Britney Ever After (2017)

TV Movie   |  TV-14   |    |  Biography, Drama, Music

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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.




  • Rees Townsend and Mason Fairhurst in Britney Ever After (2017)
  • Natasha Bassett in Britney Ever After (2017)
  • Natasha Bassett in Britney Ever After (2017)
  • Benjamin Arcé in Britney Ever After (2017)
  • Natasha Bassett and Benjamin Arcé in Britney Ever After (2017)
  • Rees Townsend and Mason Fairhurst in Britney Ever After (2017)

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18 February 2017 | jtaveras64
| An opportunity for greatness missed and turned into the cartoonish mess it was expected it be.
Initially from the opening shots it felt like I was watching an SNL version of Britney's life ..From the cooky vibe, to the tacky accent to the overly hyped up 9 year old silly girl performance of the lead, I knew I was watching a joke and a disaster, but I was curious.

The girl has 0 sex appeal nor conviction nor even physical attractiveness (with all due respect to her off course) but its insulting to one the biggest pop icons in the world who's known for being sexy, sultry and physically perfect.

I assumed they could not use the real music for copy right infringement issues that could result in a law suit, and that is what happens when you make a movie about someone whose life is not even half way through being lived and does not approve of the story. That affected the story GREATLY ! Not a single Britney song lol

There are levels of bad, and I came into this with poor expectations, but it surprised me just how truly horrid it was, the acting the direction, the story layout, above all the lead, and everything in between. The amateurish direction, the poor production values and the terrible cast truly destroyed a powerful story into a messy, clichéd film.

An opportunity to recreate greatness and capture vulnerability, iconic moments of real life, style and inspiration missed.

Final Grade F-

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