23 March 2017 | RavenGlamDVDCollector
isn't she Lucky, this Hollywood girl?
Years ago, I read that Jennifer Aniston's movie titles uncanny reflect her own life, well, coincidence, but Britney Spears, she generally sang about her own life, I guess that way, real emotion got thrown in, and added to her appeal.
LUCKY counts among her early work, back when she was a runaway train. Already here she sings about the emptiness in her life despite having all the trappings of a superstar. With the hindsight of knowing how much angst she has gone through publicly, it is a monument to the skyrocket that was her fame and the subsequent fading thereof.
Such reality-based things really aren't as much fun (to me) for that touch of misery brings it all down, but there is no denying that it's damn great, well worth watching (I've seen it oodles of times) and a Britney classic and totally iconic.