Mindless Behavior: All Around the World

DVD Release: July 9, 2013
Mindless Behavior: All Around the World


Teen R&B/hip-hop boy band ‘Mindless Behavior’ has been stirring up a frenzy wherever they go, singing and dancing their way into the hearts of millions as they travel across the US on their first major headlining tour. Coming from humble roots and rising to super stardom, Roc Royal, Ray Ray, Princeton and Prodigy hit the road for the biggest tour of their lives. From their early aspirations of becoming stars to fulfilling their wildest dreams, this concert documentary captures the movement that is ‘Mindless Behavior,’ which reminds us all that with hard work, confidence and the ability to embrace and celebrate your own individuality, we can all be ‘Mindless’ 24/7.

Dove Review

This documentary is amazing. It shows four caring young men that do things like giving away tickets to fans who can’t get them or afford them, showing up in Michael Jackson’s old neighborhood in Indiana and visiting with the neighbors, and crying for happiness when their mothers show up during mid-tour to say hello as the boys had not seen them for several weeks. They also pray with their management in Jesus name and say they want to honor God and use their talents and treat others well.

This insightful documentary shows what goes into a performing group including a woman named Keisha R. Gamble who helps them train and eat right and dance. This wonderful film shows four positive role models in these young men who obviously genuinely love performing and care about their fans. We are happy to award this DVD five Doves, our best rating. Catch this one as soon as possible. It’s very entertaining with lively music and concert footage, as well as lots of behind-the-scenes moments.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A few performers grab their legs near their crotch but that's as close as they get; one mild innuendo.
Language: G/OMG-6
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: Cleavage; a few shirtless guys.
Other: Screaming girls that sometimes cry when they get near the band.


Company: Alchemy
Director: Steven Goldried
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 86 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter