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 Post subject: Michael Jackson movie
PostPosted: Sun Aug 16, '09, 6:03 pm 
Sony is taking the rehearsal footage from Michael Jackson's planned concert any making a theatrical film release from it. The film, called "This Is It" shares the name of the concert series he was preparing before his death. This film is supposed to come out October 30. according to the press release.

What do you think of this move? Is it too soon to feature his last recorded performances in this manner?


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 Post subject: Re: Michael Jackson movie
PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, '09, 2:59 pm 
Overcapitalism? Doesn't look like people can turn this into something successful, to be honest with you.


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 Post subject: Re: Michael Jackson movie
PostPosted: Tue Sep 1, '09, 3:24 am 
Personally, in my own opinion, no I don't think it is too soon for something like this. I'm not surprised they are doing this either because there will be limited ways they can profit or make money off of Jackson now that he is deceased. This is just one of those ways. People will pay to see it because they want to know what shape or condition Jackson was in before he died, and whether or not he was in true form as usual or whether or not he could have made it through this upcoming tour and series of concerts or not. Sad, in a way, but I do understand it.


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 Post subject: Re: Michael Jackson movie
PostPosted: Tue Dec 1, '09, 4:46 pm 
Michael Jackson's movie "This Is It" comes out on DVD on
January 26, 2010.

http://movies.msn.com/movies/article.as ... &GT1=28102

So far the movie has made over $70 million in the US.

Anyone already seen the movie?

Anyone planning to buy the DVD?

I haven't seen it yet so I might try to get one of the DVD's sometime.


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 Post subject: Re: Michael Jackson movie
PostPosted: Tue Dec 1, '09, 7:07 pm 
I'm surprised it was able to make that much. Not that it was a success by any means, but $70 million is more than I would have expected it to bring in. The DVD will probably boost it up to at least $100 million.

Anyway, I haven't seen it and I'm not really interested.


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