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Michael Jackson: BAD 25

Oscar-nominated director Spike Lee's documentary assessment and celebration of Michael Jackson's 1987 blockbuster album Bad, the follow-up to Thriller.

Oscar-nominated director Spike Lee's forensic documentary assessment and celebration of Michael Jackson's 1987 blockbuster album, the follow-up to Thriller. With over 40 interviews conducted by Lee himself with those involved in the making of the album, the accompanying videos and the tour, this fast-moving but epic film is a detailed study of Jackson's second blockbuster album which went on to sell over 45 million units worldwide and included five consecutive US Number 1 singles and such classics as The Way You Make Me Feel, Bad, Man in the Mirror, Smooth Criminal etc.

Interviewees include Martin Scorsese, Walter Yetnikoff, Kanye West, Ce-Lo Green and Sheryl Crow who was a backing singer on the BAD tour.

2 hours, 15 minutes

Last on

Sun 31 Mar 2013 21:35

Credits

Role Contributor
Director Spike Lee
Participant Martin Scorsese
Participant Cee-Lo Green
Participant Sheryl Crow

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