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I apologize in advance, but I refuse to have a love fest for how great he was. He was involved in many, many "wrong" doings. Okay the many were dropped or never proved... He was amazing, simply amazing. Voice, dancing, songs, the list is endless. But celebrity doesn't erase his past.
Steve McNair is a similar story. Sad, but still relevant to my perception to how I will remember him now.
How do you know he did any "wrong" doing? If you did I would guess that you would have gone to the trial as a witness.
In my mind MJ was pretty messed up and if there was never any controversy surrounding him i'd still feel the same. Of course the movie isnt going to add anything bad when basically its a tribute to him.
Michael Jackson isn't really dead. He will come out of hiding any time now and put a concert where the whole world watches. Tickets will cost 1000000 each. JK. I saw the movie. I may not be old enough to understand why he is so great. But this movie sure helped. Great show. I will def. buy this when it comes out.
You people don't even seem to understand what the movie is about. It's not a tribute movie. It's just a documentation of the practices that he was doing in preparation for his concerts coming up. Showed how he acted, thought and performed. I guess one thing will remain the same... and that he will forever be misunderstood. For those who did or do watch it. Let me know if it changes your perspective on him or what.