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  • Summary: Kenny Chesney, the biggest ticket-seller of this century in any musical genre, has wrapped his latest concert tour, the Sun City Carnival. This spring, Sony Pictures Releasing's special programming division, The Hot Ticket, will take audiences for another ride. For a limited engagement beginning in April 2010 in movie theaters nationwide, Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D, will give fans the chance to live the fun, the friends, the songs and the moments that make Kenny Chesney the must-see concert experience to kickoff the summer season. (Sony Pictures) Expand
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  1. Chesney makes an art form out of strolling down the catwalk while singing. He turns each song into a blissed-out journey homeward.
  2. Reviewed by: Tim Grierson
    80
    Unapologetically dopey and undeniably ingratiating, the supersized Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D makes a surprisingly convincing argument for big, dumb likability.
  3. The guy really goes all out in these performances.
  4. Reviewed by: Andrew Barker
    70
    Sound is crystal-clear, and unobtrusive stereoscopic footage looks great throughout the 99-minute feature, though some weird compositional snafus scuttle the desired concert experience, and the set's lack of variety makes it a fans-only proposition.
  5. Reviewed by: Jerry Shriver
    63
    The faithful will devour it, but everyone else will wonder why it takes a dozen band members (including a horn section), copious shots of Kenny's bulging biceps, and not one, not two, but 3-Ds to give shape to these tunes.
  6. Reviewed by: Jonathan Perry
    50
    In occasional vignettes voiced over home movies and old photos, Chesney talks with humble conviction of reaching people in the cheap seats.
  7. The 3-D format is mostly wasted, and the production so slick we never truly feel like part of that screaming audience. For fans only.

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