Josee, did you enjoy watching it?
SAINT4 wrote:Not really... its just a TV doco that interviews people who worked with him at his last world tour before he died. Not prepared to spend $15.50 to watch a doco you can see on Discovery or Real Life on Sky TV.
It most definitely is not! They didn't even interview anyone in this film. It was all about the genius behind the music.
While it is a documentary, they put together all the rehearsal footage to make it feel like a concert
. I'm sure Michael was only putting in about 20% (which was still amazing, btw) because he was trying to make sure everyone else was doing what they were supposed to be doing. I, for one, loved it and plan on seeing it again. It was well worth it.
Paul wrote:i gotta say i could not care less about michael jackson, his history, upbringing or whatever. the guy was a freak of nature with a plastic face who belongs in a wax museum....
He was nothing of the sort. I can only wish that more people could be as loving, giving and caring as he was all his life. That they could look past appearances, races and colour like he did. How he looked has nothing to do with anything. If people would stop believing everything they read or hear from the media and tabloids they'd know what a beautiful person he was. I'm glad this film came out, so more people can see the real person he was. Professional, funny, and full of love. L-O-V-E!
It's those who say things like this that make me feel like I
am a freak for liking him. I even hid it for a long time despite being a fan all my life. In fact, this is why I usually don't tell people about a lot of things I love (not just MJ). I mean, is it nessecary to say something like that? But there will always be hates, I guess.