Review: On the Road 

Ken Korman gets Beat with Kerouac and Cassady in Walter Salles' new drama

It has always been difficult to imagine a faithful screen version of Jack Kerouac's autobiographical and hugely influential Beat Generation novel On the Road — difficult for fans of the book and for the many filmmakers who struggled (and failed) over…

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