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  • Actors: Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Halliwell, Victoria Beckham
  • Directors: Bob Spiers
  • Writers: Kim Fuller, Jamie Curtis, Spice Girls
  • Producers: Barnaby Thompson, Dione Orrom, Kim Fuller, Mark L. Rosen
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Simitar Entertainmen
  • VHS Release Date: November 4, 1997
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (701 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6304722745
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #412,494 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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BOY BANDS MOVE OVER! Twenty years after the Beatles took the world, a new British export is coming to win your hearts -- The Spice Girls! These five women with attitude and outrageous style are one of the most successful bands in history. Travel to the United Kingdom with host Sheldon James and learn what "Girl Power" is all about. Come along for the "Spicy" adventure. There will be special surprises, "Spice" gossip and outrageous "Spicemania." Jump on board and get ready for the "Spice Girls -- British Invasion, Unauthorized and Spicy!" "Way out Spice Girls" club perfomance, Exclusive Spice Girls biographies. "Spice Power" trivia contest.

Customer Reviews

I saw this movie when it first came out, and loved it.
CJ Jade
All in all, this is a great album and I would advise anyone who does not own it, to go out and buy it immediately!
Jessica Simpson
I love the Spice Girls so of course I would love this movie.
Jake

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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Brian E. Erland HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 28, 2006
Format: DVD
I could say that I bought 'Spice World' for my teenage daughter and that would be quite true. Of course that statement wouldn't account for the additional copy stashed away in my own personal DVD collection. I guess it's time for me to face up to the truth and just say it out loud. Mel B - Mel C - Victoria - Geri & Emma, your movie is hilarious!

Yes, it's predictable, shallow and inane, but it's also adorable, quirky and off-the-wall in a good, Monty Python sort of way. It actually works! Say and think what you will, I LIKE IT! So no more excuses accepted, get your own copy of 'Spice World' so you can enjoy the Fab Five as they romp about jolly old England in their very 'posh' double decker bus! GIRL POWER!!
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By thatchick on January 14, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
No, it's not "War and Peace," but then, you didn't really expect an All-Spice rendition of "MacBeth," did you?
The plot? Well, that's beside the point, isn't it? Something about a tour film, something about birthing babies, something about an evil tabloid plot to break up the Spice Girls (perish the thought!). What miniscule plot there is serves mainly as an excuse for random cameos, multiple costume changes, and self-spoofing fantasy sequences, e.g. the girls as Charlie's Angels style fighters in "SpiceForce 5". Oh yeah, there's music, too. (Forward through the concert scenes if you're not a devotee of Spice sound or you just aren't really in a masochistic mood.)
It's all in high spirited goofy fun. Even the always reliable Richard Grant looks like he's having a hoot. As someone who doesn't own a Spice album (or even cooking spices for that matter, but that's a different story) and can't call herself a fan, I was genuinely surprised to find this movie so darn enjoyable. I'm not saying I'd start a grass-roots campaign demanding a sequel (er, Spice Universe?), but this flick's amusingly silly and benignly entertaining -- not unlike the Spice Girls themselves.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Luis Hernandez on June 26, 2000
Format: DVD
Considered now by many as a cult classic, "Spice World," marks the feature-film debut of Britain's most famous band since the Beatles. Directed by television veteran Bob Spiers ("Ab Fab"), the movie focuses on the girls during a few days in their hectic life, as they prepare for their big gig at Royal Albet Hall in London.
The movie's camp factor helps in boosting the film's appeal with teenagers and pop-culture fans, and although the acting is not that great, the film gives us many hilarious scenarios including a Mission Impossible-based fantasy called "Spice Force 5," and an enjoyable photo shoot where the girls imitate major pop icons of the past and themselves.
The songs from the band's first two albums provide the film's soundtrack with a diverse selection of tunes that keeps the film together. I only wished that producers released a compilation album of the band's songs that were remixed for this film ("Who do You Think You Are" sounds wicked in a techno beat).
The film's other highlight includes multiple cameo appearances by such personalities as Sir Elton John, Bob Geldof, Meatloaf, Bob Hoskins, Roger Moore, George Wendt, and one of the actress from the "Ab Fab" series. All give wonderful comic performances.
The film's worst scene involves the girls' encounter with aliens during a midnight hike in the woods. Personally, this scene seems out-of-place in such a film. Richard E. Grant is great as the girls' manager, and the film's subplot of a tabloid thrasher going after the girls makes it much more fun to watch.
Reminiscent of a "Hard Day's Night," Spice World will garner more new fans throughout the year as the film is aired on television and at midnight-movie festivals. If you want a fun, fun movie, wthen this is it!
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ken Fontenot VINE VOICE on February 19, 2004
Format: DVD
Everybody has something that they enjoy and just can't explain. They might even be a little embarassed to admit that they like it. Well, I'm not embarassed to admit that the Spice Girls are one of my guilty pleasures. Granted, their music may be a little hokey, but they sure are fun to listen to. In "Spice World," the girls take on a world tour with Bond-esque style. This movie isn't fantastic, but it is fun enough for the whole family to watch. It's silly, it's goofy, and, at times, it is brilliant. You get a feel of what these ladies had to put up with on a daily basis, albeit in a grand and over-the-top style. There are cameos abound in this flick as well. The acting isn't that bad and the girls seemed to enjoy making the movie.
Funny moments abound in this flick, but some of my personal favorites are when the girls first get on their tour bus and they complain about how hot it is. They say that they could use a fan and, in perfect British comedic style, a young, pre-teen girl comes through the door screaming with glee and then runs back out the door. The girls sigh with comfortable relief. Another funny moment is the expensive, special-effects laden tour-bus jumping a draw-bridge with Posh behind the wheel scene. Finally, in the end credits, the girls "interact" with the audience. They remark on people making out, wonder why folks watching their video can't find anything good on the "telly" and audience member clothes. The entire movie is just a fun little trip.
Alan Cumming(X-Men 2, Josey and the Pussycats) takes a turn as a reporter attempting to document the lives of these ladies. George Wendt(Norm, of 'Cheers' fame)is a movie producer looking for a film to put the girls in and cash in on their fame. Meatloaf is the bus driver for the girls.
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In Widescreen finally!
They should release this on Blu-Ray or HD-DVD !! :)
Dec 5, 2007 by Matt Hamilton |  See all 12 posts
Will The Spice Gals Ever Come Back?
Yes, they're back...They'll be releasing a greatest hits later this year and also touring late this year and early next year.
Aug 1, 2007 by Eden |  See all 5 posts
What's on it exactly?
It says on BestBuy.com this:

"Bonus musical performance: "Mama"
Theatrical trailer"

So not much really. But ah well.
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