Kirsten Dunst characters, ranked


Dunst’s
Cameron Crowe’s Elizabethtown
The Two Faces
The Virgin Suicides
Get Over ItThough Bring
Get Over ItDunst
actress’
Little WomenWhile Dunst


Claudia
Neil Jordan
Kirsten Dunst
Nathan Rabin
Mona Lisa
Mary Jane Watson
Peter Parker’s
Dick
Sofia Coppola’s
Marie Antoinette
The Virgin SuicidesMary Jane
BeautifulAll
Kirstens
Regan
Lars von Trier’s
Melancholia


American
French
Crazy
Central FloridaAs


the Melancholias of the bunch (
Leslye Headland’s

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America
Wimbledon
Lisbon
Fargo

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Positivity     45.00%   
   Negativity   55.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://ew.com/movies/kirsten-dunst-characters-ranked/
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Summary

As the love interest in the Spider-Man trilogy that helped kick off the current superhero cinema revolution, Dunst made the classic comic book character — whose struggles to become an actress and choose the right path for herself were just as real as Peter Parker’s own problems — a girl next door worth fighting for.SEE ALSO: The Virgin Suicides, Dick, Bring It On, Get Over ItThough Bring It On is cheerier than some of Dunst’s more dramatic fare, it’s just as indelible as the Melancholias of the bunch (don’t even pretend you’ve forgotten so much as a single word to “Brr! And even when she’s playing an in-it-to-win-it competitor, Dunst’s characters always know — and wrestle with the fact — that there are more important things than just the trophy on the line.SEE ALSO: Drop Dead Gorgeous, Wimbledon, Get Over ItDunst is a master of being trapped (keep reading!), but never in such a deceptively grim environment than in Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides, a melancholy coming-of-age tale of suburban ennui that marked the actress’ first collaboration with the director.

As said here by Mary Sollosi