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Eras Tour Movie Review


Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour is now on the big screen! Amassing $92.8 million during its opening weekend in the US and Canada and another $30.7 million internationally, totaling $123.5 million, Swift’s movie has quickly become the highest-grossing concert film to hit theaters. However, this is no surprise to anyone who has heard the pop star’s name in the last couple of months, as she has been touring over the summer fans have been going to extremes to see the 3-hour-long live performance encompassing almost 17 years worth of music. 

Even with 146 shows across five continents, it is not enough to allow every fan the opportunity to see the concert in person, so the last US tour date was filmed. The film did a fantastic job of capturing Swift’s show, from the stage visuals to close-ups of the star herself, it was all there. Aside from the incredible production, the movie serves as a vessel for bringing people with a common interest together. Patrons showed up to theaters worldwide in anything ranging from simple merchandise to themed outfits with arms of friendship bracelets ready to trade with fellow Swifties. 

Even those who don’t consider themselves huge Swifties can find joy in this movie. So grab your popcorn, make some friendship bracelets, and get ready to sing along with your favorite Taylor Swift hits during this blockbuster hit.

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Shelby Bennett, Staff Reporter
My name is Shelby Bennett and I am a sophomore at GHS. My favorite color is purple, in case my hair didn’t tell you that, and I love English and the arts. I listen to lots of music, my favorites right now are Taylor Swift, Ghost, Waterparks, and Sabrina Carpenter. Some kinda interesting things about me are that I dance and am an assistant teacher for my dance studio, this is my first time writing for the school newspaper, and I have 3 adorable cats.

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    Laura ChernowNov 3, 2023 at 12:42 pm

    Great article! Very interesting! Miss you bunches!