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The faithful will devour it, but everyone else will wonder why it takes a dozen band members (including a horn section), copious shots of Kenny's bulging biceps, and not one, not two, but 3-Ds to give shape to these tunes.
The numbers -- 35 million records sold; 19 number-one hits; more than one million tickets sold in each of the last eight summers -- are as staggeringly impressive, as remarkable, as the man behind them is not.
Unapologetically dopey and undeniably ingratiating, the supersized Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D makes a surprisingly convincing argument for big, dumb likability.
Excellent 3D and an all-out performance by the country music star should satisfy most Kenny Chesney fans.
Sound is crystal-clear, and unobtrusive stereoscopic footage looks great throughout the 99-minute feature, though some weird compositional snafus scuttle the desired concert experience, and the set's lack of variety makes it a fans-only proposition.
At times, the music gets a bit samey, because it's all very upbeat, without the twangy heartbreak that marked an earlier generation of country stars. Yet it's studded with juicy country-pop hooks.
Zingy effects would distract from the fact that with no behind-the-scenes footage there's not much to grasp beyond the music. Fortunately that's memorable, particularly Chesney's duets with country pro Mac McAnally...
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