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Music Video: LoveStoned / I Think She Knows Interlude

Artisit: Justin Timberlake

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:27

  • Copyright: Justin Timberlake

Music Video For LoveStoned / I Think She Knows Interlude By Artist Justin Timberlake

Reviews For LoveStoned / I Think She Knows Interlude By Artist Justin Timberlake

  • very good.

    By ebg0719
    i think this video is fricken cool!!!
  • Good singer; not hot

    By redtwilight
    Love the song and the way he sings, but i just realized that he is sooo not hot!!!
  • Good Song / Bad Video

    By Andy-Garcia
    I dont like the video. Not worth paying 1.99
  • some how made great song turn into bad video

    By youastupid
    The regular song "Lovestoned/I think she knows" is a great song, although the video his horrible!
  • This is a great video, i'm a music video director myself, and this video is great

    By THE_Brazilionaire
    This was a very innovative video, most people can't comprehend the thought behind the whole thing. The theme for the album is FUTURE sex love sounds not the other way around. This was a very very original idea, love the editing, love the colors, love the style, love the "marshmellow" room at the end. If anybody disagrees show me a video you've directed that's btter then this and then we can talk.
  • come on justin!

    By icemonkeyX
    I love this song, it's one of my top 5, but the video just doesnt measure can do better than that
  • Pointless

    By tostitos
    I love the song, but who came up with the video? It has no point at all. The effects are pretty cool, but it's a lame idea for a music video.
  • Love the song\video, but...

    By WooHoo17
    Love the song\video but where is a video of Until the end of time? Thats his best song! And also iTunes should get that song w\ out the purlude. Can iTunes do that for me? Click yes if you agree
  • Good

    By outlineg6
    The song is an ok type of song. I kind of like the video because you can easily remember this video because it only has 2 scenes in it the blue and the gray parts. This song and video deserves 4 stars.
  • In the words of my newphew... "What the Hell!"

    By Liquid's Back
    I want my money back. Just you should have let me directed this vid, I could have done this song justice... Holla Back

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