Kristen Stewart began young. Aged 12, she was Jodi Foster's asthmatic daughter in 'Panic Room' (2002). She impressed in David Gordon Green's 'Undertow' (2004) and entertained in 'Zathura: A Space Adventure' (2005). The 'Twilight' series (2008-12) made her a global star and 'Snow White and the Huntsman' cemented her mainstream appeal, but her choices show that blockbusters are hardly likely to dominate her work. She brought offset appeal to her res in 'Adventureland' (2009), 'The Runaways' (2010) and 'On the Road' (2012). 'Camp X-Ray' (2014) may not have convinced but the film shoed Stewart's willingness to embrace more challenging material. She played a little too much to type in 'Still Alice', while her collaboration with Olivier Assayas on 'Clouds of Sils Maria' (2014) and 'Personal Shopper' (2016) show just how good she can be. She was magnetic in Woody Allen's otherwise average 'Café Society' and sparred beautifully with Lily Gladstone in Kelly Reichardt's 'Certain Women' (both 2016).