Rock The Kasbah Synopsis
A has-been rock manager from Van Nuys, California stumbles upon a once-in-a-lifetime voice in a remote Afghan cave in Rock the Kasbah, a dramatic comedy inspired by stranger-than-fiction, real-life events and directed by Oscar winner Barry Levinson.
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Movie Reviews

Loved it for many reason!

By tckerns
Bill only takes roles he fully believes in and this movie was clearly worth his effort. The casting was strong and the underlying story was delivered very well. Despite the average critic reviews I...


By Jakerooskii
For the most part the music flowed nicely with what was happening, within the story. The scenes where exciting at moments and the humor was fun and appropriate. The story was silly at times but, when...

Unfinished Work

By joedin
I'm sure the Bill Murray fans will enjoy the movie, it was a mediocre film at best. A few funny scenes and some Bill Murray moments, but the movie gets lost in the desert without any real substance...

What a let down.

By oversmellus
If you would have asked me yesterday if it was possible for me to dislike a movie featuring this cast I would have said, "no way." Unfortunately this movie was tolerable at best. The acting was...

2 hours of my life wasted

By msvrzn
This was one of the WORST movies ever. I thought it would be great with the cast but I was so wrong. Total waste of time and money, just glad it was the matinee!...

Waste of Time

By michaelpeabody
A total waste of time! Bill Murray was wasted on a weak script and an silly plot. I don't think my wife or I laughed once. It was almost painful to watch. Save your money!...


By jgmumm
Skip this and thank me later....

Ambitious attempt, but a flawed, disappointing film

By chrisduel
I love Bill Murray. But this film missed more than it hit. I was inspired to see it because the trailer is outstanding. While I appreciate the premise and where the film was trying to go, it just had...

Rock the Kasbah

By sgurule13
Good story. Not very funny....

By snipers5150
Not as good as St. Vincent, but entertaining. Good cast. I enjoyed the movie. It made me appreciate living in America even more........

More Info

Rated R | For Language, Brief Violence, Sexual References and Some Drug Use
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Slapdash, edgy Bill Murray comedy has few laughs.
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