Written December 29, 2012
We saw it the first time in Las Vegas during Cirque Week and liked it so much that we went again with the Grandsons ages 5 and 7. The seven year old gave it two thumbs up and the 5 year old was mezmerized but evidently not impressed. If you like acrobatics and/or Cirque you will really like the moie.
Written December 26, 2012
This production will encourage everyone to dare to dream outside of the box. Remeber all things are possible. Watching the performance in 3D was incredible, I was swept to another world which brought my all senses alive in a way I never imagined possible.
The characters, customs and their actions were breath taking. I loved the strength of the story line because it was a common love story done through movement and music.
Sitting in the front row, watching it in 3D gave me an adventure I will long remember, thank you for awakening all of my senses of fairytales and dreamlands. Well done, I am waiting for the circus to come to town.
Written January 09, 2013
I liked the story, and the visuals were amazing. seemed a little longer than it could have been, but I loved the parts with the Beatles songs
Written December 22, 2012
I have been to many performances and think this cinematic rendition was terrific and worth going to see. The wonderful part is that they included several of their ongoing performances so any viewer who has not seen the Cirque du Soleil in person can witness the magnitude and perfection of performances of so many extremely talented people.
Written December 24, 2012
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.