Glee: THE 3D CONCERT MOVIE

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Release Date: August 12, 2011

Starring: Dianna Agron, Lea Michele,
Gwyneth Paltrow, Darren Criss,
Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Cory
Monteith, Heather Morris,
Kevin McHale, Chord
Overstreet, Mark Salling, Naya
Rivera, Harry Shum Jr., Amber
Riley, Jenna Ushkowitz, Ashley
Fink, Riker Lynch

Genre: Documentary

Audience: Teenagers and adults

Rating: PG

Runtime: 96 minutes

Distributor: 20th Century Fox/News Corp

Director: Kevin Tancharoen

Executive Producer: : David Nicksay

Producer: Dante Di Loreto, Ryan Murphy,
Jeff Zachary (3D producer)

Writer: N/A based on the TV series,
GLEE

Address Comments To:

Chase Carey, President/COO, News Corp.
Tom Rothman and Jim Gianopulos, Chairmen/CEO
Fox Filmed Entertainment
20th Century Fox Film Corp. (Fox Searchlight Pictures/Fox Atomic/FoxFaith)
10201 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Phone: (310) 369-1000
Website: www.fox.com

Content:

(RoRo, HoHo, PCPC, FRFR, B, L, S, N, A, M) Strong Romantic, homosexual worldview with strong politically correct messages, an implied and heretical antinomian message, and some mild moral messages, such as an anti-bullying message; one obscenity in a song lyric, and a couple light profanities as audience members scream “My God”; no violence; sexual content includes some very sensual dancing and gesturing during concert, guy grabs his crotch while dancing like Michael Jackson, sensual lyrics in songs, girl makes a joke about how excited she is to see her “boobs in 3D,” homosexual shares his “coming out” story from when he was in 8th grade, and a transvestite is seen in the crowd at a concert; one brief mention of the song, “Blame It on The Alcohol” but no alcohol use depicted; no smoking or drugs; and, screaming fans at concerts, message of acceptance comparing dwarfism and Asperger syndrome to being “born gay,” stories of bullying and teasing of outsiders in a high school setting.

Summary:

GLEE: THE 3D CONCERT MOVIE is a documentary-style concert that gives some big-screen treatment to Fox TV’s popular musical show, with interviews of the show’s fans. The musical numbers are very entertaining, but the interviews distract from the numbers and promote the show’s sugar-coated politically correct, homosexual agenda, so parents beware.

Review:

GLEE: THE 3D CONCERT MOVIE is a documentary-style concert that gives some big-screen treatment to Fox TV’s critically-acclaimed, Emmy award-winning musical show, GLEE. The series follows the lives of a group of teenagers as they sing and dance their way through high school.



The documentary-style movie intersperses live concert performances of hit, popular songs by the talented, young cast with interviews from GLEE fans, or gleeks as they are more commonly known. Specifically, the gleek interviews highlight young people who were, at one time, outcasts in their schools; but now they have, through the stories inspired by Fox’s musical juggernaut, learned to accept themselves without fear. While the movie interviews countless gleeks, the story really delves into the lives of three specific fans: a young woman suffering from Asperger’s Disease, a dwarf who is on her high school’s cheerleading squad and a young homosexual.



The movie intercuts between their stories and some fantastic performances by the cast. The musical numbers range from sensual pop dance numbers by characters like Brittany to powerhouse musical-theater ballads by the character of Rachel. Also included are fun duets with Artie and Mike and amazing A Capella numbers by the all-male Warblers. The concert delivers the vocal hits one after another, all to the screams and cheers of throngs of gleeks, but the 3D effects don’t add much to the production, taking a back-seat to the live performances.



The song genres range from classic rock to contemporary pop, from ‘50s soda shop to musical theater ballads. The dance numbers are fun and high energy, though at times they are too sensual and overtly sexual. The highlighted gleek interviews do little to add to the concert, sometimes even detracting from the music’s momentum. However, the interviews promote the politically correct, homosexual worldview of the show’s creators and cast. Thus, it compares the ailments of a girl with Asperger’s Disease and the problems of a teenage dwarf with finding acceptance from her cheerleading peers to the emotional struggles of a young man who says he was “born” homosexual.



GLEE’s thematic message is that, no matter someone’s age, race, creed, sexual orientation, everyone can find acceptance by a common love – in this case, the love is the love of music, and in particular, GLEE’s music. Gleeks are fanatical about how the show and the concert has inspired them. One person testifies, “GLEE makes [me] realize that all people are different, and that’s a great thing.” Another says GLEE provides them with the “playlist of [their] life.”



The production values of GLEE: THE 3D CONCERT MOVIE are very high. Also, a wide variety of audiences will enjoy the movie’s music and dancing, despite the distracting interruption of the interviews.



However, the movie’s politically correct, pro-homosexual message is abhorrent. GLEE has a sugar-coated radical agenda that will ensnare many young people into a misguided, fallacious Anti-Christian attitude that rejects the moral standards of God and His church.

In Brief:

GLEE: THE 3D CONCERT MOVIE is a documentary-style concert that gives some big-screen treatment to Fox TV’s popular musical show. The series follows the lives of a group of teenagers as they sing and dance their way through high school. The movie intersperses live concert performances of hit songs by the talented, young cast with interviews from GLEE fans, or gleeks as they are known. The gleek interviews highlight young people who were, at one time, outcasts in their schools but have found some acceptance through the show. The movie interviews countless gleeks, but the story focuses on three specific fans: a young woman suffering from Asperger’s Disease, a dwarf on her high school’s cheerleading squad and a young teenager who says he was “born” homosexual.

The production values of GLEE: THE 3D CONCERT MOVIE are very high. A wide variety of audiences will enjoy the music and dancing, despite the distracting interruption of the interviews. However, the movie’s politically correct, pro-homosexual message is abhorrent. GLEE has a sugar-coated radical agenda ensnares many young people into a misguided, fallacious Anti-Christian attitude that rejects the moral standards of God and His church.