Reviews and Problems with Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away
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Great visual experience!
dgrace, Warner Bros
6 January 2014
Summary: This troupe and the movie they produced are just incredible. I've probably watched this three times in the last month and have not begun to tire of it. Have recommended it to a few friends already.
Pros: Entertaining, Great Cinematography, High Production Value, Original
One of the best entertainment 3D blu rays that we have in our library
22 March 2013
Excerpt: My wife and I watched this tonight. I cannot begin to describe how great this 3D blu ray is. I would not try to insult this feature with the words that I have in my vocabulary. I can only say, if you are sitting on the fence about buying this, then go ahead and make the jump to get it.
Excerpt: I will start this review the way I felt when I first saw it in the movie theater... 1. You have to LOVE Cirque Du Soleil. Not just "like"...you have to love them. 2. Don't spend even one second trying to analyse the plot.
Summary: Cirque du Soleil: World’s Away (2012) A young couple are separated and must travel through the wonderful and mystical world of “Cirque du Soleil,” determined to be reunited, all in the magic of 3-D.
Summary: I'm not into worshipping the sun (which is what the paganistic "Circus of the Sun" is all about, hence the dark sometimes frightening costumes and of course the name). I've been to three Cirque du Soleil shows and seen five of their movies.
Summary: This movie is as close to the real thing as you can get, many shows rolled into one spectacular show. Some ways you get to see more than going to a live show, but that said it is not going to be as good as being there, but still very close :)
Summary: What a heart stopping film. There are no special effects just raw talent.There is not much story,it is just there to connect the acts.Some of the best parts are in slow motion which show just how risky and hard they are.It is not a movie as such but a stage show.
Conclusion: The experience of witnessing a Cirque du Soleil production for real can be an exhilarating one. Sadly, it really does not translate to the big screen. The efforts of director Adamson to jazz it up with 3D still does not do it justice, while his Alice in Wonderland plot linking up several of the Las...
Amazing - especially if you've already seen a Cirque show
20 March 2013
Conclusion: I have seen reviews good and bad for this movie on the web. We were lucky enough to see KA in Las Vegas a couple of months ago, so the format (a 90 minute film featuring extracts from most of the Cirque shows currently running in Vegas, tenuously linked by a wafer-thin plot) suited us just fine - it...