Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages
Rock of Ages

Year

2012

Duration

118 minutes

Genres

Musicals

Language

English

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Synopsis

Take a fun trip back to the ‘80s, when hair was huge and glam metal ruled the airwaves, with this energetic rock ‘n’ roll romance based on a hit musical. Built around rousing classic rock anthems, it sees small town girl Sherrie and city boy Drew fall for each other after they meet on LA’s famous Sunset Strip while pursuing their Hollywood dreams. But of course the paths to both fame and true love are fraught with difficulties and heartache ensues as the couple becomes involved in the local rock scene. Fab period detailing and enjoyably exaggerated supporting performances enhance the film’s simple, feel-good appeal, with Tom Cruise’s portrayal of a strutting music god stealing the show.

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12 Classification

Contains one use of strong language and moderate sex references.

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