I am a big fan of BSB, not ashamed to say so. So, I like this up-close-and-personal documentary. There was a lot to be told in two hours, and director did a good job. We get Backstreet history and also personal stories of every member of the band.
What is good about it, there is a lot of never before seen VHS footage. There are some genuine tears and brotherly moments, also some yelling. Nick is a douchebag. We see that big rich con artist guy manage them to stardom and even create their rivals. You know, as a fan you have some knowledge of these events, but it is different when they actually speak about it.
Bad thing is that two hours is not enough. A lot of details could be told more concise. The most boring parts are in London while they were recording their 8th album.
It’s a good experience. For fans and others. You will not be bored if you decide to take a look at it.