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Striptease [Blu-ray] [Import]

3.1 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: March 6 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B006CR2PI0
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Product Description

A single mother trying to win back custody of her daughter works as a stripper to pay her legal fees, but gets into trouble when a congressman takes a fancy to her.
Genre: Drama
Rating: UN
Release Date: 0000-00-00
Media Type: Blu-Ray

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Format: DVD
This movie is not a fully erotic movie as it might be expected.But it is not a clever and funny movie either.So what makes Striptease bad,I guess,is that it doesn't manage to satisfy any taste at all.
Erin Grant (Demi Moore) must strip for a living,and her biggest fight is against her ex-husband to get her little daughter back.Meanwhile a [physically excited] congressman (Burt Reynolds)gets fixated on her,a murder occurs and things get quite complicated.
Striptease has humor at times,but not much really happens.The plot,if there is any,is pretty weak.The only thing that makes this movie worth watching is probably Demi Moore and her dancing on beautiful Eurythmics songs.However other than those "music videos",there is nothing else to care about in the movie.I wish Eurythmics used Demi on their videos,which would make making a movie like Striptease unnecessary.
The DVD doesn't have a single extra as it suffers from being an old release,so I can not show any reason why you should buy this DVD,except if you are a hardcore Demi fan..
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Format: VHS Tape
"The book is sooooo much better than the movie". "If you have a brain, don't watch this movie". Well, tsk, tsk, aren't we the intellectual snob? Listen, if I wanted to "read" this "story", I would have gone ahead and bought the book. I certainly didn't buy the video itself for the rich, intellectual content either. Demi Moore is nude. That is why I bought it. I didn't see much difference between the unrated and R-rated versions, though the unrated version claims to have two extra minutes of footage. Of what, I don't know. No big deal, really, except you're out about ten bucks for another version that is basically the same.
Again, most of us who own this video or DVD likely bought it with the realistic expectation that we wouldn't be seeing Oscar-caliber material. We bought it to see Demi Moore nude! What else really matters when you have THAT? Some people just expect entirely too much out of a movie.
I was actually pleasantly surprised, though. While it certainly isn't award-winning, the film is often pretty funny and sometimes touching. Something tells me the actors and director had nothing more than this in mind when making it. Demi Moore is hot...when you stop and recognize that fact as the dominant selling point in this you'll enjoy it more. A decent, although not great storyline is a nice bonus.
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Format: DVD
A terrific little sleeper that was overlooked on its release. Great combination of humor blended into the dark side of strip clubs with a good dose of real politik. Demi Moore is outstanding as a newcomer to the "Eager Beaver", a raunchy strip club where she does a more than adequate job of raising pulses while Ving Rhames stoicly watches over her as self-appointed guardian, and Burt Reynolds has never been funnier as a U.S.Congressman that would make Bill Clinton proud! The scene where he covers himself with vaseline to make love to Demi's "essence" is hysterical. The real surprise here is Robert Patrick as Demi's sleazy, disapproving, illiterate trailer trash ex that somehow managed to wangle custody of their daughter. This movie has a few low points but overall I give it a solid 4 brass poles.
The DVD transfer is excellent with 4 stars for both picture and sound. I dont know how much extra "content" is on the International Unrated version but I can tell you this....Demi is very credible in this role. The interactive menus the DVD claims however will get you nothing but scene access and languages. There are NO extras. But who cares, it's hilarious! Not to be taken seriously.
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Format: DVD
Demi Moore came under intense public attention for those "pictures", little did they know she was going to star in a movie about going starkers...STRIPTEASE.
STRIPTEASE is one of those "guilty pleasure" movies that have a certain campy charm, it's certainly more enjoyable that it's bastard-sister-film; SHOWGIRLS.
Erin Grant (Demi Moore) loses the custody battle for her daughter when she is fired from her job. What's a girl to do? Go and shake her booty, what else?!!
Down at the Eager Beaver Club, where the beer isn't the only thing on the menu, Erin finds a job prancing around to such innocuous tunes as "Little Bird" and "Money Can't Buy It". Soon, a mysterious murder and a hilarious excuse for a congressman - Dilbeck (Burt Reynolds in an inspired performance) prove more of a hindrance than a help as Erin decides to expose her lousy ex-husband as the drug-pushing, slack-jawed yokel that he really is, all the while spinning around a pole in a G-string. Sound exhausting? Nah! We're only getting started!
Overall a pretty enjoyable caper. The DVD transfer is beautiful.
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Format: DVD
While not Carl Hiaasen's best novel -- I'd nominate "Skin Tight" or "Native Tongue" for that -- "Strip Tease" is far wiser, funnier and richer than the anemic film version by Demi Moore would have you believe.
Instead of FBI secretary-turned-stripper Erin being a strangely desexualized perfect being, in the novel, she's a complicated mess. In other words, a real human being. Her ex-husband is a piece of crap, yes, but not the cartoonish lout we see in the film. Really, everyone in a Hiaasen novel is a bit of a goofball, once their foibles are looked at unflinchingly, which is part of the fun.
Those only familiar with "Strip Tease" via the movie don't get any of that: The good guys are too good to screw up, and the bad guys are too stupid to have any redeeming qualities. And to top it all off, Demi apparently doesn't understand that stripping is meant to titillate, not spiritually enlighten its audience. Those aroused by the film ought to get out more.
In fact, the book tops the film in every way, with the possible exception of what Burt Reynolds brings to the film. But even then, in his role as a corrupt politician -- and, ultimately, the engine for the story -- punches are pulled and he's not quite as sleazy as in the book. Apparently, giving people a lesson into how greed is destroying the Everglades was just too heavy for the film audience.
Those who liked the film -- and they exist, strangely enough -- still ought to pick up the book, to learn all about the characters and read the situations that didn't make the final cut. For current fans of Hiaasen's work, the book is roughly on par with "Stormy Weather," although much more politically barbed than that work, which took aim at humanity's folly generally.
And for Demi Moore, what were you thinking? You owe Carl and his fans a big apology, as well as your own fans, who deserve better.
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