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Rock On (2004)

 -  Comedy | Short  -  13 June 2004 (USA)
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A short comedy about a guy who gets a Whitesnake song stuck in his head and can't get it out.

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Rob Connolly ...
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A short comedy about a guy who gets a Whitesnake song stuck in his head and can't get it out.

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A Crowd Pleaser at the October USC First Look 2004 Festival.
17 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

Of the short films I watched over the 4 days of USC First Look, there were more than a few productions which stood from the rest. Rock On stood, danced, and stomped . . . the crowd visibly enjoyed the presentation.

Jarod Edington plays Jake, the guy who cannot get the Whitesnake song out of his head. At first, the song does not bother him. Over the days, Jake begins to dread the verse "Here I go, again on my own . . ."

For a short film, this one kept a good rise to the peak. Ample amounts of comedy help to move along the film. Jake's progression into near madness plays well, and the film is a good overall effort . . . the supporting cast played the parts well.

At the end of the evening, the stack of Rock On DVDs on the media table . . . disappeared. The crowd most definitely appreciated this light-hearted tale.


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