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Spice Girls: Too Much Is Never Enough (1997)

First US television documentary about the Spice Girls, focusing on their reaction to their sudden rise to fame around the world. Candid interviews of each of the group members are ... See full summary »
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First US television documentary about the Spice Girls, focusing on their reaction to their sudden rise to fame around the world. Candid interviews of each of the group members are interspersed with performances, music videos and behind-the-scenes documentary footage of them. The finale of the program is their video "Too Much," which made it's US premiere here. Written by Anonymous

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Too Much Is Never Enough!
8 July 2001 | by See all my reviews

I remember taping this special in 97 when it was on UPN. It was a two hour special that had interviews,profiles, concert cilps & more. It had alot of info on the girls and their backgrounds. My favorite part of the special must have been that at the end they premiered their video for "Too Much" which was the second single to come off their second album "Spice World" It's a shame that this more then likely will not be seen again on t.v. I remember that in 98 & some of 99 that VH1 showed the special but it was titled "Too Much Is Never Enough 2" it had only a few more interview segments. I rated this a 10 on internet movie data base, because it did very much deserve that. This was a great way for America to meet The Spice Girls.


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