Elizabeth Berkley
Director: Paul Verhoeven Cast: Elizabeth Berkley
Elizabeth Berkley
, Gina Gershon
Gina Gershon
, Kyle MacLachlan
Kyle MacLachlan
Paul Verhoeven

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"I'm gonna dance," Nomi Malone (Elizabeth Berkley) insists in the opening scene of Showgirls, and dance she does. In this quasi-update of All About Eve, Nomi is a drifter whose sole ambition is to headline the "Goddess" topless dance show at the Stardust in Las Vegas. Of course, even Nomi must pay her dues, and she does so at the Cheetah, grinding poles and lap dancing her way to a future. Fortunately, her roommate, Molly, works at the Stardust and invites Nomi to see the show, where she meets Crystal Conners (Gina Gershon, in the Bette Davis role), with whom she immediately forms a love/hate relationship. Nomi soon learns what she must do to get ahead, and the rest of the film documents her cat-like crawl up the showgirl ladder of success. Directed by Paul Verhoeven, (Robocop, Basic Instinct, The Fourth Man), Showgirls was conceived as the first big-budget "adult" film since 1977's Caligula, and the first such production to wear the NC-17 rating; its failure at the box-office discouraged further attempts at large-scale adult productions.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/17/2007
UPC: 0027616081407
Original Release: 1995
Rating: NC-17
Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:11:00
Sales rank: 5,245

Special Features

The Greatest Movie Ever Made: Audio Commentary by David Schmader With Video Commentary on teh Strip Club Dance Scene by The girls of Scores; Lap Dance Tutorial Featuring the World-Famous Girls of Scores; A Showgirls Diary: Storyboard-to-Screen Featurette; Trivia Track Includes Revealing Information About the Film.

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Elizabeth Berkley Nomi Malone
Gina Gershon Cristal Connors
Kyle MacLachlan Zack Carey
Robert Davi Al Torres
Alan Rachins Tony Moss
William Shockley Andrew Carver
Glenn Plummer James Smith
Gina Ravera Molly Abrams
Lin Tucci Henrietta Bazoom
Greg Travis Phil Newkirk
Al Ruscio Mr. Karlman
Patrick Bristow Marty Jacobsen
Michelle Johnston Gay Carpenter
Dewey Weber Jeff
Rena Riffel Penny
Melissa Williams Julie
Lance Davis Bell Captain
Jack McGee Jack the Stagehand
Bobbie Phillips Dee
Joan Foley Jail Matron
Kevin Stea Daryl
Lisa Boyle Sonny
Alexander Folk Booking Sergeant
Alexander Zale Doctor
Irene Olga Lopez Personnel Woman
Julie Pop Nurse
Jim Wise Cheetah Loudmouth
Rick Marotta Long-Haired Drunk
Paul Bates Cheetah Bouncer
Fernando Celis Hector
Robert Dunn Chimp Trainer
Jason Yribar Goddess Dancer
Judette Warren Spelling Dancer
Maria Diaz Yoga Dancer
Madison Clarke Classes Dancer
Chris Tedesco Jazz Combo
Patrick Seymour Jazz Combo
Jim Ishida Mr Okida
Carrie Ann Inaba Goddess Dancer

Technical Credits
Paul Verhoeven Director
Allan Cameron Production Designer
Lynn Ehrensperger Associate Producer
Joe Eszterhas Screenwriter
Charles Evans Producer
David Forrest Makeup
Joseph Geisinger Sound/Sound Designer
Richard C. Goddard Set Decoration/Design
Mark Goldblatt Editor
Robert C. Goldstein Set Decoration/Design
Anette Haellmigk Camera Operator
Mark Helfrich Editor
Elaine Huzzar Casting
Mario Kassar Executive Producer
Alan Marshall Producer
Timothy A. Miguel Makeup
Ellen Mirojnick Costumes/Costume Designer
Ben Myron Co-producer
WIlliam F. O'Brien Art Director
Marguerite Pomerhn-Derricks Choreography
Johanna Ray Casting
Ellen H. Schwartz Asst. Director
Dave Stewart Score Composer
Stan Tropp Set Decoration/Design
Jost Vacano Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Showgirls
1. Title/Switchblade Nomi [3:19]
2. Friend or Faux [4:51]
3. It's the Show, Girl! [4:09]
4. Cristal Magic [3:43]
5. She Can Dance [3:38]
6. Cheetah's House Rules [1:05]
7. Is it Dancing? [1:53]
8. Lap Dancer's Delight [1:53]
9. The Dress She Wants [3:31]
10. Stardust Material [3:31]
11. Audition: Impossible [6:33]
12. Training Ground [6:33]
13. Movin' on Up [1:21]
14. "It's a Ver-sayce" [1:59]
15. Practice Run [1:50]
16. For the Very First Time [5:55]
17. Discarded [5:35]
18. A New Start [3:32]
19. Boat Convention [3:27]
20. Tough Break No. 1 [1:53]
21. Pool Daze [4:17]
22. "Nomi's Got Heat" [2:05]
23. James' Show [:00]
24. Easy Come, Easy Go [6:48]
25. Touch Break No. 2 [6:37]
26. A Star is Born [4:51]
27. Sad, Mad Molly [6:20]
28. Goddess, Star & Groupie [4:54]
29. Polly's Rap Sheet [3:01]
30. Payback [1:24]
31. Nicely Settled [3:48]
32. End Credits [2:57]

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4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
ClayMonkey More than 1 year ago
The movie so cheesy you just have to watch it... I am repulsed and fascinated all at once, and cannot look away. From the moment hitch-hiking Liz Berkely flashes her jack-knife to the leering truckdriver, I'm hooked. Never has such horrendous acting, pained scripting, and cliche'd plot brought so much pleasure. What a classic. Thank you, Paul Verhoeven!
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a very good movie! i liked it alot!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love to Hate it Every character is a selfish, shameless, opportunist. The story is intense and absurd at the same time : And, yes, this has Elizabeth Berkley fully nude. Plus Gina Gershon and Bobbie Phillips just short of full nude. This is a comedic and explicit example of how trashy Vegas can be. Fans love to hate it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Only serious film buffs may get the high degree of pleasure that this howler delivers (and it is not the same pleasure that this film delivers to young teen boys looking for skin-shots.) It takes an appreciation of good taste, and a solid sense of irony, to 'get' one this bad, but it replaced 'Valley of the Dolls' as the best-bad in my book and that says alot. This one is epic. Seekers of camp and kitsch: this is the 8x10-glossy-motherlode.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Anyone who rates this movie badly with the opinion that the acting is bad and its too racey...please! You saw the cover and read the description before you got on this ride! Its a CAMPY CULT CLASSIC! Its supposed to be bad. In fact its the best bad movie ever made! Numbers don't lie and this is on the list of top 20 bestselling MGM DVD's. Enjoy it for what it is: taste-less trash that will make you laugh time and again! Pass the doggy chow and the lee press-on's and roll the film!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Yeah, yeah, it's one of the worst movies ever made; we've read the reviews. Still, Showgirls is that rare film that's so howlingly bad it's surprisingly entertaining. In attempting to make a serious drama about ambitious (and mostly nude!) Vegas artistes, Verhoeven and Eszterhas gave the world one of the best-ever unintentional comedies. Finally, someone figured this out and packaged a re-release that acknowledges Showgirls' over-the-top campiness.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This trash-fest is fierce. Elizabeth Berkeley is over the top. Gina Gershon is sexy and mean. Kyle McLachlan is basically a chin with a nice butt. The whole cast has done themselves proud, whether they were in on the joke or not. The plot is wonderful and awful at the same time. Theres so many great one-liners it makes my head spin. Nothing and I mean NOTHING can compare. I dare you not to love it.
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