Maps to the Stars (2014)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama

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A tour into the heart of a Hollywood family chasing celebrity, one another and the relentless ghosts of their pasts.




  • David Cronenberg at an event for Maps to the Stars (2014)
  • Mia Wasikowska in Maps to the Stars (2014)
  • Robert Pattinson in Maps to the Stars (2014)
  • David Cronenberg and Caitlin Cronenberg at an event for Maps to the Stars (2014)
  • Sarah Gadon at an event for Maps to the Stars (2014)
  • Mia Wasikowska in Maps to the Stars (2014)

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18 September 2014 | Red_Identity
Fascinating, sort of
By no stretch of the imagination do I think that this is a home run. Not at all. It's very messy, and many times each storyline strains to connect. However, there's still a sense of real fascination under it all. Messy, but also very interesting at times. If anything, the film would have worked more if the performances were more in-line with the obviously funny material at the core. The one actor to truly get it is Julianne Moore, who is easily the best performer here. She seems to have a helluva time, funny and wickedly offbeat, even if over-the-top in a way that works. She really does rise the film above what the script entails. Great performance

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