A Trip to Unicorn Island full movie review - A Wonderful and Inspiring Woman Who Deserves the Best
I've only been a fan of Lilly as of recent, only a year ago I really got hooked on her videos and went through her channel like candy.
When she announced her world tour last summer, I was stoked and simply had to go to the Anaheim venue, her last location. My experience was a two hour drive and I was well on time for the meet and greet. Meeting her was great, I did my best to spit the nervous words I've been wanting to tell her from the moment I bought my tickets. It's worth it, really, making a conversation with somebody you're meeting who is famous-- because you get more than a selfie out of the situation and it's a win-win for both. In her movie where she explains this, is right on the spot. She too, is a person. I made the silly mistake of only buying the meet-and-greet tickets, (When I called and asked about the package, they said it covered the show AND the meet and greet!) So I didn't actually get to experience the show. My sister had to pick me up after the meet and greet (Which was still VERY worth the drive.) :( Though I'm not blaming that on Lilly, I blame it on myself and my misreading.
Finally, I watched the movie. It was beautiful and I feel like I got more experience from watching it than if I got to also attend the full show. It gives you full background and the amount of work she put into making this tour happen so she could impact us and make us feel amazing. The movie gave the same exact effect and it definitely drew some tears through her motivational and true words. Her making this documentary along with the movie was a fantastic idea and I recommend it to everyone who likes Lilly or wants their day brightened at least a little. If you ever feel stuck or lost, this movie will shove you back onto the right track. Overall, the movie was just as well done and thoughtfully put together as the tour. Beautiful. Lilly, I thank you. As a fan and as a friend I thank you for all you've done for us.