S Club - Seeing Double [DVD] 
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Join international pop music sensations S CLUB (Rachel, Hannah, Jon, Tina, Bradley and Jo) as they sing, dance and charm their way intoand out oftrouble in this hysterical, rocking, big screen adventure! It's hard work being a member of one of the world's most popular bands! After S Club complains to their manager about how tired they from the demanding life on the road, they wake up to find that the tour has moved on without them. When they discover that an evil scientist has been cloning pop starsincluding all six members of S Clubit's time for them to get to work! Crazy, funnyand completely entertainingget set for some great beats, plenty of big laughs and one wild and zany ride!
S Club's Seeing Double will be best remembered as the film that marked the end of the band. Their demise wasn't caused by this film being particularly dire but rather their big-screen outing was the contractual glue, which kept the group together a little longer than they probably wished. Incorporating the standard pop movie themes--a control-freak manager, over-zealous fans and the stresses of living on the road--the film also makes the customary tongue-in-cheek references to the fragility of manufactured pop groups.
Centred around the S Clubbers' shock discovery that clones of the band are touring America, the film tracks the six as they attempt to capture the impostors and their evil creator, Victor Clonemaster. Peppered with some of their greatest hits--including a musical-style version of "Don't Stop Movin'" performed in a prison--their back catalogue is surprisingly under used.
As the group admit in the accompanying interviews, this film is no masterpiece. There are no glitzy special effects and the clones of the six are created by clever camera angles rather than anything more fancy. Like Spiceworld with its Tardis tour bus, all sense of reality and location gets lost during the film. Despite some establishing shots, it's difficult to work out where the action of the film is supposed to be taking place: is it Los Angeles, Barcelona or a set at Elstree? But the need to suspend all sense of reality adds to the fun of the film, and like a Children's Film and Television Foundation production from the 1970s, this turns out to be good, wholesome entertainment, which mixes adventure, fun and irony.
On the DVD: Seeing Double on disc has some exceedingly good value extras, including a fun interactive interview section, which allows you to select (a limited number of) questions to be answered individually by the six. There are comprehensive fact files on the S Clubbers, a photo gallery and a tough interactive quiz too. --John Galilee
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It wouldn't allow me to press play to play the movie. What do I do in this situation ???
here, sclub aren't really that famous, not only because they don't promote the band enough here but also because people just don't like their music, therefore i had to order my DVD by amazon.co.uk which is a v.sad thing (AFTER ALL SCLUB ARE THE BEST).
the movie is absolutely amazing.. lots of fun and lots of laughs featuring, of course, SCLUB......
if u are a fan of them, u must have this DVD or VHS (u choose)...
SCLUB ARE REALLY HOT, SHAME THEIR SPLIT UP..
After S Clubs constant moaning about having more time off their manager "Allister" strangely disopears while S Club spend the night in a Hotel.
They later come to the conclusion its all a Joke but when they see themselves Live on T.V it starts getting really freaky!
You must see this film! You will kick yourself if you do not see it! Its a great film to own! grab your copy now!!
Their music is painful to listen to, and watching the film is the same.
Not even a quarter of a star rating.
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