Rogue (2013) - Action, Crime, Drama

Hohum Score

24

Watchable

Grace, a morally and emotionally-conflicted undercover detective, is tormented by the possibility that her own actions contributed to her son's mysterious death. In her quest for the truth,...

IMDB: 6.9
Director:
Stars: Cole Hauser, Thandie Newton
Length: 50 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-MA
Reviews: 7 out of 30 found boring (23.33%)

One-line Reviews (24)

She deserves to be respected as the driving central element in this riveting show.

Suspenseful and well-acted murder mystery series in an interesting setting.

Rogue Started off Slow .

The story line is a little boring and it does lack excitement.

i found it to be gritty and entertaining.

Don't waste your time with her.

This show is going to be very predictable I think, some were in the next few episodes i feel that her daughter will be taken and she has to rescue her or her husband gets killed or leaves her.

Thandie Newton is monotonous, whiny, and ultimately too depressing to listen to in her role, and the lead bad guy is also monotonous to listen to, but worse, he cannot do an American accent while trying to hide his native accent, and the other actors have no high points to which they can aspire because of how absolutely dreary the story line continues to be.

Its a slow burner that gets better with each episode.

The story has potential to be engaging...

This actually turn some people off because they think it is very cliché.

Original programming it certainly is, but that says very little, well actually nothing in this case, in terms of offering a compelling story and character dimension, quality, and the promise of any fulfilling payoff for watching this series.

The show is compelling and engaging and isn't nearly as slow-paced as some reviewers suggest.

I find Rogue very entertaining.

The cinematography ended up being repetitive and overly stylistic to the extent that it became a distraction.

Honestly, they're all pretty boring..lacking a solid storyline, or any truly interesting characters (good or bad) for the audience to get into.

Season 1 of Rogue was top notch entertainment from the marvelous acting, great photography, excellent music, and most of all, a clever, evolving, engrossing script that manages to keep you guessing right up to the last episode.

I'm fond of many popular series such as Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, BoardWalk Empire, and Dexter, and I can honestly stated that this one is worth watching.

I find it exciting and visually real.

Unfortunately they left out just about everything else that make a story interesting and engaging.

Forget Thandie Newton's charachter, she's duller than dishwater and stupid with it, so just focus on Marty and Ethan and you'll enjoy it.

The story has one or two compelling threads but, is rife with cliché and poorly crafted nonsense.

Anyway, for the more enlightened viewer who's looking for an entertaining show that keeps you guessing what's coming next (without the use of cheap plots twists and run-of-the-mill storytelling), look no further.

The dialogue and the way it's filmed just seem to be too contrived.