Katy Perry 3D
Listen up moms and dads: when you signed up to be a parent nobody told you that you would be subjected to popular music for years of your life. Now that Pia learned how to change the channels on the car radio, I’m under a constant bombardment of “hits” while I’m driving. Katy Perry, being the queen of pop music these days, is a constant passenger in our car (and at home). I dismissed her as a music studio fabrication and did not pay much attention to her.
On Friday last week, Pia dragged me into the movie theater to see the Katy Perry documentary. In 3D!
I hate to admit it, but I enjoyed it. I don’t know how much was faked for the movie, but I got the feeling we met a genuinely nice person with a lot more depth than expected. If only half of the stuff we learned about her is true, I think she has the stuff to become a role model for lots of kids out there.
Go Katy …
PS: It was also one of the first times that I thought 3D was well executed (the last song with the beach balls in particular).