• Released
  • June 13, 2014
  • (6/13 - LA/NY; 6/20 - Wide)
  • R , 1 hr 42 min
  • Drama
The Rover Synopsis
A loner (Guy Pearce) begins an unrelenting pursuit of the brutal thieves who stole his car.
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Movie Reviews

The Rover

By Gvirella06
Excellent film...

Intense but slow drama

By ericlawsonlending

Future Razzie Worst Picture (zero stars)

By Airjstn
A story worth about 10 min dragged into seemingly 10 hours. Awful, just awful. No depth to the story, not characters. About 300 words total in the entire movie. No clue how the producers got two...


By 12valleau
It's an Australian production so think about the first Mad Max minus the action. The acting is good, but the film is not interesting at all. The only reason I watched the whole thing was because I...

Outstanding a Must Watch for 2014

By NassaDane
Second movie from the great and up in coming Aussie director David Michôd. And boy does it deliver. This film has a wonderfully bleak but poignant snap shot of a possible post apocalyptic future....

Worst movie I have ever seen

Don't waste time on this. Terrible plot - bad acting....

So glad to be among the lucky few who saw this!

By Carson Dyle
If you're looking for a remake of "Dude, Where's My Car" or need to be spoon-fed exposition, you may feel initially let down by The Rover, but stick around for a stunning example of film-making at...

By mainsrgregory
A well acted, hard hitting film!! Worth a watch!...

Superb acting, tight direction

By Eeyorefan
This movie is David Michod's follow-up to Animal Kingdom and it's a worthy successor. Pearce and Pattinson both are mesmerizing in their respective roles and Michod's pacing is deliberate but never...

By lordmaul1
It's a sparse suspenseful thriller. There are no grand ideas posed about why humanity might've collapsed but the film is not trying to be a big ideas movie. Instead it is very much akin to a western....

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Rated R | For Some Bloody Violence and Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Downbeat, violent post-apocalyptic Australian crime movie.
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