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The Spice Girls have plenty of personality, and that helps make up for the lapses in inspiration that keep their feature debut from being a truly good movie and potential cult piece. As with Richard Lester'sHard Day's Night,Spice World is about a few days in the collective life of the all-female British group; and the banter is suggestively representative of how the Girls all speak to one another. But the value of individual scenes is woefully inconsistent, reaching a low point in a dumb sequence when a gaggle of extraterrestrials hit them up for autographs. Fortunately, the film is full of great people, or in some cases good people doing great things: Richard E. Grant, Roger Moore, Alan Cummings, Mark McKinney, and tons of cameos from the likes of Elton John, Elvis Costello, and Bob Hoskins. You don't have to be 11 years old and female to get some enjoyment out of this movie, but it might help. The DVD has optional full-screen and widescreen presentations, optional Spanish and French soundtracks, and optional English, Spanish, and French subtitles.--Tom Keogh
musical growth on this CD spice girls explore different styles of music on this record, when I first heard spice up your life, I was like WHOA WHAT IS THIS? I couldn't believe it was the same group who put out spice, as good as that album was and still is. They show artistic growth on this record and are more involved in the songwriting. There are motown and broadway influences musically on this record, as well as disco, latin, and their dance/pop sound. Unlike backstreet boys, all their music did NOT sound the same and that's what made them shine in their heyday, definitely get this for old times sake.