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Michael Jackson: Never Surrender
Documentary charting the life and career of the late Michael Jackson from his entry into showbusiness at the tender age of four, through his extraordinary career as the biggest - and arguably most eccentric - music star of all time. The film features previously unseen film footage, rare and exclusive interviews with those who knew him, and contributions from music journalists and broadcasters.
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FYI: According to the CD covers, "A Remarkable Life" was done by Chrome Dreams in 2003. "Never Surrender" was supposedly produced by "Silver and Gold Productions" in 2009. It appears that "Silver and Gold" just repackaged the CD and is selling it too. I'm disgustingly disappointed!!
This DVD does not have a lick of Michael Jackson music. It has a very lame music bank that is repetitive and annoying. It is a poor attempt at tapping into the Michael Jackson post-death purchases.
As for movies, I would recommend getting History on Film Vol. II and Michael Jackson Video Greatest Hits, if you enjoy his music videos. I personally, much prefer to watch him in recorded "live" concerts. The Live in Japan and Live in Bucharest DVDs are a must for any hardcore MJ fan. I provided links below to my recommendations based on your MJ interests.
Live in Japan
Michael Jackson: Live in Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour
Michael Jackson - Video Greatest Hits - HIStory
Michael Jackson: HIStory on Film - Volume II
It's just a collection of people I've mostly never heard of, who had some connection with Michael through his work, talking about what they remember about him as though they were close buddy-buddies with him. Hardly even any pictures of Michael, let alone music. Looks to me like it's a totally unauthorized piece of junk, put together by some vultures who want to squeeze money out of his name.
This is someone trying to make money off of Michael Jackson's death.
Stick with the DVD's that he put out.
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