Posted 15 October 2009 - 07:25 PM
The upcoming Michael Jackson documentary "This is It" is set to be one of the year's most successful box office hits. While many MJ fans will be beside themselves with joy over getting to see his last performance on the big screen, cynics are calling the film a cheap way to make a fortune out of the death of pop's greatest icon. What do you think - is the film a touching tribute to a Michael, or is it merely another way of exploiting his death for profit?
image: fair Use/Screengrab: JACKO DOCUMENTARY....tribute or exploitation?
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