Rock’n Roll Full Movie

Rock’n Roll

Original Name: Rock'n Roll

Genre: Comedy, Music

Language: French

IMDB Rating: 6.4


Release Date: 15 February 2017


Download Rock’n Roll full movie and it is 2017 Hollywood Comedy film directed by Guillaume Canet. “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School” at the Eighth Street Playhouse has its charms; the pity is that with a bit more care and flair, it could have been a really sweet little movie. The film centers on the Ramones, an innocently cartoonish New York “punk” band. However, it’s a real movie, as opposed to a vehicle for a rock act. This is partly by design; it has a plot and actors and everything. But it’s also partly by omission. The Ramones are so blank and nebulous on the screen that they never emerge as individuals, in the manner of the Beatles in their films.

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Richard Lester’s Beatles movies are one obvious inspiration for “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School.” Others are “Grease” and “Animal House,” and the biggest is the whole string of amusingly trashy teen flicks put out by Roger Corman — who serves as executive producer here. The plot involves a good girl (Dey Young) and a bad girl (P.J. Soles), although both are really good as good can be. The two unite to thwart an evil new headmistress, bring the Ramones to their school and, ultimately, to blow the place to smithereens. Mixed in with all of this are a myriad of gags, production numbers, and mild romantic complications, all directed with some buoyancy by Allan Arkush.

The troubles are that after awhile all this froth weighs one down, and too often easy solutions are settled for when a bit more wit might have lifted things to a truly inspired level. The Ramones specialize in dull-sounding disks, but that approach seems to have been carried over to the recording of the dialogue, which is so lacking in high frequencies as to be often undecipherable. And ultimately, for a movie meant to exalt rock, it would be nice to have rather better rock music than that made by the Ramones and most of the others on the soundtrack here. Still, “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School” purports to be little more than summer fun, and, in its zanily unpretentious way, it is certainly that. “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School” is rated PG (“Parental Guidance Suggested”). Aside from its anarchic propaganda, it contains little to offend those troubled by explicit naughty words or nudity.