Hannah Spearritt's coloured hair wasn't chosen by the stylist. She coloured them a few days before filming began and the director liked it and kept them in. See more »
While filming the music video, we see Hannah and Jon trying to improvise the dance moves which they don't know yet we see a shot of Rachel (who is also pretending to be a clone) following the routine perfectly, when she shouldn't know it at all. See more »
I promise you, it won't always be like this; one day, your records won't sell, the label will drop you and even I won't return your calls.
I like the sound of the last bit anyway.
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Outtakes are shown as the ending credits roll. See more »
A little research on my part revealed that the singing group S Club never really took off in North America. Watching this feature length movie starring the members of the group gives some clues as to why that might have been. To start with, the music in the movie isn't exceptional at all. It's not awful, but it's interchangeable and instantly forgettable. But that's not by far the only problem with the movie. The script is a main offender; the thin story is stretched out past the breaking point, and the members of S Club are written to be extremely bland and lacking serious personality... when they don't come across as being incredibly stupid. What's worse is that all of this material is directed in a manner that gives what's happening in front of this almost no energy or enthusiasm at all. It's easy to see why this movie never got a theatrical release on this side of the Atlantic.
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