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NEW Showgirls - Showgirls (Blu-ray)


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  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003HARV7A

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Barton on Aug. 11 2009
Format: DVD
Even though I have seen the movie on video tape and DVD, it was a good movie. Even if I do not agree with other peoples dissaproval, I would think it is wonderful. Perhaps they should have a 3 DVD set. 1 for the NC-17 rating, 2 for the R-Rating and an unrated version.Showgirls
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew B. Fallabel on May 30 2000
Format: DVD
I recently purchased this movie on DVD because I am a big fan of Elizabeth Berkley and watched her as she grew up on Saved By The Bell. I thought this movie was outstanding and brilliant in every way! It is beautifully shot, and the special features on this edition are neat too. The picture is great and hi-tech, and the sound is great when you have digital surround sound.
This movie is about a girl, Nomi, who is running away from a troubled past. She flees to Las Vegas in hopes of making it big as a Las Vegas Showgirl. Gina Ravera, known as Molly, takes Nomi, Elizabeth Berkley, in off the streets. To survive, Nomi works at a seedy strip club, The Cheetah. As she attends Molly's work, she realizes how wonderful it would be to be in the show, Goddess. She auditions and gets into the show. Then, a rivalry develops between the star Cristal Conners, Gina Gershon, and Nomi, and Nomi ends up hurting Cristal in roder to be the star off the show. After sleeping with the entertainment director, she ends up as the star of Goddess. All goes well, until Nomi realizes that she has hurt everyone along the way of making it big. She also realizes that Las Vegas would have probably been better if she never hitched a ride to that city. She makes a couple paybacks, and travels home with some gained knowledge of Las Vegas Showgirls.
All and all, this movie looked beautiful, and kept me wanting more. Buy this movie today, you'll never regret it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Woodcock on May 27 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
A behind the scenes look at what these girls will do to get star billing...Movie was better than I expected and the sights weren't to hard to take either...As always with Amazon and their Market Dealers, the price for this product was good as was the quick and courteous service and delivery...Happy with this product...
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Format: DVD
This is the quintessential bad movie. It's so bad it's great! I remember when this movie came out and I believe it was the director's intention to make a serious movie. Well I'm glad it didn't turn out that way. This has to be by far one of the most hilarious movies I've seen. The over-over-overacting by Elizabeth Berkeley is pure comedy and will keep you laughing from the first scene to the last. It's pretty hard to take any of it seriously when scene after scene after scene is just so ridiculous, I.E. the pool sex scene. If one could even call it that...watching that poor gal flop around in the water like that reminded me of a fish out of water fighting for its life. It was great. The dance sequences were great, I must say I enjoyed the dancing. A lot of people say this is a horrible movie and it is, but the key is to not take any of it seriously and just turn your brain off and watch it. You can't help but laugh, I promise. I know when I first saw it years years years ago, I thought it was the worst piece of crap I had seen...then I saw it again and again and it's the movie I watch when I need a damn good laugh. Definitely a must have.
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Format: DVD
If ever you find that the most well intentioned party you've given is quickly taking a nose dive into yawnsville, slap this baby on and let the good times role. I love campy films and this whopper is among my favorites, right after Mommie Dearest, Faster Pussycat...Kill, Kill and Pink Flamingos. Elizabeth Berkley should be used as a textbook example and how to overact while simultaneously not communicating a single emotion. The dialogue you ask? So howling bad and unintentionally funny that it borders on the surreal. From what I understand, Joe Eszterhas' brain was on sabbatical during the writing process. Gina Gershon is the saving grace here, folks, even though she is saddle with some of the worst dialogue in the film (if you can imagine) and made to utter "Darlin'" every ten seconds or so; however, there is no sexier woman in front of the camera and her sex appeal alone carries most of the dead weight and I do mean dead. Some reviews suggest that this film is an exercise in misogyny. Really? I am shocked! A film about a back-stabbing, ambitious drifter turned Vegas showgirl I thought would read out on the screen like a feminist treaty. I am just as shocked as anyone that it comes across as a female-bashing piece of celluloid trash. Let's be honest people, this film is nothing more than "All About Eve" with g-strings, glitter and glossy production values to cover the glaring absence of any redeeming artistic quality. If you are cinephile and can't stand the idea that you've wasted x number of minutes from your precious life that you will never get back, stay away, big time. However, if you, like me, enjoy, quoting John Waters on "The Simpsons" the "ludicrously tragic" and just a plain old cheese fest, you will find much to enjoy. Bad script, worse acting, illogical and improbable scenarios, trite sub-plots, one-dimensional characters, etc. Just plain bad, bad, bad...thank goodness!
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Format: DVD
...aware of the overwhelming critical howls this movie garnered, I decided to rent it of curiousity only after reading a recent review on Salon.com praising this film for becoming a "camp classic" and veiled social commentary.
Well, if you say so. Elizabeth Berkley is the single most god-awful actress I've ever laid eyes upon, a study in constant overacting and limited facial expressions (she has about 3 of them)...she makes Madonna seem like Meryl Streep! Equally appalling is that for someone who's supposed to be playing a stripper/dancer, Berkeley's wide, flopping and prematurely cellulite-ridden backside is almost as ludicrous as her acting ability---almost all of the supporting actresses and random extras are better built...and probably better actresses too. Hell, Flipper the Whale could probably outact Berkley; she's so awful that I could barely restrain myself from throwing things at the TV screen.
Just about every character, every line of dialogue, and every scene in this movie is a cliche that we've seen a million times before in a million different TV movies, soap operas, especially lousy B-movies, and cheesy Hollywood blockbusters.
Maybe Verhoeven/Ezterhas, who brought us the far better "Basic Instinct," really did intend this film to be one big campy joke...regardless of whether one buys into that revisionist viewpoint, this film requires either a strong stomach or copious amounts of alcohol/marijuana/hallucinogenics to get through! Bleh.
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