Here's your front-row seat to a thrilling concert performed by the phenomenally talented cast of Glee. See your favorite stars from the hit TV show as they sing the songs you love and dance up a storm on stage. Get swept up in the energy of "Glee Live" -- including performances not seen in theaters and hilarious Sue Sylvester introductions!
Disc 1: Feature Film Blu-ray
**Exclusive Performances Not Seen in Theaters: "Dog Days Are Over" and "Friday"
**Thrilling Extended Performances of "Ain't no Way" and "Happy Days are Here Again/Get Happy"
**On Stage with the Cast Including Hilarious Unseen Sue Sylvester Introductions and Kurt's Proposal
**Backstage with the Cast
**Shazam® - This feature delivers exclusive Glee content right to your mobile device
Disc 2: DVD + Digital Copy
Cast & Crew
Unless you're the rare 'Glee' fan who fast-forwards through the singing, 'Glee: The Concert Movie' won't fail to entertain.
I'm still not a Gleek, but I can see what all the fuss is about.
The movie makes a strong argument for the tender paradox of pop-culture adoration. It's an affection that feels wholly personal, but is shared with millions.
The layers of artifice are many, but they always are; the original show has never aspired to be anything but a cheeky, tuneful and multicultural spin on hoary high school stereotypes.
Don't be puzzled; just go with it -- that's the Glee spirit.
The 3-D ... is negligibly bedazzling when the high-wattage charm of natural showman Darren Criss - leading all-male group the Warblers as Blaine - and the effortlessly appealing Chris Colfer as Kurt already pop off the screen.
Even the uninitiated could do a lot worse than this 80-minute musical valentine to the outsider in us all.