25 Sep '14, 6pm

#RobertPattison really surprises in his role here and delivers his career best performance #TheRover Review

#RobertPattison really surprises in his role here and delivers his career best performance #TheRover Review

An opening title to ‘The Rover’, David Michod's highly anticipated follow-up to ‘Animal Kingdom’, reveals to the audience that it has been 10 years before the “collapse” – which could be economic or otherwise – as a nameless and rugged man played by Guy Pearce stops for rest at a roadside shack run by seemingly restless Asians, with a languid Thai pop song playing in the background. The camera lingers on Pearce’s expressionless face for a long time. Film credits list his character’s name as Eric, but his name is never verbalised or mentioned at all in the entire film. Three gun-toting men, supposedly on a run after a heist gone wrong, are driving frantically in their getaway truck when they crashed near the shack. Two of them are brothers – Henry the leader (played by Scoot McNairy) and his dimwitted sibling Rey (Robert Pattinson). The men steal Eric’s car and drive away w...

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