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Rock School (2005)

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At the real life School of Rock a group of misfit kids get in touch with their inner rock star.






Credited cast:
Napoleon Murphy Brock ... Himself
Asa Spades Collins ... Himself
Tucker Collins ... Himself
Madi Diaz ... Herself (as Madi Diaz-Svalgard)
... Himself
Will O'Connor ... Himself
C.J. Tywoniak ... Himself


At the real life School of Rock a group of misfit kids get in touch with their inner rock star.

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Teaching kids the basics: Power chords, head banging, and being a rock star.


Documentary | Music

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language | See all certifications »


Official Sites:

9.14 Pictures



Release Date:

7 July 2005 (Australia)  »

Also Known As:

Школа рока  »


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$28,136, 5 June 2005, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$58,241, 12 June 2005
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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Tough Rocks...
8 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

Whenever I watch a documentary, I am amazed that the subjects are so candid with cameras rolling. "Rock School" was no exception to that rule. This was the story of a young man (he acts like a big kid) who teaches kids (ages 5-17) how to be rock and roll musicians. He is quite enamored with Frank Zappa and other groups of the 60s and 70s; less so with any more contemporary acts. Many of the kids are misfits who find their place at the Rock School. However, the teacher has quite a foul temper and there are many scenes where he is losing his cool with the kids and quite frankly ridiculing them or cussing them out. As a musician, I have dealt with people having similar personalities, and even though the teacher in this film insists that he inspires the kids with the temper tantrums, I have found that I generally do NOT play better when someone is screaming at me. I concluded that if I had a child at this school, he or she wouldn't be there very long! However, the film itself is worth a look; as a documentary it is informative and entertaining.

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