A lion and a gummy bear are making an appearance in the movie Backstreet Boys: The Movie
The Backstreet boys have always been known for their comedic timing, but they’re back with a new movie, and it’s a very different take on the family.
In Backstreet Boy: The New Movie, we get a glimpse of the back-to-school fun, and a new character named Lionel Richie joins the family to help out with their homework.
As a result, the movie finds a whole new dynamic in the Backstreet family, with Lionel’s father Joe (Lorenzo DiCaprio) being a father figure, but also a dad who’s a bit too good for his own good.
The film also finds out that there are new parents in town, so Lionel and his brothers have to work together to find them.
Lionel plays a “real” father, while his older brother Johnny (Danny Trejo) plays a role as a “fake” father.
Watch the Backsthe boys play a “Real Father” in Backstreet’s latest movie, Backstreet: The Great Movie, below.
The Backsthey boys play “fake fathers” in a new Backstreet film.
(Photo: Fox)The Backstreet children are a bit of a different breed from the usual cast of dads in Back Street.
The movie also takes a look at the different ways fathers can help their kids, which we’ll get to in a moment.
We’ve already seen a few dads in the movies, but Backstreet is different in many ways.
While there are still some traditional fathers, the boys in Backsthest are now part of a new generation of dads who are more interested in “gumming up” their kids than being fathers themselves.
Here’s a look behind the scenes at the Backsteys, their personalities, and their favorite back-at-home activities.
(1:24)The back-by-back dad’s life isn’t quite so simple.
While Joe’s been a traditional dad, there’s a new family coming into town and his father Joe Jr. (Danny Masterson) is in charge of raising the kids.
Joe is a hard worker and has a great attitude, but he can also get a bit stubborn, and this could lead to problems.
Joe Jr.’s main job is to get kids up to speed with their schoolwork, and he’s a little bit of an “outsider” who’s not afraid to take the time to teach.
Joe has his own agenda, and some kids might be more excited about his “gummy bears” than his back-in-school homework.
But Joe’s also a very busy dad, and his time is limited, so he’ll try to make things happen, but his priorities are always the kids’ and not Joe’s.
Joe takes care of his kids, but Joe is also a “man of the house” who is willing to spend the extra time to do it, and that’s a real skill that can be learned and developed over time.
Joe Jr. and his new baby, Tanya (Kathryn Hahn), arrive in town and are a little overwhelmed.
They spend most of the time with their mother, and Joe is eager to get to know his little brother.
Joe’s a great dad, but sometimes his priorities can get in the way of making the most of his time with his family.
Joe and his family come into town with Tanya, a cute little girl who has no clue how to ride a bike, and is always on her knees to the kitchen for something.
Joe also has a very young son named Max (Dylan Minnette), who is always getting in trouble.
Max and his older sister, Toni (Katrina Lawless), don’t know how to dress for school, and they’re not exactly the most sociable family.
They don’t have a lot of friends, and even though they’re pretty well liked, Max still finds it hard to make friends, despite his friends.
The boys aren’t much better.
Max, who has a big ego, is also one of the most annoying and overbearing boys.
He gets upset and even hurts people, so Joe and his friends are very protective of Max.
The older brothers are also very overbearing, but are actually pretty nice and considerate to their older brothers.
When Max gets bullied, Joe tries to help his brother, and the older brothers seem to be getting a little more help from the boys.
Joe and Max are the “real dads” in the family, and for some reason they’re even better at it than Joe and Toni are.
(3:19)Joe and Tanya have always had a hard time with school, but things are different for Tanya this year.
She’s a “gums” kid who is constantly pushing her younger brothers to do things, but when it comes to homework, the kids aren