Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|So Much More Than a Woman|
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
R&B vocalist Aaliyah, destined for success from a young age began her a career at the age of 11 singing backing vocals for soul legend Gladys Knight. She went on to record her debut album, 1994's platinum selling Age Ain'... more »
Aaliyah Deserves A Better Tribute.....
Eric Kane | Manchester UK | 06/14/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Hi I bought So Much More Than A Rip Off..... sorry, So Much More Than A Woman DVD. Aaliyah looks great (as usual) the most annoying thing about this DVD is that its all revolved around her death, i'm not being funny but it should have concentrated on her life in a positive note. Note: on of the interviewee says "If Your Boy Only Knew" Which made me LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
One again the money grabbers are back from Losing Aaliyah and just how do they inted to makie a good DVD about Aaliyah without her music, her music was her life, without it the DVD is incomplete.
HOWEVER on a more positive note where Aaliyah is featured in the DVD she looks stunning, espcially in the begining, she's just an amazing woman."
Not worth watching twice
Lian Leong | Sunnyvale, CA United States | 06/28/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Being a big fan, I didn't really learn anything new from this DVD that I haven't already read about. The people interviewed were all producers, writers, coaches, and other industry people, but no one I had ever heard of. I wanted to see more footage of Aaliyah and learn more about different aspects of her life. The narrator was hugely annoying - she talked really slowly with a heavy accent. I couldn't sit still and watch because I was getting bored. It felt like this was just a big promotional video for the people interviewed and I did not feel at all satisfied after watching it!"
Not good enough!
Laugin Andrey | Russia | 12/24/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I honestly can say that this dvd doesn't worth buying, because it has nothing about Aaliyah actually. It's full of people talking about Aaliyah who weren't even close to her, but met her twice.. I find this dvd pretty borring and the quality isn't good enough for dvd.
The good thing about this dvd is that they show some rare cut-offs from Aaliyah's interviews, some pictures and clips from public appearances. But again, they don't show Aaliyah often, that's why this dvd is really borring..
But still it's a bit better than Loosing Aaliyah which was terrible and disrespectful, but still it doesn't worth of spending your money on it in my opinion.. I wish there was a real, good dvd about Aaliyah.."