Matt Damon returns to his defining role in this passable reboot of the Bourne franchise
Backstreet Boys : Drowning
It's game over for the Backstreet Boys...
There are many great love songs played on pianos, but this is not among them. It is the piano ballad to end all piano ballads. It comes from somewhere beyond the eerie, cold tinkle of 'Candle In The Wind', from somewhere far more gruesome. It is the final word in romantic self-pity and blustering cliche and as such it seals the Backstreet fate. There's only room for one boy band in times of war - and that's *NSYNC - so we must say bye bye to BBCheck yourself out of the AA clinic AJ, you're gonna need to get your kicks whatever way works best from now on.
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