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Climb aboard the double decker Spicebus and get ready for a madcap musical movie adventure with thesexy phenomenons of pop - the Spice Girls. A humorous encounter with extra-terrestrials, a night ina haunted castle, and a moment of truth in a maternity ward are just a few of the funny escapades you'll enjoy as the girls gear up for their first live concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. Emma, Victoria, Mel B., Geri and Mel C. star with George Wendt, Richard E. Grant, Roger Moore and Meatloaf in this hip and sassy movie. There are performances of the Spice Girls mega-hits plus new songs, andfeatured cameo appearances by Elton John, Elvis Costello and more! Exclusive! This video includes extra concert footage never before seen!
- Extra never-seen-before concert footage
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But the results are one heck of an entertaining movie. I love their girl empowerment message and the comedy bits that pepper this movie. You have to listen close sometimes for little inside jokes and that also makes it fun.
All in all, if you have time to kill, and want a simple non absorbing musical, this is your movie.
Anyway, this movie is the perfect example of the wacky adventures and tacky humor the Spice Girls represented in the late 90's. With that being said, going into the movie, you can't expect Oscar winning performances or a fantastic storyline. Instead, you get 5 girls preparing for a live gig at the world renowned Albert Hall. In the movie, you follow the girls through multiple press conferences, costume changes, alien encounters, photoshoots, and smaller performances in the studio or at a one off performance in Milan or on TV. The girls never take themselves too seriously and there's actually a sense of humor in all of the girls, ESPECIALLY Victoria with her sarcastic remarks and flying down the highway in the Spice Bus. The movie ends with the performance at Albert Hall and doesn't disappoint. If you watch while the credits roll, the girls will have a quick chat with other cast members and finally will break the fourth wall and talk to you as if you're still in the theatre in 1998. The music of the film is from the group's first 2 records and it fits it perfectly (obviously) but it doesn't ruin scenes by not being able to hear the dialogue. All in all, this movie is cheesy great fun and it helps if you're a Spice Girls fan but if you aren't, spice up your life with this movie!