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Based on the best-selling book REMEMBER THE TIME: PROTECTING MICHAEL JACKSON IN HIS FINAL DAYS, this Lifetime® Original Movie is told through the eyes of the King of Pop's trusted bodyguards, Bill Whitfield and Javon Beard. Navi, the world's #1 Michael Jackson tribute artist, stars in his acting debut alongside Chad L. Coleman as Bill Whitfield and Sam Adegoke as Javon Beard. The movie reveals firsthand the devotion Michael Jackson had to his children, and the hidden drama that took place during the last two years of his life.
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Actors Chad Coleman and Sam Adegoke give sincere performances as bodyguards Bill Whitfield and Javon Beard. Jackson impersonator Navi (credited as the world’s #1 Jackson tribute artist) portrays Jackson. Navi’s accent is a little distracting, and at first glance, you may wonder who’s had more facial procedures, Navi or the real Jackson. However, as the movie progresses Navi – a first-time film actor – does a good job of capturing the essence of Jackson. Director Dianne Houston deserves a “shout out” for keeping the story line and acting from going over the top.
Several of the episodes during this time of Jackson’s life are fairly well known and serve as good reference points in this timeline. In addition – and what makes this movie – are other episodes the public did not know, such as issues with, money, staff changes, family, privacy, business dealings, and the like. It seems everybody wanted a piece of Jackson, or more accurately, a piece of his money!
We may never know if all these events were 100% factual. When the book came out it was contested by another bodyguard who was also employed at the time with Whitfield and Beard. With that said, this project evokes a sympathy for Jackson. I don’t know who first said “it’s lonely at the top,” but this could be one observation of Jackson.
(there’s no rating listed for this movie, but it could be PG for language you might not expect)
and so many others. My heart breaks for their children who may never understand the bottom feeding people who rob them of their family and the life sucking media who harass them until they break. I am glad I viewed this movie. There was a lot I did not know about him.