‘N Sync heartthrobs Lance Bass and Joey Fatone stretch their thespian muscles in their acting debut. A young man (Bass) is smitten with a girl (Emmanuelle Chriqui) he meets on a subway train and spends the rest of the movie trying to reunite with her. The man’s best friend (Fatone) helps him in his quest by wallpapering Chicago with posters and signs that soon become the talk of the town.
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