Let’s get this out of the way: “The Rover” isn’t going to sit well with many people.  It’s a tough, brutal, violent piece of work that wears its nihilism on its sleeve, proudly and unflinchingly.  By the end of the movie, many people will have died, and all but one of them will have had it coming.  In lieu of the traditional antagonists and protagonists locked in a battle of good and evil, the movie relies on people who are in the process of losing their humanity, or who have already lost it entirely.  When I think back on my film experiences, few titles haveRead More →