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Madonna: Sticky & Sweet Tour (2010)

Unrated | | Documentary, Music, Musical | Video 31 March 2010
Filmed in Buenos Aires, over four days in front of more than 256,000 fans, 'Sticky & Sweet' captures the most successful live show ever by an artist.
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Brian Frasier-Moore ...
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Kiley Dean ...
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Filmed in Buenos Aires, over four days in front of more than 256,000 fans, 'Sticky & Sweet' captures the most successful live show ever by an artist.

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Stinky and sweat
11 September 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Alright, let's count down the 10 reasons, in no particular, why this is the worst Madonna video I've ever seen.

1. The opening graphics are hilariously bad. I actually laughed out loud.

2. Like everyone mentions about most concert videos nowadays, the editing is incredibly overdone. We would like to maybe see a closeup of Madonna or two that lasts longer than 2 seconds.

3. When Madonna appears on stage, she is sitting on some weird chair and her legs are wide open, exposing her crotch. Lovely.

4. Oversexing, she humps pretty much everything and shouts things like "MY SUGAR IS RAAAAAWWW!!!!!!" and "See my booty get down!!!"

5. That said, she also shouts half the songs as opposed to singing them, ruining them.

6. There's this incredibly dumb "Get Stupid" breakdown in the middle of one of her songs. Um Get Stupid? You're already stupid for even including that part of the tune.

7. She uses pre recorded vocals. Half the songs she doesn't even sing as a result.

8. The set list. There's some undeniably good stuff on here but come on, this is pathetic. Is too... Hip hop for me, although I didn't like Hard Candy.

9. Over cursing. Come on, Madonna, we don't need you to constantly call the crowd "motherfu--ers" on every song.

0. Halfway through Beat Goes On, Kanye West comes on, and instead of saying something like "Yo, Madonna, I'm really happy for you and imma let you finish, but the Cnfessions tour was your greatest of all time!", he gives some humiliatingly bad rap.

As for the good things? Don't Cry For Me Argentina. That was beautiful. And the Gage was nice looking as well.


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