Calling all Gleeks! (I know I am!) We only have two weeks to catch the whole gang sing their hearts away in Glee The 3D Concert Movie. Created by Ryan Murphy, Glee touched the hearts of kids, teens, and adults alike with the realistic way it depicted the issues that teenagers face in life. I'm already a mom to a tween and my boy and I watched the entire two seasons together. That's how addicted to Glee we are so just imagine our excitement to catch the 3D concert movie.
I'm so glad to know that it's rated General Patronage (GP) by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) so I can still get to watch with my boy just like at home. The movie was even found to be a “wholesome concert on people who feel comfortable about themselves with poignant life stories and issues that allow and encourage people to be more tolerant of one another; issues like dwarfism, having asperger’s syndrome, being gay, wearing glasses, being physically disable and the like. An excellent concert movie that is suitable for children and adults, abled and disabled, straight and gay, big and small.”
Glee The 3D Concert Movie was filmed during their tours so viewers can also see how the fans went gaga over the whole cast. Members belted out their signature ballads, show tunes, and pop songs including include Paul McCartney’s Silly Love Songs, Katy Perry’s Teenage Dream and Journey’s Don’t Stop Believin’ which was Glee’s first hit.
Exclusively released in 3D digital screens by 20th Century Fox thru Warner Bros, Glee The 3D Concert Movie will open nationwide on September 21, 2011 for two weeks only in Metro Manila, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Bohol, Cagayan De Oro, Bacolod, GenSan, Tagbilaran, Pampanga, Angeles and Baguio.
All images courtesy of 20th Century Fox.
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