Swifties’ wildest dreams come true



For many years, Taylor Swift has been taking the world by storm with her chart-topping albums and songs that have inspired Swifties all over the world. 

Lately, she’s been in the process of rerecording her most popular albums, known as “Taylor’s Versions,” to regain control of the rights to her older music. “Fearless,” “Red,” “Speak Now” and “1989” have been released.

Taylor Swift has also released concert films
including; “Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour,” “Miss Americana” and the newly released “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour.” 

When I first saw the trailer for the movie, I knew I wanted to see it. I also knew that I preferred to see it in theaters instead of streaming it. I wanted to get as close to a real concert experience as possible.

From the beginning, “The Eras Tour” really caught my attention and it felt like I was actually at the concert watching Taylor instead of watching from a movie screen. 

I really enjoyed the beginning of the film, especially the clock on the screen with two timers next to it which eventually counted down, revealing beautiful shades of pink and blue filling the screen, signaling the start of the first era, “Lover.” 

“Lover” has always been one of my favorite Taylor Swift albums and as the opening lyrics to “Miss Americana and The Heartbreak Prince ” played I was more excited than ever. My eyes were glued to the screen as I danced along to every song. 

The transitions from one era to the next was amazing and there were some really great moments in the movie that really kept me engaged. 

There was one scene that I especially loved in the “Evermore” era in which the stage turned into a swimming pool with an opening for Taylor to dive into so she could swim in the stage. That was the main scene in the movie that left me completely speechless and even now I still wonder how she was able to pull that off to make it as amazing as it turned out to be. 

I also loved the slithering snake in the intro for “Reputation,” the cabin scene for “Folklore” and of course, I can’t forget to mention the moss-covered piano that she used to play “Champagne Problems” on from “Evermore” and the flowery one for “You’re on your Own Kid” from “Midnights.” 

If I had to choose my top favorite eras from what I saw in the movie, they would definitely be “Lover,” “Fearless,” “Speak Now,” “1989,” “Red,” “Reputation,” “Evermore,” “Folklore” and “Midnights.”

Although every performance and era was  amazing and definitely among the parts that I
enjoyed the most in the movie, my top favorite thing about the movie was definitely the outfits. 

I already knew from watching the “Reputation Stadium Tour” that Taylor goes all out with her concert outfits, but this time she went above and beyond this time. 

Taylor rocked every
outfit so beautifully which
fascinated me immensely because I know that I could never pull them off the way that she did. I loved the “Lover,” “Reputation,” “Red” outfits the most.  

Overall, “The Eras Tour” was definitely the best concert film I have ever seen and I think that every Swiftie should go see it. 

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