The video takes on a minimalistic approach, showing individual shots of each band member against a black background. McLean and Brian Littrell were shirtless as they were going by the song ... See full summary »
1987. Denver, Co. One crazy night in the life of four friends reeling from the sudden demise of iconic British band The Smiths, while the local airwaves are hijacked at gunpoint by an impassioned Smiths fan.
In preparation for "In a World Like This" (their eighth album) and their 20th Anniversary Tour (now that Kevin's back), the Backstreet Boys recount their histories, both personal and collective, as they take one another along in revisiting their childhood pasts to re-tighten their brotherly bonds.Written by
We all claim to know everything about each other, but there's still so much left unsaid, so much left unlearned; so, while we were in London making the record, we talked about doing these little hometown trips to really kind of go back to our grass roots to kind of see where everybody really came from.
Kevin Scott Richardson:
See the places, experience it together, and-and get that bond tight again.
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super genuine ... and my childhood heroes.. so happy to see !
My first review in IMDb and I'm happy this is for my childhood heroes. I listened to BSB in my friend's home and addicted to those mind boggling songs from then on. And I'm so happy to see such a nice documentary has been made after such a long time, without deleting any essence of the pain and hardships they went through. They have done a wonderful job of coming back after 20 years and behind the scenes of the shows, what thought and actions and hard work they had to go through, following each stage in their life, everything is well shown.
Thank you, thanks a lot ! This is a not to miss documentary with all it's purity preserved and all music fans should definitely see this.
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