This DVD features every music video Britney Spears has ever filmed up to her 2004 release of her Greatest Hits CD. Twenty videos are included including her very first video "...Baby One ... See full summary »
War veteran and sharpshooter Johnny "Two-Guns" Trale returns home from Afghanistan to find that his wife and daughter have vanished without a trace - forcing him to take a job as an enforcer for a corrupt music mogul in an effort to fund his search efforts to find his family.
This DVD is a collection of promo videos from the "Janet" album to the "Damita Jo" album, covering a total of 4 albums spanning nearly 10 years.
It can be easily seen that her videos are stylish, big budget and visually appealing. For example, "All For You" stands out as being a very happy, cheerful and colourful video. In contrast, videos from 'The Velvet Rope" album are predominantly sad and dark. This is despite the videos having big budgets. Even for uplifting songs like 'Go Deep', Janet does not even laugh. The "Every Time" video is very beautifully shot, especially the underwater sequences which are highly artistic and elegant. It is a pity that this beautiful ballad did not even make Top 40 in the UK.
This video collection serves as a musical documentary of Janet Jackson's career in the past 10 years. It is entertaining to watch, so don't be put off by the low IMDb score!
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