On the Road 

Walter Salles' moody, energetic film is more enjoyable than Jack Kerouac's book

How do you make a watchable movie out of an unreadable book? "That's not writing, it's typing," Truman Capote famously said of Jack Kerouac's On the Road, and who am I to disagree? But so what? Legends must be dealt with, and…

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