Wednesday, October 28, 2009


So I got a chance to attend the advance screening of Micheal Jackson's This Is It. I must say I was extremely pleased by this documentary. Kenny Ortega, the director did a beautiful job showing rare behind the scenes footage of the rehearsals of MJ's much anticipated London tour. Whether you believe this film is just another attempt to exploit and make money off the King of Pop's untimely and shocking death, you will have to admit the overwhelming joy and respect you have for MJ after seeing this. I totally saw MJ in a different light. Although at times he seemed frail and winded, what this man was capable of doing at his age was phenomenal. What he has given to music and to the world was showcased at its best to his fans. He was truly an artist and strived for perfecting his craft all the while staying truly humble and appreciative to others who were working with him on this project. The artistic vision for this show was extraordinary and this tour would have been one to talk about for years to come. The dancers, the musicians, the stage props, the choreography were so well put together. Just seeing the behind the scenes footage had everyone in the theater breaking out in applause and melody. Truly a film to see and a DVD to put in your collection. MJ is truly priceless and will be greatly missed. He will forever be the King of POP!!!!! Gotta check it out!!!

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