Can't Stop The Music

Can't Stop The Music 1980

New York City DJ/Songwriter Jack Morell (Steve Guttenberg) needs just one big break to get his music heard and land a record deal. But with the help of his retired supermodel roommate (Valerie Perrine) and an uptight tax attorney (Bruce Jenner), they bring to…
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MEDIUM LEVEL VIOLENCE, LOW LEVEL COARSE LANGUAGE, LOW LEVEL SEX SCENE

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New York City DJ/Songwriter Jack Morell (Steve Guttenberg) needs just one big break to get his music heard and land a record deal. But with the help of his retired supermodel roommate (Valerie Perrine) and an uptight tax attorney (Bruce Jenner), they bring together six singing macho men from the Greenwich Village scene for an outrageously 80s adventure of fun, fantasy and disco fever. Welcome to the not quite so straight story of the creation of the Village People in their one and only movie musical extravaganza.

This is CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC!

Loved by Australian audiences, CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC is the notoriously camp classic produced by Allan Carr (of Grease fame) that features the Village People performing Y.M.C.A., Milk Shake, I Love You To Death, Magic Night and more!

Member Reviews

  • The Village People sing their favourites with a thin but somewhat amusing story stringing the various songs together. If you enjoy the music and the costumes you should like the movie - it beats a straight music video IMO.

  • Actually pretty crook. Beautiful Barbara Rush, cute June Havoc (Gypsy Rose Lee's sister, the baby June of the musical "Gypsy") and some bouncy music make it reasonably enjoyable.

  • it what it is, budget, fluffy eightys movie

  • This movie has not dated well. I enjoyed it far more in 1980 than I did this second time around.