On the Line Reviews

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December 6, 2005
March 16, 2004
March 10, 2003
December 17, 2002
December 8, 2002
October 19, 2002
October 14, 2002
October 13, 2002
This movie is so loopy and simplistic, you question the inspiration behind such a sappy farce.
October 13, 2002
August 23, 2002
For his character being such a die-hard Cubs fan, [Lance] Bass throws a baseball like an 8-year-old girl.
June 20, 2002
Let's put it this way - there are bad movies, really bad movies, and there's On the Line.
March 22, 2002
An innocuous romantic comedy about missed connections, like Serendipity for people who can't vote yet.
November 3, 2001
Things get more and more saccharine just about every time anyone opens their mouth.
October 30, 2001
Less a romance than a feature-length plug for 'N Sync and its personalities.
October 29, 2001
With wide-eyed innocence and without a visible smidgen of acting talent, Bass smiles his way through the movie.
October 29, 2001
If any of these characters had even a double-digit IQ, there'd be no movie.
October 29, 2001
Lance Bass in his debut performance overdoses the audience with too much wide-eyed innocence and enthusiasm.
October 29, 2001
It is faux-wacky, thoroughly bland and predictable, and possessed of no emotion whatsoever.
October 29, 2001
From the disgruntled parent/movie critic's point of view, we begin and end with the understanding that this is an eighty-minute long commercial for ten-year old girls.
October 29, 2001
Abominably written, directed and acted...wretched from first stop to last.
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