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Live In Hawaii [DVD] [2002]

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  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Eagle Rock
  • DVD Release Date: 1 Dec 2008
  • Run Time: 155 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000068OVT
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 63,094 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



As Live in Hawaii highlights, Janet Jackson loves taking her clothes off in front of the cameras. On top of the eight costume changes, the cameras have "access all areas" privileges and follow Janet as she dashes off stage to change. These shots aren’t particularly insightful, but will nevertheless appeal to her male fans. With a massive stage, amazing special effects, and a huge crew of supporting artistes the show is a typical grand Jackson concert affair. Following another American mega pop star tradition, where concerts are themed fairy tale-style around "dreams" or "fantasies", the "All For You" show is supposedly located in an "alternative universe". However, it’s not a particularly radical cosmos, with one act set in a candy store (for "Runaway"), featuring Jackson dressed as a pixie.

Perhaps being in another universe explains why Janet appears particularly distant from her audience, with very little interaction going on between her and the crowd. The age-old question is she or isn’t she singing live also seems particularly relevant for this show. You decide. With tracks included from all her solo albums, this concert provides a pleasurable voyage through her greatest hits

On the DVD: Live in Hawaii presents colourful and glossy footage restricted to standard 4:3 format. The sound track, though, is offered in three different formats (Dolby Digital Stereo; Dolby Digital 4.1 and DTS). On top of the attractive menus, there’s a ten-minute interview with Janet, a three-minute photo gallery of shots from her concert programme, and a bizarre compilation of Miss Jackson performing "Would You Mind" at different concert venues.--John Galilee

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars janet - live in hawaii 25 Jun 2002
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Like many european fans, i missed the 'All For You' tour due to cancellations, so i was very pleased when i learnt it would be released on dvd.
For those Janet fans who wondered if she could top the 'Velvet Rope Tour'...she can and she did!!!
This concert is much more upbeat and funky than the dark and moody (but still excellent) VR show, It kicks of with Come On Get Up, You Ain't Right and All For You (all from the All For You album)which is an energetic and amazing start to the show. The choreography is original and stunning and Janet looks amazing.
The highlights include special guest Missy Elliott appearing on stage for the deep down and funky Son Of A Gun, the shock of Would You Mind, and the revamped Control Medley.
Janet IS live throughout, finally shutting up her critics, her dancing is excellent and the backstage footage is actually a great special feature which makes this dvd superior to other music artists releases who onlygive you galleries and lyrics!
Janet is known for setting precedent with her stage shows as is her brother Michael, it seems no one comes close.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Explosive 12 Oct 2002
I was one of very few Euro fans who got to see Janet's All For You Tour in the States last October, after Janet cancelled shows following the events of 9/11. Was it worth a long trek from Belfast to Fort Lauderdale? Here's the evidence. Ms Jackson, the most consistently electric & diverse performer of the last 2 decades delivers an even more stunning and euphoric musical odyssey than 1998's truly superb Velvet Rope Tour (which I saw in London). Set on the final night of the tour in Hawaii, this show romps through a collection of janet's hits from Control up to All For You, with plenty of surprises along the way. Starting out with 3 more edgy dance-cuts from All For You, Janet & her entourage of streetwise dancers prance their way through some hot moves, my personal fave bing You Ain't Right, but also with a dazzling entry on stage & a tight breakdown to All For You. Love Will Never Do, perhaps Janet's greatest single is as timeless as ever, as Miss Janet shares the stage with her fans. Chilling. My fave track off All For You is a rock-opera type affair entitled Trust A Try, performed in existentialist masks & captivates you visually & audibly with heavy guitars, banging chorus & aggressively hypnotic dancing. We also are given a series of medleys which enable Janet to cover the canon of her career, while giving fans a full value for money experience. The ballads section covers 3 of Janet's greatest ballads including Come Back To Me which wasn't performed since Rhythm Nation tour - her voice is strong. The Escapade Medley continues the carnivalesque medleys set in the janet. tour. Some fans complain that there is no variety, but it condenses some of the songs perfectly - Miss You Much, Runaway, Escapade. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Miss Jackson on top as always 29 Jun 2002
By Wimpie
Finally, the years best live concert captured on the immortal format of DVD becomes available, not only to fans of the artist, but to a public that has long awaited an event that defies criticism. The name Janet Jackson evokes memories of hot songs, great videos, effortless choreography and a seductive woman whose addictive smile has conquered the world. Put such a talent on stage and you get a stage spectacle not soon forgotten. The DVD originates from the last date of the 'All For You Tour' that took place from the Aloha Stadium in Hawaii. As a Janet fan it would be seen as a responsibility for me to say that this concert was the best I have ever seen in my life, but in truth it is much rather a pleasure to do so. From the opening scenes of the concert where our heroine appears on top of a pedestal elevating in the air, you subconsciously prepare yourself for an evening of highlights. Throughout the show the stage itself seems to transform before your eyes from its minimalist environment to whatever comfort the artist needs. The songs range from the Control-era (Control, Let's wait awhile, Nasty, What have you done for me lately) to the political agenda of Rhythm Nation (Rhythm Nation, Love will never do without you, Black cat). From the sexual orientation of Janet (That's the way love goes, Again, If) to the personal journey of The Velvet Rope (Got till' it's gone, Together Again). And then there's the new freedom provided by All For You (All for you, Someone to call my lover, Doesn't really matter). A special appearance courtesy of Missy Elliot on 'Son of gun (I betcha think this song is about you)' kicks some sense into the players so commonly found nowadays amongst our men. Read more ›
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