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Just Can't Get Enough (2002)

Based on the true story of the rise and fall of the popular male dance revue 'Chippendales'.

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Chad
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Steve
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Clayton (as J.P. Pitoc)
Peter Nevargic ...
Nick
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Spencer (as Paul Clark)
Kevin Dailey ...
Royce
Rebekah Ryan ...
Heather
Norman Cole ...
Glomski
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Hernando (as Alejandro Patino)
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Julie
Rani Pappé ...
Brittany
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Amber Lee (as Kira Reed)
Sandra Bettin ...
Dottie
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Noreen
Don Raymond ...
Fire Marshal
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Based on the true story of the rise and fall of the popular male dance revue 'Chippendales'.

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Comedy | Drama

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9 April 2002 (Netherlands)  »

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A Chippendale-fiúk  »

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Blue Balls
Performed by Brian O'Hern & The Model Citizens Big Band
Written by Brian O'Hern
Published by Brian O'Hern (ASCAP)
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Awesome soundtrack. Apparently this really happened!?
16 October 2003 | by (ohio) – See all my reviews

I listened to the commentary and was surprised to learn that most of this story is taken from court records and FBI transcripts. Dialogue and all. This is a fairly entertaining drama about the owner and creator of Chippendales empire and the lengths he went to protect himself from what he felt were threats to his empire. If anything, you'll be amused by the stupidity of some of these based on real life character's actions. If you like your men cheesy and buff, your humor dark, and your music 80s, you'll like this film.


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