The film follows the Spice Girls and their entourage (mostly fictional characters) - manager Clifford, his assistant Deborah, filmmaker Piers (who is trying to shoot a documentary on "the real Spice Girls") and others in their everyday life.
- Category:Music, Comedy, Musical, Family
- Stars:Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Halliwell, Victoria Beckham, Kevin Allen, Devon Anderson, Michael Barrymore, Richard Briers, Simon Chandler, Elvis Costello, Alan Cumming, The Dream Boys, David Fahm, Jason Flemyng,
- Director:Bob Spiers,
- Writer:Spice Girls (idea), Kim Fuller (idea), Kim Fuller, Jamie Curtis (additional writing)
The film is a roller coaster ride which will spice up your life and open your eyes very wide! It follows world famous pop group The Spice Girls zip around London in their luxurious double decker tour bus having various adventures and performing for their fans. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Spice World torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: I really wanted to like this flick because the dialogue is actually pretty decent. The acting however is not, I only could handle it for about twenty minutes.
(mx) wrote: Buncha liberal BS. Who believes this crap?
(ca) wrote: A nice, uncomfortable study of awkward and self-conscious twenty-somethings and their relationships. Overlong and meandering, but stylish and warm enough to entertain.
(de) wrote: I liked it because it had some really good Bosa Nova music.
(mx) wrote: One of the most unique and hilarious comedies I've seen in quite awhile. Steve Oedekerk as a cynical asshole ranting to a camera for 90 minutes. Littered with interuptions by other minor characters, and a surreal climax with a young Jim Carrey as death. I can't believe I just discovered this cult classic.
(kr) wrote: Leigh's directing is brilliant, the actors are great, the style - a realism on verge of surrealism - is very fun. It's a shame the film lacks a real dramatic punch.
(de) wrote: This is movie is set in Boston in the early 1970's. It's a comedy but it tries to be realistic. That's hard to do when the plot involves a group of killers extorting money from the city by killing members of the city government. If this were to happen for real it would be a major news story and the whole city would be shutdown till the criminals were caught. There are too many plot lines running through the movie that prevents the stars of the movie being on screen in much of the movie. If you have Burt Reynolds and Raquel Welch in a movie in the 1970's, that's who you want to see on screen, not the supporting actors. The shows the technology the police were using in the 1970's. There are old fashion switchboards and rotary telephones. They use big bulky two-way radios to long antennas. The mayor used punched card auto-dial machines to make phone calls. The painters try to steal a bunch of old manual type writers. However they all looked like they came out of the 1940's. It would have been better if they had been using IBM electric typewriters from the 1960's. In 1970 those old manual typewriters would have been worthless. In the background of the outdoor scenes there are real life scenes of Boston with cars from the 1960's and 1970's. The clothes are not trendy so if someone wore the same clothes today they wouldn't look out of place. The movie is a mix of Dirty Harry and MASH. It tries but doesn't have any good jokes.
(au) wrote: The legend is always more romantic than the truth. Barnabas Collins is an old vampire that has returned to his family home after a long hiatus. He finds that several family members, who are excited to meet him, still reside in the residence. He immediately starts killing off the locals and shortly after turning a young lady into a vampire (and follower) he meets a doctor who believes she can cure him and a woman that resembles his long lost love. Can Barnabas be cured and live a normal life? "No human could have made those punctures." Dan Curtis, director of Intruders, The Kansas City Massacre, Trilogy of Terror, Night of Dark Shadows, and The Night Strangler, delivers House of the Dark Shadows. The storyline for this picture is entertaining and a bit unpredictable. The characters are very well delivered and the cast includes Jonathan Frid, Grayson Hall, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Roger Davis, Nancy Barrett, and Dennis Patrick. "It's as if the portrait had come to life." House of Shadows aired Halloween day on Turner Classic Movies so I decided to DVR it. I found this film very interesting and surprisingly entertaining (based on the lukewarm reviews on RT). The characters were very interesting and the death scenes were good. I do recommend seeing this picture. "I can cure you." Grade: B
(us) wrote: L'un des films de Truffaut que je prefere. Sans doute l'histoire veritable de Victor de l'Aveyron y est-elle pour beaucoup. Mais ce n'est pas tout : il y a dans la mise en scene epuree et distante que Truffaut retient pour cette oeuvre une puissance d'emotion que j'ai rarement ressentie au cinema.
(es) wrote: This is all myth. If you want the truth, read "Rasputin and The Jews: A Reversal of History" (Amazon). Rasputin fought a violent and anti-Semitic society, advocating equal rights for minorities (especially oppressed Jews) and campaigning against war. The Tsar had the blood on his hands of the senseless torture and slaughter of entire villages of Jews. Rasputin never harmed a soul. Hypocritically, the society that tried to discredit Rasputin with rumors of women and drink, was filled with promiscuous aristocrats, many of whom suffered from venereal disease (the newspapers of the time were filled with ads for cures for VD)and most of whom consumed vodka and French champagne by the case. So, if Rasputin had been an aristocrat and exhibited the rumored behavior he was maligned for, no one would have thought anything of it.
(fr) wrote: Beautiful, if not weighed down by a comically annoying performance by Marlon Brando
(es) wrote: suspenseful and enjoyable, pretty good horror flick sequel.
(it) wrote: The ending partially redeemed it to be a 1.5/10, but this movie still is terrible. I loved The River, it's in my top 25 shows of all time, and I want to own it! This was poorly acted, directed, and written. The cinematography as well as camera is terrible. The production value was atrocious, but I understand with a $15,000 budget. I guess because I don't find the premise, or how they're executing it, scary, could be the reason I don't like this, but I was extremely open minded, especially with an 83%!
(gb) wrote: AS all the other Nerd movies its Funny;;
(ru) wrote: I laughed once or twice I guess.