Rarely does a movie come along that it challenges a person to the very fiber of their being. Rarely does a movie get made that makes an individual rethink everything they know about themselves. Josie & The Pussycats is not that movie, but it’s probably not as terrible as you might think. Join the Popmosis Film crew of Josiah, Tyler, and Paul as they dare to ask the question, just who is this movie even made for?

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Synopsis:

A girl group find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy to deliver subliminal messages through popular music.

Directed by Harry Elfront & Deborah Kaplan
Produced by Tony DeRosa-Grund, Tracey E. Edmonds, Chuck Grimes & Marc Platt
Screenplay by
Deborah Kaplan & Harry Elfont
Characters by
Richard Goldwater, Dan DeCarlo & John L. Goldwater
Music by John Frizzell
Cinematography by Matthew Libatique
Edited by Peter Teschner
Released April 11, 2001

Starring
Rachael Leigh Cook – Josiah McCoy
Rosario Dawson – Valerie Brown
Tara Reid – Melody Valentie
Alan Cumming – Wyatt Frame
Parker Posey – Fiona