TV REVIEW: 'ON BECOMING A GOD IN CENTRAL FLORIDA' STARRING KIRSTEN DUNST

There's something uniquely satisfying about watching Kirsten Dunst snarl. Dunst and her on-screen personae appear to relish the opportunity to take advantage of people's tendency to underestimate them; when a Dunst character taps into her latent anger, the actor brings it to the boiling surface with startling ferocity. Her otherwise cherubic face breaks into a […]

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