“Lame.” “Off-putting.” “Spectacularly bad.”
Movie critics were not kind to “Josie and the Pussycats” when it came out in 2001.
Based on the fantasy girl group from the old Archie comics, the film sought to bring singer-guitarist Josie McCoy and her friends (who’d also been the subjects of an early-’70s cartoon) into the age of ’N Sync and MTV’s “Total Request Live.”
Rachael Leigh Cook, fresh off her success in the teen hit “She’s Al…
ENTERTAINMENT – Los Angeles Times