BTS, the world's most favourite boy-band is here with their second movie, Bring The Soul: The Movie. Released in 110 countries worldwide on 7 August, the movie is set to become the "widest-ever event cinema debut" in history. The film alternates between performances of the band on different stages in various cities, and a conversation between the members of the movie on a rooftop in Paris.
Here is what Twitter has to say about the movie.
watched the bring the soul movie a few hours ago with my friends and oh my god i cried at least three times :( my love for bts 10x more seriously they work so hard for us and....i’m going to cry again brb— shania (@namjoonsunrise) August 9, 2019
I just came out from watching bring the soul it was so good ;___; way better than the first movie imo— 석진 👽 (@jinharem) August 9, 2019
Bring The Soul movie was actually okay but for me, a sensitive emo soul every scenes got me: pic.twitter.com/P4qye7yv7r— 𝓐𝓰𝓪𝓽𝓪 🌼 (@reluzentae) August 9, 2019
i watched bring the soul today but it was such a disturbing experience bc there were like bunch of 8 yr olds who sat on the back and wasnt there for the fucking movie like they kept laughing and making noises, they didnt even watch the movie n didnt stay on their seats fuck yall— hani // semi ia (@taegijoon) August 8, 2019
Yesterday I took my brother, a casual fan, to see Bring the Soul. Tonight we had a family dinner and when my parents asked if he had a rough day at the office since he looked so exhausted, he said no, he just stayed up all night watching @BTS_twt videos after the movie 😂👍— Annie ✨ (@AnnieLuvsBTS1) August 9, 2019
Writing this tweet while watching the movie , well during the interval and I'm afraid it's going to end which I don't want to. BTS brings me happiness and love when I can't find love and happiness in me. Sarangae 💜 #BRINGTHESOUL_THEMOVIE— Kusum Basnett (@BasnettKusum) August 9, 2019
it’s crazy how when you’re in a movie theater watching a bts movie like bring the soul you hear people around you crying and it makes you think about all the different stories people have and how you all love the same seven boys and it’s just really special?— 🐰☀️ (@gcfshobi) August 8, 2019
Bring the Soul was such a good movie. It really puts even more perspective into how much hard work these boys go through. They’re constantly working, even on their days off and constantly thinking of Army and how they can perfect their stages for us. I love them sm 🥺💜— ❀𝙲𝚑𝚊𝚎❀ misses Tae (@cha3hwanie) August 9, 2019
Bring The Soul was such a good experience.— jooniversum (@Daniela82082836) August 9, 2019
The movie by itself is amazing, you can totally see the dedication and effort all of them put in it.
The vibes on the theatre were the prettiest and warmest Everyone was enjoying it so much all singing and laughing along.@BTS_twt
The #BRINGTHESOUL_THEMOVIE experience was awful in my city, it was full of parents and screaming teenagers. They screamed their lungs off doing fanchants, everytime they showed jk or tae, some girls screamed ta*kook is real when they interacted in the movie---— dash | arsd 📌 (@dashisatrash) August 8, 2019
We saw Bring The Soul, the movie was so great but the hall was filled with 'no jams' armys and they ruined the moment. They were literally screaming all the time "taehyung oppa" and "oppa" so it was lowkey bad pic.twitter.com/UFzmkbkuOE— ✨ (@hoboulis) August 7, 2019
Dubbed as the biggest boy band on the entire planet, #BTS (@bts_bighit) second film, 'Bring The Soul: The Movie' screened amidst huge excitement among ever expanding @BTS_ARMY in #Nagaland... @NagalandBangtan @HillStarCinema , Dimapurhttps://t.co/lFzCVT0x8H pic.twitter.com/j5EffYpuA6— The Morung Express (@morungexpress05) August 8, 2019