The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll2011
The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll (2011)
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as Eric Genson
as August West
as Rose Atropos
as Clifton Hangar
as Liza Genson
as Annie Genson
as Miss Candy
as Ace Millstone
as Chip Genson
as Sugar Blue
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Critic Reviews for The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll
Those who go looking for tragic relevance in Scott Rosenbaum's debut indie won't find much to grasp onto.
You'd be better off renting "Eddie and the Cruisers" (1983) than slogging through this latest, far more dire recycling of the same rock clichés.
Some grace notes and riffs ring true, but mainly it plays like a familiar tune on a broken record.
Unconvincing rock-biz melodrama feels even thinner when invoking legendary musicians.
An exhausted pileup of rock-movie clichés, "The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll" presents artistic self-destruction with the solemnity of a movie that has invented a spanking-new genre.
Audience Reviews for The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll
I love movies about bands, and I thought that this movie was very well done. I really like Kevin Zegers, and Jason Ritter, especially. I think they are two young stars who don't get near enough credit for their work. I thought they were great in their roles, and played off each other very well. Peter Fonda was great, also. There are some fantastic bar scenes with some really rocking music, and I would love to find the soundtrack to this. This movie does resemble Eddie and the Cruisers, which I think hurt this movie with the critics. I am no critic, so therefore, I allowed myself to enjoy the ride...
Cast: Kevin Zegers, Jason Ritter, Taryn Manning, Lukas Haas, Peter Fonda, Lauren Holly, Kelly Lynch, Aimee Teegarden, Billy Dee Williams, Ruby Dee Director: Scott D. Rosenbaum Summary: After his second album fails, famous rocker Spyder returns to his hometown to lick his wounds. There, he reunites with his former best friend, a fellow musician, and soon the two set off on a road trip on historic Route 66 with a new band. My Thoughts: "The story is one of betrayal and regrets. Which is common in any Rock n' Roll story. It's not the best Rock n' Roll story I've seen but it's definitely better then some I've seen in the past. But anyone who is a music fan is going to check this film out. I actually enjoyed the story and how it was told. I love Kevin Zegers and Jason Ritter, I think they are two young stars who don't get enough credit for their work. I thought they were great in their roles and played off of each other well. Peter Fonda as August West was great as well and brought wisdom to these young rockers. There are a few great scenes in here, one being the blue's bar scene. The movie has a great soundtrack to boot. So see this if you get a chance."
The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll Quotes
|Clifton Hangar:||You loved her didn't you?|
|Spyder:||Please, she was just another hot piece of ass....don't print that.|
|Spyder:||Please, she was just another hot piece of ass... don't print that.|
|Spyder:||So I do a lil blow every now and then get freaking over it!|
|Spyder:||There's nothing worse than a reformed whore.|