Well worth the wait
Interesting, raw, vulnerable. This is not like your typical documentary we see so many artists releasing these days. It is intense. We see the Boys at their best and worst here, and it's impressive how much they elected to share with the world, knowing how exposed to criticism it would make them. This is a true testament to their respect for and faith in their fans. The movie is an insane roller coaster ride of emotions, from joy to regret to explosive anger to immense sorrow. Some parts made me laugh, others made me cry, and still others made me cringe. My feelings were all over the map, and I enjoyed every minute of it. It was enlightening to see where each Boy grew up, how they experienced fame individually, and where it's brought each of them today. My only regret is that the movie wasn't longer, but I very much look forward to seeing the extra footage when they (hopefully) release the DVD in stores eventually. Here's to another 20 years! Great job, Backstreet Boys!
- Feb 1, 2015
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