The Rover

2014

Action / Crime / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller

247
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 65%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 51%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 39165

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Guy Pearce as Eric
Scoot McNairy as Henry
Nash Edgerton as Town Soldier
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810.85 MB
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English
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23.976 fps
1hr 43 min
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English
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1hr 43 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Clifton Johnson 6 / 10

Plenty of dust and grime, not enough heart

The outback has never looked so desolate...which really says something. At first, the dust and grimness sucked me in; the movie was like an apocalyptic version of Of Mice and Men. But that story had far more heart than this one. And in the end, that is precisely what this film needed: heart.

Reviewed by keithbrowne08 7 / 10

Strange bedfellows chasing cars

Pearce, as the Protagonist, delivers a strong performance. I have come expect this from him. His character seethes and silently wrestles with rage throughout. Though there is no real scope to display range, his delivery is authentic, making the character believable. Pattison gives an engaging performance, this was unexpected. He did well not to overact and allow his character, Rey, to drift into caricature or start mugging. The movie has the spare, unforgiving Western nowhereness you'd associate with Cormac McCarthy's Border Trilogy -transposed to Australia. The Protagonist pursues the stolen car with the same desperate relentlessness Billy pursues his father's stolen horse in The Crossing. I watched this movie when it came out first and enjoyed it more perhaps on my recent second viewing. The reviews I have read are polarised; I can't relate to much of the criticism and I can't say the film is exceptional. It is entertaining with decent production values, great cinematography. The dialogue is sparse, the lack of tropes is refreshing. A strong lead performance and good support. Well worth watching.

Reviewed by johndoemofo 1 / 10

Homosexual Propaganda

What started off as a potential retelling of Mad Max quickly turned into a propaganda film.

I had to stop the movie at 20 minutes in, after seeing 3 different homosexual scenes, the last one being 'grandma' offering up her young grandsons for sex with the main lead, a man.

Avoid this like the Bubonic Plague.

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