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A movie that starts out with the "Man in the Mirror" music video, it then changes to a montage of video clips of Michael's career. Next comes a parody of his Bad video by children, and then Michael is chased by fans in a fantasy sequence. 2 more videos are shown, and then a movie in which Michael plays a hero with magical powers. In it he is chased by drug dealer Mr. Big and saves three children. Videos included in the movie are "Smooth Criminal" and "Come Together".
Anthology movie by, and starring, Michael Jackson in his prime, combining a number of music videos from his bestselling "Bad" album with a fantasy tale of Michael's confrontation with a ruthless drug dealer known as Mr. Big (Joe Pesci).
Originally released in the fall of 1988. Michael Jackson produced/co-wrote and starred in one of the most successful anthology films of all time. The film chronicles several of Michael's most famous songs from his Bad album, released a year earlier, and tells an enjoyable, unique, and entertaining story for the whole family. <br/><br/>Songs used in Moonwalker include Man in the Mirror (Opening Live Performance), Bad (Badder Segment), Speed Demon (Claymation and Live Action Segment), Smooth Criminal (Live Action Short Film), and Come Together ("Live" Performance).<br/><br/>Plot Overview: Michael receives unexplainable (but very useful) powers from a recurring shooting star. Using these special powers granted to him, Michael in an effort to save his young friends must defeat a ruthless yet zany drug dealer Frank LiDeo (Joe Pesci).<br/><br/>Overall Thoughts: This is a very fun film. It is filled with dazzling special effects, outstanding music and choreography, fantastic set designs, underrated musical score, and a fun adventure for the whole family. Michael has a very good performance in the film (or series of short films rather), delivering genuine emotion, particularly towards the end of the film. The film is targeted for children and Jackson's fans, so I think that it is safe to say this film is not for everyone. My only complaint with the film is that it can feel disjointed at times and it has a mediocre script. But that is not to say that this isn't a delightful film about friendship, loyalty, and magic.
It's basically Michael Jackson: The Movie. The film has no real relevant story, and the narrative is all over the shop. There is some kind of message stating 'Hey Kids, drugs are bad, that's why I called my album that, it's subliminal!!' It all starts with Man In The Mirror, then we get 'treated' a career in pictures, showing us his greatest moments, and the narrative basically telling us just how amazing Jackson is.<br/><br/>Then there is a strange Bad homage, quite good claymation, another music video, and we are treated to some sort of mini-movie with Joe Pesci as a Spider loving drug lord who is a walking drug warning.<br/><br/>It's all pretty bonkers stuff, but considering the subject matter, it's probably unavoidable.<br/><br/>It's just not a real film.<br/><br/>The first half is a love in for the man, and the second half is a weird science fiction come gangster movie where Jackson dances, sings, turns into a car, and then, very slowly, turns into some sort of aircraft.<br/><br/>And this got released at the cinemas here in the UK.<br/><br/>It's an oddity for sure, It just would have been interesting to see just what it could have been, it may have been something quite wonderful.
Quite astonishingly the newly released European Blu-ray versions - at least the German and British ones - are censored. Two scenes involving Mr. Big and Katie got trimmed. In the first one Mr. Big hits her and in the second one the heroin injection is missing as well. It is unknown whether all Warner Blu-rays feature this cuts.<br/><br/>However, the 1990 Guild Home Video VHS version (UK rated PG) may have these edits included in an earlier edit. The infamous baseball bats with the car outside the Club is not included on this VHS version. a5c7b9f00b