Netflix’s eye-popping documentary is as uncomfortable and infuriating as it’s unbelievable and shocking

Netflix’s eye-popping documentary is as uncomfortable and infuriating as it’s unbelievable and shocking

Movie: Britney vs Spears
Britney vs Spears Cast: Kevin Federline, Jamie Spears, Felicia Culotta, Tania Baron, Adnan Ghalib, Mark Vincent Kaplan, John James Nazarian, James Edward Spar, Brett Miller, Adam Streisand, Sam Lutfi, Jenny Eliscu, Tony Chicotel, Lorilee Craker, Howard Grossman, Sam Ingham, Andrew Wallet, Erin Lee Carr
Britney vs Spears Director: Erin Lee Carr
Where to Watch: Netflix
Reviewed by: Russel D’Silva Also Read – Hollywood News Weekly Rewind: BTS’ V reveals what he misses the most about being on tour, Blackpink’s Lisa promises to educate herself for THIS reason

Check out the five main reasons you should watch Britney vs Spears on Netflix in our Britney vs Spears review…

Nostalgic trip

Before getting at the heart of the tragedy that is Britney Spear’s conservatorship and how her father, Jamie Spears, has abused her rights through it, the documentary explores all the things that made Britney Spears a superstar and one of the biggest pop-culture icons the world over. Also Read – Trending Hollywood news today: ARMY cannot stop raving over Kim Taehyung’s visuals from BTS X Coldplay’s My Universe MV, Britney Spears’ father removed as her guardian and more

Digs deep

Britney vs Spears lays bare all what led to the conservatorship of Britney and digs to the root cause of how it has turned into the sordid affair that it is today. Also Read – Britney Spears’ father removed as her guardian, bringing an end to a long, controversial legal battle

Shocks, infuriates, and makes you uncomfortable

Not many documentaries are capable of evoking myriad emotions like shock, anger, discomfort and disbelief. Britney vs Spears successfully touches upon them all and then some.

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Newfound solidarity

Let’s face it: Not everybody has been a fan of Britney Spears’ music. However, regardless of your opinions about her work, once you watch this Netflix documentary, you’d be hard pressed not to support her and hope that her fiend of a father disappears from her life forever (yes, not all parents are a divine gift, face it).

Parallel subplots

Besides the core subject of her conservatorship at the hands of father Jamie Spears, the documentary also explores a few other important aspects of Britney’s personal life, making it all the more engrossing.

Rating :
3.5 out of 5

3.5 Star Rating

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