Um... Dakota Fanning as a groupie/roadie for a post punk band in the early 1980s??? Yes, please, we'll sit down for this sex and drugs and rock and roll vehicle starring a shocking number of A-Listers piled into an RV, touring across the western US of A to a soundtrack that sounds like a combination of Joy Division and Bauhaus. This story centers on Viena (Dakota Fanning) as she leaves home to hop on the tour bus of burgeoning rockers The Fantomes, to help them wrap cables, tune guitars, do laundry, and periodically have an affair or two with band members and fellow roadies along the way. When she develops an unhealthy crush on percussionist Freddy (Jeremy Allen White), she begins to ruffle the feathers of his road wife Suse (Evan Rachel Wood), who becomes more and more jealous, causing her to assign shittier and shittier roadie tasks to the young and impressionable Viena, who would do anything just to stay on the bus. Between the band members feuding about creativity, women, drug use, and bad habits, their manager (Zoë Kravitz) struggles to keep them from falling apart before hitting the big time. If that trio of Dakota Fanning, Evan Rachel Wood, and Zoë Kravitz isn't enough to make you buy the ticket and take the ride on this indie rock & roll flick, we don't know what will. Oh, wait. How about all three of them in their underwear at one point or another in the movie while sleeping with multiple band members? To quote Hunter S. Thompson... Buy the ticket, take the ride.