History Film / InterviewWithTheVampire

4th May '17 1:24:24 AM MarkLungo
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* BreaktheHaughty: Lestat by the end...only for it be subverted at the last moment.

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* BreaktheHaughty: BreakTheHaughty: Lestat by the end...only for it be subverted at the last moment.
4th May '17 1:22:59 AM MarkLungo
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The movie's framing story centers on a newspaper reporter named Daniel Molloy (Slater), interviewing a man named Louis (Pitt) who claims to be a vampire. Molloy is [[AgentScully unconvinced]] of Louis's claim until his subject displays feats of inhuman speed. He agrees to interview Louis, who then relates his previous life as a New Orleans aristocrat, and subsequent unlife as a vampire, turned by Lestat (Cruise).

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The movie's framing story centers on a newspaper reporter named Daniel Molloy (Slater), interviewing a man named Louis (Pitt) who claims to be a vampire. Molloy is [[AgentScully unconvinced]] of Louis's claim until his subject displays feats of inhuman speed. He agrees to interview Louis, who then relates his previous life as a New Orleans UsefulNotes/NewOrleans aristocrat, and subsequent unlife as a vampire, turned by Lestat (Cruise).
29th Apr '17 8:37:39 AM Saveelich
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5th Mar '17 6:25:14 PM Stevebob
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* AssholeVictim:
** The French vampires.
** The pimp at the beginning who tried to mug Louis.
** Lestat (though in the end he's more sympathetic).



* BreaktheHaughty: Lestat by the end...only for it be subverted at the last moment.



* DeathSeeker: Louis seems to be this at the start of the film, outright stating that he'd "be happy to join" his dead wife and child and even opening his shirt to make shooting him easier when a man threatens him with a pistol.



* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Louis and Armand.



* IHateYouVampireDad: Louis has... mixed feelings towards Lestat, both loving him for giving him the "Dark Gift" and essentially saving him from despair and death, and hating him for condemning him to an un-life of sterility.

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* IHateYouVampireDad: Louis has... mixed feelings towards Lestat, both loving him for giving him the "Dark Gift" and essentially saving him from despair and death, and hating him for condemning him to an un-life of sterility. Claudia takes this UpToEleven towards Lestat, though she states that, despite also holding Louis responsible for her condition, she cannot bring herself to hate him.
* HereWeGoAgain: The film ends with [[spoiler: Lestat attacking Daniel and draining him, then stating he's going to "give you the choice I never had"...]]



* JerkAss: Lestat

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* JerkAss: LestatLestat. However, it could be argued that, by the end, he's become a JerkassWoobie.



* LostLenore: Louis's wife and infant child, whose off-screen deaths triggered his downward spiral into depression. Eventually, [[spoiler: Claudia]] becomes this for him too.

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* LostLenore: Louis's wife and infant child, whose off-screen deaths triggered his downward spiral into depression.depression (this is changed from the book, where Louis is depressed over his brother dying). Eventually, [[spoiler: Claudia]] becomes this for him too.
5th Mar '17 5:44:51 PM Stevebob
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* BabiesMakeEverythingBetter: See below. Lestat seems think that making Claudia a vampire will result in them all being "one happy family". It works for a bit, before being brutally deconstructed.


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* CostumePorn: Just about everyone, though particularly Lestat and Claudia, in the 18th and 19th centuries.


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* LostLenore: Louis's wife and infant child, whose off-screen deaths triggered his downward spiral into depression. Eventually, [[spoiler: Claudia]] becomes this for him too.
30th Oct '16 7:11:58 AM DoctorSleep
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* RuleOfSymbolism

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* RuleOfSymbolismRuleOfSymbolism: When Louis discovers cinema and is cherishing the ability to see colours and daytime again, there's a shot from Film/{{Superman}}. While colour film had been around long before it was made, it does provide a contrast for Louis, as Superman is a fantastical being that is a friend to the masses rather than a predator and gains power from the sun instead of being killed by it. Just as vampires are envied by mortals for their ability to stay young and cheat death, we see that vampires have their own personal envies.
5th Oct '16 2:05:39 PM JoieDeCombat
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* GoodHairEvilHair:
** Claudia and Lestat both have long curly blonde hair, and are both evil to the core.
** On the other hand, Louis's dark blonde hair is straight, and he's far less villanous, but never reaches the HairOfGoldHeartOfGold archetype.

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* GoodHairEvilHair:
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GoodHairEvilHair: Claudia and Lestat both have long curly blonde hair, and are both evil to the core.
** On the other hand, Louis's dark blonde hair is straight, and he's far less villanous, but never reaches the HairOfGoldHeartOfGold archetype.
core.
5th Oct '16 2:03:36 PM JoieDeCombat
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The movie's framing story centers on a newspaper reporter named Daniel Molloy (Slater), interviewing a man named Louis (Pitt) who claims to be a vampire. Molloy is [[AgentScully unconvinced]] of Louis's claim until his subject displays feats of inhuman speed. He agrees to interview Louis, who then relates his previous life as a noble, and subsequent unlife as a vampire, turned by Lestat (Cruise).

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The movie's framing story centers on a newspaper reporter named Daniel Molloy (Slater), interviewing a man named Louis (Pitt) who claims to be a vampire. Molloy is [[AgentScully unconvinced]] of Louis's claim until his subject displays feats of inhuman speed. He agrees to interview Louis, who then relates his previous life as a noble, New Orleans aristocrat, and subsequent unlife as a vampire, turned by Lestat (Cruise).
2nd Aug '16 7:26:59 PM Mdumas43073
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''Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles'' is a 1994 film, based on the 1976 novel of the same name by Creator/AnneRice, the first in her ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' series. The film was directed by Neil Jordan, and stars Creator/TomCruise, Creator/BradPitt, Creator/AntonioBanderas, Creator/ChristianSlater, and Creator/KirstenDunst. It was a box office hit, generating a little over $100 million in domestic receipts.

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''Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles'' is a A 1994 period horror film, based on the 1976 novel of the same name by Creator/AnneRice, the first in her ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' series. The film was directed by Neil Jordan, and stars Creator/TomCruise, Creator/BradPitt, Creator/AntonioBanderas, Creator/ChristianSlater, and Creator/KirstenDunst. It was a box office hit, generating a little over $100 million in domestic receipts.
2nd Aug '16 7:22:42 PM Mdumas43073
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'''''Interview with the Vampire''''' (full title: '''''Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles''''') is a 1994 film, based on the 1976 novel of the same name by Creator/AnneRice, the first in her ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' series. The film was directed by Neil Jordan, and stars Creator/TomCruise, Creator/BradPitt, Creator/AntonioBanderas, Creator/ChristianSlater, and Creator/KirstenDunst. It was a box office hit, generating a little over $100 million in domestic receipts.

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'''''Interview with the Vampire''''' (full title: '''''Interview ''Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles''''') Chronicles'' is a 1994 film, based on the 1976 novel of the same name by Creator/AnneRice, the first in her ''Literature/TheVampireChronicles'' series. The film was directed by Neil Jordan, and stars Creator/TomCruise, Creator/BradPitt, Creator/AntonioBanderas, Creator/ChristianSlater, and Creator/KirstenDunst. It was a box office hit, generating a little over $100 million in domestic receipts.
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