Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of (2015) 1080p

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Documentary
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2.01G
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English  
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101 min
IMDB Rating:
7.5 / 10 
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Directors: Stephen Kijak [Director] ,


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Meh.

This documentary was ok. They certainly put many of their struggles on display. So more unfiltered than I was expecting. At some point all their music starts to sound the same to me. If you are a big fan, you will like the doc, but otherwise skip it.

Boys (grown) to Men

As another reviewer has already pointed out: you don't have to be a fan to enjoy this movie. It's a really good documentary on how 5 boys came to fame and how they handled it. And yes there were many highs, but also quite a few lows. And it's refreshing to see them being honest about certain things (drug problems, manager problems, even "current" issues, at the time of shooting this, when they had a fight - two band members going at each other).

Having said, the songs are striking a chord, although of course they are all on the romantic side, so if you get pain rather than pleasure from that, certain aspects of the documentary will get you sick. Many boy-bands have come and gone and every one of them certainly has a story to tell (it's a nice touch, that we visit the former homes of the band members by the way), but this really strikes a chord - pun intended

A nostalgic look into the lives of the members of BSB

The members of the popular boy band Backstreet Boys give viewers a look inside the group and its members on a personal level. Kevin Richardson gives us a look at Kentucky, going back to his roots as he tells us the story of his father's illness and ultimate death just as the band was gaining momentum. Brian Littrell shows his inner struggle with his voice cords not functioning to full capacity and the steps he is taking with his therapist to regain the voice he once had. The band reflects on their process to fame and stardom including the business deal they had with manager Lou Pearlman. Howie D. demonstrates how successful of an entertainer he can be as he steps in the limelight with the other group members. Each group member explains in their own way on how much the band has accomplished and how they are continuing on their path to make music, and entertain. This documentary is for anyone wanting to learn more about their childhood favorite boy band or interested in what it takes to make it in the music industry. Highly recommend.
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