Follows the plight of real-life dancers as they struggle through auditions for the Broadway revival of "A Chorus Line". Also investigates the history of the show and the creative minds behind the original and current incarnations.
I love Blaine.
He's the man! I feel kind of discouraged that I've auditioned for solos against him six times now.
Hey, man, when your front man is that guy, you've got to roll with the punches. We're comfortable with ourselves, so it's okay.
I'm confident in myself.
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While the second part of the credits roll, we can see the 'Mini Warbler' (a.k.a. Kellen Sarmiento) dance to the songs "Teenage Dream" and "Raise Your Glass". See more »
Even if you are not familiar with Glee, you will enjoy this movie if you are
into musicals or singing and dancing. The movie is a vivacious
documentary recounting life-changing experiences from Gleeks combined
with Glee cast performances.
Watching the entire cast of Glee perform is very entertaining and the
3D effect makes the movie so vivid and life-like. I felt like I was
there enjoying the concert! The movie is very high-spirited and gives
off good vibes and delivers positive messages such as have
self-confidence and it is okay to be different. I like how the movie
goes behind the scenes of the Glee cast because Gleeks and the rest of
the audience can identify themselves with the various personalities of
the characters. The movie has several scenes where Gleeks are
interviewed about who their favorite character is or tell experiences
about how relating to a certain character on the show helped them pull
through a tough time.
I recommend this movie to children 7 and up. It does not have
inappropriate language, sexual scenes, and is not complicated or
difficult to understand for children since there is not much of a
storyline. The movie is also rated PG. Glee: The 3D Concert Movie is a
fun movie pick to see with friends, but is also an engaging family film
connecting both parents and kids through music. The wait is finally
over! This movie will be coming out in theaters August 12, 2011.
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