A movie that spoofs boy bands like N*Sync, New Kids on the Block, Backstreet Boys, etc. It's the boy band version of Spinal Tap!

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Noah Bastian ...
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Michael Cuccione ...
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Doug Linus (as Kevin Farley)
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Erin Evans (as Lauren Smith)
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Chris Boone ("Whoa!")
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Ryan Suarez ("Whoa!")
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Keleigh Mize ("Whoa!")
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RC Collins ('Whoa!') (as Steven Best)
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Danny Keating ("Whoa!")
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The hottest boy band today is the Back...er, Whoah. When the manager, Bob Buss, gets fired he hears Jerry and decides to start a boy band. He finds some other guys, named Chad, Doug, Q.T, and Mickey. They have just a few days until their first gig in Jacksonville. Written by Me

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21 February 2000 (USA)  »

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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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Filming began in October 1999 and commenced later that year. See more »

Goofs

When the 2gether guys are taking the teddy bear test the third one Bob Buss throws is a brown one and then Mickey catches it and throws it back, it is pink. See more »

Quotes

Jerry O'Keefe: Wait a minute, why does he get all the gay fans? I mean I do ab crunches, I take care of my hair.
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Crazy Credits

While the credis roll, a segment rolls that is a mix of a behind the scenes segment and a segment telling what happened to the characters. See more »

Connections

Followed by 2gether: The Series (2000) See more »

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Breaking All The Rules
Performed by Unity
Written by Marc Nelson, Eric Jackson, Anthony President & Brainz Dimilo
Produced by Marc Nelson & Anthony President and Brainz Dimilo for Presidential Campaign
Courtesy of Universal Music Publishing Group
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my rating of 2gether
6 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

My daughter and I were recovering from my fiancée and her future step-dad being murdered when we came across this movie by mistake one night.We watched it the first night it aired,taped it the second time and have watched many, MANY times since.It was the first real laugh we had since losing Eric.So we will always love these guys and this movie.If you haven't seen the movie and have no desire, that's OK.Just search for their video"Breaking up is hard enough" and you'll get hooked too.We were disappointed when they broke up but it was impossible to replace Qt.Wherever Chad,Mickey,Jerry,Doug and Bob are now,they should know how important they have been to us.And I want to say thanks.We now have 3 copies of the movie and know pretty much every line.


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