Written December 22, 2012
It's so unusal for a movie, and you have to have a open mind... But all in all it was so extint and in rare form. The beauty of the performances was Breath-taking!!! Memorizing performances, About 15 minutes into the film, I thought to myslef that the first 15-20 minutes paid for itself(3D ticket prices)... Try something new and rare, Go see it...
Cheaper then a trip to Vegas- Flight, hotel, show tickets, snacks... Ummm No brainer! Go see this while you can!
Written July 29, 2014
You enter a journey. Suspend logic---just allow yourself to follow the fantastic world. Cirque has brought together amazing visuals, imagination, music, artistry from many of its best shows. If you have seen Cirque before, you will love this. If you haven't, just go and enjoy!
Written August 01, 2014
way different than seeing it in person, but still very enjoyable. i'm going to see it again! the first time my 6 year old grandson went and he didn't like it much at the beginning. he was ready to leave. he wasn't thrilled with the 3d aspect , but he liked most of it. he said his favorite part was the warriors. we took him to a live show recently and he really enjoyed that. my favorite part is the men and the wheel. i saw that in a live show and that was so exciting! i'm glad it was in the movie. my 11 year old grand daughter went to the live show and loved it, and will see the 3d movie with me. i liked it enough that i gave tickets for christmas to some cirque loving family members, and they loved it! every cirque show that i've seen is breath taking.
Written July 29, 2014
If you are interested in seeing a Cirque performance, this is not the movie to see. There have been other videos created of Cirque shows that are truly magical. But, in my opinion, this entire movie is only an infomercial to make you want to see other cirque shows. There is more "acting" and "emoting" in this movie than there is actual circus type performances. If you want to see the real Cirque, then go see a real show. The most disturbing part of the actual performance pieces is they have been chopped up to try to show you the highlights of the performances, but you see a person moving in one direction doing one thing, then they flash to the same person either jumping forward or backward in time from a different angle repeating what they did or doing something else. It makes the performances look like they were patched together rather than performed by skilled artisans. Save your money.
Written December 23, 2012
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.