- Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour concert film has received a perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes.
- The film provides a close experience to attending the actual concert and has been praised for its visual spectacle.
- The concert movie was produced by Taylor Swift and has already made $100 million in global pre-sales.
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, the highly anticipated concert film, is making waves with dominating ticket sales and a perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes (based on 13 reviews). The film has been praised for its immersive experience and for capturing the essence of Swift’s live performance.
According to Ross Bonaime of Collider, “For years, we’ve known all too well that Swift is a powerhouse of a performer, musician, and artist, and Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour encapsulates all of that into this tremendous concert film.” Angie Han of The Hollywood Reporter also lauds the film saying, “What a concert it is — and what an experience it makes, even in the relatively modest confines of a movie theater.”
Katie Campione of Deadline comments that for those unable to attend the live concert, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour offers a close second best, while Kristen Lopez of TheWrap calls it a “bombastic celebration” of Swift’s career. Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour effectively showcases the superstar’s musical catalog and creates a visual feast on the big screen.
Produced by Taylor Swift herself and documenting her 2023–2024 concert tour, Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour is expected to rejuvenate the trend of concert movies in theaters. Swift struck a distribution agreement with AMC Theatres and Cinemark Theatres when negotiations with major studios fell through.
Directed by Sam Wrench, the concert film has already achieved remarkable success, earning a record $37 million on its first day of pre-sales in the United States. The movie has now made $100 million in global pre-sales and will be released worldwide in theaters in over 100 countries and territories starting October 13.