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P!nk - The Truth About Love Tour Live In Melbourne

by Kevin Taft
EDGE Media Network Contributor
Saturday Feb 8, 2014

For those Pink fans who missed out on her last world tour, fear not - for behold "Pink: The Truth About Love Tour Live in Melbourne" has arrived on DVD and Blu-ray in all its wondrous glory!

Filmed in Melbourne during her record-setting 18-day engagement, Pink's latest tour is filled with all the fun and spectacle we expect from our snarling blonde darling of pop-rock. But this isn't just a concert for Pink fans. No. People who appreciate technically brilliant stagecraft, dynamic performances, and an all-around "wow" show should really check this out. During the 110-minute film, Pink bounces on a bungee, scales a spinning chandelier while singing her hit "Sober," and literally flies into the audience like a devilish pixie. Not once does her voice falter (even when singing upside down) and her genuine charm with the audience is absolutely engaging. It is truly a dazzling show that I had the pleasure of seeing first-hand, and this is a terrific record of the experience.

Special features include "The Truth About Tour" - a 30=minute documentary that gives a behind-the-scenes look at the show; complete with toddler daughter Willow taking center stage. "A Day in the Life of Rubix" is a faux philosophical musing by Pink's Master of Ceremonies, and finally there is a tongue-in-cheek music video of her song "Slut Like You" (Bluegrass Version) performed by Pink's cast and crew.


Kevin Taft is a screenwriter/critic living in Los Angeles with an unnatural attachment to 'Star Wars' and the desire to be adopted by Steven Spielberg.


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