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Beyoncé - B'Day Anthology Video Album
Beyonc - B'Day Anthology Video Album
Actor: Beyonc
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
NR     2007     1hr 30min

1. Beautiful Liar featuring Shakira — 2. Irreplaceable — 3. Kitty Kat — 4. Green Light — 5. Upgrade U feat. Jay-Z — 6. Flaws And All — 7. Get Me Bodied feat. Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and Solange Knowles — 8. Freakum Dr...  more »


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Actor: Beyonc
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
Sub-Genres: Pop, Rock & Roll, Other Music
Studio: Sony
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 06/19/2007
Original Release Date: 01/01/2007
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2007
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 1hr 30min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English
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Movie Reviews

This B'Day party don't stop, and it don't quit.
W. E. Phillips | USA | 06/19/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"As many of you readers already know, B'Day is my favorite album. I love it dearly. So when news came of a deluxe edition and a DVD with a video for each song, I was ecstatic. On the release date, I went straight to the store, bright and early, and bought both. So early, in fact, that they weren't on display yet. I had to get one of the less-than-thrilled workers to get them out of the shipping boxes for me. But hey, if you have a store that's open 24 hours a day, I don't think it's too much to ask to have new releases out by noon. (This DVD was exclusively available at Wal-Mart stores from April 3 to today. It is now available at all stores).

Anyways, the hassle was worth it. I went straight home and watched this "anthology video album" straight through. The tracklisting for it is as follows:

01. Beautiful Liar (feat. Shakira)
02. Irreplaceable
03. Kitty Kat
04. Green Light
05. Upgrade U (feat. Jay-Z)
06. Flaws and All
07. Get Me Bodied (Extended Mix)
08. Freakum Dress
09. Suga Mama
10. Deja Vu (feat. Jay-Z)
11. Ring the Alarm
12. Listen

In "Beautiful Liar," we find Shakira and Beyoncé playing a look-alike contest and belly dancing together. In "Irreplaceable," Bey kisses off her replaceable man. For the "Kitty Kat" video, we find her in leopard print and matching make-up while riding on top of a huge black cat; they also play with a large ball of yarn, which alsmot smooshes Bey in the end. Beyoncé takes on an overwhelming amount of identities in "Green Light." She even smashes a guitar! "Upgrade U" shows her swimming with an alligator, dancing, imitating Jay-Z and showing off her lavish cars, clothes and golden rings. (No need to worry, though. Jay does make an appearance). In the minimalist, yet entertaining video for "Flaws and All," the singer makes funny faces, giggles, and fools around. In "Get Me Bodied," we join Beyoncé, sister, Solange; and Destiny's Child members, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams; in a seven-minute dance fest! It is definitely the best video of the set. Beyoncé and a few of her lady friends show the definition of a "Freakum Dress" as they dance and prance around in fluorescent, skimpy attire. The "Suga Mama" video shows the star dancing around a pole, riding a mechanical bull and sitting on top of a giant, luminous sugar cube. "Deja Vu" is an energetic, couture mini-fashion show. In "Ring the Alarm," we see Beyoncé get quite angry and emotional. `Nuff said. She delivers a powerful performance of the ballad, "Listen."

Also included on this DVD as an extra is a fifteen minute behind-the-scenes featurette. It shows how the project came to fruition and all the work that went into it. It was very fascinating, especially as a fan, but I just wish it were longer. There's also an "ultimate performer" feauture and a free poster of Beyonce.

Wow! What an amazing accomplishment Bey has pulled off! I have even more respect for her after seeing this. (By the way, the videos are much better than how they sound on paper). That's not to say this set is without flaws. Some of the videos look just a little bit cheap. If a few more dollars were splurged, they could've been much better. I also would've liked to have the "Kitty Kat" video to be longer than a minute. Parts of the videos seem a little cheesy at times, also. The sound on "Get Me Bodied" is a little distorted and part of the final chorus is cut off on "Freakum Dress." Also, the claim that there is a video for each song is false. (A "Resentment" video is not present).

But hey... these are very small faults. It is amazing that she pulled this off, especially in the time she did. Overall, it is a very enjoyable DVD with entertaining and fun videos. I recommend this to anyone, but especially to lovers of Beyoncé and her B'Day album. This video album takes the songs to another whole level and makes me love them even more."
This is how you make a video album
G. Mitchell | Los Angeles, CA United States | 05/06/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"You've got to hand it to Beyonce - few artists have the budget, vision, drive, and sheer talent to make an entire video album - there are few out the over the years (Blondie's Eat to the Beat comes to mind), but very few in the soul/R&B arena - while we've seen a few of these videos before on MTV (Irreplaceable, Deja Vu, etc), the majority have never been seen before and are EXCLUSIVE to this DVD, which oddly is being sold as an EXCLUSIVE to Wal-Mart?! I bought it online & it was definitely worth it. Beyonce is smokin' HOT in all the clips, and there really isn't a bad apple in the bunch - my favorites are GREENLIGHT (amazing homage/parody of Robert Palmer's 80s model-chic videos!), GET ME BODIES (a sly tribute/take-off of Bob Fosse's SWEET CHARITY "mod 60s" sequence if you can believe it with an extended no-holds-barred danceoff!), and more. Value for the money - if you like B'DAY, you'll love this! Only her video version of LISTEN is a bit weak, but you can just rent DREAMGIRLS!"
It''s Beautiful, Raw, Yet A Classic Video collection
Jemilla | 04/08/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you as a fan of Beyonce would like to see the visionary aspect of how Beyonce views her music then, I would encourage you to purchase this video collection. This video collection is a nice companion to the release of B-Day. What I like about the video for "Beauitful Liar" is the belly dancing. Beyonce and Shakira make it look so effortless. For the video "Suga Mama" I like the way it start's off. Beyonce start's off more masculin while still keeping her femininity intact. And as far as the bull is concern Beyonce can hang. I'am not made at you girl! The reason I like "Ring the Alarm" is because Beyonce has this look like she's pazes. "Freakum Dress" is another one I like because at the end Byonce wears these eye glasses that make her look like a school teacher.I enjoy "Up Grade U " beause when she acts like Jay-Z. I think it's hilarious. "Get Me Bodied" is one of my two favorite videos. Because I think the gentleman Beyonce danceces with,dances so cute. There is a scence in "Get Me Bodied were the dancers line up but, fall back and the gentlemen in the front of the line facing Beyonce. I don't know What he seen. But Whatever he seen he's just short of drewling.

I like the theme for "Kitty Kat" it was just too short. I love the way the video was shot for "Flaws & All" it was presented like a home video but, still very raw and classic. Of her just being herself. I also like the Marilyn Monroe pose. As far as "Deja' I like the video because it was shot so, beauitfully,I just don't like that scence Where she grinding up aginst the wall. Rockin out with the guitar in "Geen Light" was cool. For the video "Irreplaceable'the filling of the nails sets the tone for that video.

A Real B*****
William m Coles | BALTIMORE, MARYLAND United States | 09/17/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I must say that I was not impressed with the album when it first came out, Deja Vu was a hot single, which I felt was an attempt to duplicate the buzz of Crazy In Love. I didn't like it because of songs like Kitty Kat and Sugar Mama. I just thought she had more substance than the content of those songs. Irreplaceable is in fact a very nice song, the video was suitable for that particular subject matter. But of course Beyonce is known for her stunning performances, in that vain, Get Me Bodied is where she really upholds her reputation. To be honest, she is like Kayne said "Picture Perfect Beyonce" and really made even the songs I did not care for appealing with the eye-catching outfits and her incredible energy, strong vocals and the last track with the video shot in black & white, which gave it an earthy effect, coupled with her beautiful voice was a perfect match. I can't deny her she get five stars. She is A Real B. Beyond Say....Beyond Words"