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Big Time Rush: Elevation [DVD]
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Big Time Rush is one of the most diverse boy bands in history. Their successful television series, "Big Time Rush" is Nickelodeon's highest rated live action series in the network's history. Their strong voices and energetic performances are unparalleled. To date they have sold over 20 million records worldwide. Big Time Rush is one of the hardest working bands in music, touring the world incessantly. This documentary film goes beyond the music and explores their challenges, and triumphs, vividly depicting the process of "Elevation".
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The first interview clocks in at 10 minutes, and comes from a 2012 edition of the "Backstage With Brian Douglas" series. It features the band at the Riverbend Music Center, talking to Brian about the TV series, playing live and shooting the "Windows Down" music video. The next interview runs for 34 minutes, and features BIG TIME RUSH joining presenter ALYONA MINKOVSKI on "HuffPost Live", and answering questions from viewers via webcam. Finally, the "Cambio Chat" interview lasts 17 minutes, and has the boys answering fan questions, but it's difficult to hear some of the answers due to lack of suitably-positioned microphones.
The interviews are reasonable interesting as long as you're a fan, and not expecting an in-depth documentary with music clips and behind the scenes footage. But the programme is unlikely to stand up to repeated viewing.