Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
In the end, it's much ado about not very much, certainly not enough to catapult Bass into a film career, but probably enough to satisfy 'N Sync fans. Read full review
Peppy, painless and -- happily -- not altogether brainless. Read full review
On the Line's cutesy premise is no more ridiculous than that of most romantic comedies. Read full review
The movie has some clumsy dialogue and awkward turns, but the picture is brisk and likable. Read full review
When so many PG-13 movies are encroaching on R-rated turf, it's heartening to see a film that responsibly approaches its audience. Read full review
On the Line would like to be ''Serendipity'' for the Oxy-and-Skechers set, but it feels more like the worst movie Michael J. Fox never made. Read full review
The only reason to sit through On the Line is for some entertaining, if fleeting, musical moments. Read full review
Whether he's the victim of poor directing or misguided ambition, Bass is almost entirely charisma-free. Read full review
More "it stinks" than *NSYNC. Read full review
An agonizingly creaky movie that laboriously plods through a plot so contrived that the only thing real about it is its length. Read full review
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