Cast: Taylor Swift, Amos Heller, Paul Sidoti, Matt Billingslea, Mike Meadows, Karina DePiano, Kamilah Marshall, Melanie Nyema
Director: Sam Wrench
Running time: 169 min.
Taylor Swift a cultural icon, a phenomenon we’ve never seen before – especially from someone as young as her. She has captivated the youth all over the world with her unique lyrics and singing style that is easily understandable and that is where the affection and popularity come from. The Eras journey may be done and dusted but now it’s the turn of the big screen that has taken her to unprecedented heights of Billionaire status. This concert film experience is a once-in-a-lifetime, spectacular, big-screen look at the iconic tour.
Director Sam Wrench’s cameras follow Swift everywhere as she sings, dances and flashes her thousand-watt smile through a nearly three-hour cross-section of her hits. The audience will watch it as a mesmerizing technical spectacle that faithfully relishes (in its glory and intimacy) the amazing sold-out concerts of the pop goddess in all their magnificence. The cameras are never seen in the film and that’s a Houdini act that most other concert films have failed to achieve. We see the color change to match each era change and every exquisite detail of her costumes is visible to the discerning eye.
The cameras are everywhere, surrounding her from top to bottom and all around, as she and her company make their way through every inch of the massive stage at SoFi Stadium. The lighting is imaginatively done to capture every movement and even the smallest glimpse of speech from the singer and her multifaceted actions. Her career so far, which has spanned nearly two decades, has given her several tools that have helped her achieve superstardom. Drone shots capture the entire 70,000 plus crowd, cheering, singing and cheering, their cell phones alight. The editing team seamlessly assembles performances over three nights, to create a cinematic experience that captures the frenzy and ecstasy of its fans. We also see the big picture and marvel at the unimaginable impact this singer has on his fans.
Swift makes a complete emotional connection with both the songs and her audience. Her 169-minute showcase of performance artistry and technical wizardry is astonishing. she goes through”Anti-Hero” (from “Midnights”), “Shake It Off” and “Bad Blood” from “1989”, “We’ll Never Get Back Together” and “I Knew You Were Trouble” from “Red,” to “ Our Song” from the early days, with unflagging energy and vocal agility. Swift’s 10-minute performance of “All Too Well” comes across as poignant as his lyrics and his scary and angry performance. She also plays “Champagne problems” which she wrote with her ex-boyfriend Joe Alwyn and “Betty” on acoustic guitar with emotional strength as she shows her ability to relate to her fans with lively singing (sort of lyrical storytelling) and voices. , which was her most selling quality. His exhaustive repertoire opens with “Cruel Summer” and culminates in the delightful finale, “Karma.” Most of her songs from movies have been kept out and some of her No. 1 the cut too. This is indeed a feature on the most profitable tour of all time, with more than three dozen songs spanning the career (and still growing) of one of the most successful musicians of all time.
For Taylor Swift fans this will be 169 minutes of pure alchemy – an extension of the concert experience and if you are not a hardcore ‘Swiftie’ this could be quite exhausting. But the cinematic appeal of “The Eras Tour” is undeniable. To get the most out of this epic concert film you must fully surrender yourself to the full sensory experience of it.
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