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Shonda Rhimes (written by)
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Release Date:
15 February 2002 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
Dreams change. Friends are forever. See more »
Plot:
Three childhood best friends, and a guy they just met, take a road trip across country, finding themselves and their friendship in the process. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
Awards:
2 wins & 11 nominations See more »
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For what it is, a teen road movie, not as bad as many are claiming. See more (569 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Britney Spears ... Lucy Wagner

Anson Mount ... Ben

Zoe Saldana ... Kit (as Zoë Saldana)

Taryn Manning ... Mimi

Dan Aykroyd ... Pete Wagner

Kim Cattrall ... Caroline

Justin Long ... Henry

Beverly Johnson ... Kit's Mother
Bahni Turpin ... Ms. Jenson
Kool Moe Dee ... Bar Owner (as Kool Mo Dee)
Richard Voll ... Dylan

Katherine Boecher ... Dylan's Other Girl (as Pippi B.)

Dave Allen ... Bar Patron (as David 'Gruber' Allen)

Kyle Davis ... High School Burnout

Branden Williams ... Kurt
Celina Belizan ... Kit's Friend

Shonda Farr ... Kit's Friend

Jaret Reddick ... Bowling for Soup, Graduation Band (as Jaret Von Erich)
Christopher Van Malmsteen ... Bowling for Soup, Graduation Band
Erik Rodham Clinton ... Bowling for Soup, Graduation Band
Gary Wiseass ... Bowling for Soup, Graduation Band

Ritchie Montgomery ... Customer

Brandon Henschel ... Guy in Bar
Janet May ... Annie
Seth Romatelli ... Talent Organizer

Jesse Camp ... Audition Applicant

Jamie Lynn Spears ... Young Lucy Wagner
Dajine Colon ... Young Kit
Crystal Milton ... Young Mimi
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ray Conchado ... Partygoer (uncredited)

Carl Conti ... Paramedic (uncredited)
Johnny Drocco ... Blue Haired Musician (uncredited)
Casey Keegan ... Boy Band Member (uncredited)

Nick Pellegrino ... High School Vice Principal (uncredited)

Directed by
Tamra Davis 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Shonda Rhimes (written by)

Produced by
Clive Calder .... executive producer
Ann Carli .... producer
David Gale .... executive producer
Victor Ho .... line producer
Rob Lee .... co-producer (as Robert Lee)
Jonathan McHugh .... co-producer
Larry Rudolph .... executive producer
Britney Spears .... executive producer
Van Toffler .... executive producer
Johnny Wright .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Trevor Jones 
 
Cinematography by
Eric Alan Edwards  (as Eric Edwards)
 
Film Editing by
Melissa Kent 
 
Casting by
Justine Baddeley 
Kim Davis-Wagner 
 
Production Design by
Waldemar Kalinowski 
 
Art Direction by
Barry Kingston 
 
Set Decoration by
Florence Fellman 
Frank Zito 
 
Costume Design by
Wendy Schecter 
 
Makeup Department
Kimberly Greene .... makeup department head
Lana Heying .... hair stylist
Lori McCoy-Bell .... hair department head
Joni Powell .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Matthew R. Hannon .... post-production supervisor (as Matt Hannon)
Victor Ho .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Melissa Cummins Lorenz .... second assistant director
Robert Lorenz .... first assistant director
Robert Lorenz .... second unit director
Marla D. Saltzer .... second second assistant director (as Marla Saltzer)
 
Art Department
Tom Benardello .... paint foreman
Michael R. Blaich .... painter
Jack Blanchard .... set dresser
Tim Broderick .... painter
James J. Burke .... art department coordinator
Daniel DiAlba .... propmaker
Sim Ezzes .... swing
Will Grant .... set dressing gang boss
Bob Hawk .... propmaker
Michael Hoapili .... assistant property master
Jim C. Johnson .... leadman
Helen Kozora .... prop buyer
Helen Kozora .... set decoration buyer
Patrick McGuire .... swing: Louisiana (as Pat McGuire)
Margaret M. Miles .... on-set dresser
Peter Mugar .... painter
Jorin Ostroska .... assistant props: Louisiana
Charles Page .... construction foreman
Jason Perlander .... swing: Louisiana
Caleb Phillips .... labor foreman
Charles Phillips .... construction coordinator
Jared Scardina .... swing
Michael Spitaletto .... painter
Scott A. Stephens .... property master
Bart Sullivan .... swing
Frank Zito .... lead man: Louisiana
 
Sound Department
Rory Ambron .... sound
Nick Clay .... sound assistant
Paul B. Clay .... sound supervisor (as Paul Clay)
Michael P. Cook .... foley editor (as Mike Cook)
Rich Cook .... dialogue editor
Andrew Dudman .... assistant sound engineer
Jim Fitzpatrick .... sound re-recording mixer
Alan Freedman .... adr mixer
Ann Hadsell .... adr mixer
Ellen Heuer .... foley artist
Michael Hoskinson .... adr editor
Michael Hoskinson .... dialogue editor
Coril Joseph .... cable person: Louisiana
David Kreutzer .... assistant sound
Aaron Levy .... sound recordist
Carey Milbradt .... sound editor
Patrick O'Sullivan .... sound effects editor
Richard Partlow .... foley artist (as Rick Partlow)
Bryan Pennington .... sound consultant: Dolby
Rudy Pi .... sound re-recording mixer
Gary Raymond .... audio playback
Joel Shryack .... boom operator
Lee Tinkham .... adr mixer
Lee Tinkham .... foley mixer
Susumu Tokunow .... production sound mixer
Casey Troutman .... foley artist
Steven A. Williams .... music composer
 
Special Effects by
Derek Crimmel .... special effects assistant
Beverley Hartigan .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Lloyd Lee Barnett .... digital compositor
Gregory Creaser .... imaging/timing supervisor
Shaina Holmes .... digital compositor
Steven Emmert .... optical compositor: THDX (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Al Goto .... stunt coordinator
Harry Harris III .... stunt coordinator
Eddie Perez .... stunt coordinator
Jason White .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Paul Beard .... lighting technician: Louisiana
Scott Browner .... camera operator
Buddy Carr .... dolly grip: Louisiana (as Stanley 'Buddy' Carr)
Raul Colletta .... video assist operator
Tom Conrad .... video assist: Louisiana
Paul Daley .... gaffer
Julian de la Pena .... light board operator
Julian de la Pena .... programmer: moving lights
Cougar Easley .... lighting technician: Louisiana
Chris Eckstrom .... grip: Louisiana
Richard Fezzey .... key grip
Richard Foreman Jr. .... still photographer
Robert Forrest .... dolly grip
Matthew Gaumer .... film loader
Scott Gillis .... grip
Jason Goodowens .... grip: Louisiana
Paul Horn .... key first assistant camera
Andy C. Huber .... rigging gaffer: Los Angeles
Louis Isman .... best boy grip (as Louis 'Lucky' Isman)
Kurt Jones .... Steadicam operator
Yuri Karjane .... first assistant: b cam
Vic Keatley .... lighting technician: Louisiana (as Victor Keatley)
Christopher Kiso .... rigging best boy electrician: Los Angeles
Baqi Kopelman .... lighting technician
Jon Lindsay .... camera loader
Michael Lowrance .... electrician
George Marsala .... grip
Jordan McMonagle .... first assistant camera: "b" camera, Louisiana
Paul Olinde .... lighting technician: Louisiana
Dustin Pedone .... lighting technician
John Pedone .... best boy electric
Gregory Romero .... grip
Lynda Vincent .... second assistant camera: "b" camera, Louisiana
Giovanni Zelko .... set lighting technician
 
Casting Department
Peter Alwazzan .... extras casting
Cate Engel .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Isabela Braga .... key costumer
Linda Gardar .... key costumer: Louisiana
Caroline B. Marx .... costume supervisor
Dena Matranga .... set costumer
Giselle Spence .... seamstress (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Andi Kasen Bergman .... assistant editor
Matthew O. Murphy .... apprentice editor: film
Theresa Repola Mohammed .... negative cutter
Alexis Seymour .... first assistant editor
Mike Stanwick .... color timer
Scott Zone .... colorist
 
Music Department
Geoff Alexander .... conductor
Geoff Alexander .... orchestrator
Ramiro Belgardt .... music editor
Daniel Allan Carlin .... music supervisor (as Daniel Carlin)
Gareth Cousins .... music mixing engineer
Gareth Cousins .... music programmer
Gareth Cousins .... music recording engineer
Jim Harrison .... supervising music editor
Trevor Jones .... orchestrator
Julian Kershaw .... orchestrator
Joseph Magee .... music mixer
Gordan Nikolitch .... musical director
Steven Price .... musician: guitar solo
Gary Raymond .... music playback & live mixer
Rochelle Sharpe .... music clearance
Tony Stanton .... music preparation
Terry Wilson .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Ed Adams .... driver
Larry Arceneaux .... transportation co-captain: Louisiana
Billy Cardenas .... driver
Michael Dawes .... driver
Paul Feddersen .... transportation coordinator
David Gerry .... transportation captain
Sonny Messina .... transportation co-captain: Louisiana
Hugo Ocana .... driver (as Hugo R. Ocana)
Shannon Olivolo .... driver: cast (as Shannon Maguire)
Willie D. Partin .... driver
Poland Perkins .... transportation coordinator: Louisiana (as Poland P. Perkins)
Brian Stickgold .... driver
Lew Strong .... driver
Greagrey Waldrop .... transportation (as Greag Waldrop)
 
Other crew
Cedi Ali Rajah .... production assistant (as Cedi Snowden)
Ashley M. Armitage .... production assistant
Tim Ball .... production assistant
Michele Beeby .... assistant: Tamra Davis
Steven C. Beer .... legal counsel: Ms. Spears
Robert Bodenheaimer .... craft service: Louisiana (as Robert Bodenheimer)
Randolph Bookman .... production assistant
Adam Carrera .... stand-in: Anson Mount
Jamale Case .... set medic
Stanly Marc Childers .... assistant craft service
Felicia Culotta .... assistant: Britney Spears
Isabelle Demers .... assistant location manager
John 'Q' Elgani .... security: Britney Spears
Ryan Eustis .... production assistant: Louisiana
Erik Faes .... production assistant
Robert Feggans .... security: Britney Spears (as 'Big Rob' Feggans)
Eddie Frierson .... adr loop group
Erik Alexander Gavica .... adr loop group (as Erik A. Gavica)
Holly Goline .... production assistant: Louisiana
Karen Gottlieb .... production attorney
Kerry Gutierrez .... adr loop group
Archie Hahn .... adr loop group
Knox Hughes .... assistant: Ann Carli (as John Hughes)
Roger Jones .... production secretary
Alissa M. Kantrow .... production coordinator: Louisiana
Ted Kantrow .... caterer: New Orleans
Monica Kenyon .... key set production assistant
Amy Leland .... adr loop group
Luisa Leschin .... adr loop group
Antoinette Levine .... location manager
Tina Mahler .... stand-in: Britney Spears
Mae Makeen .... payroll accountant
Tom Martin .... assistant production coordinator
David Ross McCarty .... assistant location manager: Louisiana (as David McCarty)
Jessica Seifert McCarty .... assistant location manager
Jan McWilliams .... script supervisor
Lucas Moore .... studio teacher
Belita Moreno .... acting coach
Jeanne Mori .... adr loop group
Paul Pape .... adr loop group
Michael Pasqualone .... production assistant
Melanie Pipes .... production assistant
Tonia Pound .... production assistant: Louisiana
Leonard Reynolds .... production assistant: Louisiana
Karen Roberts .... production accountant
Sara Rubenstein .... adr loop group
Zach Selwyn .... adr loop group
Andre Soulagnet .... assistant craft service: Louisiana
Jon Sperry .... dialect coach
Nathan Stein .... assistant location manager
Nikki Taylor .... production assistant
Jason Terito .... production assistant: Louisiana
Linda Warrilow .... production coordinator
Rayshelle Willis .... first assistant production accountant (as Rayshelle 'Shelle' Willis)
Jimi Woods .... production assistant: Louisiana
Britney Spears .... concept (uncredited)
 
Thanks
David May .... very special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Not a Girl" - Japan (English title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for sexual content and brief teen drinking
Runtime:
93 min
Country:
Language:
Color:
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Argentina:13 | Australia:M | Brazil:Livre | Canada:PG (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Finland:S | France:U | Germany:6 | Hong Kong:IIA | Iceland:L | Ireland:12 | Malaysia:U | Netherlands:AL | Netherlands:MG6 | Peru:PT | Philippines:PG-13 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:15 | Spain:7 | Sweden:7 | Switzerland:10 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:10 (canton of Vaud) | UK:PG | USA:PG-13 (certificate #38551)

Did You Know?

Trivia:
During the celebration scene in hotel room in New Orleans, the song that is playing on the radio which the girls danced to is entitled "Crazy Love" by Boomkat, A.K.A. Taryn Manning.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: Lucy's locket disappears and reappears during the conversation she has with Ben as he changes his shirt.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Young Mimi:Hand me the flashlight.
Young Lucy:Here it is.
Young Mimi:Kit, I've got the shovel.
Young Kit:You do?
Young Mimi:Lucy, get the box.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in Me at the Zoo (2012)See more »
Soundtrack:
How I Could Just Kill a ManSee more »

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105 out of 144 people found the following review useful.
For what it is, a teen road movie, not as bad as many are claiming., 16 December 2002
Author: TxMike from Houston, Tx, USA, Earth

I read all the reviews and comments before seeing "Crossroads." Since I got it free from the public library, and "time" was my only investment, I'm not sorry at all. Roughly 50% of IMDb votes are "1" which is totally absurd. A more accurate rating is probably in the 4 to 6 range, compared to all similar films. "Center Stage", where the central characters are dancers training to make it big in ballet, is a similar film.

Other commentors say "Britney Spears can't sing." Those comments are equally absurd. While I'm not particularly a fan of hers, she indeed can sing, very well. As a singer she is as good as most of the rest of the young singers who cater to the teeniebopper audience. She certainly is a better singer than Madonna who achieved her fame on image alone.

Can Britney act? Compared to good young actresses, Britney is fairly amateurish. But she didn't have to stretch very far for the role of a proper, studious high school valedictorian who decided to look for her mother who abandoned her as a baby to be raised by her single father (Ackroyd). And, along the way write poetry which was then put to music by a young man who drove the three girls west to Los Angeles.

Most of the situations and dialog are silly, and there are many close-range shots of a pretty, smiling Britney. However I suspect they would appeal to the under-15 crowd of Britney fans. I enjoyed the film from the point of view that it gave me some glimpse of the real Britney, one that is not revealed in her concerts and music videos. I believe, as she grows up and out of her former image, she will develop a more mature singing and acting style and will continue her popularity for a long time. (Year 2005 update: I was wrong, she's become very strange! Year 2007 update: She has gotten even more strange! Year 2008 update: Even her little sister has become strange, and a new mother!!))

Critic Ebert gives an accurate review of the facts in the case, I will not repeat them here. While I probably would not recommend this film to anyone, I personally enjoyed watching it. Not a very good film, still it also is not a bad film. Just juvenile.

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