Lady Gaga Presents: The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden details
|Formats:||Ex DVD, Blu-ray|
|Genre:||Music/Musical - Music - Rock/Pop|
Lady Gaga Presents: The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden
|Rental release:||21 Nov 2011|
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Fantastic but not suitable for the younger Gaga fansBy a customer , 05 Jan 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]I rented this DVD for my 10 year old daughter as she loves Lady Gaga, unfortunately I to turn it off within the first 5 minutes, as the language is not suitable for children. I watched the film later without my children present and thought it was Absolutely Fantastic. Just be aware this DVD is rated EX (Exempt from certification) I personally wouldn't show this to anyone under the age of at least 15.
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Lady Gaga is not a MonsterBy a customer , 09 Jan 2013Excellent Concert with good behind the scenes footage - Made me revise my view of Lady Gaga as an artist
Gaga deliversBy Swampy264 (25 reviews) from Norwich , 07 Sep 2012Gaga is a great performer and this is another extension of that skill. As already stated, not suitable for young fans due to bad language. Worth a watch indeed. Wife & daughter off to the O2 Saturday for Monsterball tour..........A+++
Lady Gaga ComparedBy a customer , 13 Jul 2012Everyone has their opinion about what a monster is but I think that Lady Gaga is trying to hide her amicable character without success. Madonna would do it better and Kylie Minogue would not.
Saw it live, couldn't wait to see again on Blu-Ray!By a customer , 08 Jul 2012Saw this show at the O2 and couldn't wait to see it again on Blu-Ray.
Great show, went through most of her songs, her rambling monologues and banter with the crowd are quite funny (though take some of it with a pinch of salt), and you see occasional glimpses backstage as they dash off for a costume change and some water! Looks glorious on Blu-Ray too.
Only downside is she wasn't allowed to set the piano on fire at Madison Square Gardens during Speechless, as was done in other shows, so if you were looking to see that on here, then you'll be disappointed. But otherwise it's hard to fault.
I'll echo what a couple others have said though about the language... it's probably not for under 15s!
Great artitst, not the best concertBy a customer , 22 May 2012I love Lady Gaga as a composer and a singer, I just thought this concert was lacking a little in production values. It's nice that she interacts with the audience, but sometimes it's repetitive and just drags a little too long. Her comments about 'hating the truth' were a bit unnecessary, empty and immature for someone that has so many clever insights. I think they could have used more sets maybe, better lighting, etc. I really wanted to like this but I thought it was a bit disappointing.