Spice World

Spice World

Out Now On-Demand

You say you want a revolution?

The Spice Girls made a musical comedy. Emma Bunton (Baby Spice), Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice), Melanie Brown (Scary Spice), Mel C (Sporty Spice) and Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice) - in a nod to the Beatle's A Hard Day's Night - zip around London in preparation of a major concert at London's Royal Albert Hall.


Worst Actress winner at the 1999 Razzie Awards (shared amongst all Spice Girls)

Directed by

Comedy, Musical


Rating: PG Sexual references


Los Angeles Times


A movie about four months too late to endure in the pop-culture annals and about four stars too short to be a four-star movie.

Variety (USA)


Will delight the Fab Five's pre-pubescent fans, recall fond memories of the '60s to those who actually lived through them, and be forgotten within six months.

Time Out London


Spiers' pseudo-documentary bubble-and-squeak allows the girls to dress up, dress down, change identities, ride around in a Union Jack bus, rub shoulders with a large cameo cast, and indulge in vacuous banter. Help!

Roger Ebert (Chicago Sun-Times)


Obviously intended as a ripoff of A Hard Day's Night, which gave the Beatles to the movies. They should have ripped off more -- everything they could get their hands on.

Empire (UK)


Attempting to embellish the Spice Girls with the lightly fantastical-cum-satirical Beatles-movie vibe, Bob Spiers manages only to lamely reiterate that the only phenomena hereabouts is one of packaging.