2. 'Rock of Ages'

About as authentically rock 'n' roll as the aforementioned "The Magic of Belle Isle," "Rock of Ages" bastardizes its subject matter into the karaoke version of a "Glee" cover of a song that at one point represented sweat and sex and becomes birthday cake in translation. Cameron Crowe and Def Leppard are just two examples of rock legends who should be forever scarred by "Rock of Ages." Oh yeah: And the entire hair metal era as a whole, which I will proudly defend for the raunchy fun of music that, in "Rock of Ages," comes closer to "Kidz Bop" than "Behind the Music."Click here for our full review
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