A ludicrous, borderline-nonsensical supernatural concoction with a slightly redeeming sense of its own silliness.
The Immortal World Tour
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The show is huge, bold, and studded with great moments, but it manages to dazzle the eyes while leaving the heart largely unscathed.
3D or not 3D?
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The Cirque du Soleil show that celebrates Michael Jackson, "The Immortal World Tour," is as singular as the performer himself.
Even by the Cirque du Soleil's overachieving standards, this has been an exceptionally busy year.
If you're planning on running off to join the Cirque, you might want to talk to Bernard Petiot.
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