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Crossroads (2002)
Britney Spears stars as one of three childhood friends who re-kindle their old friendship during a cross-country road trip.

Starring Britney Spears, Zoe Saldana, Taryn Manning...  View more >

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[--- Stay Away! ---]by  
Feb 16, 2002
A friend and I saw this movie on Friday, it was opening day so there were a lot of little Britney fans there. The movie started and it just got worse as the movie went on. The previews before the movie and the leading man were the only best parts of this movie.

I would advise everyone to stay away from this movie. This movie was absolutely hilarious and the sad thing is, it isn't meant to be funny! It was just a pathetic movie and the whole point of this movie made no sense or was even remotely entertaining. It should be called a comedy because of all the pathetic and stupid things that are included in this movie.

I would once again, stay away, this faithful movie goer gives it two thumbs down.
[--- Good ---]by  
Feb 18, 2002
I thought this was a cute movie and really brought out the meaning of friendship.
[--- Stay Away! ---]by  
Feb 23, 2002
I am a HUGE fan of Britney Spears. So odviously I went to see the movie. But the movie was so predictable. I have never seen it before, and I was telling my friend who was next to me, what I thought was about to happen... and it did. We ended up walking out of the movie when Lucy (aka- Britney Spears) decides to sleep with the guy that traveled w/ them.

And the fact, that ALL the songs in the movie were already out, and they should have gotten new ones, and Britney sang most of them.

I mean, Mandy Moore and J-Lo don't sing practically ALL the songs in the movie.
[--- Good ---]by  
Mar 12, 2002
Hey, I'm not a britney fan and I liked the movie. It was heart warming, and reminded me of what my friends and I had planned to do once we graduated high school, and was never brave enough to do it. (10 years ago).

I would recommend you maybe wait for the video, but I'd see it again in the theater.
Mar 13, 2002
Britney Spears isn't ready for her close-up in "Crossroads," a horriable drama about a group of kids who went on a cross-country trip to California.

The film tell of a group of childhood friends who are reunited after graduation. They went on a trip west where Britney can patch up her relationship with her enstranged mother, (played by Kim Cattrall in a forgotten performance).

Watching this film was no fun for me or anyone else who saw this movie, especially Britney Spears fan who are going to be disapointed. "Crossroads" has a few memorable song by Spears, but that's about it. Spears never got into her character and her carmates are one-diminsional sad sacks. Mandy Moore did a much better and belevable performance in "A Walk to Remember." Spears never bother to get into her character.

The only good scene for Spears is in two scenes where she wore her undies.
[--- Good ---]by  
Mar 14, 2002
Maybe just the Britney fans disliked it.

I am not particularly fond of Britney but I thought the movie was cute.

It reminded me of Clueless with Alicia Silverstone, the way you thought the movie would be REALLY stupid but then it turned out cute anyway.

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