Written September 02, 2014
Worlds Away was spectacular and much more than I expected. I bought 13 tickets for my three girls, their husbands and all my grandchildren to see it. My grandkids range in age from 8 to 22 and they throughly enjoyed the film. If given the chance they all we would love to see a live show after seeing this wonderful movie.
Written July 28, 2014
We have been to all the Cirque du Soleil perfomances at United Center and this movie is truly a Cirque du Soleil genre. It seemed to be a compilation of different Cirque shows as we had seen some of the acts at the United Center in different shows.
The cinematography was beautiful and the story was done in typical Cirque du Soleil fashion. If you've never been to a Cirque du Soleil show, see the movie. It takes you into their world, non like ours, and everything is beautifully choreographed. We thoroughly enjoyed it.
Written September 19, 2014
Unfortunately, due to ONE act, and one act only, this movie should have been rated R. The movie is well made and my kids (ages 4,6,11, and 13) were able to sit for the whole length of it. But there is an act that belongs in Las Vegas, and las Vegas only, that made even me (and I am over 40!) extremely uncomfortable. If I had known this, and I had a choice, I would NOT have gone to the movie.
Written December 28, 2012
Sometimes dreams come true, that was for me to see Cirque du Soleil performance in the movie theater.
It is absolutely amazing, poetic, magic, beautiful! The costumes, music and artists perfection and charm are incredible.
I appreciated this chance, thank you!
Written January 01, 2013
We had already seen a live version of Cirque De Soleil and that was eye riveting. The movie was wonderful and I was very impressed! My over all experience went well except for when we got there. We bought our tickets online through Fandango so we would not have to stand in line. As it turned out we had to stand in line for 20 minutes and the line for the box office, at any given moment, was no more than 5 people. It was my opinion that the theater was not prepared for the people who had online tickets. When we arrived at the theater, there was a sign above each door telling you which door you should go through if you had online tickets and a door that specified box office. Apparently both doors were for online tickets and the box office was clear to the left. Some other customers and myself were left wondering why we even bothered to buy the tickets online. Although that was a minor irritant, the movie was great and we enjoyed it very much!