Samberg’s conner is misguided and goofy and endearing all at once, but the bieber of it all quickly starts to feel a little stale, thanks to the rapid pace of celebrity gossip; that particular kind of pop star meltdown isn’t nearly as ubiquitous now as it was even just a couple of years ago when bieber was fighting his downward spiral. Fucked up have been supplying us with ambitious, insurgent hardcore for well over a decade. The movie is packed with their signature satirical songs, which range from the style boyz’s nostalgic hits (“do the donkey roll!”) to conner4real’s incredibly tone-deaf attempts to be edgy (“fuck me like the us government fucked bin laden!”) or accepting (in “equal rights,” the refrain is a defensive, “i’m not gay!”). ‘s approach to its subject matter is the way it almost makes conner4real irrelevant as it digs into the grit of the entertainment business propping him up. But clocking in at just 86 minutes long, it.
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