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Britney Spears: Toxic (2004)

Donning various outfits, Britney assumes fantasy roles, from sexy air hostess to dangerously bad girls that go progressively darker and darker. All to show how lethal yet irresistibly alluring she can be.

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Joseph Kahn
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Patrick Grasso ... Passenger
Britney Spears ... Britney Spears
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Donning various outfits, Britney assumes fantasy roles, from sexy air hostess to dangerously bad girls that go progressively darker and darker. All to show how lethal yet irresistibly alluring she can be.

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The song has also appeared in feature films such as Knocked Up, You Again and television series Doctor Who. See more »

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mile high with Britney
21 March 2017 | by RavenGlamDVDCollectorSee all my reviews

Those crows come flying at you from the screen. Somehow they are more reminiscent of vultures heralding something ominous. As they fly past silently (I expected them to caw and screech) up next is the passenger jet. The camera enters. Britney is there, in a very unlikely-to-ever- exist air hostess outfit. Reaching for the in- flight phone. "Baby, can't you see, I'm calling..." Slinking down the aisle, catering to the needs of all the passengers. Efficient service. The difficult ones included. "It's dangerous..." She helps a male passenger, and seduces him. It seems that, in her mind, she sees the nerdy blokes as hot hunks. In turn, we see flashes of her in a sparkly diaphanous bodysuit and Britney is devastating to the highest degree. Seriously scorching! Who can take their eyes off her?

This is one of Britney's best music videos ever. I have the Britney "My Prerogative" DVD compilation, and as a special feature, included there is an original prototype riskily presented with very little by way of dress (would you believe naked?)* and censored only by the whole thing being a karaoke sing- along thing with the lettering getting into the way (ingenious, huh? spiteful, really!) but all Britney fans should see it so that they could just sigh.

*I kid thee not. I couldn't believe my eyes! This does mean that it actually exists somewhere in a vault I suppose. Perhaps, most likely, even more such...

What goes on aboard the plane is of course not complying with air traffic standards. There is passion in the cramped confined quarters of the locked little loo, and, like I said, to her, the nerdy bloke changes into a super-hunk. And apparently stays that way, still feeling like a tiger.

Then she's in a red wig on the back of a muscular black man's motorcycle, at night, speeding through the streets with the city lights flashing past. She turns out to be something like a leather-clad spy-girl rifling through other people's business. All the time she is acting more and more dangerous, looking quite poisonous.

"I'm addicted to you, but you know that you're toxic..."

The hair turns black, she looks about as hazardous to health as a black widow spider. But she keeps reminding us just how tantalizingly cute she really is with flashes of her in that enticing nearly- naked bodysuit, the darling blond fringe and the clear plastic looks-like- glass ultra-high heels, you know, the kind Pamela Anderson wears in PLAYBOY.

Not the most romantic of songs, but very hot and heavy, with a dazzlingly beautiful music video. A must-see for all her fans, and that's a sizable percentage of all the world.


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13 January 2004 (USA) See more »

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