If you didn't spend the money in the movie theater and haven't spent the money on a rental, don't bother with Glee: The Concert 3D. My Netflix review:
"All I can say is I am very glad I didn't buy this on fan recommendations and that I watched it via Nflx to see if I should. There may have been, at most, 10 numbers from the concert; but there were probably less, and some of them were cut short. Even the delightful Klaine/Brittana skit was cut to just the first three lines of dialogue. And, as we'd all heard, no "Single Ladies" because it was "too risque." Tell me, then, why "Slave 4 U" wasn't? I mean, COME ON.
There were three very heartwarming stories of Glee fans who were inspired by the show to overcome their own adversities in life and/or be proud of who they were; but there was also a lot of time wasted on filming fans screaming as they waited and on asking fans who were standing in line who their favorite Glee characters were. (I mean, a LOT of time and a LOT of fans. Not just a few. I'd say half the movie was this.) That time could have been spent with more numbers and/or special moments on stage during the concert.
One nice thing I will say is we got a lot of Warbler footage, and seeing/hearing them sing live instead of hearing the dubbed voices of the Beelzebubs was one of the things I was really bummed I missed by not getting to go see the concert live. I also liked that one of the three fan stories was about a girl with Asperger syndrome, and her case sounded very much like mine, so I could really relate to her. (I just really wish they took from her story and applied it to the Sugar Motta character, but that's a topic for the fan sites, not for this DVD review.)
All in all, though, I felt the DVD was a waste of my time. It was more, "Look at all the fans Glee has!" than it was concert footage.
Another caution: The DVD is NOT in 3D like the original theater version is, even though the DVD case says, "Glee Live: The Concert 3D." That's just what the title of the movie was. That lovely little message comes up before the movie starts that says, "This movie has been reformatted from its original format to blah-blah-blah your TV and has been changed to 2D." BAH. In the beginning, they showed some 3D-type imagery of the confetti getting shot into the audience. Why they couldn't do that throughout escapes me. Anyway, just thought I'd give folks my 2 cents.