered as much as usually.