If there's anything positive to be taken from this DVD -- complete with dizzying handycam footage of boozing, groupie-hustling, sink-pissing and booger-eating -- it's that at least we now have hard-copy confirmation that the Used are the boring and clichéd personalities we've always suspected them to be. Only the vulnerable and hormonally confused mind of a teen (such as Kelly Osbourne) could fall prey to a character as vacant as frontman Bert McCracken. The hardest part to stomach is how images of their shamelessly juvenile lives on the road are juxtaposed with interviews in which they put on our-music-is-serious faces and discuss channelling their demons live and 'going through some tough shit' during recording.
Sadly, Vancouver's PNE is the venue soiled on the live half. McCracken, dressed in signature dumpster-dive garb, dedicates songs, mostly from In Love And Death, to 'dreams coming true' and refers to other innocuous special moments. They've got a fresh batch of boo-hoo tunes coming out in April, so fans might wait for the next DVD, which at this greed-driven rate could be out by year's end.