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Shakira In Concert: El Dorado World Tour

Shakira In Concert: El Dorado World Tour is a movie starring Shakira. Shakira is a global superstar who, by the age of 18, had taken Latin America by storm. Now, she celebrates her triumphant return to the stage in 2018 with a...

Other Titles
Shakira in Concert, Shakira en concierto: El Dorado Wolrd Tour, Shakira en concierto: El Dorado World Tour, Shakira in Concert: El Dorado World Tour
Running Time
2 hours 2 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Music
James B. Merryman
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Shakira is a global superstar who, by the age of 18, had taken Latin America by storm. Now, she celebrates her triumphant return to the stage in 2018 with a thrilling concert film documenting her acclaimed El Dorado World Tour.

Comments about documentary «Shakira In Concert: El Dorado World Tour» (20)

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Julie Lopez

My biggest question: where's the Shakira in the movie? It's there, but it's nowhere to be found. I mean, it's everywhere, but not as much as I hoped for. The only time I ever felt it was in the movie was when we got to see the Spanish house. That was the only time I felt Shakira's presence in the movie. Overall, I felt the movie was pretty good. It had a very interesting story to tell. The songs were interesting and interesting, but they never made me want to go see the movie. If you like Shakira, you should definitely go see this movie. If you're not a Shakira fan, you should probably wait until the DVD comes out.

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This is a documentary about the concert that was the opening of the new El Dorado museum in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The movie takes you through the concert and the famous events in the museum, and the people who were there, including the band and the crew. The movie is mostly about the fans, the concert, and the museum, and that's why I like it. If you want to see an action movie, see 'The Bourne Identity', or 'The Bourne Ultimatum' instead. I was a little disappointed about the movie, I expected a little more from it. I also was disappointed that the movie was over-long, I was expecting it to be shorter. I still liked it, but not as much as I thought I would.

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Philip H.

As a die-hard Shakira fan, I enjoyed the documentary, but I think the DVD version would be a great addition to my collection. I was excited when Shakira announced that she was going to tour the world, and I was thrilled when she performed on the "El Dorado World Tour" in New York City. The film is a lot of fun, but not everything is worth it. There are some very awkward moments, like when Shakira is talking about the different parts of her body, and one of the men in the audience walks over and says, "You don't look like a woman." Shakira replies, "Well, I'm a woman." To which the man replies, "I'm a man." I also have a lot of issues with the fact that some of the people in the audience were doing the "shag the cat" routine. I was surprised that this was included in the DVD. The only thing I can think of is that some people were so moved by the performance that they wanted to say "shag the cat" at the end of the show. But that is a small complaint compared to the many other problems with the documentary. For example, the majority of the interviewees in the documentary were not very well-versed on Shakira's career. The other members of the band were not very knowledgeable either. I know that I was not very knowledgeable about Shakira's career, so I can understand why I could not be a great Shakira fan. The documentary did not provide any information about the concert and the DVD was not very good. The DVD was also not very good. The soundtrack is also very lackluster. I was not a big fan of Shakira's music, but I like her music. However, the soundtrack was not very good, and it was hard to hear what was going on. Overall, I think the DVD is a great addition to my Shakira collection, but it was not worth the $12.00 I paid for it. I would recommend that you do not buy the DVD.

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Phillip C.

I have seen a lot of Shakira music videos, and this is one of the best. I thought it was a bit too slow and boring but it is a great tribute to Shakira. I also really like the voice of the singer, she is a very beautiful voice, and she did a great job on this movie. I also liked the concept of the film, it's very simple, but still very good. It's worth to see this movie if you like Shakira.

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I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. The DVD was pretty good. It was very good for the price. There was no doubt that it was going to be a great movie, but it wasn't. The movie was about Shakira performing a song called "El Dorado" from her second album. It was really fun to watch this movie. The movie is about Shakira and the album El Dorado. The movie was very entertaining. I recommend this movie to anyone who loves Shakira or El Dorado. This movie is also great for people who are into hip hop. This movie is a must see.

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If you are into the dance-music scene then you will probably be disappointed. It's a documentary and an overview of the careers of most of the main dance-actors from the 80s and 90s. I had heard about this documentary before watching and I am glad that I watched it. I think the DVD is a good investment of your time. The documentary focuses on the dance-music scene in Spain and the dance-actors from that era. There is a lot of material on them but some of the topics are a little bit "over the top". For example, I really liked the interviews with Carmen Maria Valverde and Antonio Cervi. Their performance was very good. But some of the more recent dance-actors, like the two dancers from that show called "Bats and Blondes" were not very well-known at that time. There was a little bit of editing in the documentary, which made it feel a little bit rushed. The music was excellent, the interviews with the dancers were good and there were some really nice songs. I hope this documentary will make you interested in dance-music and dance-actors and hopefully you will be able to find some of the dance-actors in your local theater. I would recommend this documentary to anyone interested in dance-music or dance-actors. And I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in dance-music. I rate it 7/10.

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Nicole H.

I had the pleasure of seeing this DVD at the 2007 San Francisco Film Festival. I think that it's a good documentary, although the DVD has some problems, such as the audio and video quality. The film is presented in the style of a documentary, so the visuals are great. However, there are some very few interviews that are not in the context of a documentary, such as the ones with the actors and the dancers. I think that the film would be more interesting if it were presented in a more documentary style, such as a 60 minute TV special, or a documentary on a more popular artist like Madonna. I don't think that the film is bad, but it could have been better. It's worth seeing, and the DVD is very good. You should also check out the "Bang Bang BlacBlar" documentary, which was also shown at the festival.

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Stephanie Baker

Great musical to get all your emotions out. I was really surprised by the musical talents of the singer. His voice is amazing and the music is just perfect. The movie itself is great as well. Very well made and very well done. Definitely a movie you should see if you love Shakira and El Dorado.

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George W.

I'm not going to lie. This is not a very good movie. But it is entertaining. I saw it in theaters, and it was an excellent choice for the price. It is a compilation of music videos, and it is an interesting way to watch a concert. I'm not saying that the video is a masterpiece. It isn't. It's not even great. But it's still entertaining. It's not a documentary. It is a compilation of music videos, and the music videos are not the best. But it is a very good choice for the price. I do recommend it. I think it is a good choice, and I give it a 7/10.

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In my opinion, the DVD from the Shakira in concert album is the best choice for this documentary. The music is excellent and you really get a sense of what Shakira is all about. You also get a very good look into the recording studio where Shakira performed her albums. All the interviews are great and the production is just fantastic. I also like the fact that the interviews are mostly in Spanish. The DVD also has two extra features. One is a three-minute short film with the songs and the other is an interview with Shakira. Overall, I think this is a very interesting documentary about Shakira's music. I rate it 7/10.

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I saw Shakira in Amsterdam and I have to say she is a good singer, but this movie is not what I expected. I thought the music was good but I think it was a bit too long. I think it could have been a little shorter. I also did not like the way the band members talked about themselves. They should have just talked about their own lives. I also think they should have gone to the U.S. to find more music.

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Jack Butler

For those who think Shakira is one of the greatest performers of all time, this documentary will help you to appreciate her work even more. There is a lot of great music on display and a lot of great interviews. It's a must see for fans of Shakira and of music.

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Debra R.

This is a documentary about Shakira's previous music project, El Dorado World Tour, which was to be a global tour with new songs, and this was to be the biggest tour ever for Shakira. This documentary was shown in theaters across the world, but I've only seen it once, in a theater in a small town in Argentina. The movie was slow, and at times, seemed to be more of a personal life story of Shakira's. I would have loved to see a more active part of this documentary, but I guess you have to watch it for yourself. It was interesting, but also seemed to be a bit more about Shakira's personal life than the tour itself. It would have been great to see more about the people in the tour, especially those who traveled with Shakira, and even some of the people who didn't travel with Shakira. Overall, it was a good documentary, but I feel like it could have been a little more of a personal story of Shakira's, and less of a tour. I would recommend watching this film, but I would be watching it again, in the theater, as I didn't get to see it in a theater in Argentina.

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Charles O.

This documentary is a retelling of Shakira's "El Dorado" album. It starts out with some interviews with fans and some clips of the album, then we jump to the movie version. The movie itself is good and I'd recommend it for anyone interested in Shakira, music, or movies. I have to admit, I was disappointed with the music, the music was not "elaborated" as much as I wanted it to be, and the way they did it is a bit strange. I was really impressed by Shakira's performance though. It was great, she has that "aura" to her that can draw in a crowd and she has a great voice. This film is a must see for anyone who is a Shakira fan, or even a casual fan. I also like the fact that it's "reimagining" the album and not just a recital of the songs. I also like how the music is presented, I think they did a good job with the music. The film is a good film to watch on a rainy day, you don't have to think too much, you just sit back and enjoy it. I would recommend this film for anyone who is a Shakira fan, or even just a casual fan of her.

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Janet Little

The video is for Shakira's "In Concert" concert in Brazil. You can see the full concert in the "Super 8" movie, and in the "Shakira In Concert" video. The videos are pretty good, but I feel that they are way too short. I think it's about 10 minutes long. I like the video, but it's not a full concert. It's more like a 10-15 minute video, with Shakira and some songs. It's definitely worth seeing, but I don't think it's as good as the Super 8 movie. It's more like a music video, where you just see Shakira in a concert. That's my opinion, anyway.

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Deborah Brewer

In my opinion, Shakira's El Dorado World Tour is a great achievement for her. It is a little bit slow, but the music and the performances are amazing. I feel like this is the best Shakira concert I have ever seen. I don't know why people don't like it. I think it is because people think Shakira is a girl band, and they don't like songs that don't have lyrics. I don't know what people are talking about. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes Shakira. The only thing I would say is that some of the songs are a little too long and the album is not very good. But overall, I really liked it.

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Helen Murray

While it's not the most original or interesting movie, it's still pretty good and has some good performances. There's some great songs, which includes the "Door of Heaven" and "Shakira In Concert: El Dorado World Tour" which I found both to be great songs, and this movie definitely got better as it went on. The ending is pretty good and while it doesn't really show Shakira in her full glory, it does a great job showing her as a singer, and that she is an incredible singer. I've always been a fan of Shakira, and this movie really shows me what she can do as a singer. Overall, I think this movie is very good, but it's still not the best Shakira movie out there. 7/10

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This is a movie that was supposed to have been made by the people behind Shakira, and they failed miserably. I can't even begin to explain how bad this film is. It's a horrible, horrible movie. There is no substance in this movie, and it's the most boring film I've ever seen. It was boring and pointless, with no interesting things to say. Shakira is trying to make an art film. It was boring and pointless. The only thing that I found to be interesting was when she performs songs from her first album. I didn't like the choreography in this film, but I was thankful that it was in the movie. Shakira is terrible in this film, and the only reason I gave this film a 7 out of 10 is because I thought it was still a good film. I can't give this film a negative score because I felt that it was still a good film.

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Judith Barrett

As part of the all-star cast for "El Dorado World Tour" Shakira and Brian May (vocals) were in attendance at the opening night of the concert. The audience was treated to a performance of El Dorado and Shakira's favorite songs, and the audience enjoyed the music and the story. I felt that the music was excellent and was pleased with the film as well. It was good to see Shakira and May in concert together. The band members are all very talented and have a great sense of humor. They also have a very loyal following. This film is a great example of how a film can change the lives of people who watch it. The people who were in attendance were thrilled to see the film and appreciated the musical performances. I would recommend this film to anyone who is a Shakira fan, El Dorado fan, or a person who enjoys music.

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Brian H.

This is a great film. The first half of the film was good, and I felt it was a little slow, but once I got into the concert itself, it got much better. There was a great mix of things from the film, from the musicians, to the audience, to the audience, to the band, to the director, to the musicians, and to the director. The music is great, and the director did an excellent job at keeping the music from getting too loud, and keeping the emotions flowing. The last half of the film is great, as well. This film was definitely a great experience, and I think everyone should see it.