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.
Based on a true story, 15 year old Tina Spangler discovers she is pregnant. Her choices are abortion, adoption, or a lonely, exhausting life as a single parent. Abandoned by her boyfriend, ... See full summary »
Britney Ever After features no original Britney Spears songs. The songs "...Baby One More Time" and "Oops, I Did It again" are referenced, as well as "I'm a Slave 4 U," shown by the dance moves and the yellow python. The movie only features two covers that Spears sang during her career. The first is "Satisfaction" from the 2000 Video Music Awards, a Rolling Stones Cover, and the second is "I Love Rock 'n Roll," originally by The Arrows and an alternative version by Joan Jett. See more »
When Britney leaves the dance room after rehearsal of "I'm a Slave 4 U", a song that was released in 2001, there is a "No photos, no cellphones" sign. The cellphone is designed like a smartphone, which didn't exist until 2007. See more »
First of all, watching the movie does not give you any information or help you understand what really happened during the tough years.
Second, even though I don't know much about Britney, I do know that a lot of the movie was inaccurate.
Horrible casting - the main character does not make you feel like you are watching something about Britney's life because she does not look like her AT ALL. And the JT character -- really?? From there it only got worse - I didn't realize the guy playing Kevin was supposed to be K-Fed.
Horrible storytelling - they jumped all over the place and skipped LOTS of important things (both good and bad).
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