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Jennifer Lopez: Dance Again combines riveting musical performances with a raw and candid look at Lopez’s personal and professional life over a defining six-month period, when she challenges herself to go on tour with her two young children in tow. Featuring intimate documentary footage and interviews with Lopez and her closest friends, as well as spectacular in-concert renditions of many of her biggest hits, the docu-concert goes behind the scenes of the superstar’s first world tour, which visits 65 cities and five continents, traveling 100,000 miles and reaching one million fans, producing 11,250 minutes of music, and requiring 500,000 sequins and 162 wardrobe changes.
I wasn’t sure what to expect from Jennifer Lopez: Dance Again. I’m not exactly a fan of her music and I’m not really much of a fan of her. But I have to say, it’s actually watchable and fans will love it.
I gained respect for Lopez because the film shows just how much she puts into her shows. Look at all the cities she hit on this tour. She traveled the world putting on a top-notch show every single time. That’s impressive.
I liked how it showed how many people are needed and what goes into her shows as well. It gives us an intimate side to Miss Lopez and her kids, but also her friends and the people who put on her shows.
I was pretty impressed with the production of the film as well. I expected nothing, but singing and dancing, but there are some good interviews along with her music. And I can admit I actually knew some of her songs, more than I expected.
If you are a Jennifer Lopez fan, definitely pick up Dance Again. You’ll love it. I actually didn’t mind it and that’s really surprising.