According to AFP “a group of Jackson devotees are protesting the film on their website “This-Is-Not-It”, claiming that the movie gives a misleading image of the singer, reported to have been in frail health before his sudden death. ‘The true state of Michael Jackson?s failing health was being hidden from you by those who are making a profit from the screening of the ‘This is It’ movie,’ the group said in a statement.”
Page Six report that protesters handed out leaflets to fans going to the premiere Tuesday night. They read: “(MJ) was neglected, used, and emotionally tormented until his last days . . . while this footage was being shot, people around him knew that he looked like he might have died . . . AEG, the promoters . . . ignored the signs, ignored the pleas, and in fact, actively covered up the truth.”
On top of that, experts should study the film to see if there is any validity to Joe jackson’s claim that Columbia Tri Star used a body double for some of the dancing.
helped solidify Tony Orlando and Dawn’s place in pop music history.
Busted to the side
an easier separation in seasons as the summer of 2023 failed to prove itself musically
has never quite caught on in the USA
Jean making a name for himself and SZA stealing it
a pretty solid starter kit
the song of the summer that wasn’t one
Sinatra remained his aloof, superstar self
my list syncs up pretty well with the 1979 Village Voice Pazz and Jop
a special collection