2Gether (2001)





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MTV's first made-for-TV movie, 2Gether: The Original Movie, is a hilarious and sometimes touching send-up of the "boy band" phenomenon of the '90s. When rock manager Bob Buss (Alan Blumenfeld) is fired by the studio-created boy group Whoa!, he decides to get even by creating another band from the ground up. After discovering young Jerry O'Keefe (Evan Farmer) singing in the streets, Buss builds his new group around O'Keefe's natural talents. Adhering to the standard music-industry clichés, Buss' pre-fab creation, 2gether, consists of "The Lead Singer" (O'Keefe), "The Bad Boy" Mickey Parke, "The Cute One" Q.T. McKnight, "The Shy One" Chad Linus, and "The Older Brother," who happens to be Chad's older brother Doug Linus. Whipping them into shape in but a few days, Buss prepares 2gether for their big-time debut in Jacksonville -- as the opening act for Whoa! Several MTV personalities, notably the ubiquitous Carson Daly, appear as themselves. In true "life imitates art" fashion, 2gether briefly became an honest-to-goodness pop sensation, turning out several popular tunes, a well-circulated music video, and a weekly TV series. Filmed in Vancouver, 2gether: The Original Movie first aired on February 1, 2000.
Comedy , Drama , Musical & Performing Arts , Television
Directed By:
In Theaters:
2gether Productions Inc.


Alan Blumenfeld
as Bob Buss
Evan Farmer
as Jerry O'Keefe
Alex Solowitz
as Mickey Parke
Michael Cuccione
as Jason `QT' McKnight
Noah Bastian
as Chad Linus
Kevin P. Farley
as Doug Linus
Tyler Labine
as Noel Andrew Davies
Carson Daly
as Himself
Shayn Solberg
as Mr. Utica
Jay Brazeau
as Billy Fullerton
Nigel Dick
as Sea-Doo Director
C. Ernst Harth
as Sea-Doo Dude
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I just saw this recently, but being around 14 when this movie/boy bands came out, I found it hysterical. It was very cheesy, but did a great job of really capturing the absurdity of the time.

Katie B
Katie B

2gether, an MTV-produced spoof of boy bands during its peak, is a pretty solid caricature of the genre with some funny songs and performances. It might be a little dated compared to other movies made only 8 years ago, but it's a humerous nostalgia trip and endearing to those like myself who came of age in the TRL-era.

Ryan Pimentel
Ryan Pimentel

Still enjoyable after 7 years. I guess pop music is my secret guilty pleasure, and this is a pretty good parody on it. Back in the days of TRL, and when MTV actually played music videos. Good times.

Andrew Bjorklund
Andrew Bjorklund

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