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CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC: Blu-ray (EMI, 1980) Shout! Factory

"This movie's a revolution!  I mean, this movie is launching whole new careers and we need new stars today. Warren and Ryan and Redford - these people are way over 40.” -Allan Carr I suppose there is something to be said for a movie so witless, tacky and gawd-awful that it became the first ever recipient of the Golden Raspberry. From its ultra-wacky faux history of how the band, the Village People came together, to Steve Guttenberg’s all-energy goofball with dreams of becoming a DJ at an ultra-swanky discotheque, to Olympic decathlon superstar, Bruce ‘call me Kaitlyn’ Jenner’s mistaken crack at a movie career, Can’t Stop the Music (1980) is such a colossally inane and insane idea for a musical, one has to sincerely consider the source of this frisky and fetishistic fiasco first: producer, Allan Carr whose list of (choke!) accomplishments included a mid-sixties failed revival of the Ziegfeld Follies, a meager investment in Walt Disney’s last personally supervised musical clunke…

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