Based on a novel, the movie "On the road" brings you back to the good old days of America. This movie brings you back to a time, when getting on the road to explore the country doesn't seem like a bad idea. As the movie follows the life story of three teenagers trying to find their identity, it might get a little confusing as the movie progresses. The story line becomes quite clear that this movie is about a road trip, and as such gets into a mundane feel. However, along their drive the movie starts to bind all the characters together.
Playing opposite's roles are two males, whom in all essence are two sides of a coin. While you are watching the movie, it will be very hard to tell if the budding writer wants to continue being in the company of his friend. The real mystery will be between the seductive female that is along for the ride. No one can tell for sure, if the tension between the both of them leads to anything worth mentioning in the future. The lines are blurred when it becomes clear that she is trying very hard to either copy his actions, or trying to get in his bed.
Being the observer throughout the movie, many people can relate to the feeling of seeing your friends do things they shouldn't have. It is a little sad that most of the time he is drowned out in the background, but that is to be expected. Although, the movie tries to bring him into a more active role during certain times, he is quickly overwritten and left to be forgotten in the background. Over time this results in a rift that starts to develop between the two friends, but nothing much comes from this problem.
Overall it really is hard to try to portray the lifestyle of the past, but one thing is for sure the movie is not lacking in vintage cars that will bring back memories for some people. Jazz music feels the screen at the correct time, to bring out how important the music culture was during that time. However, the best part of the movie, which seems to bring it all together, is the lighting that brings back the era that has long passed. While this movie might not be fast paced or filled with action, it is a movie to watch if you want to relive the good old days of America.
What scared Kristen Stewart during the filming of Kerouac’s “On The Road?” Was it the fact that she got all naked and the whole world is bracing to see her lady bits? Nope. How about the fact that she and sexy co-star Garrett Hedlund have to get it on in front of the camera, the film crew, and a nosy audience? All naked, and such? Nope. Not phased. Apparently, more bemused than worried by the whole process of the on-screen simulated sex. The “Twilight” star said this: "To be honest, I think if you were to isolate the scenes, it's fairly ridiculous watching yourself fake have sex.
The approaching premiere of “On the Road” has already generated a lot of buzz. With risk-taking director Walter Salles tackling the difficult project of transmitting the great Jack Kerouac’s vision to screen, everyone has a lot to be excited for. What else? I feel like I’m missing something important. Maybe two important somethings… Ah yes. Kristen Stewarts’ ta-tas. So how did the shy, quirky actress feel about baring her bosoms all up on that big screen? Surprisingly good, she told MTV News.
Kristen Stewart has confirmed her new project for next spring. She will be co-starring with, of all people, Ben Affleck in the upcoming comedy entitled “Focus.” “I can confirm that rumor… It’s a comedy,” Stewart said about joining the cast. “I’m really excited about it. We start shooting in April.” In “Focus,” Stewart will star as an inexperienced con artist. She’ll team up with the slick Affleck, who falls for her.
The Toronto International Film Festival media cadre threw Kristen Stewart a bone this week: they seemingly let her stick largely to talking up her premiering Jack Kerouac-adaptation role in "On The Road." The break-out co-lead of Summit Entertainment and Lionsgate's "Twilight" saga - including this November's franchise-concluding "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2" - was conspicuously absent from Thursday's MTV Video Music Awards, where co-stars Taylor Lautner and estranged boyfriend Robert Pattinson premiered a 90-minute preview of the fall blockbuster.
Kristen Stewart has backed out a project? Ruh-oh. The “Snow White and the Huntsman” actress has signed onto “Cali,” a Nick Cassavetes-directed action flick, but has since dropped out. The movie is in its early stages, and since Stewart has been undergoing some pretty serious stuff since she announced her infidelity to Robert Pattinson in July, will the public be kind of lenient on this one? Seems likely. Also, may I suggest, if one is seeking to forgive, checking out the storyline for “Cali," which is as follows: “Lovers Mya and Chris decide to return to Los Angeles to save her sister from a group of unsavory characters—years after Mya disappeared with the cash she took from the production of a fake snuff film.
Jack Kerouac's groundbreaking novel "On the Road" may be one that you picked up in a bookstore knowing it was a classic, or one that was assigned to you in one of your English classes. "Twilight" probably isn't. But the two do have one thing in common: Kristen Stewart. The first trailer for the movie adaptation of "On the Road" has hit, and fans of K-Stew will get to see their first glimpses of the "Twilight" star in her newest role. A little bit of skin? Check.