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A behind-the-scenes look at the popular boy band, Backstreet Boys.

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Backstreet Boys: Show 'Em What You're Made Of movie full length review - Coming from a non-fan: A very good documentary

I never was big on the Backstreet Boys, primarily because they were a boyband and I'm a guy and they of course have mainly a female audience.

That said it's undeniable that they had had some joints throughout the years.

Anyhow, I thought I would give it a go still cause I read a lot of good things about it, and I did enjoy SOME KIND OF MONSTER about Metallica being a non-Metallica fan I thought, why not.

And just like SOME KIND OF MONSTER this movie is a very honest look at these Backstreet Boys turned men and there is one fight between Nick and Brian that I was a little shocked that they'd actually put in it, a lot of stars would probably be afraid to put that level of honesty into a documentary but I'm really happy they did.

Everyone is really open about their flaws and old traumas are brought back to life and it's just a captivating watch from beginning to end, I don't think there was anyone of the Backstreet Boys who at some point didn't break down in tears.

It's not all just sappy stories of course, but yeah I applaud them for opening up so much.

Fans will love it I'm sure and non-fans if you're even slightly interested in the music business and the effects stardom can have on you you should enjoy it.

I found a little more respect for Backstreet Boys after watching this, Peace.