Katy Perry The Movie: Part of Me 2012 PG CC

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Katy Perry is living proof that if you just be yourself, you can be anything! Get an inside look at how she became one of the biggest stars in the world! This "inspiring story"* is your chance to experience Katy Perry's teenage dream come true!* US Weekly

Starring:
Katy Perry, Adam Marcello
Runtime:
1 hour 34 minutes

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Katy Perry The Movie: Part of Me

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Genres Music, Documentary
Director Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz
Starring Katy Perry, Adam Marcello
Supporting actors Casey Hooper, Patrick Matera, Max Hart, Joshua Moreau, Lauren Allison Ball, Tasha Layton, Leah Adler, Lockhart Brownlie, Anthony Burrell, Lexie Contursi, Ashley Ashida Dixon, Brandee Evans, Bryan Gaw, Malik Le Nost, Rachael Markarian, Scott Myrick, Cassidy Noblett, Bradford Cobb
Studio Paramount
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

It's a fun movie about her and she does have great songs.
Amazon Customer
Prior to watching this movie, I knew nothing about Katy Perry, and ended up really enjoying this movie and liking her as a person.
Aaron Endo
I sat down with my daughter and watched this movie and really enjoyed it.
Girlsunshine

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Girlfriend Recommends on July 21, 2012
Format: DVD
Even though I love Katy Perry's music, I didn't expect to love her movie. There's a big difference between enjoying a five minute song and watching a two-hour movie. I only saw the movie because my two daughters wanted to see it.

As it turns out, I really loved the movie. Viewers get a unique glimpse not only into Katy's current pop star lifestyle and concert tour madness, but also into her struggle to get a music label in the first place as well as her efforts to hold together a failing marriage.

But the reason I really ended up loving this movie is because Katy the person (not Katy the pop star) really appears to be genuinely sweet and likeable. I loved seeing her interact with her siblings, her friends, her fans, her evangelist parents, and even her adorable grandmother. Katy's "realness" really touched my heart . . . and even watered my eyes more than once.

This is a touching movie about a charming girl!
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Chris Kennison VINE VOICE on July 13, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
"Katy Perry Part of Me" is a rare and unique glimpse into the life, childhood, upbringing, ups and down and tag along journey for the concert tour of a lifetime for Katy Perry. In the capable hands of producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, this isn't just your ordinary run-of-the-mill documentary/concert video, this is a story and a behind the scenes insight like I've never seen before.

A few things grabbed me as the movie starts with the preparation of her monster first world tour. They start with the setup for her first concert and her associating with her crew, dancers and staff before going into the opening number. She treats the people around her like gold. The people she hires to do her costumes, makeup, manage her schedule and organize her life aren't industry people. They are her friends. They were ordinary, run-of-the-mill people who Katy worked with when she was a nobody and she kept them. She loves them, and they love her and that is the nuts and bolts of "Part of Me".

Katy Perry may consider herself the `Pied Piper of Weirdness', but I would consider her the `Pied Piper of Genuineness'. It is the heart of her success, because it is exactly what took her, after years of struggle, out from under record labels that told her who she "should" be. Millions of fans, literally overnight, took to her personality of being exactly who she is and fell in love with her. She is the voice of this generation. I don't doubt that. We live in a time where traditions and expectations are blending with freedom of expression and freedom of genuineness. Katy Perry quite simply stands for being proud of who you are and being loud and proud about it. This very thing has made her a mega star.

In the Summer of 2011, Katy Perry did what only one artist had ever done before.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Patrick on September 16, 2012
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I went to see "Katy Perry: Part Of Me" at my local theater on July 9, 2012; 5 days after it was first released; and again in 3D format on July 18th with a close friend of mine. I knew when I went to see it that it was NOT going to be boring; even just the name Katy Perry is enough to take the dull out of my day. I've been a fan since "California Gurls" in 2010. The stuff from "One Of The Boys" I liked a little later on. What I didn't expect however was how much this film made me love her and her work A LOT more than I did before. There were A LOT of scenes and songs that touched my heart in ways I never expected. One scene was one of her meet and greets where she asks people if they want to dance on stage with her that coincided with her performance of Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody". If you liked it on Katy's "California Dreams" tour, you'll love it here too.
Another was what I call the "Hey Jude" scene, when Katy talked about how she handled her divorce from Russell Brand. I can't remember exactly what she said, although I knew what the subject matter was. COME ON! It's been 2 months since I last saw it. A piano version of "Hey Jude" played in the background during her interview. Then came the cruncher; her MusicCares rehearsal of that same song. That made my heart go "KNOCK ME OUT! KNOCK ME OUT!!"
All in all, I knew I was gonna see something truly cool, but I never thought it would be THIS cool! Maybe it's just me. I hope not!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kevin VINE VOICE on October 27, 2013
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I kind of wish I didn't see this. Before I did I was completely indifferent to Katy Perry. I didn't like her or hate her. I just didn't care either way. Then one day I sat down and watched this after hearing some rave reviews about it from critics and I fell in love with her. After watching this I discovered things about this Katy Perry character I didn't know anything about. She was likable and nice. There wasn't a diva bone in her body. I sort of equate female pop stars to being a little full of themselves as if they're curing cancer or something. I realized that Katy Perry is a hardworking girl who loves to entertain, sing and play the guitar. There was some poignant moving moments in this as she allows the cameras to continue filming even when she's visibly heartbroken over the problems with her relationship at the time with Russell Brand. I also didn't know that she writes her own lyrics and that they are from her personal experiences. That made me like her even more that she allows herself to be cracked open in her work. I learned that she didn't have it all handed to her and had to fight to create a career. Sure this is a little cotton candy and bubble gum-ish, but its done so well that you find yourself being uplifted. I'm embarrassed to say that I loved this and became a fan of Katy Perry by the end of this. But hey if she can be that cracked open in her lyrics, I think I can be just as cracked open to admit that I like Katy Perry! Ended up buying this DVD after watching it and of course then ended up buying two of her CD's since I didn't own anything Katy Perry related. "Teenage Dream" and "Prism". It's a good thing she made this movie, otherwise I probably never would've given her a chance. I'm not particularly a big pop music fan, but it seems like she's one of the better ones out there.
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