A chronicle of the life and career of singer Britney Spears, from humble beginnings on the Mickey Mouse Club to mega stardom, a heavily publicized fall from grace, and a monumental comeback.

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Leslie Libman

Writer:

Anne-Marie Hess
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Natasha Bassett ... Britney Spears
Nathan Keyes ... Justin Timberlake
Nicole Oliver ... Lynne Spears
Matthew Harrison ... James Spears
Peter Benson ... Larry Rudolph
Clayton James ... Kevin Federline (as Clayton Chitty)
Lindsay Gibson ... Felicia Cullotta
Jenna Berman ... Filmmaker
Benjamin Arcé ... Sam Lutfi (as Benjamin Arce)
Corey Woods Corey Woods ... Friend From Home
Josie Bulbrook ... Jamie Lynn Spears
Devon Alexander ... Bodyguard
Markian Tarasiuk ... Wade Robson
Harrison MacDonald ... Reg Jones
Emma Johnson ... Ali Sims
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A chronicle of the life and career of singer Britney Spears, from humble beginnings on the Mickey Mouse Club to mega stardom, a heavily publicized fall from grace, and a monumental comeback.

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Biography | Drama | Music

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Britney Ever After features no original Britney Spears songs. The songs "...Baby One More Time", "Oops, I Did It again" and "Womanizer" 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 »

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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 »

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Britney Spears: I just thought everyone was against me.
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References 2003 MTV Video Music Awards (2003) See more »

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I Love Rock 'n' Roll
Music and lyrics by Alan Merrill and Jake Hooker (uncredited)
Performed by Natasha Bassett
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Don't waste your time
21 February 2019 | by cleonilsonjrSee all my reviews

Terribly innacurate storyline, awful acting, and the caracters doesn't look like the real ones not even by far. Actually to be fair, the girl playing Britney does look a little bit like her when she smiles, and she does try hard to look like her, but she hardly gets close to it. I understand they can't use her music to it, but could at least create songs close to her style than the crap they came up with. And could dig deeper in the stories insteat of all those superficial happenings. Cleary the person who wrote it doesn't know Britney at all. Why haven't they asked a fan to write it? It definitely would be much better. Well...there goes 1 hour of my life which i'll never get back!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 February 2017 (USA) See more »

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Britney See more »

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Asylum Entertainment See more »
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16:9 HD
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