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Backstreet Boys Documentary – Ballymena Cinema – Throwback Thursday

Tonight Ballymena will be remembering the Backstreet Boys. Who could forget one of the biggest boy bands of the mid 90’s. We at Ballymena Today were certainly fans and we are excited to see the new Backstreet Boys Documentary “Show ’em what you’re made of” hitting the big screen here in Ballymena.

Backstreet Boys Documentary - Ballymena Cinema - Throwback Thursday

Here is what IMC Cinemas say:

Backstreets Back… Alright!! The Backstreet Boys Documentary – Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of plus a special performance by the boys live via satelitte will be coming to selected IMC Cinemas on Thursday, 26th of February at 7pm!

Tickets on Sale now!

Success, betrayal and back again: an intimate 20 year film portrait of the biggest boy band ever, plus a special performance by the band broadcast live by satellite in IMC Dun Laoghaire, The Screen, Tallaght, Ballymena and Santry.

And this from the Backstreet Boys website:

A reunion in the recording studio; friendships renewed yet dynamic shifts reveal new tensions that need confronting and resolving, both creative and personal. An intimate and emotional journey home reveals personal truths, opens old wounds, brings them closer to each other (and their fans.) We travel with them through the landscape of their past, exploring the sights and sounds of weird American suburbia, the strange and lush dreamland of Orlando and the natural beauty of the Kentucky countryside. We see just how far down their roots go and what makes them who they are today.

In an attempt to find some form of closure on their biggest unanswered question, the band talk properly for the first time in such depth about the man who made it all happen 20 years ago: Lou Pearlman, now currently an inmate at a state penitentiary. Former mastermind behind the biggest boy band of all time, Lou is behind bars for running a massive Ponzi scheme and a catalogue of bad business. Having cheated the Boys and many others out of millions, they attempt to process the biggest and toughest question: why?

If you don’t remember their music then here is what you have been missing!

Get in touch with Ballymena IMC Cinema on 028 2563 1111 for more details about the Backstreet Boys Documentary “Show ’em what you’re made of” which is showing tonight!