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Glee Live! In Concert!

Glee Live! In Concert!

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Director: Kevin Tancharoen

Cast: Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss


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Glee heads to the big screen with this live concert performance captured in 3D from director Kevin Tancharoen and producer Ryan Murphy.


Glee heads to the big screen with this live concert performance captured in 3D from director Kevin Tancharoen and producer Ryan Murphy.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
For those who just can't get enough Glee -- the kind of people who've actually bought the close to a dozen soundtracks that have been released -- Glee: The 3D Concert Movie will be exactly what they want. Haven't had enough of Lea Michele doing "Don't Rain on My Parade"? Don't worry, it's here. You want Mark Salling to rock out? Yep, that's here too in the form of Queen's "Fat Bottomed Girls." Have you stopped believing there'll be another group performance of "Don't Stop Believin'"? Well, Gleeks, keep the faith -- it opens the whole movie. In an attempt to give the film an identity beyond a blatant attempt to squeeze even more money from the fan base, director Kevin Tancharoen showcases three teenagers whose lives have improved immeasurably because of the popular Fox television show. There's a high-school cheerleader and Prom Princess who also happens to be a dwarf, a girl suffering from Asperger's who's fixated on the character Brittany (Heather Morris), and a 19-year-old guy who was outed in the eighth grade. While these three stories are obviously feel-good, uplifting tales of surviving hardships, it's tough to accept that these teens wouldn't have found themselves were it not for a TV show. There are numerous on-camera testimonials from fans waiting to go into the concert. They swear that the show helps them forge an identity and remember that even people who seem to be popular and successful probably feel like misfits and losers themselves. If ever there was an ode to the joys of conformity through nonconformity, this movie is it. While we're on the topic of role models on the show, it's striking that all of the guys on Glee -- certainly all the guys in any of the singing groups -- are either super fit or super thin. This is less noticeable on the show itself, where the individual plotlines define the characters as much as their physiques. But if Glee is all about high-school misfits finding their identities, why are there no fat white guys? Seriously, guys in New Directions can be disabled, gay, dumb, or drug-taking, mohawk-wearing a-holes, but apparently you're not allowed to sing and dance if you're a dude with any extra poundage whatsoever. The movie isn't supposed to be a social treatise, though -- it's a concert movie, and there are a handful of highly entertaining numbers. Amber Riley (Mercedes) and Naya Rivera (Santana) bring down the house with a rousing "River Deep, Mountain High," Heather Morris delivers a Britney Spears-esque performance that proves she should simply leave Glee and take over the role of the real Britney Spears, and Cory Monteith charms his way through "Jessie's Girl" -- the kind of song so catchy it's hard to screw it up. Glee: The 3D Concert Movie won't win over any new fans, but it does make you wish that the show's mastermind, Ryan Murphy, might actually try a straight-up silver-screen musical with the cast rather than settle for this forgettable product.

Product Details

Release Date:
Original Release:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
[Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

Special Features

Exclusive Performances Not Seen in Theaters: "Dog Days Are Over" and "Friday"; Thrilling extended performances of "Ain't No Way" and "Happy Days Are Here Again/Get Happy"; On Stage with the Cast including Hilarious Unseen Sue Sylvester Introductions and Kurt's Proposal; Backstage with the Cast ; Shazam - This Feature delivers exclusive Glee content right to your mobile device!

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
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 Mike
Chord Overstreet Sam
Ashley Fink Lauren
Jon Robert Hall Warbler
Riker Lynch Warbler
Titus Makin Warbler
Curt Mega Warbler
Jaymz Tuaileva Warbler
Nicholas Jerome Baga Dancer
Justine De Vera Dancer
Hannah Douglass Dancer
Courtney Galiano Dancer
Kyle R. Hill Dancer
Lexy Hulme Dancer
KC Monnie Dancer
Brittany Parks Dancer
Michael Peter Riccio Dancer
Haylee Roderick Dancer
Kellen Sarmiento Mini Warbler

Technical Credits
Kevin Tancharoen Director
P.J. Bloom Musical Direction/Supervision
Ian Brennan Executive Producer
Brad Falchuk Executive Producer
Michael Harvey Makeup
Karen Kane Asst. Director
Myron Kerstein Editor
James S. Levine Score Composer
Dante di Loreto Producer
Glen MacPherson Cinematographer
Paul Marlow Costumes/Costume Designer
Jane Moran Editor
Ryan Murphy Producer
David Nicksay Executive Producer
Tatiana S. Riegel Editor
Bee Shaffer Associate Producer
Julie Teel Makeup
Zachary Woodlee Choreography,Co-producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Glee: The Concert Movie
1. Scene 1 [2:56]
2. Scene 2 [1:09]
3. Scene 3 [:10]
4. Scene 4 [:10]
5. Scene 5 [2:05]
6. Scene 6 [:10]
7. Scene 7 [:10]
8. Scene 8 [2:29]
9. Scene 9 [1:51]
10. Scene 10 [2:24]
11. Scene 11 [:15]
12. Scene 12 [:10]
13. Scene 13 [:10]
14. Scene 14 [1:26]
15. Scene 15 [:12]
16. Scene 16 [:10]
17. Scene 17 [:10]
18. Scene 18 [2:32]
19. Scene 19 [:10]
20. Scene 20 [:10]
21. Scene 21 [:10]
22. Scene 22 [1:46]
23. Scene 23 [:10]
24. Scene 24 [:10]
25. Scene 25 [:28]
26. Scene 26 [:10]
27. Scene 27 [:10]
28. Scene 28 [2:33]
29. Scene 29 [:01]
30. Scene 30 [:01]
31. Scene 31 [:10]
32. Scene 32 [:10]
33. Scene 33 [:10]
34. Scene 34 [:10]
35. Scene 35 [:10]
36. Scene 36 [2:15]


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Glee Live! In Concert! 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Scotty169 More than 1 year ago
This movie was formated from 3D to 2D for standard viewing. The sound quality is great however the picture is grainy and not worth the cost. I am sorry that I bought this for my roommate for his birthday. It really leaves much to be desired.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago