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  • Format: Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: EMI Music Canada
  • Release Date: Nov. 19 2002
  • Run Time: 170 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006SFJO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #94,564 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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It was good fun to watch only in the aspect that it is entertainment value for the feeble-minded, but most of all there's no getting away from the fact that some people would buy this DVD for the purpose of having a good chuckle.
To see Ms Minogue desperately hop on trends and fill up her show with the latest technology is funny, but it doesn't distract from the fact that she cannot sing, cannot dance and has nothing much else to offer musically, but that doesn't really matter. Nevermind that it was hilariously ludicrous in parts, for example, Ms Minogue is lowered to the stage as some "cyborg" is like a comedy sketch in itself and Kylie tries to "rap" just like Eminem but in a juvenile manner. So it works unintentionally where it's not really supposed to, although I'm sure its the reaction Ms Minogue doesn't really want or expect, but it would be tragic if anyone took this show seriously, the main aim is to "have fun" and never to question anything that Kylie does.
The only real criticisms I have is that theres too much going on visually, the screen projections are just too much and there's not enough real substance to the show, it seems uneven. Like some bits are good, and somewhere in the middle its average and there's some toe curlingly embarrasing and cringeworthy moments added in there for good measure too, but what does one expect?? this is Ms Minogue afterall, you aren't going to get much and shouldn't expect anything on the level of genius.
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By Aaron on March 1 2004
Kylie's Fever is a techno departure from her amazing Sydney show (on DVD). In the Sydney show, Kylie was Kylie. The Fever show adds an extra layer of gloss, technology, and production values that dwarf Kylie, and get between her and the audience. (Show planners call the sets "minimalist"... in a way that Albert Speer architecture was "minimalist"). Fever is not unlike when Bob Dylan went electric to go to a new level... or when San Francisco mime Jacques Enzebachs added narration to his miming ("I'm pulling a rope..."). Dylan was booed. And Jaques' patrons started *taking* coins from his hat.... The POINT is that Kylie and her team have tried to do too much with Fever. Kylie moves robotically and poses Stepford style; making the super-warm performer come off brrrr cold. Sort of... okay, colder than her normal super-warm. Get Live in Sydney first. Then get Fever too, as it *is* Kylie. Some high points: Her costumes, the b-boy and Keith Haring inspired hip hop ("Slim Lady") number... sort of a like super-cute Debbie Harry from "Rapture." And... a big plus -- Kylie looks better than ever. Five stars against most any other dvd. This one just doesn't measure up to the high standards set by Sydney.
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I am a new fan of Kylie Minogue and knew nothing about her music except the "Can't Get you Out of My Head" and "Love At First Sight" videos which I loved, and so I bought this.
This DVD also contains a great full-length documentary about the making of this tour which I enjoyed just as much as the concert. Watching it BEFORE watching the concert really helped me to understand what they were trying to do with this concert more, and appreciate all the hard work and creativity that went into it.
The elborately choreographed and costumed show with its awesome set and futuristic projections really reminded me of the kind of spectaculars that pop stars in Asia put on, and I felt that THIS was the kind of show I had always imagined people would be watching in the "distant future" of the year 2002.
But I had two main problems with this concert. The first was the music. My favourite songs here were "Burning Up", "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (which I truly can't get out of my head), "Love at First Sight", and the concert's opening song "Come into My World" (the way she made her entrance was sooo cool!) But unfortunately a lot of the stuff here just seemed to be quite run-of-the-mill and unremarkable pop tunes.
Kylie deserves better than this. She needs to get some better songwriters working for her, and live up to the promise shown in "Can't Get You Out of My Head" and get waaaay more funkae~, baby. She needs to go further in the direction of say, Madonna or Janet Jackson and get further away from the direction of Olivia Newton-John where she seems to be at now. I know she's got it in her. I want to see her really let loose!

My second problem with the show was the lack of Kylie actually dancing.
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Kylie Minogue is the most beautiful woman in the world and she has also an excellent voice, so much true female power. She wears also great clothes. There's seven parts in the show, 20 songs. It's great to hear the songs "On a Night Like This", "Loco-Motion", "Love at First Sight", "Better the Devil You Know", "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (in some reason it was marked "Can't Get the Blue Monday Out of My Head), "In Your Eyes" (my favourite track!!! She is so hot!), "Shocked". She also moves her bu?tt in front of the audience...what more we need? Well, there was a time when I wasn't interested in Kylie's music. I just thought that "Spinning Around" is very s*exy video but the track is OK. Now I like her music...this was my first released by Kylie I bought...and I'm planning to buy more...at least live in Sydney and Greatest Hits 1987-97 DVDs. By the way, Spinning Around is permorded with Clockwork Orange clothes and in the beginning there's Beethoven's 9th... If I I have to say one negative thing: Lucky (I Should Be So Lucky) was too much dance version, well somebody may like it but I like the original one more. This is a great DVD...the extras are brilliant! There's four remix "videos" and 30-minute interview/document about Kylie. This was a shock for me...I love this DVD...and you will sure love it too! Kylie may have the most beuatiful voice in the world...at least she is the most beuatiful woman in the world...if I had a chance I would marry her.
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