A "rockumentary", covering the rise to fame of MC Gusto, Stab Master Arson, and Dead Mike: members of the rap group "CB4". We soon learn that these three are not what they seem and don't apear to know as much about rap music as they claim... but a lack of musical ability in an artist never hurts sales, does it? You've just got to play the part of a rap star...

This fake documentary, covering the rise to fame of MC Gusto, Stab Master Arson, and Dead Mike: members of the rap group "CB4", who pretend to be tough street thugs. When they come face to face with real gangsta violence, however, their true colors are revealed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


CB4 torrent reviews

Andy G (kr) wrote: Petals in the wind is it good follow-up to Flowers in the Attic were the kids are grown up and still dealing with the problems that happened in the first movie till they get revenge on their mother for what they did to them. Heather Graham and Ellen Burstyn her back for the sequel. B- (2014)

Vishal V (au) wrote: dude , where did pawan kalyan been all these days ?????? ... pawan kalyan is back with his romance ,action,love,dance,songs,music and what-not .. 1 of the best movie in his career. worth watching .. dont miss

Eve W (fr) wrote: Great story only spoilt by Kevin Bacon's s**t accent

Dorianator F (fr) wrote: Pretty good movie. But, extremely depressing! The pacing was a bit weird though, because the director, I think, put a lot of effort into making it an artsy movie. But, other than that, the movie was memorable. The acting was good and the story was enticing, albeit extremely depressing

Private U (de) wrote: A well-done DTV that featured great scares. The scenery and setting was creepy and unsettling.

Vagelakis (kr) wrote: Very original with a beautiful cinematography. Although it requires patience and attention it is also hypnotic and impressive. Palfi delivers a great 'village sociology' along with a nature study. Life is life, it is always very hard to earn your living.

LaShonda R (us) wrote: This is one of the best movies that Vivica Fox and Morris Chestnut ever made.

Jeff B (ca) wrote: I watched this a bunch when I was little, it(TM)s nothing special, I guess it(TM)s a fun kids movie even though they probably could(TM)ve picked someone better than Daniel Stern. The kids do a pretty good job though and there are a couple funny moments. But it just seemed like there were a lot of missed opportunities here, it could have had some great Heavyweights scenes if there was a better script. Anyway, it(TM)s harmless but I think only younger kids will find this really funny.

Weul S (nl) wrote: Frenetic, exhilarating, & romantic.

Aaron M (jp) wrote: This is a very feel-good movie. Initially I didn't like this movie that much when I was younger, but as I've gotten older, I've found that I appreciate it a lot more. It has a great story, some of the most memorable characters I've ever seen, it's heartwarming and in my opinion, it is extremely funny.

John H (kr) wrote: "Nanook" and "Aran" are compelling visions of man vs. nature. This is an oil propaganda picture, nothing more and nothing less.

Diana G (mx) wrote: Horrible movie, and worse acting!!

Hunter W (au) wrote: Being just as thrilling and high-octane as Ghost Protocol, but also adding just a bit more to its title characters, Rogue Nation continues the Mission Impossible franchise's upward ascent.

Guy L (it) wrote: It's a silly horror flick from the 70s.