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Rihanna;Good Girl Gone Bad


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  • Actors: Rihanna
  • Directors: Rihanna
  • Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, 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: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Def Jam
  • Release Date: Dec 31 2008
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001AZI1W8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #54,723 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Blaine Tobin on Oct. 19 2008
Format: DVD
I've watched this DVD seven times now and enjoyed it from start to finish. I highly recommend this DVD. The hidden track can be found using Windows Media Player. Go to track seven and click on Chapter One.
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Format: Blu-ray
This is a high energy concert and well put together. I only knew the radio hits so there was a lot of music I was hearing for the first time. Still good but always more enjoyable when you know the music. The video quality is a bit unclear; which is odd because it claims to have been captured in high definition cameras; certainly not as clear as many other blu-ray concerts recorded after 2008. The sound on the other hand is excellent. Totally clear and takes advantage of the 5.1 surround sound. The main feature is just the concert with the behind scenes being a separate track. This is good so you can watch the concert several times and just get the music. The documentary was interesting and it shows Rihanna to be clear headed, humble and very likeable.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Awesome Sept. 5 2008
By Mr. A. J. Blaauw - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Usually I'm not the kind of person to go buy a concert of an artist. I was on my way from the USA on Lufthansa and saw this video in the in-flight entertainment menu - decided to give it a try - was pleasantly surprised. Bought the DVD as soon as I got back home. Would definately recommend this to ANY Rihanna fan! It's just awesome!!!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Rihannas first concert blu-ray is the S#@% Jan. 11 2011
By njtoll92 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I have to admit i've been somewhat of a casual Rihanna fan for a while know, but after watching this Blu-Ray I've become a Rihanna convert. Rihanna starts off with her explosive debut single "Pon De Replay" then she transitions to the fun and danceable "Break It Off" w/ Sean Paul heard in the backround. Then after the energetic "Let Me" and sassy "Breakin Dishes" comes the slow down songs of "Rehab", a cover of Bob Marley's "Is This Love" (which is very well done I must Say) and "Kissed Don't Lie" After a dance interlude of "scratch" comes her first #1 U.S. single "S.O.S" which immediately brings flare back to the show, after that comes a medley of slow songs which includes "Good Girl Gone Bad", "Hate That I Love You","Unfaithful", and goes into the whimsical sensuality of "Sell Me Candy" before transitioning to the party anthem of "Don't Stop The Music" before going on to the more Rock influenced "Push up on Me", and "Shut Up And Drive". Finally the Show takes a more captivating spin when she sings a personal and confessional ballad called "Question Existing" in which she asks the audience in the middle of the song if they ever would think of her as a normal person whose sole career is just to entertain? And the moment the audience and the viewers have been waiting for as she performs her longest running #1 hit "Umbrella" with the Audience who humorously opens up their Umbrellas while she's singing before exiting her show. I have to admit allot of concerts on home video sometimes don't work, but for Good Girl Gone Bad you would get a run for your money as the blu-ray shows striking visuals, sweat, detail of fabulous coustumes, and great digital HD sound. Rihanna Fans BUY NOW!
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
JUST GOOD, BUT DID NOT BLOW ME AWAY March 26 2009
By Prof SR Shabalala - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I have a lot of respect for Rihanna, she has captivate the world with her unique style, performance and vocals. Some hate her voice, I say she is unique, she is Rihanna and for that she gets 5 stars. The Good Girl Gone Bad album is undoubtably her best, my first Rihanna CD I bought and did not regret, the videos left on me a great impression, I mean who can forget the amazing "Umbrella" video with her painted in metalic silver (I wonder if she borrowed the idea from Madonna's "Fever Video"), great dance sequence, her body is hot, amazing. "Shut up and Drive" another great video Rihanna looks hotter than hot, I can go on and on. I am however not impressed with all the other releases of this album "Reloaded" and "Remixed" they are really milking it for what its worth.

Anyway getting back to the subject at hand the "Good Girl Gone Bad" live DVD. I guess I expected too much, I expected to see her dance like she does in her videos but she rarely does, she also seems to have put on a little (and I'm just being nice) weight on the hips, I was looking forward to see the hot bodied Rihanna from the Videos, it was not elaborate enough as I wanted it to be for such a successful album. She does however sing all her hits from this amazing album including a few from her previous album including the massive UK #1 hit "SOS", the sound quality is great as well and the behind the scenes are pretty cool to look at, you see her in a different light, she seems like a really down to earth lady and she will always be gorgeous. The show is okay, I expect much more, but hey get yourself a copy and see for yourself.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Decent live concert Nov. 9 2009
By E. J. Swank - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The blu-ray concert was pretty decent. Maybe I was expecting more songs from her singles that's she's released over the years. But her performance on this blu-ray was great. Rihanna really knows how to put on a show. IMHO, I think she's the only entertainer that can pull off her hair style and those outfits. The behind the scenes part but short but loved to see how things were put together for the concert. Rihanna's accent is great. Fell in love with her all over again.

Overall, like I said, the disc was decent. If you enjoy Rihanna's music this would be a blu-ray to buy. Plus it's not that expensive. Enjoy!
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Yes, please don't stop the music! July 9 2010
By Armando N. Roman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The minute I saw that there was a concert performance of Rihanna's on dvd/blu-ray, I ordered it. I was a bit worried before watching it though, after seeing the track list- it doesn't have all of my favorites, and it has two songs of hers that I don't care for. But you know what? The rad-ness of this concert shot down all my worries, because what's not here doesn't matter, and what I don't like is now likable thanks to this concert. Here's the track list:

Introduction, Pon De Replay, Break It Off, Let Me, Rehab, Breakin' Dishes, Is This Love (Bob Marley cover), Kisses Don't Lie, Scratch, SOS, Good Girl Gone Bad, Hate That I Love You, Unfaithful, Sell Me Candy, DJ Kevmo/Don't Stop the Music, Push up on Me, Shut Up and Drive, Question Existing, Umbrella

I'll tell you right now- the majority of the tracks on here are given a rock/metal sound. The hip hop's still there, but the main focus is on electric guitar riffs and chords, and to tell you the truth, I really dig it. As much as I love the original tracks from her albums, the guitar gives them a fresh sound, and it's like you're hearing them for the first time all over again. Another surprise that shocked me was that Rihanna actually -sang- her songs rather than her half-talk half-sing that she usually does. It was great hearing her belt out some of the lyrics, and having some emotion and energy while moving around on stage. The girl can dance, and she keeps up with her dancers perfectly. There's really nothing bad I can say at all regarding the performance. Camera cuts didn't bother me for a change because they always go to a good angle, or focus on the band, or some of the pyro and special effects. This is a hell of a concert, and I can only imagine being there to see it live. The crowd is absolutely nuts, and you can't blame them.

Since I don't usually buy concert performances, I don't know what more there is to say. Fans of Rihanna will most likely enjoy the show, but I know some people were turned off by the guitar-driven music. My only complaint is a small one, and it has nothing to do with Rihanna, but with how many cuts there are to the crowd. It's good to show the crowd enjoying themselves, but there are A LOT of crowd shots, to the point where I was wishing they'd cut half of it so we could get more footage of Rihanna and the band. Especially when she does her wardrobe change into the classy dress that shows off those Chun-Li legs of hers. Good god, I stopped eating and my jaw dropped as soon as she walked out in that lil' number...

The video and audio quality of the blu-ray are flawless. If you have a 1080p/i tv, THIS is the music blu-ray to show it off with. Everything is sharp, and you could probably count every single spark from the stage effects if you wanted to. And if you've got a nice audio setup, again, this will give your speakers a nice workout. Heck, maybe you should get a home theater system just for this!

The special features are sparse though- there's just a short documentary about Rihanna going on tour with short interviews with her friends and crew. It's nothing special, but she explains why she performs one of her songs, and they also go into how Rihanna's a prankster, and it's better for her buddies to not mess with her. Watch your shoes if you play a prank on Rihanna.

While I would've liked her to sing Disturbia and a few other songs, I'm very happy with what's here, and hope that Rihanna puts out another performance like this on blu-ray soon. If you're a big fan of the queen of pop, buy this right now!

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