Glee: The 3D Concert Movie


Strictly for Gleeks…

As ever with live concert flicks your enjoyment of this big screen Gleek-fest will depend entirely on your level of fandom for the show’s crooning underdogs.

There’s talent to spare – broadway diva lea Michele and a cappella king Darren Criss are standouts – and their energy and enthusiasm are such that you’d be a miserable sod to sit stony faced through the musical numbers.

But footage of real-life fans’ “inspirational stories” tires and sue sylvester’s long-promised DVD segment smacks of anti-climax.

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    • FBSHarrigan

      Mar 25th 2012, 16:17 This was not cute when the Jonas Brothers did it, and this is not cute now. The songs are perfect for a glee club and for preteens, but they really lack any substance at all. What else is left? There is that annoying smug sense of self-awareness that Glee is pretty famous for; it is annoying and it knows that it's annoying. The problem with that is, awareness does not serve to make it any less annoying. Jane Lynch's little snarky comment at the end of this trailer exemplifies the attitude perfectly. This film is really only for Glee fans, and does not seem like it would be effective in gaining any new audiences for the show. Of course, to top it all off, the film makers added frivolous 3D to get more money from the audience. The 3D pretty much kills any value of a Glee 3D concert DVD because outside of 3D the effects will look extremely silly because of the lack of 3D that the movie was meant for.

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