Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour – Review

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Taylor Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour Netflix Film Review Rating Flixxpanda
Image Credit - Netflix.com
Genre Drama
Starring Taylor Swift 
Released on May 8, 2018
Flixxpanda Rating 9/10
Channel Netflix

So, I’ve always listened to Taylor Swift. She’s been an integral part of me growing up. Every time she put out an album there would be at least three tracks that would speak to my teen love deprived soul. I was young and immature – and her music was always there. Her songs were anthems and I still cherish them to this day.

When Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour(her newest album) came out in 2017. I. Died. It was brilliant. I love it. I’ve listened to it on loop for hours. From the utterly badass tunes like I Did Something Bad, Don’t Blame Me and Look What You Made Me Do to the shy and soulful Delicate – there was something for everyone. With a lot of help from Max Martin and her intimate lyrical abilities, Reputation was born. No matter what mood you’re in there’s a song in there that will fit.

Anyway, I would have loved to see her live-in concert, hear the songs to my teens and adulthood. Along with a million other screaming fans I wanted to hear those songs chanted like anthems. But well, I don’t live anywhere near where she played so that was out of the question.

But then she announced that the entire Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour was filmed and would be up on Netflix, for streaming! So, I could watch her live-in concert whenever I pleased! That’s when I really adored the Internet and thanked the universe for streaming platforms. Yes, I’m dramatic.

The Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour on Netflix is the last show that she played for her American tour and it is every bit as spectacular as I hoped it would be. The lights, the colors, the lyrics – stunning! The songs were amped up and made suitable for a stadium – more guitars, drums, bass, etc etc. With an army of dancers and a crew of background vocalists, she shined. The moment she stepped out on to the platform you knew she was going to set fire to it. I cried. It’s so damn good.

Taylor changes her costumes a bunch of times – with a very wide color palette. She speeds it up and slows it down as she pleases – performing some songs just with a guitar and her voice. I also loved how they filmed the audience a lot. I adored seeing their reactions and them singing along. Songs ranging from being sassy and badass, to desire, to lust, to heartbreak and acceptance. There’s just so much. In her two hour long show she gives you a taste of everything that she and her music are. I like how no matter how cool she gets or the crazy productions she gets, she still seems the same 16-year-old girl who sand Teardrops on My Guitar.

Honestly, give it a watch. You’re bound to like some part of it.

Video Credit – Netflix | YouTube

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