The Rocker

24 09 2009

20 ans après avoir été éjecté de son groupe de rock, les biens nommés Vésuvius, Fish se voit proposer d’intégrer le groupe de son neveu. S’ils sont beaucoup plus jeunes que lui, cette aventure peut lui permettre de continuer ce qu’il n’a jamais terminé.

The Rocker

La comédie Rock est un genre qui semble fonctionner, le public est là (la trentaine principalement) et le succès d’entreprises comme Rock Academy (film auquel The Rocker est et sera inévitablement comparé) pousse les producteurs de tous poils à investir. A tel point qu’on se demande si la ressemblance entre Rainn Wilson et Jack Black est purement fortuite…

Rappelons aux plus jeunes, que si Rock Academy bénéficiait d’un a priori positif, il ne s’agit quand même pas d’une oeuvre majeure de ces dernières années. La critique vaut également pour The Rocker qui pourrait être qualifié de : « drôle sans plus ». Le genre d’humour qui fait mouche 25 minutes mais qui ne se renouvelle pas.

C’est une comédie familiale en fait, tout le monde peut y trouver son compte sans pour autant être pleinement satisfait, ni assez drôle, ni assez loufoque, vulgaire ou ROCK. Un film qui ne froisse personne. Alors certes quand on dit « pas assez » cela sous-entend que l’on aime, un peu. A regarder si vous n’avez rien d’autre à faire et que votre RDV chez le dentiste est dans 2 heures.

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  1. 2 03 2013
    Dacey (20:45:21) :

    Beatles are a great topic although my comemnts will come from a different angle. Keep in mind I was a teenager when Beatlemania hit it big. It’s hard to overstate the uproar they caused. The whole country was consumed with mop top hairdos and screaming teenage girls. Their music took second stage to the social impact they had. Suddenly, everyone was arguing about mod clothes and long hair. It’s hard to believe the Beatles were considered counter-culture but they were. I also remember watching them on the Ed Sullivan show while staring at a 21 inch black and white TV. I’d never seen anything so cool.I went to college in the 70 s while their music was still popular. I heard it so much I grew weary. It was in every dorm room. As a result, I don’t own a single album today. I appreciate the music but don’t care to listen to it any more.As for ranking, I tend to break them up into 3 categories 1) Teeny Bopper, 2) Acid Rock, and 3) Separate but Together. I personally like the Acid Rock era of Sgt. Pepper and Magical Mystery Tour the best. By the time they got to the White Album, they weren’t really recording together anymore. Is it really a Beatles album when the Beatles aren’t working as a group? I guess one or two cooperating might count but to me it wasn’t the Beatles. Of this era I really love the White Album.Looking back on my teenage years, the Beatlemania revolution stands out as one of my strongest memories. Nothing has really equaled them in terms of impact to our culture, clothes, hairstyles, and changing social attitudes. Their music changed the landscape of the recording industry. It’s hard to overstate the power of Sgt. Pepper. It influenced countless artists for many years and helped bring in the whole San Francisco hard rock movement of Cream, Jefferson Airplane, and The Who. I’m glad I was around to experience the Beatles as they happened. It was a unique time that will probably never be repeated. Those under 5o know the music but can’t really grasp the crazy mania surrounding the Beatles. To them, they are just a 60 s band but the Beatles were really much, much, more.

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