Saturday, July 7, 2012

On Katy Perry's 3D Documentary Concert Film 'Part of Me'

A user posed the question on a particular online discussion forum if it was too early/soon (in Katy's career) for Katy Perry to have done 'Part of Me'.

My response was that I don't think it is too early for Katy Perry to have done a movie like this. That she has a history that people are interested in and she has the personality to actually just deliver what people want rather than wait. 

I haven't seen the movie myself but plan to. As I said on the forum, I hope her braveness to do this movie has a positive outcome for all involved, including music fans if it does inspire other artists to do something like this for their fans and critics.

Much respect for Katy Perry as an artist and as an individual. It's a shame I have to travel to watch the new release films :/

I also saw for the first time Katy Perry's "Wide Awake" music video - I recommend checking it out on YouTube, if inclined :P I also saw the 'Firework' music video the other day...sparked (no pun?) by seeing her in an interview with Ian 'Molly' Meldrum on TV which impressed me. I certainly like the direction Katy Perry's music has taken :)


  1. I'm with you on this I think man, really if she made a movie in like ten years or something not many people would really care that much, it's a far better idea to strike when the iron is hot right now.

  2. It has gotten some bad reviews I've noticed saying that it's only for Katy Perry fans and suggesting it's shallow or something but come on, isn't that giving too much credit to a lot of other stuff that's been released lately?