U2 3D

U2 3D

U2 3D

A 3D presentation of U2's global Vertigo tour. Shot at seven different shows (employing the greatest number of 3D cameras ever used for a single project) promising to bring you the nearest experience to being at a U2 concert without actually being at a U2 concert.

200885 minsUSA
DocumentaryMusic
Director:
Catherine Owens ('Arlington Road', 'The Mothman Prophecies')Mark Pellington
Cast:
BonoAdam ClaytonLarry Mullen Jr.The Edge

U2 3D / Reviews

Flicks, Andrew Hedley

Flicks, Andrew Hedley

Are U2 bigger than Jesus? If Bono wasn’t the staunch catholic he says he is (he is, right? I don’t bother to research) then I bet he wouldn’t mind snagging that holy crown. The massive lighting rig, the pyrotechnics, the hordes of followers; it’s the second coming for sure.

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Variety

Variety

Breathtaking when performance, technology and cinematography click at the same moment, "U2 3D" is a concert film that should draw well from the band's fan base and tech fanatics.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

It's flat and U2 just look like four conceited billionaires who are further up themselves than ever.

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BBC

BBC

With its 11-strong playlist and two encores, U2 3D is a great experience for fans who want to get up close and personal with their idols – even if it's not better than the real thing.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

While there's novelty in seeing Bono belt out "Sunday Bloody Sunday" while appearing to literally touch the audience, there's also weariness in hearing a well-worn song you would just as soon never hear again.

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