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Turn The Beat Around!, 13 May 2002

I like it. This is a very good concert. I actually heard about this concert ages ago but we get things in Australia late so I just watched it. This really puts Gloria Estefan in the spotlight. The music was great and the percussions sounds terrific. Watch out for Rosie O'Donnell playing the congas during the opening number.

I don't really know some of the songs she performed but they all sound great. Even the Spanish ones she does. She is joined on stage with Marc Anthony and some others. The highlight of the concert was a performance by *NSYNC. The performance was not recorded at Atlantis but at Universal Studios, Orlando Florida during their rehearsal for their "No Strings Attached Tour". Yes it's that old. People who've seen "Josie and the Pussycats" will have a kick out of this performance. Remember the videoclip for Dujour's "Back-door lover" where the camera is in one place? Well that's how this performance was recorded. Also watch out for when they really turn up the echo on Justin's "I don't wanna be a fool..."

Fans of Gloria/Marc Anthony/*NSYNC will not be bored or disappointed. I wasn't.

3 out of 4 people found the following review useful:
Wicked! I love BSB!, 6 September 2001

First of all, I would like to say that I am a very huge fan of the Backstreet Boys. This is one of the best concerts I've seen on tape/dvd. I haven't seen them actually live in concert yet. This concert is better than their other concerts on tape/dvd like Live In Concert, A Night Out With The Backstreet Boys etc.

The concert starts off with an interview with the boys about the show and us, the fans! The stage is pretty cheap. I mean they don't have any moving stages or stuff like that. They enter the stage popping out from the ground and open with "That's The Way I Like It" and "Hey Mr. DJ." If anyone has seen their Millennium tour, you will not that the dancesteps for "That's The Way I Like It" is different.

Then they slow it down with an acapella version of "Just To Be Close To You". Howie D is wicked! Then, just like A Night Out With The Backstreet Boys, each member has a solo performance. Howie does "My Heart Stays With You" while he throws white roses to the crowd. AJ does "Lay Down Beside Me." Kevins sings and grooves to "Nobody But You". His cousin Brian plays the guitar with Billy (BSB's lead guitarist) to "That's What She Said" and Nick does "I Need You Tonight".

After that, they bring it back up with "Let's Have A Party." Then the boys take over the band and do "Quit Playin' Games". Then it's "All I Have To Give" with the famous "hat routine" like you see in the video. After that it's "Anywhere For You" and "I'll Never Break Your Heart" with the stools. Then they do "As Long As You Love Me" complete with the "chair routine". They boys leave the stage like it was the end of the show but surprise the crowd and comes back out with "Get Down", getting the crowd to "raise the roof" and "We've Got It Goin' On". They end the show with "Everybody (Backstreet's Back). Before they do the song, they play the extended dance version video of "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)". Theny comes out these people dressed as gouls with coffins with the boys inside them.

Well this is a great concert. I've watched it soooo many times. If you're a BSB fan, I recommend this concert. I also recommend for y'all to get it on dvd like I did. The picture and sound is clearer and has a fair amount of special features. Another thing I like about this concert is that they do every song in full. Kevin even does his "spoken" bit at the start of "I'll Never Break Your Heart". The dancing, lights and fireworks are amazing. This concert is energy packed. I love it!!!!!

8 out of 9 people found the following review useful:
A very funny show!!!, 12 December 2000

This show is one of the funniest I've seen. I actually saw this show by accident. I was out on a Friday night with a few friends and got home around 11pm. The 2000 MTV Video Music Awards was on so I watched that. After that finished, I was tired that night so I got ready to go to bed. Before I turned off the tv I wanted to check what was on because some of these late night shows are sometimes kinda cool. Of coarse I saw this show and decided to watch it for awhile. I saw the first 5 mins and couldn't stop laughing. This show kinda reminds me of "Friends". Six friends are the main characters excepts they're couples. A newlywed, married and a dating couple.

One of the things that caught my eye was Dedee Pfeiffer. I thought to myself, this chick is cute, could she be related to Michelle Pfeiffer? So I looked her up and of coarse she is. Her sister.

That night I was so tired so I only watched about 5mins. From the next day on I never missed it. I always stick a tape in because it is on so early. I loved it. One of my favourites. Everything about the show is funny. The clever jokes, storyline, even the pre-credit will get you in stiches.

Well I definetly love this show. Very funny. I would recommend this to anyone who like sitcoms such as Friends, Seinfeld, Everybody Loves Raymond, Ink, Becker, Full House, Home Improvement. If you can't sleep at night or if you're up, watch this show and laugh!

2 out of 2 people found the following review useful:
This is GREAT!!!! I Love BSB!!!!, 19 May 2000

First of all I would like to say that I am a huge fan of the Backstreet Boys. They are my favorite band in the world. I am a BSB FREAK! I have been following them since 1996 and haven't stop since.

So to me, I liked this video very, very much. I must have watched it about 200 times. The dancesteps were cool and it gives us fans an inside look whats happens during a video shoot including all the madness and meeting the directors. Nigel Dick is my favorite video clip director. Along with all the humour, this is one exciting video that would not keep you bored one minute. I love it. 9/10. I think BSB are great. I love them!!!!!!

Saffron Burrows Is Lovely!!!!!!!, 11 March 2000

A wicked movie filled with thrills, suspense, action and funny dialogue. Topped up by a wicked cast including Saffron Burrows, Thomas Jane, rap superstar LL Cool J, Michael Rapaport from Friends and Samuel L. Jackson.

Story about a shark seeking revenge on these people in a kind of an underwater world facility. Good special effects. Director Renny Harlen does some of his best work and also uses Samuel L. Jackson again.

If you liked Anaconda, Lake Placid, Jaws or a movie that won't bore you then this is it. Also has a wicked soundtrack to go along with it which is supervised by LL Cool J. Also look out for my favorite part of the movie when Saffron Burrows takes off her clothes!!! WHOA!!!! Great movie!! 8/10.