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Just Can't Get Enough 2003 TV-MA

(28) IMDb 5.2/10

Follow the drama with Just Can't Get Enough, based on the true story of the rise and fall of the popular 'Chippendales' male dance revue and the scandal that led to murder.

Jonathan Aube, Shelley Malil
1 hour, 36 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Dave Payne
Starring Jonathan Aube, Shelley Malil
Supporting actors John Paul Pitoc, Peter Nevargic, Paul Edward Clark, Kevin Dailey, Rebekah Ryan, Norman Cole, Alejandro Patiño, Michele Howard, Rani Pappé, Kira Reed Lorsch, Sandra Bettin, Veronica Alicino, Don Raymond, Steve Kramer, Tony Guma, Carolyn O'Brien, Anjali Ryan, Delia Copold
Studio Here Media
MPAA rating TV-MA
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Porfie on March 26, 2003
Format: DVD
To be honest the main reason i got this movie is because of John Paul Pitoc who stares in this movie. He was such a great actor in TRICK that i had to get this one. Just Can't Get Enough is a entertaining movie but its not much more than that. This movie is about the original Chipppendale dancers and how greed ends up coming back to haunt them. Very dark at times but in the tradition of most true stories many details are left out. The beautiful mens bodies in this movie are alone worth checking this flick out.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 16, 2003
Format: DVD
There's something charming about this movie. It's scrappy, rough around the edges, and fun. I wasn't sure what to think with the lame o box, but it's full of surprises. For one, the music. Who knew this movie was packed with wall to wall 80s gems like Wall of Vodoo and Flock of Seagulls? And also, the humor. You couldn't tell by the cover, but this is a really funny story, especially if you appreciate odd human behavior. The marketing guys should be slapped silly, because I passed by the movie a dozen times before finally deciding to purchase it, and I'm glad I did.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By queer movie lover on January 6, 2006
Format: DVD
The original Chippendale dancers absolutely made history, and Just Can't

Get Enough tells us the story in one of the sexiest, more historically

factual, and well-made movies about the time. It is so much fun to watch

that you will a)wish you were part of the Chippendale team, and b)want to

go out and dance. Think Boogie Nights, Saturday Night Fever, and Studio

54, only less Hollywood, more the true story of a particular place, and a

particular group of dancers -- one that would most certainly go down in


Following the original gang that started the club, and the name

Chippendale, the movie shows us what happened from the beginning, when

nobody knew what they were doing, and everyone just had a dream....a dream

to make a lot of money using their bodies. It was really quite simple. We

see how this plan affected the dancers' personal lives, how the money, and

the fame, started to take over their lives. Next we go through the years

when the club was thriving, when the money was rolling in, and the sex and

drugs were at everyone's disposal. Then, when gay men wanted to come

through the doors to drool over the sexy pecs and big you-know-whats,

things started to go down hill. Corruption took over, people ordered other

people killed, and eventually, the Chippendales were essentially murdered

to the ground. The Chippendale dancers are a part of history -- a part of

sex work history, of gay history, of LA history....of history.

Just Can't Get Enough does a wonderful job telling their story.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gary F. Taylor HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 1, 2004
Format: DVD
Given the subject matter, you expect this independent film by director/writer David Payne to be full of naked bodies gyrating to the beat of club music--certainly not a serious movie with plenty of bite. But JUST CAN'T GET ENOUGH scores in both directions, and in spite of the abundance of skin on display it is the story rather than the bodies that linger in mind after the movie ends.
As seen through the eyes of club worker Chad (Johnathan Abue, playing a role loosely based on real-life Dan Peterson), JUST CAN'T GET ENOUGH is surprisingly dark and surprisingly factual. Steve Banerjee (Shelley Malil) is just another club owner until he stumbles into the idea of male strippers playing to a women-only audience, and the ringing cash register attracts ambitious and obnoxious choreographer Nick Denoia (Peter Nevargic). Once Denoia gets wise to Banerjee's shady dealings he quickly blackmails the club owner into signing away the touring rights to the show. But when it comes to underhanded manipulations, Banerjee proves Denoia's equal and then some: the sex, drugs, and rock and roll atmosphere of the club quickly gives way to a headlong rush into murder, and the ride is straight down all the way.
Payne's script isn't as tight as it might be, and it sometimes goes off on tangents that add little to the overall impact of the film, but the actors are first rate all the way and increasingly convoluted nature of the conspiracies and counter-conspiracies make for a fascinating ride. And to up the ante, Payne endows the entire film with an unexpectedly dark humor and sense of irony that rings true even in the movie's weaker moments.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jery Tillotson on February 15, 2013
Format: Amazon Instant Video
This fun, sweaty, juicy little independent movie from 2002 gives you the sizzle and the guys missing from the tepid Magic Mike.
Although there is only a few seconds of a full frontal stripper, the rest look damned hot in their G-strings.
The movie maker does a brilliant job working on a modest budget. By using clever camera angles, editing and pacing, you believe you're really seeing a lot more than just a basic few sets and a few outdoor shots.
What stunned me was the amazing Jonathan Aube--a complete stranger to me who looks fabulous. Curiously, he's the only one of the handful of hunky dancers who never removes his britches. We see beautiful images of his powerful torso, gleaming with oil. He has a wonderfully shy, innocence that's very effective, but perhaps his agent wrote into his contract that Jonathan would not do any nudity. What a loss!
There is also that enraging tendency of movie makers who create movies about male strippers to stop the show cold with endless scenes of dialogue, to move the story along dramatically. We keep waiting for the next dance routine.
Also, in a curious foreshadowing of Magic Mike our gorgeous Jonathan falls in love with a dopey, whining woman, and then she thinks he's not stripping anymore and how happy she is about it, he instantly gives up the stripping trade and goes straight. And yes, there's the scene of his barfing into a trashcan as he realizes how horrible his life has becomes--because he takes off his clothes to make money!
Anyway, I'm buying this for my library. They should do a remake of this, fill it full of gratuitous nudity and bring back the fabulous Jonathan Aube as a mature but still frisky pro, promote it, and watch the millions pour into the box office.
This is how Magic Mike should have been produced and seen.
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