"Never Goin' Back" is a 2018 American stoner comedy written film directed by Augustine Frizzell.
The starring cast includes Maia Mitchell as Angela, Camila Morrone as Jessie, Joel Allen as Dustin, Kendal Smith as Tony, Matthew Holcomb as Ryan, Kyle Mooney as Brandon, Atheena Frizzell as Crystal, Liz Cardenas as Neighbor, Michelle Sherrill as Prostitute, Julian Hilliard as Boy at Diner and others.

Here are "Never Goin' Back" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Never Goin' Back movie?

A24 on Wednesday, May 09, 2018 released the trailer for "Never Goin' Back" you can watch here:
Never Goin' Back | Official Red Band Trailer HD | A24.

Plot summary

What is Never Goin' Back movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Never Goin' Back" movie plot summary.

In southern Texas, Angela (Maia Mitchell) and Jessie (Camila Morrone) are best friends and high school dropouts who spend their time working as waitresses at a mundane restaurant and wanting more out of their lives. One day, Angela decides to surprise Jessie by purchasing a trip to Galveston so they can spend Jessie's birthday at the beach. She uses their rent money to pay for it and arranges for both of them to do extra hours at the restaurant to make up for the money they spent on the trip. However, Dustin (Joel Allen), Jessie's goofy older brother and both girls roommate, spends his part of the rent in a failed drug sale he attempted with his friends. The next morning Tony (Kendal Smith), Dustin's friend, breaks in the house and steals an old TV because he thinks Dustin stole the drug money. The police arrive to check the scene of the crime and discover Angela's and Jessie's stash of weed and cocaine. Both girls are arrested.
After spending two days in juvenile detention, where Jessie suffers from constipation, the girls are released and learn that Roderick (Marcus M. Mauldin), their boss, wants to talk to them. While headed to the laundry to wash their uniform, they meet an ex-co-worker, Paul (Spencer Stevenson), who tells them that their mutual friend Art Dog (Anthony Phoenix) is having a party at his home and that they can use his washing machine. At Art Dog's house, the girls try to remain sober, but they eat cannabis cookies by accident. They arrive high at their job and Roderick, even though he cares for both of them, makes the tough decision to fire them.
With all hope lost, Jessie comes up with the idea of convincing Brandon (Kyle Mooney), their other porn-addicted roommate, to let them take the money from the cash register at the sandwich shop where he works and then tell the police he was robbed. At first Brandon doesn't like the idea but he accepts when the girls promise to have a threesome with him; a promise they do not intend to keep. In that moment, a disguised Dustin and his other friend Ryan (Matthew Holcomb) enter and try to steal the money in order to recover what they lost in the drug deal. The girls immediately recognize them and they admit to Brandon they don't have enough money to pay for rent. After the boys leave, a terrified Brandon admits that there is only $50 in the register, and that the rest is in a safe he does not have the key for.


Who plays who in the Never Goin' Back movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Never Goin' Back" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Maia Mitchell  as Angela
Camila Morrone  as Jessie
Joel Allen  as Dustin
Kendal Smith  as Tony
Matthew Holcomb  as Ryan
Kyle Mooney  as Brandon
Atheena Frizzell  as Crystal
Liz Cardenas  as Neighbor
Michelle Sherrill  as Prostitute
Julian Hilliard  as Boy at Diner
Jennifer Pilarcik  as Mom at Diner
James LaBounty II  as Noel (as James LaBounty)
Marcus M. Mauldin  as Roderick (as Marcus Mauldin)
Aristotle Abraham II  as Cedric
Max Hartman  as Officer Puddin' Face
Craig Cole  as Officer Craig
Brenda Schram  as Girl in Jail
Annell Brodeur  as Officer at the Jail
Toby Halbrooks  as Scary Voice Guy
Raymond Gestaut  as Mr. Dickson
Jane Willingham  as Mrs. Dickson
Spencer Stevenson  as Paul
Deontre Gardner  as Paul's Boyfriend
Lloyd Burris  as Guy with Joints at Party
Anthony Phoenix  as Art Dog
Adrian Steckler  as Jose
Robert Ousley  as Isaac
Yolanda Davis  as Bus Driver
Isaiah Smallman  as Homeless Man
Kyle Beeler  as Party Attender
Denton Bishop  as Party Attender
Jonny Gallegos  as Party Attender (as Jonathan Gallegos)
Ashley Amos  as At the Diner
Julia Boyd  as At the Diner
Adam Donaghey  as At the Jail
Sharon Chapelle Evans  as Lady In Supermarket
Jeanne Harris  as At the Diner
Luke Jacobs  as At the Diner (as Luke W. Jacobs)
Julian Sol Jordan  as At the Diner (as Julian Jordan)
Tony Nelson  as Party Attender
Henry Okigbo  as Party Attender
Bailey Schaub  as Party Goer
Briana Ward  as Party Attender
Noell Webber  as Party Attender
Kris Youmans  as Party Attender
Alexis Zollicoffer  as Party Attender

Release date

When is Never Goin' Back movie release date?

"Never Goin' Back" movie release date was scheduled to be on January 22, 2018 (Sundance) and on August 3, 2018 (United States) distributing by A24.


What are Never Goin' Back filming details?

The duration of the film is 85 minutes. The film grossed over $61,271.

"Never Goin' Back" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.


What are critics and audiences saying about Never Goin' Back movie?

"Never Goin' Back" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 75/100. The audience also likes the film.

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