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Time Out With Britney Spears

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Review by Marc Girdler | posted January 28, 2000 | E-mail the Author
Movie: Time Out With Britney Spears is a disc for Spears' fans, chock full of everything you could want, within reason. The disc contains music videos for Britney's hits "...Baby One More Time", "Sometimes", and "(You Drive Me) Crazy). You have the option of having the lyrics appear on screen, which is cool if you like to sing along, but have a bad memory. The disc also houses a Britney trivia game, which is good for someone I guess, as well as a behind the scenes segment, which runs just under seventeen minutes. The footage is pretty good, but most of it is taken from MTV, so the content is not all exclusive to the disc. A few pages of text make up the biography section, which for Britney fans should be an interesting read. A decent photo gallery is included, with mixture between candid and professional shots. Back to the trivia game for a second, the video clips that play after an incorrect answer are pretty damn funny, although they get annoying very fast. The disc also includes about ten minutes of concert footage, taken from Britney's Disney Channel performance. Again, you can choose to display the lyrics or not. There is also some random goodies if you explore the disc, but not much.

Video: The disc is music videos and interviews, so full frame is right on. The quality looks a little better than television, but not that much. The mastering must have been good, because no compression errors rise up. Everything seems in order, with bright and bold colors, natural flesh tones, and correct shadow levels, although not many appear outside of the videos. Not much else to discuss.

Audio: Oh yeah. You can choose between a 2.0 and 5.1 track for the videos, and of course, I went for the big guns. The music sounds very rich, better than my CD, I know that much. Oops, did I just admit I have her CD? Anyway, the music sounds excellent, with fullness that is amazing. The depth of the sound is outstanding, you should get this disc to hear it if you're a Spears' fan.

Extras: Just what I mentioned above.

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