This DVD features every music video Britney Spears has ever filmed up to her 2004 release of her Greatest Hits CD. Twenty videos are included including her very first video "...Baby One ... See full summary »
An intimate look at one of the most overexposed yet under-revealed stars of today as she faces one of her biggest challenges ever while finishing her album, shooting videos, doing press -- and being a mom.
Britney Spears sits down with MTV News' Sway to talk about her new album, Femme Fatale, lets viewers follow her to the studio and to the set of her new video for "Till The World Ends", ... See full summary »
Paul 'Pauly D' DelVecchio,
A very beautiful and touching, well done documentary; should open up a lot of peoples' eyes
I do not expect many people on this site to understand, or further more like Britney Spears. To me, she is a wonderful, talented, intelligent person who just went on a very wrong path. Everybody makes mistakes and I am very glad that she decided to do this documentary to tell people about all the problems she faced.
I love how she just talks about how she is a strong person, and you can totally tell she is, because after all the crap she went through, she is still standing; singing, dancing, smiling, and laughing her way through it all, and even when she's down, she still finds a way to look as happy as ever. In this documentary, Britney mainly focuses on telling everyone how she has been taken advantage of and her relationships caused her severe problems, in which to those problems, she chose bad decisions, and she understands that. She even manages to tell the audience that she doesn't even know herself what the hell she was thinking and to me that shows a very bold and courageous woman.
I love her, and of course all her fans like me love her, and sure she has haters, but every celebrity does, and all in all, this documentary did get a little boring at times, but it really showed the true Britney Spears, and made me, and should make a lot of other people, appreciate the already widely loved pop idol. She's a very smart, brave, beautiful, and of course wonderfully voiced person who is just stereotyped by so many people for the wrong reasons.
Last things I have to say, is that this is very powerful, and a lot of people should watch it. It catches your full attention and you enjoy seeing all the good, positive things about Britney's life, and you feel pity for her when you hear all the bad, negative things she's been through. Loved this documentary, and I definitely, no doubt about it, love Britney Spears.
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