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98 Degrees: The Collection
98 Degrees The Collection
Actor: 98
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2002     1hr 2min


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Actor: 98
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll, Other Music
Studio: Umvd Labels
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 05/07/2002
Original Release Date: 01/01/2002
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2002
Release Year: 2002
Run Time: 1hr 2min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Great DVD
usagibrian | San Francisco, CA USA | 05/23/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The only problem is the lack of new material (although the short recut of WHY (ARE WE STILL FRIENDS) that plays under the photo slideshow is quite nice). The interview footage is the old HEAT IT UP video transferred (nicely) with attractive and easy to use menus and logical chapter breaks. All 12 of the group's music videos, including the Spanish language version of UNA NOCHE, are off under another well designed interface. The video transfer is crisp and the sound is sharp. The excellent and attractive discography includes cover art, track list and release dates. I'm a fan, and this is the sort of treatment their work to date has needed for some time. If you like 98 Degrees and have wanted their work on DVD, you can't go wrong with this disc. If you don't know them and like solid R&B vocal harmony, this could very well make you a fan. It's a well done body of work, well presented with a thoughtfully built interface and enough extras to acknowledge this is a collection for fans (there are not a few other pop groups who should be taking notes on how this DVD was done). Hopefully this is the end of the first chapter of their work and not a farewell."
valerie | Cincinnati, OH USA | 05/01/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"hEY. The guys are back. This dvd features videos and live preformances of their biggest hits. If you like 98* you'll love this dvd. Its a most have for any TRUE 98* FAN."
The best DVD treatment the guys could get!
Da Man | Pekin, IL | 04/20/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"While I was never a big fan of the late 90's pop explosion (I did like Spice Girls and Aqua, but both were more Europop than TRL), I always found myself being a closet 98 Degrees fan. I thought they were cuter than N'Sync and their music was a lot better than Backstreet Boys. These guys had great harmonies, and Nick and Jeff were both foxes.This DVD, which coincided with their Greatest Hits cd of the same title, contained the now-out-of-print-on-VHS "Heat It Up" documentary from 1999, and it also contained a complete video collection. Some of the videos overlap on the two, but however you get the original b&w Invisible Man (the video featured in Heat It Up was featured later and introduced a clean-shaven Jeff Timmons, while he was scruffy in the original), the videos for I Do Cherish You, This Gift and a live performance of Still, and also the 3 Revelation videos.98 Degrees had a nice run from 97-01, but they took an extended break after their summer 2001 tour, a lot of us believe they've broken up as Jeff is now listed as "FORMER 98 Degrees vocalist". Nick Lachey and Jeff Timmons have both gone solo (Jeff's album is available exclusively through, and Nick's probably unfortunately better known now as "Mr. Jessica Simpson" than for his music, and it's a shame.if you have an interest in 98 Degrees in the slightest, this DVD release is worth every cent. Even if you've just gotten exposed to Nick Lachey featuring Newlyweds, check it out."
If you thought the CD was good.....
Christian Lehrer | Bay Point, CA | 09/26/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The DVD is outstanding! Funny, entertaining, very hip, of course wonderful songs, and four sexy yet very down to earth guys. Their music is a combination of light pop-rock and R & B, with very soulful lyrics that you will be singing for days. It is nice to know that the guys of 98 haven't let success spoil them, they seem to remember where they came from. They give wonderful interviews and are very much themselves, people the average viewer can relate to. The only downside is as three of them approach the age of thirty over the next year or so, (little Drew is a tender 26!) one wonders if they can continue as a "boy band" or if they will leave the music behind and turn to other things. Frankly, I think they should capitalize on their success with a movie!! How about a sort of "Yellow Submarine" film for 98 or a travel/adventure film? This wonderful DVD presentation shows what they could do in a feature film. Considering that teens and young people are a big part of contemporary movie audiences it would make a fortune. "Titanic" made millions because teens, especially young girls, saw it again and again and again. Are you reading this Universal? Love to Nick, Jeff, Drew and Justin."