Rock My World (Global Heresy) (2001)

Rock My World (Global Heresy) (2001)





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Veteran hack director Sidney J. Furie directs the silly straight-to-video comedy Rock My World. The aging stuffy English aristocrats Lord and Lady Foxley (Peter O'Toole and Joan Plowright) have fallen on hard times, so they loan out the use of their mansion to the American rock band Global Heresy. When the band's bass player mysteriously disappears, Nat (Alicia Silverstone) shows up to replace him. Then the servants don't show up, and the Foxleys are forced to pose and a maid and a butler in their own mansion. The culture class between the conservative English and the reckless Americans is played for comedy, leading to an ending where the power of rock & roll transforms both cultural groups.
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Peter O'Toole
as Lord Foxley
Joan Plowright
as Lady Foxley
Martin Clunes
as James Chancellor
Amy Phillips
as Georgia
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Audience Reviews for Rock My World (Global Heresy)

Pleasant diversion with a silly premise but enjoyable on an escapist level. The script is really beneath the talents of two acting greats like Peter O'Toole and Joan Plowright but their skill is what elevates it above the norm. The rest of the cast is adequate, the music forgettable.

jay nixon
jay nixon

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I thought this movie was a lot of fun. ll the characters were amazing. the story was fun and entertaining. The music was good. And there was Morris dancing in it ( the Toronto morris men). I think it is miss labeled as a movie about the girl (Alicia Silverstone) i think it is as much about all the characters as it is about her.

rosina cleland
rosina cleland

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