Crossover (2001)

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Crossover, an original IFC production on musicians in the movies, is a part of the IndieRocks Festival and is directed by Academy-Award nominee Steven Cantor.

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Crossover, an original IFC production on musicians in the movies, is a part of the IndieRocks Festival and is directed by Academy-Award nominee Steven Cantor.

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Okay, but not great
26 October 2001 | by (Evansville, Indiana) – See all my reviews

I was flipping through the channels last night and stumbled upon this television series that deals with musicians who have *crossed over* into acting. This documentary would have been great if it didn't spend half of the movie focusing on NSYNC members Lance Bass and Joey Fatone. They have only done one movie and they were the featured. WHY??? There are some great bits with Meat Loaf, Bette Midler, Ice-T, Jewel, Courtney Love, and Willie Nelson. To bad the movie didn't spend more time on them. I mean, Bette Midler, Meat Loaf, and even Willie Nelson has been in the business for thirty years now and their segments were no more than two minutes a piece. It was very uneven...


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