Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny Synopsis
KG & JB begin a friendship that could lead to the formation of the greatest rock band in the world.
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best movie ever

By guy who reviews stuff
go now!Best movie ever , and the sound track is pretty aswome too....

Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny review

By Blackshot
One of my TOP 10.. ( in terms of enjoyment, as well as visual & mental stimulation) I ? love it ?...

I loved this movie!

By WhaHoo
I have to say, for a movie that has done so badly in box offices, I am amazed at how good of a movie this is. I am actually going to go and see it again. I loved it. Music was great, acting was good,...

By kylepie11

Reviews for Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny

I loved this movie. I think JB and Kyle Gass did a awesome job. The old Tenacious D I know and love!...


By secret2everybody
hey you know i loved this movie and to all the people who hated it said it was the worst movie ever made **** YOU have you ever seen a little flick called hercules goes to manhatten starring the...

Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny

By airsoft junkie
It is a typical Jack Black comedy with a lot of cussing. The story is mediocre, if not just plain bad, but the songs played and the faced that Black makes are hilarious. Personally, I loved the movie...

JB and KG Rock

By Malish
Anyone who is a fan of Tenacious D will love this movie. We got the soundtrack before seeing the movie so it was neat to see where all the songs fit in....

Too high school

By madison
Grow up. Music was good, rest of the story was stupid, crude and dark. Do they think it is cool to use the F word contstantly? Should have saved the money....

Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny

By thecandyuniverse
Hilarious movie, certainly worth seeing even if you aren't a Tenacious D fan. Lots of laugh-out-loud moments, good for an afternoon's entertainment....

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Rated R | For pervasive language, sexual content and drug use
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Yup, it's Jack Black -- with an "R" ... really.
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