The short film for Michael Jackson's ""Smooth Criminal"" was the centerpiece of the feature film Moonwalker, and featured the debut of Michael's iconic ""anti-gravity lean."" Inspired in part by Fred Astaire's ""Girl Hunt Ballet"" dance number in the film The Band Wagon, ""Smooth Criminal"" was named Best Video at the BRIT Awards, Broadcast Film Critics Association and the People's Choice Awards. Buy/Listen to Bad 25: Amazon - http://smarturl.it/mj_bad25_amzn?IQid... iTunes - http://smarturl.it/MJ_Bad25A_iTunes?I... Official Store - http://smarturl.it/MJBAD25_OS?IQid=yt... Spotify - http://smarturl.it/MJ_Bad_Sptfy?IQid=... Written and Composed by Michael Jackson Produced by Quincy Jones for Quincy Jones Productions Co-Produced by Michael Jackson for MJJ Productions, Inc. From the album Bad, released August 31, 1987 Released as a single October 21, 1988 THE SHORT FILM Director: Colin Chilvers Primary Production Location: Los Angeles, California Michael Jackson's short film for ""Smooth Criminal"" was the sixth of nine short films produced for recordings from Bad, one of the best selling albums of all time. The ""Smooth Criminal"" single hit No. 1 in Spain and The Netherlands and reached the Top 10 in the UnitedStates, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland and Switzerland. In the United States, ""Smooth Criminal"" reached the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100-the sixth single from Bad to do so-as well as Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles charts. In addition to being a standalone short film, ""Smooth Criminal"" became the centerpiece of Michael's most ambitious film project at the time, Moonwalker, a feature-length film that was released theatrically in various countries outside of the United States. In the ""Smooth Criminal"" portion of the film, Michael and his friends face off against the notorious drug lord Mr. Big (Joe Pesci) and attempt to foil his plot to get the children of the world hooked on drugs-but of course, in the end, Michael defeats the villain. The musical portion of ""Smooth Criminal"" takes place in the magical ""Club '30s,"" where Michael instructed his friends to meet him. While Katie (Kellie Parker), Zeke (Brandon Adams) and Sean (Sean Lennon) find the club to belong abandoned, Club '30s springs to life when Michael shows up, wearing a blue and white pinstripe suit and fedora. As the kids watch through the window, Michael flips a coin into the jukebox and leads the club patrons through a dazzling performance to ""Smooth Criminal."" Here, Michael shows off updated versions of his signature dance moves. He also debuts one of his most iconic dance moves: the ""anti-gravity lean,"" a seemingly impossible move. Follow the Official Michael Jackson Accounts: Facebook - http://smarturl.it/mj_facebook?IQid=y... Twitter - http://smarturl.it/mj_twitter?IQid=yt... Spotify - http://smarturl.it/mj_spotify?IQid=yt... Newsletter - http://smarturl.it/mj_newsletter?IQid... YouTube - http://smarturl.it/mj_youtube?IQid=yt... Website - http://smarturl.it/mj_website?IQid=yt..."
The short film to "You Rock My World," the Top 10 hit single from Michael Jackson's Invincible, features guest appearances from Chris Tucker, Michael Madsen and Marlon Brando, in one of his final film appearances. Buy/Listen to 'Invincible' - https://michaeljackson.lnk.to/invincible!rock2 Written and Composed by Michael Jackson, Rodney Jerkins, Fred Jerkins III, LaShawn Daniels and Nora Payne Produced by Michael Jackson for MJJ Productions, Inc. and Rodney Jerkins for Darkchild Entertainment From the album Invincible, released October 30, 2001 Released as a single August 22, 2001 THE SHORT FILM Director: Paul Hunter Primary Production Location: Los Angeles, California Michael Jackson's short film for "You Rock My World" was one of two short films produced for recordings from Invincible, Michael's sixth album as an adult solo performer. As a single, "You Rock My World" was a No. 1 hit in France, Spain Portugal, Poland and Romania, and reached the Top 10 in another 16 countries, including Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy and Australia. In the United States, the single reached the Top 10 of Billboard's Hot 100 (his 28th career Top 10 single in America), Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles, Mainstream Top 40 and Rhythmic Top 40-marking Michael's fourth consecutive decade with a Top 10 hit since the 1970s. The ambitious, 13-minute "You Rock My World" short film features guest appearances from Chris Tucker, Michael Madsen and Marlon Brando (in one of his final film appearances). Michael and Chris follow a beautiful girl (Kiyasha Dudley) into a club, where Michael attempts to woo her from a potential suitor (Madsen). Michael's seduction causes a fight between an enforcer (Billy Drago) and himself, which results in a fire breaking out in the club. Michael briefly encounters the club's boss (Brando) before escaping with Chris and the girl. The "You Rock My World" short film won an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Music Video in 2002. Follow the Official Michael Jackson Accounts: Spotify - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/invincibleSI!ytrock2 Facebook - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/invincibleFI!ytrock2 Twitter - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/invincibleTI!ytrock2 Instagram - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/invincibleII!ytrock2 Website - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/invincibleWI!ytrock2 Newsletter - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/invincibleNI!ytrock2 YouTube - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/invincibleYI!ytrock2
Michael Jackson's 14-minute short film "Thriller" revolutionized the music video genre forever. Hailed as the greatest music video of all time by MTV, VH1, Rolling Stone and others, "Thriller," directed by John Landis, is also the only music video selected to be included in the Library of Congress' prestigious National Film Registry. Buy/Listen to Thriller 25: Amazon - http://smarturl.it/mj_thriller25_amzn?IQid=ytd.mj.thrill iTunes - http://smarturl.it/MJ_T25DE_OS?IQid=ytd.mj.thrill Official Store - http://smarturl.it/MJ_T25DE_OS?IQid=ytd.mj.thrill Spotify - http://smarturl.it/mj_thriller25_sptfy?IQid=ytd.mj.thrill Written by Rod Temperton Produced by Quincy Jones for Quincy Jones Productions From the album Thriller, released November 30, 1982 Released as a single January 23, 1984 THE SHORT FILM Director: John Landis Primary Production Location: Los Angeles, California
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Michael Jackson's "Black Or White" was the first of nine short films from 1991's Dangerous. Directed by John Landis, "Black Or White" features groundbreaking special effects and electrifying dance sequences. The original full-length short film premiered simultaneously in 28 countries for a record-breaking global audience of 500 million! Buy/Listen to Dangerous: Amazon - http://smarturl.it/MJ_Dangerous_Amzn?IQid=ytd.mj.bow2 iTunes - http://smarturl.it/MJ_Dangerous_iTunes?IQid=ytd.mj.bow2 Spotify - http://smarturl.it/mj_dngrs_sptfy?IQid=ytd.mj.bow2 Written and Composed by Michael Jackson Rap Lyrics and Intro by Bill Bottrell Produced by Michael Jackson for MJJ Productions, Inc. and Bill Botrell Executive Producer: Michael Jackson From the album Dangerous, released November 26, 1991 Released as a single November 11, 1991 THE SHORT FILM Director: John Landis Primary Production Location: Los Angeles, California Michael Jackson's short film for "Black or White" was the first of nine short films produced for recordings from Dangerous, Michael's fourth album as an adult solo performer. As a single, "Black or White" was an international sensation, topping the charts in 20 countries in 1991 and 1992, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. "Black or White" was certified Gold and Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America on January 6, 1992. The song was also nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male in 1993. Both "Black or White" and its follow-up "Remember the Time" received BMI Urban Awards in 1993 for being two of the most performed songs of the year. The ambitious "Black or White" short film again found Michael pushing the boundaries of the "music video" as art form. An extended prologue stars Macaulay Culkin as a boy whose father (George Wendt) is angered by the playing of loud rock music after bedtime. After being admonished for "wasting your time with this garbage," Culkin vengefully plugs a guitar into an enormous speaker, blasting his father out of the house and across the globe, still sitting in his easy chair. The main body of the "Black or White" short film reflects the song's lyrical plea for racial and cultural unity. Michael is seen on the plains of Africa, the Vasquez Rocks in California, and outside traditional Russian architecture, singing and dancing with African tribesmen, Thai women, Native Americans, an Odissi dancer from India and a troupe of Hopak dancers. Follow the Official Michael Jackson Accounts: Facebook - http://smarturl.it/mj_facebook?IQid=ytd.mj.bow2 Twitter - http://smarturl.it/mj_twitter?IQid=ytd.mj.bow2 Spotify - http://smarturl.it/mj_spotify?IQid=ytd.mj.bow2 Newsletter - http://smarturl.it/mj_newsletter?IQid=ytd.mj.bow2 YouTube - http://smarturl.it/mj_youtube?IQid=ytd.mj.bow2 Website - http://smarturl.it/mj_website?IQid=ytd.mj.bow2
Michael Jackson's Vevo: https://www.youtube.com/user/michaeljacksonvevo?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe! PLAYLIST to all the original videos featured in this episode. Watch them all! https://goo.gl/ZjLUZH Subscribe to FBE! New videos every week! http://goo.gl/aFu8C Watch all main React episodes (Kids/Teens/Elders/Adults/YouTubers): http://goo.gl/4iDVa Kids react to Michael Jackson's music. Watch to see their reaction! Videos featured in this episode: Michael Jackson - Billie Jean: https://goo.gl/oU0fjX Michael Jackson - Beat It: https://goo.gl/oeBM5T Michael Jackson - Thriller: https://goo.gl/p6RQcd [HD]We Are Here To Change The World: https://goo.gl/kFqL7u Michael Jackson - Bad: https://goo.gl/8EWytl Michael Jackson - Smooth Criminal: https://goo.gl/cC3Vnf Michael Jackson - Black Or White: https://goo.gl/SJuNIG Michael Jackson - Remember The Time: https://goo.gl/vCelVb Michael Jackson - You Are Not Alone: https://goo.gl/Qm1Iio This episode features the following amazing kids! NOTE: Kids that are technically 'teens' will remain on 'Kids React' until they enter high school. Lucas, age 8 Gabe, age 9 Sydney, age 9 Brooke-Monaé, age 10 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiaPu8ATNGYVekfyFIlst6g Jack, age 10 Janelle, age 10 https://www.instagram.com/missjanellebee/ Royel, age 10 https://www.youtube.com/user/royelaugustine Samirah, age 10 Daisy, age 11 Jayka, age 13 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSDtx2ZB-6PDl2T8iO-QM-g Tyler F., age 13 https://www.instagram.com/tyler.fraser/ Follow Fine Brothers Entertainment: FBE WEBSITE: http://www.finebrosent.com FBE CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/FBE REACT CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/REACT BONUS CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/FBE2 FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/FineBros TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/fbe INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/FBE SNAPCHAT: https://www.snapchat.com/add/finebros TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/fbelive VINE: https://vine.co/TheFineBros TUMBLR: http://fbeofficial.tumblr.com/ GOOGLE+:http://plus.google.com/+FBE SEND US STUFF: Fine Brothers Entertainment P.O. BOX 4324 Valley Village, CA 91617-4324 Creators & Executive Producers - Benny Fine & Rafi Fine Head of Digital Production - Jim Stoddard Head of Post Production - Nick Bergthold Associate Producer - Dallen Detamore, Kyle Segal Coordinator - Cynthia Garcia Production Assistant - Kenira Moore, Ethan Weiser, Locke Alexander, Kristy Kiefer Editor - Dan Seibert, Luke Braun Assistant Editor - Austin Miller, Kelsey Houser Director of Production - Drew Roder Post Supervisor - Adam Speas Post Coordinator - David Valbuena Researchers - Colleen Scriven, Morgan Roger Set design - Melissa Judson Music - Joseph Carrillo http://www.youtube.com/houseofblackbirds © Fine Brothers Entertainment. Kids React #160 - KIDS REACT TO MICHAEL JACKSON
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The Evolution Of Michael Jackson’s Face 1958 FROM 2009 🔳 Steve Rico 🔳®️ ツ 🔹 🔥ღ ☻ Thanks So Much For Watching and Share the Video ❤️💛💚💜 🔸Youtube➭https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWnUSr2CzpWOQOd8HOgBkZw 🔸Facebook ➭https://www.facebook.com/SteveRicoVideos/ 🔸Twitter➭https://twitter.com/steverico1983 🔹Music 🎶 Electro-Light - Symbolism [NCS Release]➭ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__CRWE-L45k Michael Jackson was a legend who will be remembered in the hearts of his fans for years to come. Throughout his tumultuous life, one thing that ironically remained constant was the ongoing transformation in his physical appearance. Despite obvious changes to his nose, jawline and eyes, the pop icon denied he had extensive plastic surgery and blamed his changing skin tone on vitiligo.A Look at MJ's Physical Transformation over the Years Michael Jackson began his career as the lead singer for the Jackson 5 in 1964. By the time this photo was taken in 1973, Jackson had already released three solo albums and his first number one hit, "Ben." At this time, puberty began to naturally transform Jackson's face, melting away the baby fat and revealing a more masculine jawline.Jackson biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli suspects that the inevitable changes of puberty were deeply traumatic for the child star. "When he started to change physically as all guys do, when they go through adolescence and puberty, this was really difficult for him," he told Cynthia McFadden of ABC News in 2003. By the tender age of 18, Jackson's fame had well eclipsed that of his brothers. Yet, despite the adulation, the star was becoming increasingly insecure about his looks. In particular, Jackson disliked his acne-prone skin and his nose. It didn't help that, according to Taraborrelli, Jackson's brothers reportedly called him "big nose." Michael Jackson poses in 1981, during the hiatus between Off the Wall and his mega-hit Thriller. By this point, he had ditched his seventies Afro in favor of what would become his signature curly hair, and his nose is noticeably different from from what it had been just a few years earlier. "Obviously he's had some nasal surgery," plastic surgeon Pamela Lipkin told ABC News in 2003. "The bridge is much thinner, width of the nostrils is greatly reduced. . . That's a great result. That nose is still believable." By 1983, Jackson was at the zenith of his career with Thriller well on its way to becoming the best-selling album of all time. Some argue that Michael also looked his best at this time. This photograph of Jackson was taken in 1985, the same year he would write the hit song "We Are the World" with Lionel Ritchie, which they performed along with fellow superstars Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross and Bruce Springsteen. The year before, Jackson had suffered second-degree burns on his scalp in an infamous accident while filming a Pepsi commercial. Here is Jackson in 1987, shortly after the release of his album, Bad. In the five years between Thriller and Bad, Jackson's face changed almost as dramatically as his had fame skyrocketed. After the unprecedented success of Thriller, some think that Jackson's metamorphosis became an artistic statement, far more than his initial insecurities about his appearance. "He wanted to be the King of Pop. He wanted to be Captain Eo," claims Margo Jefferson, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of On Michael Jackson. "I think he was obsessed with staying timeless, is what I think. . . It's as if he wanted to look like some, you know, being who has gone into some eternal realm of fame. . . beyond life and death."Jackson attends the 1989 Soul Train Awards in Los Angeles, unveiling an even thinner nose, heavily-lined eyes, and a suddenly prominent cleft chin. In a 2003 interview with ABC News, plastic surgeon Pamela Lipkin insists that Jackson's transformations could not have been natural. In the later years of his life, Jackson was rarely seen in public without a surgical mask covering his face. This photo from Jesse Jackson's 66th birthday party in 2007 is a rare exception. Michael Jackson's Last Days,michael jackson billie jean,michael jackson man in the mirror,michael jackson thriller,michael jackson beat it,michael jackson bad,michael jackson rock with you,michael jackson they don't care about us,michael jackson black or white,michael jackson the way you make me feel,michael jackson pyt,michael jackson,michael jackson smooth criminal,michael jackson abc,michael jackson another part of me,michael jackson and justin timberlake love never felt so good,michael jackson and prince,michael jackson acapella,michael jackson album,michael jackson annie are you ok,michael jackson and janet jackson,michael jackson alive 2016,michael jackson and chris tucker,a michael jackson tribute,michael jackson butterflies,michael jackson billie jean lyrics,michael jackson ben,michael jackson beat it lyrics,michael jackson blood on the dance floor,michael jackson best dance performance ever,michael jackson r&b
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Ecxlusive Rare Footage from a live Michael's Moment.At the end of the performance during the man in the mirror Michael (as you see) forces himself to keep on performing.He looks very exhausted & weak.Even though Michael during that spesific performance uses to spin & fall down due to choreography part, this time it's obvious that he loses his stamina & energy because it is said he was sick due to a virus so he collapses & what he tries to do is to find some rest by lying on the floor As a proffesional he fights to stay still! ----SUBSCRIBE ON MY CHANNEL & GET THE CHANCE TO VIEW MORE EXCLUSIVE CONTENT!