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Showgirls (1995)

Episode #10

United Artists released Showgirls on September 22, 1995. Paul Verhoeven directed the film starring Elizabeth Berkley, Kyle MacLachlan, and Gina Gershon.

‘Showgirls’ 30-Second Summary

In Showgirls, a young woman named Nomi Malone arrives in Las Vegas to make a name for herself as a dancer. Using her talent and some connections, she manages to get a job at a strip club called the Cheetah Club. After befriending Molly Abrams, who works as the costumer for a topless production at the Stardust, Nomi catches the eye of production’s headliner, Cristal Connors and her boyfriend, Zack Carey. They give her the opportunity to be part of the the team. While this job is much of the same—just on a grander scale—Nomi must learn to take the bad with the good if she’s to make it big.

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United Artists released Showgirls on September 22, 1995. Paul Verhoeven directed the film starring Elizabeth Berkley, Kyle MacLachlan, Gina Gershon.

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  1. Wouldn’t mind a review of wolf of wall street(Shane mentioned it when talking about the Australian rating system)

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