Can't Stop the Music (Blu-ray)
The Musical Comedy Smash of the 80's!
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Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Rated: R
- Run Time: 2 hours, 4 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region A
- Released: June 11, 2019
- Originally Released: 2019
- Label: Shout Factory
- Note: NEW audio commentary with The Fabulous Allan Carr producer/director Jeffrey Schwarz and comedy writer Bruce Vilanch
- NEW interview with Village People's Randy Jones
- Theatrical trailer
- TV spots
- Photo galleries
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 2.35
- Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo - English
- Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
- DTS HD Master Audio - English
- Subtitles - English
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Starring||Steve Guttenberg, Valerie Perrine, Caitlyn Jenner & Village People|
|Performer:||Paul Sand, Tammy Grimes, June Havoc, Barbara Rush, Marilyn Sokol, Russell Nype, Leigh Taylor-Young & Jack Weston|
|Directed by||Nancy Walker|
|Edited by||John F. Burnett|
|Produced by||Allan Carr, Henri Belolo & Jacques Morali|
|Director of Photography:||Bill Butler|
Memorable Quotes and Dialog:
"Anyone who can swallow two Snow Balls and a Ding Dong shouldn't have any problem with pride."
- Jack (STEVE GUTTENBERG)
"You may have given up your glamorous career, but mine is just beginning."
- Jack (STEVE GUTTENBERG)
"We are going to make milk more glamorous than champagne."
- Sydney (TAMMY GRIMES)
"About the only relationship I can sustain is with a plant."
- Samantha (VALERIE PERRINE)
"Housework is like bad sex. Every time I do it I swear I'll never do it again, until company comes by."
- Party guest
"It's fun to stay at the YMCA."
- The Village People (THEMSELVES)
Rating: 1/5 -- Please DO stop the music! A '70s disco holdover.
Rating: 1/5 -- Points for not calling it "The Village People Movie" -- but not many.
Rating: 1.5/4 -- Pretty poor, but the enjoyable level of kitsch places it above the other musical turkeys of the era, all of which are far more painful to endure (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Xanadu, The Apple). Full Review
It's tough to believe any movie that opens with Steve Guttenberg dancing on rollerskates could actually get worse from there, but it does -- and in such spectacular fashion!
The Village People, along with ex-Olympic decathlon champion Bruce Jenner, have a long way to go in the acting stakes. Full Review
How bad is this infamous 1980 musical mega-dud? So bad that it stars not, one, not two, but three people who can't sing, dance or act. Full Review
Rating: 0/4 -- This botched affair... goes absolutely nowhere and failed to cause much of a stir with moviegoers who, by the time of its release, were jumping on the disco backlash bandwagon. Full Review
70's disco music and style set the tone for this flashy comedy. Samantha, a former model, comes to the aid of her roommate Jack, an aspiring songwriter who's vowed to stay celibate until he achieves musical success. Samantha invites a group of arty friends from Greenwich Village to a party -- an Indian chief, a construction worker, a cowboy, a policeman, a soldier, and a couple of leather boys! Then, they all get together and stage such a wild, campy, "dance feverish" show using Jack's songs, that his career skyrockets! The popular group "Village People" stars in this rags-to-riches musical extravaganza. Big budget production with a top of the charts soundtrack.
- Additional credits: Horace Ott (music arrangements), Michael Sullivan (special effects) and Gary Kalkin (unit publicist).
- The Village People are: Ray Simpson, David Hodo, Felipe Rose, Randy Jones, Glenn Hughes and Alex Briley.
- Shot in Panavision. Color by Metrocolor.