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 »
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
There was a lot of groups that came and went, you know, while we were doing our thing. We never went anywhere. We just kept on going. Twenty years is a long fucking time for anybody, let alone a... five bunch of dorks jumping around onstage, singin' and dancing.
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Regardless being a long time fan, I found this documentary very unique and special from other documentaries. They didn't focus on concerts but basically their private lives and secrets. Each member had a voice to speak out. It is a documentary that would make you love this boy band as they are and how successful they were. I felt sorry for Brian and what he was going through. It was interesting how they viewed each and everyone of them in a special way. The boys grew to be men and there had to be a change to be done! It would have been a 10 out of 10 documentary if they hadn't use so many bad words since there are young fans watching. Thumbs up!
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