Rock of Ages is a comedy and musical film that is an adaptation of the 2006 broadway show of the same name. Rock of Ages stars Julianne Hough, Diego Boneta, Tom Cruise, among many others. The film is a tremendous movie that goes in-depth on the story of a young girl and a man who strive to make their dreams reality in Hollywood. There is plenty of singing that goes on in the film which can be quite exciting. The film begins with their love for each other becoming love at first sight.
The story in itself makes the film very interesting and worth finishing if you are very music driven. The movie is not for those who aren't into music since the movie coordinates a whole lot of music throughout the movie. The truth is that there are all kinds of different movies that are a musical, but Rock of Ages goes very much into the broadway scene and delivers a great story to follow along with. The movie involves a whole lot of singing. Along the way, they discover and meet up with new people and a wide range of opportunities that come their way. In the end, they discover that they can achieve anything as long as they set their minds to it. The story evolves with different musical acts and scenes where guest stars perform as well, making the film as star-studded as possible.
Rock of Ages is a heartwarming film that teaches us that our dreams cannot be lied dormant. The film is nothing scary and does not involve any thriller scenes, but children should still be told not to watch this movie since it is geared with more adult like situations. However, children can still watch, provided that their parents allow it. The movie is very well crafted and can be a great film to enjoy if you are into music and broadway style films.
Rock of Ages was given a rating of 41% off of Rotten Tomatoes. The film was given ratings and comments from reviewers that have clearly explained that the movie doesn't beat out classic musicals like Hairspray or anything similar, but it still is a great film that can be exciting to watch. Adults who aren't into music should avoid this movie, but it has been given the thumbs up from reviewers and ordinary movie goers, so the film is still worth watching.
Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise are officially divorced. The pair's attorneys have both officially announced that they've reached a complete agreement following Holmes' surprising June 29 filing against the "Rock of Ages" star. Both requested respect for their privacy and neither discussed custody of six-year-old Suri.
Are Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes dunzo? It's certainly looking that way: TMZ is reporting that the couple is on the verge of divorce, and comments from Holmes' lawyer aren't really doing much to refute the claim. The attorney released a statement saying, "This is a personal and private matter for Katie and her family. Katie's primary concern remains, as it always has been, her daughter's best interests.
To say that Scientology has never been a very public organization would be like saying that Voldemort isn't very fond of Harry Potter. It's a vast understatement. So when Tom Cruise, who is by most accounts one of the top figures in the Scientology hierarchy, gets divorced from his wife and enters a custody battle that is supposedly centered around the religion, there's a potential for some real fireworks.
Tom Cruise singing Bon Jovi? How could it go wrong? Apparently it could, though, as "Rock of Ages" flopped this weekend along with "That's My Boy." Get the box office numbers here.
A raunchy R-rated comedy and a jukebox musical hit theaters this weekend as "Rock of Ages" battles "That's My Boy" at the box office. But is either one worth seeing?
The first trailer for "Rock of Ages" focused mostly on Julianne Hough and newcomer Diego Boneta, with little focus on Tom Cruise. Cruise is front and center in the new trailer, though, and we even get to hear him sing some (very auto-tuned) Bon Jovi. Watch the trailer here.
OK, so this summer has about all the serious moments and action it can stand at this point. This will be just unabashed dumb FUN. "Rock Of Ages" hits theaters June 15, but first, there's a third official trailer for the '80s-lovin' jukebox musical featuring Tom Cruise as arena-rock god Stacee Jaxx.
After checking out the first promo pic of Tom Cruise in the Rock of Ages, with killer abs, the iconic 80's long hair and tight pants, it's hard to believe he just turned forty-nine years old. And to celebrate, wife Katie Holmes threw her couch-jumping husband a big fat surprise bash this weekend at the SoHo Beach House.
Can Tom Cruise sing? Possibly. Can Tom Cruise look like he's absolutely wailing? Absolutely. Check out the first image of Cruise from the upcoming musical "Rock of Ages." In the film, Cruise will play Stacee Jaxx, a fictional rocker who sings some very real songs, including (d'oh) "Every Rose Has Its Thorn."
Hey, everybody! Get going! You only have 365 days to the day before the smash Broadway rock-musical "Rock Of Ages" hits a silver screen near you on June 1, 2012. To mark the occasion, we've got an early image from shooting of co-stars Russell Brand and Alec Baldwin decked in some sweet, vintage '80s rags. The story is one of two lovers whose paths cross at the Sunset Strip club Rock of Ages, where their love blooms against a backdrop of '80s rock anthems from Styx, Bon Jovi, Journey, Pat Benatar and many others.