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Encyclopedia > Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny
Jack Black in Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny! (Film)
Image:Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny.jpg
Directed by Liam Lynch
Produced by Jack Black
Kyle Gass
Stuart Cornfeld
Written by Jack Black
Kyle Gass
Liam Lynch
Starring Jack Black
Kyle Gass
Music by Tenacious D
score by John King
Andrew Gross
Editing by David Rennie
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Release date(s) November 22, 2006
Language English
Budget $20,000,000
IMDb profile

Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny is a rock musical set in the 1990s, starring Tenacious D, an acoustic metal band that features Jack Black and Kyle Gass. It is directed by musician and puppeteer Liam Lynch. The film was released on November 22, 2006. Publicity for the film involved a tagline "The Greatest Movie of All Time".[1] Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... A dead link or broken link is a link on the world wide web that points to a webpage or server that is permanently unavailable. ... This article is about the musician. ... Jack Black (born Thomas J. Black, Jr. ... Kyle Richard Gass (born July 14, 1960)[1] is an American actor and a member of the band Tenacious D (along with Jack Black) and Trainwreck. ... Stuart Cornfeld is a film producer, partner of Ben Stiller in the company, Red Hour Productions, and an actor. ... This article is about the band. ... Andrew Gross is an American author and ghost writer. ... David Rennie is an American Cinema Editors Award-nominated film editor. ... New Line redirects here. ... is the 326th day of the year (327th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... A rock opera or rock musical is a musical production in the form of an opera or a musical in a modern rock and roll style rather than more traditional forms. ... For the band, see 1990s (band). ... This article is about the band. ... For other persons named Jack Black, see Jack Black (disambiguation). ... Kyle Richard Gass (born July 14, 1960)[1] is an American actor and a member of the band Tenacious D (along with Jack Black) and Trainwreck. ... This article is about the musician. ... is the 326th day of the year (327th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... A tagline is a variant of a branding slogan typically used in marketing materials and advertising. ...

Contents

Plot

As a young man, (Jack Black) is the black sheep of his religious family in the oppressive town of Kickapoo, Missouri. After his father (Meat Loaf) beats him up for his love of rock and roll and for singing a profanity-laced song about slaying (and sexually violating) a dragon while the family was having dinner ("Kickapoo"), Jack appeals to his lone remaining rock poster, that of Ronnie James Dio of the band Dio. Ronnie then comes to life and advises Jack that his rock counterpart awaits him in a land called Hollywood in the "city of fallen angels". Jack immediately runs away from home and spends the next few decades roaming around every town named Hollywood in America until he finally winds up in California. For other persons named Jack Black, see Jack Black (disambiguation). ... Black sheep is a derogatory colloquialism in the English language meaning an outsider or one who is different in a way which others disapprove of. ... This article is about the U.S. state. ... This article is about the singer. ... Kickapoo is the first song on comedy rock band Tenacious Ds 2006 film Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny, as well as the movies soundtrack album. ... Ronnie James Dio (born Ronald James Padavona on July 10, 1942 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA), is an American heavy metal vocalist who has performed with Black Sabbath, Rainbow, Elf, and his own band Dio. ... For other uses, see Dio (disambiguation). ... Hollywood redirects here. ... This article is about the U.S. state. ...


Shortly after he arrives in the right Hollywood, he stumbles upon a long-haired man playing acoustic guitar in hopes of donations from passers-by (known as busking). Jack's new acquaintance introduces himself as Kyle Gass, and is very unimpressed with Jack. Despite the fact that Jack improvises lyrics for Kyle's playing off the top of his head and the two vibe immensely ("Classico"), Kyle still rejects Jack's overtures of friendship. Jack, disheartened, wanders off into the city ("Baby"), where he is attacked by a gang of A Clockwork Orange-themed thugs (complete with white overalls, masks and cockney accents). They beat him briefly and run off, whereupon Kyle emerges and chastises the already-fled gang members. Jack, believing that Kyle chased them away, is intensely grateful, and Kyle takes him back to his apartment. Playing a steel-string guitar without a pick (fingerpicking). ... Busking is the practice of doing live performances in public places to entertain people, usually to solicit donations and tips. ... Kyle Richard Gass (born July 14, 1960)[1] is an American actor and a member of the band Tenacious D (along with Jack Black) and Trainwreck. ... Classico is the second song on comedy rock band Tenacious Ds 2006 film Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny, as well as the movies soundtrack album. ... Clockwork Orange redirects here. ... St Mary-le-Bow The term cockney is often used to refer to working-class people of London, particularly east London, and the slang used by these people. ...

Kyle Gass wearing the Trainwreck T-shirt in The Pick of Destiny

Over the next few days, Kyle spins stories of knowing and interacting with a number of rock legends in the course of running his own band, 'The Kyle Gass Project'. Kyle agrees to take Jack under his wing and teach him the secrets of rock. Soon, Jack undergoes Kyle's custom 'gig simulator', which ends disastrously. Immediately thereafter, Jack learns that Kyle is completely fake; even his hair is a wig. He's a failure as a musician, and his parents are cutting his rent off. Enraged by the deception, Jack berates Kyle and says he's leaving.


Kyle informs his former apprentice that he will have to return home because he has already spent his last rent check. He reveals a new acoustic guitar with custom decorations, including a 'JB' logo on the lower half. Touched and appeased, Jack states that there will be no moving back in with anyone's parents - that they will pay the rent "with their rock". At the same time, they discover the birthmarks on their buttocks that, when combined, reveal the name of their destined band: Tenacious D, with "Tenac" being on Jack's right buttock, and "ious D" being on Kyle's left ("Destiny").


Tenacious D try their luck at an open mic night ("History", referred to in the movie as "The History of Tenacious D") and receive a lukewarm (at best) reception. It seems that one week later, a competition with a cash prize will be held, which the D desperately need to win to pay the rent. Seeking praise from the open mic host, they are told the contest's competition will be fierce, and they'd best come up with new material. When they attempt to do so, they run into writer's block, frustrating Jack greatly. He throws himself down amidst copies of Rolling Stone, noting that all the bands on the covers are great, and tries to figure out a common element. Kyle, looking at the covers, idly observes that they all apparently used the same guitar pick which is green ivory shaped into a skull of a demon with horns. This article is about the music magazine. ...


Heading to the ultra music store to see if they can find such a pick, the two attract the attention of the owner (Ben Stiller). He reveals in a dark closet (in which he uses a lighter to create suspense, but Kyle quickly turns on the light switch) that they've stumbled across the legend of the 'Pick of Destiny': long ago a dark wizard summoned up the Devil himself to force him into doing his bidding. The Prince of Darkness had other ideas and the sorcerer quickly found himself on the losing side of a magic-fueled match. A heroic blacksmith, discovering the struggle, hurled a horseshoe at Satan, breaking one of his teeth. This distraction allowed the wizard to put a curse on Satan: he was forced to return to Hell until he was complete again. In gratitude for the blacksmith's valuable help, the wizard formed the tooth into a lute pick that held a part of the Devil's essence. Using the pick would allow the blacksmith to play lute songs that would help him win the heart of his lady love, something that would leave her "moist and wanting." The pick surfaced hundreds of years later in the southern U.S. where legendary black guitarist Robert Johnson used it to forge its own guitar-infused brand of blues, which was later to develop into rock music (Johnson often humorously referred to having made a pact with the devil to achieve his guitar-playing skills and even composed a "Me and the Devil" blues). Stating that he believes the Pick of Destiny to be in the Rock & Roll History Museum (using evidence of a picture of the last time the pick was seen, being held by AC/DC guitarist Angus Young and donated his guitar with the P.O.D.) the guitar store owner then ejects Jack and Kyle from the shop, advising them not to meddle with the pick. Benjamin Edward Stiller (born November 30, 1965) is an Emmy-winning American comedian, actor, film producer and director. ... Robert Johnson, born Robert Leroy Johnson (May 8, 1911 – August 16, 1938) is among the most famous of Delta blues musicians. ... Blues music redirects here. ... This article is about the genre. ... This article is about the band. ... Angus Young (born on 31 March 1955) is a guitarist, songwriter, and co-founder of the Australian hard rock band AC/DC, known for his wild stage energy and schoolboy-uniform stage outfits. ...

Jack Black and Kyle Gass perform Master Exploder.

Jack is determined to get the pick, and after he and Kyle borrow their friend Lee's car, they set off for the museum. In a deleted scene, Jack and Kyle use an impromptu patriotic jam session to persuade a store clerk into giving them the walkie-talkies they will inevitably need on their mission ("The Government Totally Sucks"). While driving, Jack fantasizes about their upcoming performance at the open mic night when they finally get the pick ("Master Exploder"). Along the way, Kyle is distracted by college girls who are impressed by his exaggerations of his band's fame. Kyle wants to go to the sorority party the girls are bound for, but Jack is focused on the pick, especially after picking up a tip on infiltrating the museum from a strange vagrant (Tim Robbins). Kyle abandons Jack to go to the fraternity party, and an embittered Jack sets out for the museum on his own, after smashing one of the car's taillights with a rock ("The Divide"). Along the way, he has a mushroom-induced hallucination where he meets sasquatch, with the hairy legend informing Jack that the rocker is his son ("Papagenu (He's My Sassafrass)"). Jack eventually wakes up from his hallucination, and continues towards the museum. Jason JR Reed (also known by the name of his signature character, Lee), is an American actor and musician, originally from Corvallis, Oregon. ... Master Explorer is the seventh song on Tenacious Ds The Pick of Destiny album. ... Timothy Francis Robbins (born October 16, 1958) is an Academy Award-winning American actor, screenwriter, director, producer, activist, and musician. ... Binomial name (Earle) Singer Approximate Range of Psilocybe cubensis Psilocybe cubensis is a species of psychedelic mushroom whose principle active compounds are psilocybin and psilocin. ... Sasquatch can refer to different topics: A Sasquatch is another name for Bigfoot. ...


Meanwhile, Kyle's floundering at the party. When he's pressed to sing one of his band's songs, he attempts to sing the song he and Jack sang at open mic night, but he only knows the back-up vocals. Humiliated, Kyle realizes he's only half complete without Jack, and sets out to make things right ("Dude (I Totally Miss You)"). Meanwhile, we see Jack breaking into the museum, following the directions he got from the vagrant ("Break-In City (Storm the Gate!)"). Meeting up with Jack in the museum's air ducts, the two reconcile and set out to steal the pick. When confronted by a "deadly" laser grid, (LASER) Jack manages to tumble and wriggle his way to the end, but is thwarted by the lasers being too close together. A button at waist height will shut off the grid, but he cannot reach it. Kyle urges Jack to use one of the rocker techniques he taught him earlier, the "cock push-up". Jack's now strengthened penis is able to emerge from his jeans and hit the red button. Having successfully used the technique to deactivate the lasers, the two steal the pick and flee from the guard (Fred Armisen), using another rocker technique (the "power slide") to evade a lowering security door, and finally leaving the vagrant from earlier to take the fall for the theft. Fred Armisen (born December 4, 1966) is an American musician, comedian, and actor, known for his work as a castmember on Saturday Night Live. ...


As they're nearly home, a policeman attempts to pull them over for their broken taillight. Kyle panics and the two engage in a high speed chase ("Car Chase City"), which ends when the car bursts into flames. The police believe the two perished in the fire, but they've actually slipped into the sewer system. Using the sewers to arrive at Open Mic Night, Tenacious D prepares to go on stage.


Greed comes between the two as they fight over who gets to use the pick first, and it ends with the Pick of Destiny broken in half on the ground. They mourn their loss, but the open mic host advises them that the power of Satan isn't in some pick; it's in everybody! Heartened, the two go inside to prepare. Meanwhile, the host picks up the pick, which glows with unearthly green power. The two emerge from the club, intending to use the halves of the pick anyway, just in time to see the host transform into Satan (Dave Grohl) and turn the pick back into his tooth, rejoining it to his body. David Eric Grohl (b. ...


Exulting in his wholeness, Satan announces that the world will now belong to him, and that Jack and Kyle are first on his list of people to slaughter. Jack interrupts by challenging the devil to a rock-off ("Beezleboss (The Final Showdown)"), which the annoyed Prince of Darkness must accept due to the Demon Code. When asked for terms, Jack announces that if Tenacious D wins, Satan must return to Hell and pay their rent. Jack then gives their penalty for losing: Satan will be allowed to take Kyle back to hell and use him as a sex slave. Satan consents to the terms and they then begin the rock-off. This article or section contains a plot summary that is too long or excessively detailed. ...


Summoning up an arena of speakers and an array of the finest musical instruments Hell has to offer, Satan sings a song of arrogance and sex - in other words, "a masterpiece", as Kyle mentions. After seeing Satan's skill, Kyle is terrified that he will become Satan's sex slave. But Jack encourages him, claiming they can win together. Heartened, Kyle joins Jack and they retaliates with their own song, right off the top of their heads. Kyle plays his acoustic guitar and Jack dances about proudly, with Kyle harmonizing, shouting his unique style of profanity-laced nonsense/genius. Despite their valiant effort, Satan decries them as "fuckin' lame", and prepares to send Kyle to Hell.


Intending to give his life for his friend's, Jack leaps in front of Satan's blast of lightning, which deflects off the emblem on his guitar and breaks the end off of one of the Devil's horns. Recalling the incantation the dark wizard used hundreds of years ago (related to them by the guitar store owner), "from whence you came, you shall remain, until you are complete again", Jack curses Satan once more to return to Hell. Condemning the rockers individually and swearing his vengeance on the band as a whole, Satan is dragged back to the underworld.


The end of the tale sees Tenacious D sitting in their apartment, musing that they defeated the devil "with their rock". They also mourn that they cannot remember even a single note of the amazing song they played in the rock-off (this is a reference to their hit song "Tribute" from their first album). So they decide to simply write a new, even better song, and make use of the "BOD", the Bong of Destiny - a bong fashioned from Satan's horn - for inspiration. The film ends with Tenacious D performing their hit song "POD", as well as their song "The Metal", during the credits.In an after-credit scene, Jack and Kyle are pondering their next song. When Jack hits record on their tape player, the duo pauses for a short moment, waiting for Kyle. When Kyle thinks he feels something, he prepares to play on his guitar, however, the "feeling" turned out to be just gas. The movie ends with a final quote from Kyle, "I thought I felt something." and Jack saying "Let's play that back." Tribute, or unofficially, A Tribute to the Best Song in the World is the first single of Tenacious Ds self-titled debut album. ... A bong, also commonly known as a water pipe, is a smoking device, generally used to smoke cannabis or tobacco, but also other substances. ... POD is the first single from comedy-rock duo Tenacious Ds second studio album, The Pick of Destiny, which also serves as the soundtrack for the movie Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny. ...


Critical response

After the film's premiere, the duo appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Both expressed happiness over the film's good critical response, and claimed they were "shooting for cult film status".


Kevin Crust of the Los Angeles Times said "[The movie] might best be enjoyed in an enhanced state of consciousness, a herbal supplement, and we aren't talking ginko biloba."[2] This just IN !!!:paris hiltons new dog. ... Species G. biloba L. The Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba; 銀杏 in Chinese), frequently misspelled as Gingko, and also known as the Maidenhair Tree, is a unique tree with no close living relatives. ...


Stephen Rae of The Philadelphia Inquirer said that the frequent drug-use in the film gives "the term potty humor a new meaning."[3] The Philadelphia Inquirer is one of a two Knight Ridder newspaper duopoly daily for the Philadelphia area. ...


Michael Phillips criticized the frequency of the drug-use by saying: "This may be the problem. Pot rarely helped anybody's comic timing."[4]


Stephen Holden of The New York Times suggested that the film could be viewed as a "jolly rock 'n' roll comedy", but he also described the progression of the film as being a "garish mess."[5] The New York Times is a daily newspaper published in New York City and distributed internationally. ...


Box Office

The film performed poorly at the box office, only grossing a total of $8.2 million in the United States. It debuted with a mere $3 million during its opening weekend at number eleven. With a budget of $20,000,000 the film is considered a financial failure because it was not able to gross half the cost of production. In the fifth week after its release, the movie only earned $50,000 and virtually vanished from theaters. Even more surprising was that the DVD sales outnumbered the box office receipts. DVD sales totaled over $9 million. Prior to filming, both Jack Black and Kyle Gass each received $5.000,000 and were to share 10% of the total revenue of the film. This means that each of them earned about $600,000 from the project.[6]. This movie is rated R. For other persons named Jack Black, see Jack Black (disambiguation). ... Kyle Richard Gass (born July 14, 1960)[1] is an American actor and a member of the band Tenacious D (along with Jack Black) and Trainwreck. ...


Soundtrack

Main article: The Pick of Destiny

The soundtrack, which doubled as the band's second album, includes vocals by Ronnie James Dio and Meat Loaf. Dave Grohl plays drums on the album, as he did on their first album, Tenacious D (2001). Grohl also contributes his singing talent on the track "Beelzeboss". The Pick of Destiny is a soundtrack album by the American rock band Tenacious D for the movie Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny. ... A film soundtrack is the music that is from or inspired by a feature film. ... Ronnie James Dio (born Ronald James Padavona on July 10, 1942 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA), is an American heavy metal vocalist who has performed with Black Sabbath, Rainbow, Elf, and his own band Dio. ... This article is about the singer. ... David Eric Grohl (b. ... A drum kit (or drum set or trap set) is a collection of drums, cymbals and sometimes other percussion instruments, such as a cowbell, wood block, chimes or tambourines, arranged for convenient playing by a single drummer. ... Tenacious D is the debut album of the comedy rock duo Jack Black and Kyle Gass. ... See also: 2001 in music (UK) Musical groups established in 2001 Record labels established in 2001 // January 1 Comeback of Guns N Roses in House of Blues Hum disbands. ...


A score soundtrack, More Rocktastic Music from the Film, was packaged with the film at Wal-Mart stores. A film score is a set of musical compositions written to accompany a film. ... More Rocktastic Music From The Film is the score album for the movie Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny. ... Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. ...


Tenacious D's song "The Metal" (which was featured during the credits of the film, and on the soundtrack) is featured in the video game Guitar Hero III Computer and video games redirects here. ... Guitar Hero III will be the third official installment in the Guitar Hero video game series. ...


References to other Tenacious D works

  • In the opening credits, the title graphic looks exactly identical to Tenacious D's first self-titled album.
  • "Tribute" - After the Beelzeboss scene, Black and Gass speculate that the song which defeated the Devil was "the greatest song in the world". Afterwards they are unable to remember the song which they played. Also, Dave Grohl plays Satan in the film; he played the unnamed "shiny demon" in the music video for "Tribute".
  • "Dio" - Dio himself appears in the poster in Young Jack Black's room.
  • "Tenacious D Theme Song" - After one of the tarot cards, their old TV show's theme song plays.
  • "One Note Song" - during the film's version of "History", Jack sings "we know you're all robots but we don't care", referencing Kyle's musings on whether humanoid robots might be living amongst humanity in secret.
  • "Inward Singing" and "Kyle Quit the Band" - At one point, Kyle chooses a college party over the Pick of Destiny, causing Jack to fire Kyle from the band. The short tune The Divide used during the tarot card scene with the same name is also an excerpt from Kyle Quit The Band
  • "Cock Pushups" - Kyle makes Jack try this almost impossible move during his training.
  • "Lee" - Lee is the name of the pizza delivery guy that Jack and Kyle befriend and is played by Jason Reed, who played Lee in the Tenacious D TV series.
  • "Friendship Test" and "City Hall" - During one of the tarot card scenes after the theft of the Pick of Destiny, the caption on the card reads "Two Kings".
  • "Drive-Thru" - At the diner that Black and Gass stop at, Black requests a healthy glass of carrot juice, a drink that is mostly drank to help people watch their figure. In "Drive-Thru", Black keeps ordering tweaked versions of the menu's food in order to watch his figure.
  • "Rock Your Socks Off" - Referenced in "Beelzeboss" when Jack challenges Satan to a rock-off.
  • "Rocket Sauce" - Said in the "Beezleboss" song. It references the original Tenacious D TV series episodes and the original "Tribute" song.
  • Tenacious D requests the open mic host to say something dirty and outlandish, a running gag in the HBO series.
  • "Kielbasa" - The after-credits scene is meant to be a lead-in to the first track of the band's self titled album. Also, the rhythm of the song is similar to that of JB's singing parts in "Papagenu (He's My Sassafrass)" ("My kielbasa sausage has just got to perform"/"Sasquatch is my daddy and he's going to protect [me]").
  • "History" - The song "History" is actually the song that Kyle and Jack played in the episode "Road gig" to combat the police's music. Also the open mic night host's comment about History ("You may want to write some new material") is a reference to the fact that History is apparently the only song in the movie that was not written exclusively for it.

Tribute, or unofficially, A Tribute to the Best Song in the World is the first single of Tenacious Ds self-titled debut album. ... David Eric Grohl (b. ... For other uses, see Dio (disambiguation). ... Jason JR Reed (also known by the name of his signature character, Lee), is an American actor and musician, originally from Corvallis, Oregon. ... Carrot juice is juice produced from carrots, often marketed as a health drink. ...

References

  1. ^ Smith, Ethan. "Can Jack Go Back?", The Wall Street Journal, 2006-10-27. Retrieved on 2008-04-04. 
  2. ^ Crust, Kevin. "'Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny'", Los Angeles Times, 2006-11-22. Retrieved on 2007-01-27. 
  3. ^ Rea, Steven. "'Tenacious D': Lots of hits (wink, wink), and misses, too", The Philadelphia Inquirer, 2006-11-22. Retrieved on 2007-01-27. 
  4. ^ Phillips, Michael. "So-so story of a superband", Chicago Tribune, 2006-11-24. Retrieved on 2007-01-27. 
  5. ^ Holden, Stephen. "Movie Guide and Film Series", New York Times, 2006-12-08. Retrieved on 2007-01-27. 
  6. ^ Rotten Tomatoes: Box Office Summary

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External links

  • Official film website
  • Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny at the Internet Movie Database
  • Billboard - Tenacious D's 'Destiny' In Sight
  • Interview: Jack Black and Kyle Glass Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny
  • Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny at Rotten Tomatoes
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