Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping

When his new album fails to sell records, pop/rap superstar Conner4real goes into a major tailspin and watches his celebrity high life begin to collapse. He'll try anything to bounce back, anything except reuniting with his old rap group The Style Boyz.

Childhood friends Conner (Andy Samberg), Owen (Jorma Taccone) and Lawrence (Akiva Schaffer) found fame and fortune after forming the hip-hop group the Style Boyz. When it becomes clear that Conner's solo album is a failure, he does everything in his power to maintain his celebrity status. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping torrent reviews

Thomas P (ag) wrote: Riveting at times, electrifyingly informative about each event surrounding Lincolns assassination. Perfectly narrated by Hanks, and strongly performed by especially Johnson and Campbell as leads - this is solid storytelling. Even-handed, well paced, and firmly grasped by the director.Congrats to those at History Channel, yet again.

Cristi B (de) wrote: welcome back mister van dammage.a pretty good action movie for a low budget

Brian C (de) wrote: Lots of great ideas and interesting characters, but Circle of Eight is a bit of a mess. The acting jumps from decent to really really bad and Jessica makes illogical decisions that no normal person would do.Decent enough premise though, and with a bit better of a script could have been memorable.

Amilcar A (ca) wrote: First and foremost don't watch movies about cancer on a Friday night. Seriously, Fridays and Saturdays are supposed to be fun.Decoding Annie Parker is not a bad movie and it's interestingly enough not the most depressing cancer movie you will ever see. It's actually hopeful and could have been interesting. Unfortunately the movie wanders and meanders and we never really learn much about cancer, research or even why Annie Parker was so different or special (outside of her remarkable and impressive ability to spank cancer three times)This movie is perhaps one of the rare cases when adding an extra 20 minutes to get deeper into the research and the genetics would have made it better. It didn't have to be technical or boring but it could have used some substance. Overall not a bad flick though a terrible choice of day to watch it.

Irvin C (br) wrote: This is actually a biopic of French musician Serge Gainsbourg. I actually know next to nothing of him apart from the fact that he's some sort of musician and the dad of Charlotte Gainsbourg. It actually starts out very promisingly with quirky tidbits that seem to promise an unconventional, quirky and unique biopic but alas, such things don't happen often enough and it quickly falls into the conventions of a typical music biopic. But the performances are topnotch and it did hold my attention althroughout (extra points for finding an actress who really does look like a Brigitte Bardot).

Brayden T (de) wrote: Have you ever seen a film and asked yourself, "How did this get made?" Well I found myself asking myself that question multiple time suring this harrowing 100 minute run time. First of all, the camera work is a character in itself, immediately setting the tone and feel of the story: brutal, off-putting, uncomfortable, unpredictable, and savagely fast paced. There are times I legitimately got dizzy from looking at the screen and had to take a second to blink, and that's not even mentioning the things that are actually on screen.The other thing about this film that is defining is how it plays in reverse, actually rolling the end credits backwards to open the film, and from there playing its scenes in reverse order. This makes the start of the film seem very impactful in how it literally punches you in the face with speeding and unsettling imagery without any exposition. This film has also garnered a reputation as being one of the most graphic to ever come out of France, or even internationally. I've watched alot of movies, and seen many things, but I have never felt so uncomfortable watching something than the 9 minute rape scene that this film hinges on. It is one continuous shot of all too real violence and depravity that all of a sudden makes the earlier scenes make sense, and the ones to come seem almost unbearable in how hopeful they are, not yet overtaken by the tragedy that is soon to follow.Despite feeling almost filthy at times while watching this, I have to say that this was an AMAZING work of cinematic art. Yeah, the rape and the violence are shocking and extreme and will most likely make you feel sick to your stomach (seriously though...so real), but this is unfortunately the real world, and the camera does not shy away in the least from these things... not one bit. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a unique and engaging story, with a strong message on how fate is not predetermined, but rather constantly shaped as we move along through our lives. But, if you can't handle graphic material, or in this case, probably the closest thing to real and illegal activity, than do not go near this one.

Ken S (es) wrote: Decent indie film about a group of overachieving Asian high school students who in their free time commit crimes, starting with simple cons to make money and eventually escalating into drugs and harder crimes. It is a well directed feature from Justin Lin, this being only his second, and it showcases that he had a lot of talent to make a movie that moves and feels different and fresh (even more than a decade after it came out).

Adam J (au) wrote: Jarring and raw, this engaging triller demands to be noticed and does not disappoint once it has your attention.

James K (it) wrote: This movie is horrible. Terrible writing acting and directing, it's only claim to fame is a walking stick figure with huge lips and boobs. Skip.

Wayne F (kr) wrote: Oh dear - i think they should have stopped at 3. What could have been a good idea is turned into a below par movie with an unconvincing Sword & Sorcery story and dire plot points (at one point the good guys escape through a trapdoor into a tunnel that leads out of the castle.The bad guys apparently search the almost empty stone room not being able to find the trapdoor until their leader uses a magic spell leading them to it where it is hidden under a chest. a)Why do the bad guys not know that there is a trapdoor in a room in their own castle that only contains a chest which i presume they put there in the first place? b)Who placed the chest on top of the trapdoor once the good guys had escaped through it? c) The bad guys knew the good guys had escaped vis a tunnel which leads to just outside the castle. Why bother spending time finding the tunnel and leaving the castle via it when you could just go out of the castle the normal way and get to the same place a lot quicker?) I am not looking forward to part 5 as it continues the story in the same Medieval setting.

Hvard P (au) wrote: Indiana Jones rip-off.

Brian B (it) wrote: Just as much fun as the original. Boy Disney used to have some kind of magic.

Cain L (au) wrote: What any teenager would like explosions, quirky dialogue, and a script that keep changing to please an audience.

Ralph R (us) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice. Nothing will stifle hunger like Uncle Ben's invisible rice, homestyle.