Lance Bass' foray into the world of cinema wasn't as painful as I thought it was going to be. ‘On The Line’ is a cute romantic comedy that will leave all the teenyboppers swooning with all the pop melodies roaming through it. The supporting cast includes: Emmanuelle Chriqui as Abbey – the love interest, fellow *NSYNC mate Joey Fatone as Rod – best bud, Gregory Qaiyum as Eric aka GQ – roommate, James Bulliard as Randy – best bud, Tamala Jones as Jackie – Kevin’s nemesis at work, Dave Foley as Higgins – Kevin’s boss, Jerry Stiller as Nathan – the copyguy/mentor, Amanda Foreman as Julie, and Dan Montgomery Jr. as Brady – Kevin’s nemesis from High School and the writer who catapults the story in the public eye. Also some fabulous cameos from the likes of Richie Sambora as ‘The Mick’, Al Green, Ananda Lewis, Joanie Laurer as Chyna, and also from *NSYNC Chris Kirkpatrick and Justin Timberlake. This movie is definitely worth the rental and a bucket of popcorn.Bass portrays Kevin Gibbons in 'On The Line'. Kevin is a character who has everything going for him. Then he meets Abbey commuting on the ‘L’ train. Abbey turns out to be the girl of his dreams, his soul mate if you will and all Kevin can think to say is, “It was a pleasure commuting with you.” Known by his friends as the guy who ‘chokes’ when it comes to girls, Kevin fails to get her name and number. Thinking he missed his golden opportunity with the girl of his dreams, Kevin plasters Chicago with posters to find his mysterious Train Girl. Much to his chagrin and through some local media coverage, Kevin becomes the target of every young woman's affections in the Chicago area. What ensues is a story about many miscommunications between Kevin, Abbey and his friends; who attempt to date all the women that respond to the poster campaign. This works for a awhile until the real train girl, Abbey herself calls and GQ attempts to take her out with hilarious consequences. Then things seem to go downhill for Kevin and his friends, their scheme to date all the women blows up in their faces. Kevin gets dissed and ultimately ignored when he sees Abbey and she won’t even look at him, he gets taken off the Reebok account at work, and his mentor Nathan ends up in the hospital. In the end his friends attempt to right their wrong and find Abbey, he gets put back on the Reebok account, and Nathan finally tells him the ‘baseball’ story.Through its use of music and flashbacks this is a thoroughly entertaining movie. The imagery and messages are good ones for its intended audience. Paper airplane and baseball clichés mixed with messages of love and you will be loved along with put yourself ‘ON THE LINE’ and maybe just maybe that love will be returned. Come on now how can a movie guest starring Al Green and his music go wrong. I for one fell for it Hook Line and Sinker and will be picking up the soundtrack soon. This is just further proof that I will forever remain a kid at heart and a sucker for romance.