Studio: De Naray Sothcott
Director: Greg Mclean
Writer: Greg Mclean
Release date: November 8, 2007
Staring: Radha Mitchell, Michael
Vartan, Sam Worthington, Caroline
Brazier, Stephen Curry
Running Time: 92 minutes
Back of the box:
While cruising the waters of Australia's Kakadu National Park, a jaded
American journalist (Michael Vartan) and a spirited outback tour guide
(Radha Mitchell) must join forces to fend off a giant man-eating crocodile.
Lurking beneath the surface of a remote lake, the rogue reptile is just
waiting for one of them to make a mistake and fall overboard. Will the duo's
plan to outmaneuver the ravenous beastie work?
The Bloody Truth:
Rogue is a beautifully shot and well acted monster croc film! Yeah they do
exist believe it or not.
The bloody truth is this film spends a lot of time bringing you into the story
and along with the characters into The Outback. They do this using scenic
imagery slow pacing and character development that might feel a bit over
done to the monster movie fan who simply wants to start counting bodies
but for those who appreciate good filmmaking and are willing to sacrifice a
bit of monster carnage for it then Rogue is sure to please.
One thing for sure this film is much better than it looks as you pass it in the
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And the rest.....
Acting - 4 Cinematography - 4
Sound - 3 Music - 4
Story - 3 Reality - 4