Rock Star

Rock Star

Rock Star tells the story of Chris Cole and a rock band called Steel Dragon. Cole is a photocopier technician by day, and the lead singer of a Steel Dragon tribute band called "Blood Pollution" by night.Internal struggles between the Steel Dragon band members culminate with the firing of the lead singer, Bobby Beers and the starting of recruitment sessions to find a new vocalist. Loosely inspired by the true story of the heavy metal band Judas Priest.

Loosely inspired by the true story of the heavy metal band Judas Priest. Lead singer of a tribute band becomes lead singer of the real band he idolizes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Rock Star torrent reviews

Carlos G (fr) wrote: Buena, independiente.

Matt H (nl) wrote: I imagine I have very little in common with a 13 year old Swedish punk girl from the early 1980's, but thanks to this film, I sort of do. That's what's great about childhood/coming of age movies, the common universality from many different backgrounds and experiences. Captures a great sense of how you think/feel in your youth. Man, I'm starting to feel old now, but thanks to films like this and Boyhood, I'm able to travel backwards in time a few hours at a time.

John C (fr) wrote: This is a fascinating documentary that shows how a politically well connected real estate developer was able to override significant neighborhood opposition in order to gain control of a large parcel of land in downtown brooklyn in order to construct what would have been one of the largest residential and commercial construction projects in history. Efforts by local community groups to scale back the project, which involved a basketball arena for the Nets and 16 skyscrapers that would have towered over the adjacent four and five story residential buildings, were repeatedly ignored. While the developed did gain control of the land, the current recession appears to have torpedoed the project as originally envisioned. Promises of world class architecture, numerous jobs for local residents, affordable housing and public spaces are no longer mentioned. Nonetheless, the generous tax breaks awarded to the developer have not been reduced. Anyone concerned about the abuse of power and the misuse of eminent domaine should see this film.

Will N (au) wrote: It really isn't that bad, but the Inkheart book deserves better than this.

Matthew L (ag) wrote: The most retarded film I've ever seen.

Sanford R (jp) wrote: I'd like to see this

DJ E (kr) wrote: I don't understand how this movie isn't rated much higher. It is absolutely hysterical. One of the better comedy scripts of the 90s. Dudley Moore is great and the ads he comes up with will make you laugh out loud. Once he goes to the funny farm the other patients are some of the most quotable characters I've seen. Outstanding writing and acting. Don't pay attention to the meter on this one.

Will C (ru) wrote: Great acting, great cinematography, story goes completely haywire towards the end. That's what happens when you have the novelist produce the movie adaptation.

Jacob B (us) wrote: All I can say is that Godzilla: King of the Monsters is dull.

t w (au) wrote: Pure 80's cheese one of my fav action movies

Katy M (es) wrote: this story is the reason for my having wanted to be an elephant when i growed up (i was 2). chuck jones and dr. seuss are the best cartoon animation team. for reals.

Bill T (es) wrote: Enjoyable and silly, this movie has enough action star fantasy square offs to make any fan salivate. Jet Li vs Dolph Lundgren? Steve Austin vs. Stallone? etc etc. Deep. dark, and deliciously violent, the plot is hardly relevant, but everything violent is surprisingly satisfying.