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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I've always admired his talent and I really wish that his life had not ended on such a terribly sad note. I like LaToya and Janet, but his brothers seem fake to me somehow, and his dad just flat-out gives me the creeps. It's no wonder Michael struggled so much. He was a very sensitive artistic being, and in my opinion, not a violent man on any level. I'd like to see the movie myself actually.
    Hey Pink!

    The movie is only playing for 2 weeks and opened on October 28th,
    so there's not a lot of time left.

    Apparently, he was an extremely gifted dancer.
    Music just made him feel like moving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justxher View Post
    I wonder what his type is
    There is a thread about that.
    Most people seemed to think he was an ISFP.

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    Michael Jackson info page

    TSCM's Michael Jackson Updates

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    Hey I went to see the Michael Jackson film at an IMAX theatre today!!
    The screen was 40 feet wide and 70 feet high
    with a 12 thousand watt speaker system!!
    And I sat very close!

    It's only in theaters for one more week, so if you want to see it, you'd better go soon.

    I'm sure there'll be a DVD, but seeing a concert on your tv at home is not the same as seeing it on a big screen in the theater.

    He's definitely an F.
    At one point, he complained that it felt like a fist was smashing his eardrum,
    when I would have said...
    my monitor is a little too loud, would you turn it down for me. LOL!

    Funny how different types communicate their needs differently.

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    Oooooh I want to see it!

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    I did see it... I went to a really late night showing of it and it was awesome... so hard to believe that this was him just months and weeks before his death I didn't stay till right at the end tho Wish I had now if you get to see the moonwalk
    ... couldn't drag me away

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    The moon walk was in the middle of the movie.
    The toe stand was at the very end.

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    Just finished watching it a few hours ago. Thanks for the tip on staying til the end; I usually do, but dislike it when I wait and nothing happens. This was one of the better ending easter eggs.

    I appreciated that it gave a good look at Michael the professional entertainer. He may have been a soft-spoken tree-hugging man-child punching bag for the media, but he was damn committed to his art. It certainly rounded out my image of him, made him more real. I loved watching him as a kid (what 80s kid didn't?) and often imitated his dancing. It was a bit sad yet endearing to see him at 50 years old, not nearly as limber but still busting a move and garnering respect from the younger backup dancers he inspired.

    And Human Nature is still a great song.

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    Saw it tonight on IMAX. Loved that glimpse into how he worked, how creative he was, and how he wanted things to be perfect. The man knew his craft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangol View Post
    Just finished watching it a few hours ago. Thanks for the tip on staying til the end; I usually do, but dislike it when I wait and nothing happens. This was one of the better ending easter eggs.

    I appreciated that it gave a good look at Michael the professional entertainer. He may have been a soft-spoken tree-hugging man-child punching bag for the media, but he was damn committed to his art. It certainly rounded out my image of him, made him more real. I loved watching him as a kid (what 80s kid didn't?) and often imitated his dancing. It was a bit sad yet endearing to see him at 50 years old, not nearly as limber but still busting a move and garnering respect from the younger backup dancers he inspired.

    And Human Nature is still a great song.
    Oh I'm so glad!

    Yes, I can't get Human Nature out of my head...
    that one and The Way You Make Me Feel!!

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