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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 en concierto: El Dorado World Tour, Shakira en concierto: El Dorado Wolrd Tour, Shakira in Concert: El Dorado World Tour, Shakira in Concert
Running Time
2 hours 2 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
James B. Merryman
Actors
Shakira
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Shakira is a truly global superstar who, by the age of 18, had taken Latin America by storm, before conquering international markets at 24 with her crossover hit "Whenever Wherever". Since then, she has continued to break barriers and records around the world with her unique blend of Latin sounds, rock and roll, and world music. Now, she celebrates her triumphant return to the stage in 2018 with a thrilling concert film documenting her acclaimed El Dorado World Tour, to be shown in theaters worldwide this November. Following the hugely successful release of her album El Dorado - which eventually earned her a Grammy for Best Latin Pop Vocal Album and a Latin Grammy for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album - Shakira returned to the world stage with her most celebrated show yet, performing recent smashes such as "Chantaje" and "La Bicicleta" as well as hits from her 20+ year repertoire including "Hips Don't Lie", "Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)" and "Estoy Aqui", to sold out stadiums and arenas across the planet. For two nights only, the cinema version relives the larger-than-life show on the big screen, and through documentary footage and Shakira's own words highlights what it took for Shakira and her team to bring the career-highlight show to 22 countries and nearly a million fans, following the drama of having to postpone the entire tour due to a vocal cord injury in November 2017.

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

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Daniel J.

With the main sponsor being Universal Music International, Shakira has been touring Europe and the US for the past several years. This film is about their latest tour, where they were joined by a group of talented musicians, such as the legendary David Bowie. This is one of the best films I have ever seen on Shakira. The tour was fun and entertaining, with plenty of laughs. It was a very memorable and interesting film. My favorite part was the theater section where they played some musical songs that they wrote for the concert. I also enjoyed the interviews with other artists, like the Beatles, Sting, The Rolling Stones, etc. There were some funny moments too, such as the Queen singer being called on stage. Also, there were a few celebrity cameos such as Justin Bieber, Don Cheadle, and others. In conclusion, I highly recommend this film for all Shakira fans, not just fans of the concerts. I give this film an A.

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Jonathan C.

This documentary has a lot of fun doing things it never did in the 80's: including playing music live with various musical eras, including ABBA, the Who, and the Beatles. The film is particularly fun to watch with this soundtrack included, which sounds like a great time in the past! This is a great documentary for people who don't want to miss out on the band, or for those who missed out on the band in the 80's. A lot of fun for fans and the group, and a great document to add to the music archive.

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Stephen Sanders

I remember going to see this movie in Toronto in 2002 when it was at the movie theatre. It was a very cool film, and I was surprised by how well they did it. It's a great documentary about Shakira, and what is really happening on the planet with her music. I was not surprised when the documentary ended, and I found out that some people had thought this film was complete crap. I found that they were wrong, but I was somewhat surprised that some people who thought it was complete crap, actually did like the film. I think people who liked this film had a certain bias in what they expected. I don't know why people who liked the film, did not like the documentary. I would love to see a sequel to this film. I would like to see her perform her songs live again, and I would like to see the fans reaction to this film. I also think that it would be great if she did a video as well. It would be a good way to get people to see her music, and if they really liked the film, it would be cool if they could see it again.

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Elizabeth

We're so used to hearing about Shakira as a pop singer and TV star, that when we hear about her legendary concerts, we expect to see her do one-man show, scream, and play the guitar. But, on stage, she is much more than a pop diva, and she gives us an extraordinary performance, never letting the stage go to her head. At the same time, there is the other side of her, a woman who loves to sing and who feels a deep connection to her audience. She was, without a doubt, the greatest singer of her generation, and her music, and her energy, will live on for years to come. There's also an amazing performance from Boy George. While Shakira isn't the best-selling artist of all time, I still don't know what makes her so amazing. She can sing, she can dance, she can look gorgeous, and she is undeniably the greatest pop diva of all time.

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Julie M.

This documentary shows how Shakira and her supporters became famous and well known in Brazil and how they came to international acclaim, thanks to the film "The Beatles: Live in Rio de Janeiro", a documentary about the Rio de Janeiro concert in 1964. It's a wonderful movie. The songs are as good as ever. The camera work is superb. The directing is sharp and the sound quality is first rate. There is a wonderful live performance on a rainy day in a Portuguese university, in which Shakira performs one of her songs. The filming and editing is superb, showing a great love of the music. The music is simply outstanding. This documentary shows how "The Beatles" became famous. The documentary begins with interviews with Paul McCartney and George Harrison. There are lots of famous faces in the film, especially John Lennon and Ringo Starr. The subject is a bit controversial, but it's all about the Beatles' career and how they came to international fame.

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Sandra H.

From the trailer, I was expecting a docudrama of Shakira and her legacy. I was wrong. The docudrama focuses on the superstar's life after her death and her thoughts about it. She's talking about her soulmates and her thoughts on women in general. And it's awesome! It's a great documentary on a great performer. I think she's really good in this. I love how she's reminiscing about her previous generations, her relationships, and the music. The scene in which she talks about how "who gives a *?", I also liked. It really shows her honest opinion. I love that she's talking about the music and her feelings about it. She was so articulate about the music. It's really a great look at the legendary talent. The only problem I had with the docudrama was when they were showing the music. She's only talking about "Eulogy" from "If you have feelings for me, let's dance." and "Tango In Coda". I don't know what was going on there. Other than that, the music was really good. I'm not a fan of Shakira's music but the music in this documentary is great. It's really cool. I also really liked the music she was playing in the documentary. It was really good. Overall, the documentary is really good. It's funny, dramatic, and has a great look at Shakira's life. I recommend it to everyone.

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Christopher

The documentary is really entertaining and really good for any music lover. The reason for the great results is the mix of interviews, documentaries and old videos and posters. You really can learn a lot and be informed. The problem I had with this documentary is that it seems like the film maker just wants to tell you all about Shakira, but it just doesn't do this. I found the interviews and discussions with Shakira to be really interesting, but I think that it would have been a lot better if it just focused on her music. I mean, she does a lot of interviews, and the filmmakers do try to talk about everything she has done in the past, but there is a lot of songs that I didn't even know she performed. It would have been nice if they would have just focused on her music and left out the rest of her life. Overall, the documentary is really good and worth watching. The interviews and discussions with Shakira are really interesting. The only thing that is a little bit annoying about the documentary is the need to use a lot of movie clips, and it makes the documentary boring. But overall, the documentary is great, and I would definitely recommend it to anybody who loves Shakira. 7/10

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Catherine

I first saw Shakira in Barcelona, when she was performing in the Plaza Bologna, in front of over 10,000 people. The performance was really incredible and I have to say that it is the greatest thing I have ever seen in my life. The concert is more of a showcase for Shakira's singing skills, but it was not the best I've seen. The vocals are just OK, and the singing is sometimes rather weak. Also, the energy of the performance is a bit lacking. The song selections are good, but the selection of songs are not as good as the previous performances of Shakira. But as I said, the performance was truly amazing. I was also very impressed by the singing skills of Shakira. The songs are really great, and she does not disappoint. My biggest problem is that it was rather hard to get into the songs, and there are some problems with the technical stuff. But that's not really a problem. I have to say that it is very entertaining. The songs are good, and you can hear the beautiful singing of Shakira. So it's worth watching it for Shakira, and I believe that she really deserves the Oscar.

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Bruce

I watched this film on the record for El Dorado. It's really entertaining, it's funny, but the film is more about the story and the politics of the moment than it is about the music. I don't think it really makes much sense to watch this film to hear the songs, but that's not what I was expecting. I actually thought the film would be more interesting to hear what Shakira and Beyonce were saying about the music. What I heard was that they were just talking about how the record is about the politics of the time. I think that's what this film is really about, but it's also a very entertaining movie about music. I enjoyed it, but I would not watch it again. I think it was better to see it in the theaters, and watch it on the record for El Dorado.

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Peter R.

A concert from Shakira in her native Croatia where she plays songs from her album from 1989 and plays some of her best songs. A wonderful tribute to Shakira and her music. The documentary has some great moments, and some great music and a nice story behind it. The songs, as I said, are great and the music is just great. I thought this would be more of a tribute to Shakira, but it is so much more. I hope this documentary gets to be a thing on YouTube so people can see it.

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Peter P.

THE LINEUP OF A SHAKIRA IN CONCERT: LEONARDO DIAZ, VICTOR HAN, BENJAMIN MALHEUR, MICHAEL SIMONE, STEPHEN SCHROEDER, EMANUELLE BERNARDO, JOSÉ MARRIOT.This film is one of my all time favorites, I am so glad it is available on DVD. Here is a documentary film that takes you on a musical journey to see a glimpse of one of the greatest musical artists of our time. The director used a number of different camera angles to highlight different scenes and performances, and to follow the incredible journey of Shakira's life and her new album "El Dorado World Tour". I thought this was a great film, because it was a musical documentary, it was a personal journey, but it also went into the life of a singer and her music and her fans, so it was a very interesting film. My favorite part was the interviews with Leonard Cohen who played the main role of El Dorado, there were so many things I was interested in and that was very entertaining to me. It was great to see her perform and to see her live. I recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of Shakira, her music, or just wants to see some amazing pictures of her. It is a great film, 7/10

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Tammy W.

When I heard about the Shakira In Concert movie I was very excited to see it. The movie is very good and will give you a good insight into Shakira. The director, Shanaaz Graham, is very good and the story is very nice. Shakira In Concert is one of my favorite Shakira songs and I think you will like the movie as well. I do like the movie a lot and I think you should watch it as well. Shakira In Concert is a good movie and I would recommend it to all who like Shakira. I would rate it 8/10.

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Samantha R.

I was fortunate enough to catch this in NYC, it was a great film, and I had the opportunity to meet and talk with many of the musicians involved. It was very much a "feel good" movie, with songs that were written for each of the musicians, and was really like a family reunion. I was very happy to see that Shakira and Elvis were there, and as the film progressed I was very happy that they made it, and I had a blast. The title song was "Get Rhythm", which I thought was the best song of the night, it's amazing how Elvis' voice was able to grab the audience at the time. I also thought that the songs were very real and not just songs that were sung to get attention or for marketing purposes. I thought that this film did a wonderful job of capturing the moment in the lives of these musicians. If you want to get a little insight into what it must be like to live in a world that's dominated by so much money and not enough love. I definitely recommend this movie for all of the Elvis and Shakira fans out there.

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Virginia R.

When I saw the trailer for this movie, I thought it sounded like a bad piece of work, but it turned out to be really good. For a period of time, I was actually quite excited for the film, but I wasn't expecting it to be a masterpiece, especially with the top performers like Shakira, Miki, Ghanian, Pia, Arnaud, and maybe a few others. I was pleasantly surprised by this film, because it really is one of the best I've seen in the last decade. This is a completely original story, but I was totally overwhelmed by it. The setting, the production values, and the music were great. The problem with this movie is that it was very hard to watch. It was hard to follow because you weren't really following any character or story line. I thought that it was a good idea for the movie to move from one movie to another, but that didn't work for me. It was hard to keep up with the story line. There were several parts where I didn't know who was who or what was going on, and I was actually looking at the clock at some points. But, for a period of time, I was totally lost. It is a good idea, but it needed some work. The movie was really well done, and the acting was fantastic. It is a shame that the music wasn't better. It was actually one of the better parts of the movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys music, but not to the hardcore music fans.

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Deborah

Here is a documentary on Shakira and El Dorado, the legendary Jamaican musicians. Both musicians were chosen for this documentary because they are often mentioned in the same sentence. The documentary includes interviews with many of the musicians and their families and tells the story of the band, with their struggles and triumphs. The documentary shows how they first met, how they became friends and then their rise to fame. It is also shown how the band members ended up marrying and divorcing and how they both suffered from illnesses and personal tragedy. It's interesting to see the struggles the musicians went through to make this documentary. It is also interesting to see how they deal with their illness. In a way this is the story of the Jamaican musicians and the hardships they faced when they became famous and how they overcame them. The documentary is extremely good, the actors are good and they are believable. I recommend this to anyone who is interested in Jamaican music, it's a good documentary and a good look at the Jamaican musicians.

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Daniel Garrett

The documentary features the songs from Shakira's El Dorado World Tour which was played at the 2013 Ramesseum Festival in Berlin, Germany. A mix of songs from her previous albums and the newly released El Dorado, this is the first English-language film to be shown in three decades. The songs are played by the El Dorado Band and the director, and are a mixture of new songs, unreleased songs and others from the album. There are also clips of the band performing from the previous album. The director is Miguel Lopes and he had a lot of input into the film. The other songs from the El Dorado album are played with the El Dorado Band, and also new songs are used for the concerts. I was surprised to see Shakira play several songs that were not from the album and I was very pleased that they were used in the movie. The songs were well selected and were played well, but I have to admit that some of the songs that were not played during the concerts were good. The director had to adapt the songs to the time and place and the songs were not always played as they were on the album. The directors did a good job of adapting the songs, though some of the songs are a little out of place. Overall, I liked this film very much. I thought it was a lot better than most of the music documentaries that I have seen in the past few years, including the best documentary, which I have not seen. I do not have any strong feelings or feelings towards the music and am indifferent towards the actors or the direction. I did not like the camera work at all and I found it very distracting. This is not a documentary about music, it is a documentary about the stars and I think the film did a good job in showing the stars of the film. I think it is very interesting and different and I would recommend it to people who are fans of Shakira or El Dorado.

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Randy T.

The late 1980's were an exciting time for music. Shakira, Madonna, Queen, Stevie Wonder, U2, The Stones, and the like were all on top of the world. But it was also a decade of controversy, and now the music business is dealing with a new wave of racial violence in our country, the Rodney King beating and the recent shooting of two black men in Minnesota. This documentary explores the rise and fall of that era, in the minds of its artists and their fans, and its music, the myths and the reality. And even though the cultural issues that shaped the music scene have since been superseded, this documentary still is a good snapshot of the early days of the new wave, and an important exploration of the challenges of dealing with race.

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Tyler M.

The film is a biographical drama that tells the story of Shakira in her early life and her journey to become a superstar. It is an exciting film to watch. Shakira is an extraordinary talent. The film was shot in my hometown of La Guia, in the southern part of Brazil. The film is very interesting and tells a lot about the life of the superstar. You will be amazed when the movie ends. If you are a fan of Shakira, then you will be very happy with this film.

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Barbara Ramos

At the beginning of this documentary, Shakira says that if she were a group of teenagers, she'd be the one that would be the star. Then she tells the story of her first gig in Australia, where she had the misfortune of performing alongside a teen with a gold tooth. She had a slight crush on the young man, but they never really seemed to get along. Then a month later, she was invited to the opening of her concert at the Sydney Opera House. She told her manager and co-manager to come along to the show, but when they did, she decided to leave the rest of the team behind. She had a large fan following of girls and boys, and they were very happy for her. She took a tour of Australia, spending a lot of time at the major festivals, but no matter what she did, she couldn't keep her fans happy. Finally, she had a change of heart and decided to do a show in Melbourne. She thought that she could show them that she was not all that, but the girl with the gold tooth had other plans. A lot of the time, she had to pay the teenager to do her singing and dance. That would get her the fans, but it would also put her in a bad situation. She decided to go back to Australia and found that it was really her fans that were upset with her. So she decided to go out and give the fans the benefit of the doubt. She was lucky that she had such a large fan base in Australia. Shakira also tells a story about the so called "U2" tour, which she did in 2001. She was supposed to have some sort of a sold out show, but all of the money she spent was for the fans, who would show up anyway. She ended up giving the fans the benefit of the doubt, and there was a very large crowd. She ended up winning the show, but not the money. The fans all were very pleased with her performance, and she won the show. She told them that they were the reason that she was making it. She tells a story about her first concert, in New York City. The fans were all ready to go, but there was only one security guard for the entire concert. The music was wonderful, but there was one scene in which the guards were making fun of her. She said, "You don't have to worry about me, because I'm not going to be a security guard." She gave the audience a chance to laugh and that was the one part of the show that she won. Overall, this was an excellent documentary. She didn't get to talk about the concerts, but she did tell a lot about her career. Her performance of "She's The One" was the highlight of the documentary. She was the star of the show, and she did a fantastic job. I think that the fans would like the concert she did in Toronto.

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Michael Powell

As always the "Tromaville" is a very interesting documentary that shows a tour of Brazil through the band's albums and shows. You can see the band doing shows and other activities, which includes dancing, rock, country, rockabilly and other stuff. I enjoyed watching it and I am sure that I will watch it again. My only criticism is that the movie is short and there are some scenes that you can not see. But overall, it is a very good and entertaining movie.