Monday, August 15, 2011

Glee: The 3D Concert Movie (2011) review

Posted by Muarif 11:52 PM, under | No comments

This is good news if you are a member of the nation Gleek.

Another issue is if you do not know who is singing. Or what inspired the songs. Or how the program has become the emblem of marginalized youth. Not much to ask - even Justin Bieber Never say never touched the boy's debut YouTube.

In this quick tour, no place for the context in which twentysomethings running stage bands songs like Do not Stop Believin 'parents and fat-Bottomed Girls songs can stand up and children can listen, because the beautiful people singing.

About the film

Gleek and the nation is on full display. Parents dance in the stands more than their children. Ordinary children are not identified, but they are cited on how you see TV show gave them the strength to come out, be themselves and meet the family.

Even a movie together, there are some missteps. As it did on the show, Artie (played by Kevin McHale) left his wheelchair in a dream sequence. It's amazing on stage, especially as "breaks" the safety dance. Favorite joy and Will (Matthew Morrison) and Emma (Jayma Mays), not in the film, but making a cameo star (Gwyneth Paltrow)?

A film ever and there was less need for other 3-D to raise prices.

But the branch of the film, Glee deliver the goods to the faithful. Not all the summer movies may require the same.

Director: Kevin Tancharoen
Stars: Cory Monteith, Dianna Agron and Lea Michele


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