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Welcome to Rose McIver Online, an exclusive and in-depth fansite for the talented actress Rose McIver. Serving fans since 2009, we are the longest running and most extensive fansite dedicated to Rose.

Rose is known for her roles in projects such as "Once Upon a Time", "Maddigan's Quest" and "Power Rangers R.P.M", and can currently be seen in the CW television show "iZombie" as the lead character Olivia 'Liv' Moore.

We aim to bring you all the latest news and images relating to Rose's acting career, and strive to remain 100% gossip-and-paparazzi-free. - Sara, Neide & Emily
Archive for the ‘Blinder’ Category
Sara   /   Apr 17,2016   /   0 Comments

Hello Rose fans! Yesterday and today were mostly spent just working on random parts of our website, so here’s a little catch up post on what we’ve been doing. We have began working on the filmography section of our site, with “Brightest Star” and “Blinder” being the first two pages added. Here you’ll find information and trivia on the projects, links to related media and press stuff and more. We’ll continue to work on the pages the next coming weeks, hopefully completing one or two films per day. Tomorrow I’ll also continue working on our iZombie page.

As we wrote on our twitter page a few days back, we’ve moved our video archive back to our main page. You can now access it here (it also has a new look, which we think is easier to navigate), and there’s been quite a few new videos added! Check out all the latest additions in the “recent posts” at the left.

Our gallery has been caught up with screen captures of all latest interviews, panels and other videos which we have posted lately, so make sure you take a look at the latest added albums. We have also changed around on our Movie Productions category, and we hope you’ll like the new set up!

We assume Rose will take a couple of days/weeks off to relax now that the second season of iZombie is both completed and done airing, so we’ll take this opportunity to work hard on our site content! If there is anything you would like to see us add or work on, feel free to send us an email. That’s all for today!

Sara   /   Oct 10,2015   /   0 Comments

The day is finally here, and we here at Rose McIver Online wants to wish her a Happy, HAPPY birthday!! We’ve been celebrating here at the site for over a week now (make sure you browse through our last 2-3 pages in the news archive to see all the updates), and continue today… For the special occasion, we’ve created our own birthday video for Rose; a video showcasing some of her career moments from 1994 to 2015. As well as some of our favorite Rose clips! It’s 15 minutes long, and packed with great Rose clips. We hope you enjoy it – and we would appreciate all help trying to share this with Rose on twitter! We’d love it if it got to her, so she could see how much we adore her. Have fun watching!

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Sara   /   May 10,2015   /   0 Comments

Screencaptures, Posters, On set photos and a Promotional photo from Rose’s 2013 film “Blinder” have today been uploaded to our gallery! I really enjoyed this film, and Rose was brilliant both as a 15 year old, and as a 25 year old. The film is about a disgraced football star named Tom Dunn, who after playing overseas for 10 years returns to face the scandal that ripped his town apart. His old coach inspires him to reunite his football club, rekindle an old romance, and rediscover his passion. Enjoy the new photos, and I will try to add some clips from the films to our video archive tomorrow.



Sara   /   Jul 08,2014   /   0 Comments

What’s the perfect number of flashbacks in a movie? one? two? surely three is pushing it? Not interested in determining this, Richard Gray’s Aussie Rules flick Blinder is instead hellbent on jamming as many flashbacks as it can into it’s excruciating run time as if that’s the most renowned of world records to beat, including so many it becomes a deceptively challenging (yet more rewarding than the film itself) game trying to count them all and keep up with whatever remnants of a narrative remain.

There have been very few movies made about Australia’s enormous national sport AFL (Australian Football League), and its beginning to appear that there is a good reason for that… the rules are hard enough to interpret for the umpires that adjudicate every week, so I can only imagine the confusion that would beset the hapless viewer whose introduction to the sport it this, especially considering how poorly shot, edited and staged the action sequences are, showcasing roughly 1% of what makes the game the greatest on earth (the 1% being the post-goal celebrations of Angus Sampson’s power forward Franky).

Suffice to say, Blinder does for AFL what The Blind Side and Field of Dreams do for AFL; absolutely nothing. In fact, considering it focuses solely on the country league, in particular the Torquay Tigers, and the drunken bogans with IQ’s smaller than the release this film was granted that make up the playing group paired with the unfortunate girl groupies they manage to entice, it shouldn’t even really be granted the connection. I suppose at it’s cold, cold heart its a drama anyway; a moralistic tale of forgiveness, redemption, friendships, new beginnings and not taking advantage of 15 year old girls… moving stuff… you’ll be holding back the tears, albeit tears of laughter.

Summer Coda (2010) was airy and emotionally unbelievable, yet enjoyable enough and always pleasant to look at, but compared to what Gray would do 3 years later it is a contextually deep, resonating Academy Award sweeping masterpiece comparable only to the finest works of art that belong at the Louvre alone. I won’t lie, I enjoyed playing the “flashbacks game,” (I’ll give you a hint as obvious as the plot twists, the transitioning to black and white means its going back in time.. or forward… actually I forget) but when what I wanted was some footy fun and was instead given a story of a tremendous dropkick unfathomably viewed as a local hero in which the footy scenes are horrendously tackled, seeing a world record broken was of little comfort.(Source)