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June 15, 2012
PG-13 , 2 hr 3 min
2,048 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: Two young people chase their dreams in Los Angeles.
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Mary J. Blige
Dakota Sage Grant
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San Francisco Chronicle
By Amy Biancolli
Doesn't require anyone to love metal, or even like it. It only requires us to laugh at it - and other exemplars of bloated '80s pop, from...
By Peter Travers
The hugely enjoyable Rock of Ages is saved by its music, a tasty brew drawn from Def Leppard, Journey, Foreigner, Bon Jovi, REO Speedwagon,...
By Stephanie Zacharek
Seeing Tom Cruise swathed in leather pants and fake tattoos, as Axl Rose-style metal god Stacee Jaxx, is supposedly Rock of Ages' big draw....
By Ty Burr
The movie has its cheesy pleasures, and some of them are even intended. I'm just not sure whether Tom Cruise's impersonation of Axl Rose is...
By Steven Rea
A jukebox musical that's astonishingly cornball one minute, winkingly sardonic the next.
New York Daily News
By Elizabeth Weitzman
Rock of Ages is an experience that will alternately leave you embarrassed and amused.
By Owen Gleiberman
Most of the numbers in Rock of Ages are flatly shot and choreographed, and they look as if they'd been edited together with a meat cleaver....
Wall Street Journal
By Joe Morgenstern
What's not fine is the dead zone occupied by the monster of the piece, Tom Cruise's veteran rocker, Stacee Jaxx.
The Hollywood Reporter
He (Shankman) succeeds in draining most of the fun from a vehicle that was all about the winking humor of its flagrant cheesiness.
By Claudia Puig
Don't stop believing. Just avoid clichéd musicals that try to capture the anarchic spirit of rock with trite commercial re-treads.
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Rated PG-13 | For Sexual Content, Language, Some Heavy Drinking and Suggestive Dancing
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 15+
Musical has more glam than grit, except for drinking.
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