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Glee: The 3D Concert Movie -- A documentary shot during the Glee Live! In Concert! summer 2011 tour.
Glee: The 3D Concert Movie -- Clip: Don't Stop Believing
Glee: The 3D Concert Movie -- Featurette: Loser Like Me
Glee: The 3D Concert Movie -- TV Spot: Sue Sylvester Campaign Launch
Glee: The 3D Concert Movie -- Clip: Loser Like Me Behind The Scenes And Performance

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Release Date:
12 August 2011 (USA) See more »
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Enjoy front-row seats to the sold-out concert of the year! See more »
Plot:
A concert documentary shot during the Glee Live! In Concert! summer 2011 tour, featuring song performances and Glee fans' life stories and how the show influenced them. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Dianna Agron ... Quinn

Chris Colfer ... Kurt

Darren Criss ... Blaine

Kevin McHale ... Artie

Lea Michele ... Rachel

Cory Monteith ... Finn

Heather Morris ... Brittany

Amber Riley ... Mercedes

Naya Rivera ... Santana

Mark Salling ... Puck

Jenna Ushkowitz ... Tina

Harry Shum Jr. ... Mike

Chord Overstreet ... Sam

Ashley Fink ... Lauren, Performer

Jon Robert Hall ... Warbler (as Jon Hall)

Riker Lynch ... Warbler

Titus Makin Jr. ... Warbler

Curt Mega ... Warbler
Jaymz Tuaileva ... Warbler

Nick Baga ... Dancer (as Nicholas Jerome Baga)
Justin de Vera ... Dancer
Hannah Douglass ... Dancer

Courtney Galiano ... Dancer
Kyle Hill ... Dancer (as Kyle R. Hill)

Alexandra Hulme ... Dancer (as Lexy Hulme)
Kc Monnie ... Dancer
Brittany Parks ... Dancer
Michael Riccio ... Dancer (as Michael Peter Riccio)
Haylee Roderick ... Dancer
Kellen Sarmiento ... Mini Warbler (also archive footage)
Janae Meraz ... Herself - Featured Glee Fan
Josey Pickering ... Herself - Featured Glee Fan
Trenton Thompson ... Himself - Featured Glee Fan
Natalie Page ... Herself - Featured Glee Fan (as Coach Natalie Page)
Reed Cook ... Himself - Featured Glee Fan
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jane Lynch ... Sue Sylvester (scenes deleted)
Jeanine Marie Conrad ... Fan (uncredited)
Kristina Frisch ... Herself (uncredited)

Damian McGinty ... Himself - Audience (uncredited)

Ryan Murphy ... Backstage Interviewer (voice) (uncredited)

Gwyneth Paltrow ... Holly Holliday (uncredited)

Directed by
Kevin Tancharoen 
Jennifer Arnold (documentary segments)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ian Brennan  characters (uncredited)
Brad Falchuk  characters (uncredited)
Ryan Murphy  characters (uncredited)

Produced by
Ian Brennan .... executive producer
Dante Di Loreto .... producer
Brad Falchuk .... executive producer
Jeffrey Harlacker .... associate producer
Ryan Kim .... field producer: documentary
Ryan Murphy .... producer
David Nicksay .... executive producer
Vincent Pace .... 3D executive producer
Bee Shaffer .... associate producer: documentary
Russell Sheaffer .... field producer (documentary segments)
Deena Sheldon .... line producer
Jimmy Tsai .... producer: documentary
Zachary Woodlee .... co-producer (as Zach Woodlee)
Jeff Zachary .... 3D producer
 
Original Music by
James S. Levine 
 
Cinematography by
Glen MacPherson (director of photography)
Justin Talley (photography) (documentary photography)
 
Film Editing by
Myron I. Kerstein (film editor) (as Myron Kerstein)
Jane Moran (film editor)
Tatiana S. Riegel (film editor)
Sonja Schenk (film editor)
 
Costume Design by
Paul Marlow 
 
Makeup Department
Daisy Curbeon .... hair stylist
Angel De Angelis .... hair department head
Nate Fox .... hair department head: Glee Live Tour 2011
Kristina Frisch .... key makeup artist: Glee Live Tour 2011
Patricia Grande .... key hair stylist
Michael Harvey .... makeup artist
Lori Hicks .... makeup department head
Monet Moon .... key hair stylist: Glee Live Tour 2011
Jenn 'Jorge' Nelson .... key makeup artist
Gregory Purcell .... hair stylist
Linda Sammut .... makeup department head: Glee Live Tour 2011
Julie Teel .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Carl Beyer .... production consultant
Rod Dean .... post-production supervisor
Doris Donnenberg .... production supervisor
David Nicksay .... unit production manager
Denise Pinckley .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vanessa Hoffman .... second assistant director
Karen Kane .... first assistant director
Jeremy Marks .... second second assistant director
Roger Udwin .... second assistant director: Los Angeles
 
Sound Department
Brad Bergbom .... sound mixer
Yann Delpuech .... sound designer
David E. Fluhr .... sound re-recording mixer
Shaughnessy Hare .... sound editor
Justin Herman .... sound engineer
Ryan Lukasik .... foley assistant
Brian Magerkurth .... sound mix technician
Jared Marshack .... sound mix technician
Mike McKone .... sound editor
Kevin Schultz .... foley mixer
Brian Seagrave .... audio post-conform
Randy Wilson .... foley mixer
John Soukup .... sound transfer (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Ryan Andersen .... visual effects production assistant: Shade VFX
Andrew Bardusk .... digital compositor
Romain Bavent .... digital compositor: BUF
Andres Berkstein .... fx artist: Shade VFX
Anne-Sophie Bertrand .... visual effects: BUF
Michael Boden .... compositor
Seth Brower .... compositor: Look FX
Stuart Bruzek .... stereoscopic compositor
Dustin Colson .... cg artist: Shade VFX
Stevan Del George .... lead stereo compositor: yU+Co, Hollywood, CA
Damien Delrue .... visual effects artist
Greg Dora .... compositor
Bryan Godwin .... visual effects supervisor: Shade VFX
Tony Hurd .... visual effects producer: Polygon Entertainment
Christopher Ivins .... stereoscopic compositor: ICO
Jeffrey Kalmus .... visual effects supervisor: ICO VFX
Harimander Singh Khalsa .... compositing supervisor: Shade VFX
Fabrice Lagayette .... visual effects supervisor: BUF
Damian McDonnell .... digital colourist
Rémy Normand .... visual effects: BUF
Ryan Purnell .... compositor: ICO VFX
John Riddle .... technical director: Shade VFX
Shane Strickman .... visual effects coordinator: Shade VFX
Andrew E. Tilles .... visual effects i/o: ICO VFX
Shannon Triplett .... vfx production coordinator: ICO VFX
David Van Dyke .... visual effects executive producer: Shade VFX
Chris Holmes .... production executive: ICO VFX (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert A. Agredo .... dolly grip
Kelly Britt .... electrician
Robert Brunelle .... EIC/3d camera system engineer
Bob Calandro .... grip
David Cornelius .... alpha head operator
Brett Crutcher .... cablecam suprivisor
Pedro Diez .... dolly grip
Jack Donnelly .... camera operator
Keith Gordon .... best boy rigging grip
Adam Hall .... dolly grip
Albert Filino Hutagalung .... 3D video operator
Bob Izzo .... best boy grip
Steven Joyce .... videotape operator
Keitt .... first assistant
Benny Kirkham .... lighting programmer
Chris Lombardozzi .... lighting technician
Jason Marks .... lighting technician
Dean Martinez .... digital loader
Jason Miller .... additional photography
Eric Neuhauser .... convergence operator
Joshua Nitschke .... convergence operator
Vern Nobles .... camera operator
Rocco Palmieri .... gaffer
Joseph Paolini .... dolly grip
Chad Rivetti .... first assistant camera: steadicam
Jon W. Rosenbloom .... dolly grip
Christina See .... electrician
Ian Sherrington .... camera operator
Kevin Smyth .... key grip
Storm Sollars .... lighting technician
Justin Talley .... director of photography: second unit
Henry Tirl .... steadicam operator
Mark E. Towey .... fiber optic technician
Jeff Zachary .... camera operator
 
Casting Department
Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson .... adr voice casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Elizabeth Barrois .... wardrobe supervisor
Chris Bastidas-Heron .... wardrobe
Jose Mariscal .... wardrobe
Tracy J. Takahashi .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
J.D. Ashe .... 3D stereolab technician
Steve Bobertz .... first assistant editor
Randall James Bol .... post-production coordinator
Rod Dean .... post production supervisor
Valance Eisleben .... data editorial (as Val Eisleben)
Nancy Fuller .... digital intermediate producer
Don Hewitt .... assistant editor (documentary segment)
Bill Lynch .... assistant editor
Carrie Oliver .... data editorial
Bethany Orlemann .... assistant editor
Mike Sowa .... digital intermediate colorist
Jay Steinberg .... on-line editor
Elliott Traeger .... post-production assistant
 
Music Department
Adam Anders .... executive music producer
Mike Barnett .... score production assistant
P.J. Bloom .... music supervisor (as PJ Bloom)
Dominick Certo .... music editor
Kamari Copeland .... singer
Heather Guibert .... music coordinator
Aaron Kaplan .... musician: guitar
David Klotz .... music editor
Ryan Murphy .... executive music producer
Peter Rotter .... music contractor
Massimo Ruberto .... music supervisor
Joel Singer .... audio EIC recording
Joseph Vicari .... concert recording engineer
 
Other crew
Mary Jane Amato .... production accountant
Giuseppe Ardizzone .... unit production assistant
Jennifer Arnold .... filmmaker
Shira Auerhahn .... production assistant
Olivia Barber .... first assistant accountant
Clayton Beisner .... unit production assistant
Kevin Collins .... production assistant
Megan Doyle .... assistant tour manager
Todd A. Fox .... cast security
Michael Heard .... production executive
David Tierney Lerner .... set production assistant: second unit
Jared Scott Mercier .... set production assistant: Los Angeles
Chris Nguyen .... production coordinator: documentary segment
Amanda O'Reilly .... office pa: NY
Greg Pfeifer .... utility
Matthew F. Preston .... assistant production coordinator
Jennessa Rose .... voices
Julianna Rose .... voices
Nick Rufca .... production coordinator (as Nicholas Rufca)
Jeffrey Ryan .... production assistant (as Jeff Burson)
Diana Solomon .... production coordinator
Jon Sosis .... production assistant
Ross Tatelman .... production assistant: Los Angeles
Robert Teten .... key set production assistant
Rob van de Laar .... tour production runner
Ryan Wilk .... associate producer: main titles, yU+co
Zachary Woodlee .... choreographer (as Zach Woodlee)
Garson Yu .... main titles
Jacob Stuart .... production assistant: behind-the-scenes (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Gregory W. Miller .... the producers wish to thank: the following for their Assistance
James R. Minish .... the producers wish to thank: the following for their Assistance
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Glee: The Concert" - USA (DVD title)
"Glee: The Concert 3D Movie" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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MPAA:
Rated PG for thematic elements, brief language and some sensuality
Runtime:
84 min
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1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
After the song "Teenage Dream" finishes, you can catch a glimpse of Damian McGinty (from "The Glee Project" (2011)) in the audience.See more »
Quotes:
Brittany:I wanna be a Warbler really bad. And I would potentially shave my hair off so I can be a Warbler.See more »
Soundtrack:
Ain't No WaySee more »

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11 out of 17 people found the following review useful.
Listen to Sue, Don't Waste your Money on this Flick, 14 August 2011
Author: rgkarim from United States

Glee the movie has arrived in theaters and has been receiving sensational reviews, some stating it to be one of the best movies of the summer. Various reviews mentioned brilliant song and dance numbers, fun and witty dialog, and behind the scenes shots showing the cast getting ready for the concert. I'm here to give my insight on the tale about the 3-D event of the summer centering on the musical T.V. show.

Glee 3-D starts out showing thousands of fans of the popular TV show standing in front of the camera and giving the loser sign the show has made popular. The audience, unfortunately, is subjected to watching various die hard fanatics in their Glee attire as they tell the audience who their favorite characters are, and in some cases why they are. Once we get through the sea of Gleeks, we get a backstage look at Rachel Berry, Lea Michele as she shares how she keeps her vocal chords in shape for the show. A few backstage shots, which are mainly the characters getting their makeup put on and saying a few lines. After about ten minutes into the movie, the audience gets to hear their first song, which believe it or not is Don't Stop Believing by Journey, and in a pretty awesome opening we get an intro to cast of characters.

It's here I'll say that a majority of the songs in this movie are only excerpts from the live stage show. Fans looking to hear the complete versions of songs and fantastic dance numbers will be disappointed to hear that most of the songs are only about a minute long. A few numbers are almost the complete song, but these songs are few and far in between. Although I'm not a big fan, I have to admit that the songs they picked have a catchy bumpy beat. A few of the numbers even have a good blend of dancing and special effects, but it is still not enough to call this the best movie of the summer. I'm also here to tell you that the dance numbers the commercials have shown are constantly interrupted with shots of the Glee fans going insane in their seats as they scream in excitement at seeing the cast on stage. To tell you the truth, about half the cinematography focuses on the fans, a majority of which are screaming girls.

In between the shots of screaming fans and show excerpts, the audience is subjected to one of two different scenarios. One scenario is the backstage preparation you were promised. The backstage is really nothing more than one or two members of the cast, acting as their characters in the show, making a couple of quick remarks to the camera, which are weak attempts to get a laugh out of the audience. There is no backstage rehearsals, no warming up dialog, and no good luck rituals, so if you're expecting to see this you'll be disappointed. The other scenario the audience is subjected to is getting an insight into three real life stories about die hard Glee fans who state Glee has changed their lives. Throughout the movie the audience gets to hear about how hard these three kids' lives were and how they were considered freaks/losers. However a shining ray of hope, Glee in this case, came to their rescue and now they are better people because of it. Although it is meant to be emotionally stimulating and inspiring, most of the editing, accompanying music and what the kids say is more eye rolling than anything else. I'm glad the kids' found happiness and acceptance by friends, but the fact their stories were in a movie about the concert made me feel that these stories were used to pump up the already over inflated egos of the Glee cast. These stories really just didn't seem appropriate to be in a concert movie and instead should be in a documentary or a news clip on T.V.

Perhaps the biggest thing that made me mad about this movie was the fact that it was only shot in 3-D. The whole time I watched the film, I found the 3-D pointless as it provided no special benefits to the movie, i.e. better depth in shading or things flying out of the screen. In fact, I found the 3-D more distracting than anything else as I saw the constant shadows of the screaming audience move across the screen taking my eyes away from the film. Thus the only reason I could think of shooting this film in 3-D is that they wanted to make more money at the boxy office.

To finish up this review, Glee 3-D seems to be more of a fan glorification movie than an actual concert movie. Although the songs are sung in the fashion that fans like, and some of the dance work is still as vibrant as ever, the screaming fans, and small song excerpts were really not that impressive. Tie in the fact that the back stage shots are weak and the fan stories that take up the rest of the time feel overacted and you have the mediocre film that is Glee 3-D. The Robbie score for this movie is somewhere between a 4.5-5.0, and I suggest going to see the live show the editors of the movie threw together to make this movie, it's probably a better use of your money. Until next time my friends this is Robbie K signing off.

Please email me at rgkarim@mail.roanoke.edu to provide constructive criticism.

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