Katy Perry: Part of Me


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Katy Perry as Herself/Kathy Beth Terry
Adam Marcello as Himself - Band Leader/Drums
Casey Hooper as Himself - Guitars
Patrick Matera as Himself - Guitars
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1hr 33 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lisafordeay 7 / 10

If your a fan of Katy Perry like me then you will like this movie

Alright so I seen this in the cinemas last year with my brother and my mom. Of course we ended up watching this unannounced because the film that we were suppose to watch was on too late and we couldn't stay to watch it (BTW the film we were suppose to see was ICE AGE 4) but instead I said to my mom how about Katy Perry's concert movie. She agreed and we went in to see it. Surprisingly I actually found myself liking it. Heck I even bought it on DVD after that and I only seen it once(BTW its not a movie you'd watch over and over again,only now and again as its a documentary).

So what is it about,well the movie is a music documentary like I mentioned before about Katy Perry's life and what she does on a day to day basis touring around the world with her band and also learning her past mistakes when she married Russell Brand(whom she broke up with and you can actually see her breaking down in tears because of it. Also we get to see her 90 something year old grandmother,her parents,AND her brother and sister.Before the movie even starts we get to see some of Katy Perry's biggest fans and all her fun costumes that she wears.

Katy Perry herself seemed to be a really nice sweet down to earth young woman who knows how to please people,even my mom said that she was a really plain down to earth chick and my 5 year old brother(who was 4 at the time)also liked it(and hey it was his first PG movie so he might fancy her who knows right).

So onto my final verdict. If your a Katy Perry fan and you grew up listening to her music and just like her in general than go and see it,if you are looking for a movie based film where someone is acting like Katy Perry then avoid and also if you hate real life films than avoid it.

Overall I'm giving this a 7.

Reviewed by Neil Welch 7 / 10

Where's the concert movie, though?

If you don't like Katy Perry then don't go and see this film. If you've never heard of her, then here is a quick heads up about her and about this (self-produced) movie. After kicking away from a very religious upbringing (while retaining her faith), and paying some serious dues, Perry hit it big with the self-aware and mildly salacious single I Kissed A Girl and the excellent album it came from, One Of The Boys. More hits followed as Perry worked her little Minnie Mouse strawberry flavoured socks off touring the album across the world in a series of relatively small gigs. The second album (discounting an Unplugged fill-in), Teenage Dream, enjoyed massive success and spawned 5 (and counting) major hit singles. Perry toured this album with a major stadium worldwide tour throughout 2011 featuring a two hour show laden with dancers, costumes, effects and so on. 3D footage of tour performance forms the backbone of this film as it tells Perry's backstory and also provides backstage footage of the tour and also the disintegration of her relatively brief marriage to bad boy comedian Russell Brand.

Despite being a 60 year old Englishman with two grown kids - hardly part of the Perry demographic, and certainly not one of her "KatyCats" - I have a lot of time for Miss Perry. If nothing else, she is a grafter, and I respect that highly. She is also a strong individualist with a huge sense of fun as regards style and presentation. Her songs are melodic and often lyrically witty and saucy (though with a regrettable leaning towards crassness in places on the more recent album). Her vocal style, while limited to essentially a full-throated pop blare or else falsetto, suits her material.

The concert footage - all of it interrupted by cutaways and voiceovers - made me wish that a full 3D concert movie was available. I enjoyed it, but was enormously frustrated at not being able to experience a single number all the way through.

The non-concert footage is interesting (and one must bear in mind that the edit was almost certainly under Perry's complete control). I was already aware of most of the personal history, but it was interesting to meet family and friends and to understand that she has a strong support structure in place. The scale of the more recent tour was impressive, and it was good to see her enthusiastic interaction with her fans, especially the young ones: not all acts are as available, even if only in rationed doses. Also interesting and moving were the sequences shot around the marriage breakdown. Kudos to Perry for including them (I contrast this with Paul McCartney's concert DVD immediately preceding his marriage breakup, where Heather Mills has been edited out completely, while she is all over the previous one). These sequences don't take sides, they simply present a glimpse of the impact on Perry towards the end of a major tour, and her professionalism in the face of difficult personal circumstances.

I suspect that the best stage performances feature a considered performance persona - a "stage face", if you like - fuelled by talent and part of the personality of the real person behind the mask. Sometimes the two meet, and the audience sees the real person through the stage mask: that is magic, and it happens here.

A film which started out having me go "Oh dear" at the gushing tributes from young fans left me with increased respect for Perry, and the feeling that maybe she's not a bad role model for impressionable young girls.

Reviewed by filmnoob007 7 / 10

Exactly what you expect it to be

If you go into this movie as a fan of Katy Perry, you'll love it. If you don't like her at all, you won't like the movie. Plain and simple.

As a fan of Katy Perry, I juggled with the idea of actually paying money to see this in the theater because I wouldn't say I'm a hardcore fan. But I decided I would go to experience the 3D effects. The 3D did not disappoint. It added a dimension to some of the concert scenes making the atmosphere fun and bubbly. The concert scenes were mixed in with behind the scenes looks at what goes into being Katy Perry.

Now if you are not a huge fan of her, you probably won't want to see the movie. It does give a really personal and at times, tragic, look into super stardom. And at the end of the movie you might find yourself liking Katy more.

Overall, it really is a film for fans. Nothing more, nothing less.

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