Filmed in front of 76,000 fans at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia, "The 1989 World Tour Live" captures Taylor Swift's entire performance while also mixing in behind-the-scene, rehearsal, and special guest footage from her 1989 Tour.
Edited concert performance video by Taylor, before thousands of her adoring fans, of her hit song 'Red' in which she likens a one-sided relationship to a thrilling but doomed ride in a brand-new Maserati down a dead-end street.
The glamorous and fashionable clip, directed by Joseph Kahn, opens with the pop megastar and rap mogul on board a luxury yacht in Miami. With Future in the driver's seat, Taylor rides ... See full summary »
Okay, so, I always have to bring up everything that can go sideways - everything that we need to expect. Number one: the president could come after you.
Yeah, fuck that. I don't care.
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Good content, not necessarily worthy of a documentary
I feel like everything that was said in this documentary could have been said in a fifteen minute YouTube video. I like Taylor swift and I enjoy her music and I am glad she is going through personal growth. However, I didn't really need an hour and a half of explanation. I suppose I expected there to be more content? Second, and arguably most importantly, I completely agree with what she said about celebrities being "frozen" at the age they became famous. I appreciate she was able to recognize this and stated she felt like she was trying to "catch up" to 29. She does come off as immature for 29. Perhaps this is the difficulty of fame, not leading a real life, never struggling financially, never actually working soul crushing jobs to make ends meet. I do recognize how psychologically crushing it must be to not be able to go out in public. However, her huge emphasis on politics makes this difficult for me. My problem is not her views, but rather how she came to the conclusion. I find that it is very easy for rich and famous people to have one sided political views. The world isn't black and white. The problem is much deeper and celebrities can really only see the surface, so they need to really do their research before giving advice.
Would I watch it again? No. Am I glad I watched it? Sure. Would I recommend it to a friend? Yes. 7/10.
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