This rabbit hole goes deep. Hearing interviews from the cast and crew, film critics and other filmmakers just brings a better understanding behind the reasoning for this enjoyment of such a terrible film. You Don’t Nomi, Jeffrey McHale’s documentary that world-premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, asks whether it should be looked at as something more. We'd love to have you join our email group so you can stay updated on breaking news. RLJE Films releases the film on VOD and digital on Tuesday, June 9. Jeffrey McHale’s You Don’t Nomi, one of two new documentaries focusing on Showgirls’s phoenix-like rise from the ashes of infamy, is a deep-esque dive into its critical life after death, a story told solely through the critics and fans who’ve watched the film’s reputation morph since its release and have morphed … With Matthew Baume, Elizabeth Berkley, Jeffery Conway, Joe Eszterhas. That's why we won't always post everything publicly. You Don’t Nomi. You Don’t Nomi is exclusively about Showgirls’ life after its initial flop. I highly recommend that anyone, whether you … Editor’s note: This review was originally published at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. Directed by Jeffrey McHale. Made for $45 million and grossing just $37.8 million in theaters, Showgirls is a poster boy for the box office bomb. A scene from the documentary, 'You Don't Nomi.' Paul Verhoeven's Showgirls (1995) was met by critics and audiences with near universal derision. [Rating: Solid Rock Fist Up] On demand and digital tomorrow, You Don’t Nomi, writer/director Jeffrey McHale‘s new documentary on the cultural phenomenon of the 1995 Paul Verhoeven film Showgirls, traces the movie from its initial release and mockery to the recent reappraisal as a cult classic.As the film … You Don't Nomi (208) ... Little did I know that there was this cult audience behind the glitz and glamour. It’s also a love letter to the campy dazzle and … RLJE Films. You Don't Know Lyrics: I know you've got the best intentions / Just trying to find the right words to say / I promise I've already learned my lesson / But right now, I wanna be not okay / I'm so tired A chorus of film critics and fervent devotees explore the complicated afterlife of 1995’s biggest film flop, Paul Verhoeven’s SHOWGIRLS, from disastrous release to cult adoration and extraordinary redemption. The world will be shocked by our movie. The best part of YOU DON’T NOMI comes in the final 20 minutes when McHale analyzes how SHOWGIRLS has lent itself to numerous satirical spoofs in the last decade. This isn’t a documentary about the making of Showgirls, nor is it a look back from the cast and crew; the only interviews with the people who made Showgirls are purely archival. One of the more inspired riffs is a musical that ran Off-Broadway entitled SHOWGIRLS: THE MUSICAL starring April Kidwell.