Movie Feel Good Review – Cher and her team presented the world with a tremendous gift with this exhilarating performance. You could see happiness in the faces of the audience as well as the performers.
I brought my personal exhaustion to the party. By the end I was moving my body and totally into the joy of the experience.
The first thing that struck me was that Cher really loved her audience. And they loved her. You could tell by their smiling expressions and the waving cardboard signs.
There is so much packed into this ninety minute extravaganza that I can’t cover it all. But here are some highlights.
Cher started out with a body moving “I still haven’t found what I’m looking for”. She followed this with “All or nothing”.
The audience then delighted in a “Sonny and Cher” film sequence. Ah yes – the good old days.
Other performances included the popular “Half Breed”, “Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves”, and a “Take Me Home” dance sequence.
You’ve seen Elvis impersonators. Well – Cher was one also. And she was good.
This DVD rental also featured “The Shoop Shoop Song”, aka “It’s in his kiss”.
I absolutely loved the two flamenco dance sequences. It made me want to take up dancing.
Just when I thought I couldn’t, “Strong Enough” moved me forward.
Believe it or not, the next uplifting song was “If I could turn back time”.
The finale was Cher’s mega-hit “Believe”. As if the singing wasn’t enough, there was spectacular musical accompaniment, amazing dancing, and aerial acrobatics. I watched this finale six times! That’s one of the great things about DVDs.
It’s unusual to encounter a performance that inspires you to get out of the doldrums and do what the artists are doing. This is one of those performances.
Movie Feel Good Review – You absolutely must see this performance by Cher and her team.