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Me being the BTS tín đồ that I am, I recently went to the movie theaters lớn watch BTS’s first movie ever ‘Burn the Stage.’ The movie – which falls under the same title as their documentary that aired last year on Youtube Red – premiered globally on Thursday, November 15 with two additional showings on the Saturday & Sunday after because of high demands. The movie follows the Wings world tour as well as the boy group’s appearances at the Billboard Music Awards and the American Music Awards that they attended last year in 2017.

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Though the movie was only an 1 hr và 25 minutes, it never felt that short. This could have been because I was fully occupied with watching the clips of the members performing on stage or because I was busy laughing at all the jokes that Jin and Suga commented throughout the movie. Regardless, ‘Burn the Stage’ never felt too short or long for me; it was actually a perfectly-timed movie that had enough substance and nội dung in it to lớn showcase khổng lồ the world the challenges & wins that BTS faced in all of 2017.

Since I was a part of the Wings World Tour that the boys embarked on last year in 2017, I knew that I could especially connect to this movie in a special way. It was heart-warming và a little bittersweet watching just how much work và effort the boys put into the months-long world tour. When they’re not on stage, they’re off-stage either rehearsing, stretching, eating, or making songs back in the hotel room. I especially liked how the movie presented BTS to lớn us in ways that we as viewers could relate: everyone knows & recognizes BTS as the world’s most popular boyband, but behind all the glory và fame, they’re just like any other normal 20-year olds out there. You never forget about this throughout the duration of the movie. Whether it’s clips of the boys barbecuing at a house (which they also filmed at for their V Live show ‘Bon Voyage 2’) và finally getting a break in their world tour or discussing about what they’re going to vì once they go on vacation, you’re constantly reminded that BTS are also just human beings like the rest of us. They too have dreams và goals of their own like we all do.

Of course, you also never forget just how incredibly hard the boys work. Footages of Jung-kook nearly fainting after pushing himself a little too over the edge at one of their concerts or clips of the boys having to lớn get treated for their injuries remind you of the challenges that BTS faced on their world tour. Because of this, you learn khổng lồ never take them for granted. BTS themselves also learned to never take the world tour and the many opportunities to lớn meet their fans around the world for granted which is why they pushed themselves khổng lồ the limit. Jung-kook feared that he would never be able lớn perform in South America again so he pushed himself beyond his capacity just to lớn put on a great show for his fans. All the other clips of the members rehearsing before each show or the footages of the members taking the few seconds they were allotted behind the stage lớn catch their breaths during each concert showcases to you just how intense the world tour was. If that doesn’t scream passion và determination, then I don’t know what does.

The movie updated fans with new clips of the boys at the over of the movie. While the majority of the movie was basically a đánh giá of the year 2017 & everything the boys were busy with that year, we also learn how the members felt about it all with individual interviews that were filmed just months ago in 2018 (during the ‘Idol’ era based on the màu sắc of their hairs). Big Hit has this special ability in interviewing the boys individually & getting really sincere and heart-felt answers from them. You can tell just how grateful and appreciative the boys are for their fans and the many opportunities that were presented to lớn them in 2017. I too agree that 2017 was a wonderful & amazing year for the boys. They mix new records & did things that no other K-Pop group has been able khổng lồ ever do before. There’s a sense of pride and accomplishment in seeing those things come to lớn life; what you never imagined would ever be possible is possible through BTS.

The entire movie was heart-warming và a little bittersweet witnessing just how much BTS has evolved over the years. The seven members who people underestimated và didn’t believe in và never thought would be successful is now performing at sold-out shows all over the world and accomplishing things not many other groups have been able khổng lồ do. You feel proud of them và know that they deserve every ounce of success and fame that they are earning. However, the other part of it all is also knowing that this fame and success won’t last forever. Just lượt thích all the other groups prior to BTS, there will come a time when they will slowly fall and when their time at the top will tumble slowly. Suga’s mentioned about this scary reality a few times before in interviews, but he brought it up once again in the movie. He talked about how there are times when he’s exhausted and doesn’t want to lớn be so busy, but he also realizes that there will come a time when he won’t be able to vày all these things he’s doing now with BTS in the future even if he wanted to. That part breaks my heart, but it’s also a reality that I’m already slowly preparing my heart for.

Although the entire movie was a huge reminder for me again of why I love BTS and why I still support them after five years since I’ve first saw them (I’ve been a fan hâm mộ since their debut), there was one scene in particular that made me teary-eyed. Even now, I’m not really sure why I wanted lớn cry during this scene. It was when the boys were just hanging out và relaxing at a house they had reserved và they were barbecuing and swimming there. The movie showed a shot of Suga attempting to mở cửa a wine bottle and as he opens the bottle và causes it khổng lồ explode, the video clip begins khổng lồ operate in slow motion and the narrator mentions how it’s small happy moments like these that the members look upon to give themselves strength when they face hardships & challenges in life. The odd thing is that no other scene in the movie made me want khổng lồ cry as much as this scene, but I don’t know why. Maybe it’s just the idea that the boys themselves are also human beings like us & also go through struggles of their own that caught my heart and my attention. Sometimes, when they đại bại hope or energy in life, they reflect back on these small moments which ends up serving as powerful catalysts lớn keep them going during hard times in life. I’m sure we also have moments in life that we don’t think too much about when it happens, but then they turn out khổng lồ be wonderful memories later on in life when we reflect back upon them.

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The entire movie was a wild rollercoaster filled with many comedic moments (such as with basically anything Jin or Suga did or said), adorable moments (such as with clips of puppy Yeontan with the members), or touching memories (such as clips of rookie BTS back in 2013). Knowing that I was there during those hard times và then witnessing BTS grow the last five years is so bittersweet. Although the movie wasn’t perfect (I wished the narrator was one of the BTS members themselves since he was speaking in the first person), I was so content with how the movie turned out (I absolutely loved all the tuy nhiên choices in the movie. They perfectly fit the scene that they were played for). Of course, the awesome part was also being able lớn sit in a movie theater with many other BTS fans & being able to lớn watch and celebrate the accomplishments that the boys have achieved. It was also nice lớn relive the moments in 2017 that now serve as precious memories for both us fans and BTS.

The movie was based on experiences and events last year in 2017, but it’s crazy to think about how 2018 is already going lớn end. 2018 was also another amazing year for BTS and presented the boy group with many more awesome opportunities. I wouldn’t be surprised if another movie about BTS & their adventures in 2018 was also documented and released next year in 2019. Getting to lớn capture & watch these moments at the movie theater is something that I would have never imagined would come true. Though the movie tickets might have been more expensive than usual & it was just as competitive và stressful time buying the movie tickets (just lượt thích it was khổng lồ buy their concert tickets), it was all eventually worth it. Watching the BTS movie was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and I certainly don’t regret watching it. I’d like to think that the Wings world tour was a special and meaningful experience for both fans and the BTS members themselves. It was their first time operating a world tour on a much larger scale (‘The Red Bullet’ in 2015 wasn’t as big) and they were able lớn perform in many more countries as well as complete amazing promotions in the United States. I think the movie itself is proof of that and just how meaningful and precious the world tour & 2017 was to lớn all of us.

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Parents need to lớn know that Burn the Stage: The Movie is a 2019 documentary about K-pop sensation BTS"s 2017 "The Wings" world tour. While there"s nowhere near the decadence of rock groups past, there"s some drinking. After a concert, one of the members tells the camera that he is "going lớn drink a lot of booze…

Through interviews và action, shows how much work BTS puts into their concerts, amount of time & effort put into the band so it would be successful.

BURN THE STAGE: THE MOVIE follows K-pop superstars BTS on their 2017 "The Wing" world tour. It shows them both on- and off-stage on a tour that takes them to lớn South America, Japan, & the United States. As they put on the best shows they possibly can for the "ARMY" (the nickname of their fan base), the documentary also shows members of BTS struggling with exhaustion, as well as the challenges of maintaining international success. Throughout it all, they vày their best to enjoy the moment & each other as they win Billboard Music Awards và fill arenas. Members of BTS reflect on how far they"ve come in five years & how much their fans mean khổng lồ them.

This music documentary is of the "behind the scenes" variety, the kind where even the "unscripted" feels scripted. Throughout Burn the Stage: The Movie, there are voice-overs such as, "We made oceans while crossing the desert, & we shared all that with our fans." It"s the kind of overblown melodrama that will resonate with their young fan hâm mộ base, even if it makes everyone else"s eyes roll to the back of their head or causes older audiences to recall their own youthful infatuations with, say, Backstreet Boys, New Kids on the Block, David Cassidy, etc. That said, while this documentary should appeal to those who are already fans of these K-pop superstars, it"s not going to win any new converts.

While BTS has millions of fans all over the world & wins awards, success is not all it"s cracked up to be. Sometimes, the guys need khổng lồ catch their breath, và other times, they need an extra-long session with the masseuse. But all of this is tolerable, because it"s all about the fans. Perhaps the most honest moment of the documentary is when BTS members are sitting behind long tables in a meeting room with their manager, who informs them of how the American market is starting to lớn respond lớn their earnest energy, & how they need lớn be và look happy with their success. None of it seems especially designed lớn win new converts, but perhaps that"s not the point; lượt thích the name of the tour, this is for "The Wings," the name they điện thoại tư vấn the self-described ARMY of fans.

Families can talk about music documentaries. How does Burn the Stage: The Movie compare khổng lồ other music documentaries you"ve seen?

How is BTS similar to và different from other "boy bands" of the past and present?

What did the documentary reveal about how much work BTS puts into concerts?

On DVD or streaming: January 18, 2019 Run time: 84 minutes MPAA rating: NR Last updated: September 12, 2022

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