It’s the documentary about Michael Jackson’s big concert tour, which abruptly screamed to a halt upon his death. Fortunately, there’s plenty of film of the rehearsals and his creative process putting the tour together.
Also released today are several films in limited release, including:
“The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day” – Sequel to “The Boondock Saints” about bloody murders in the underworld of Boston. Stars Norman Reedus, Sean Patrick Flanery, and Clifton Collins (read my interview with Collins here).
“Gentlemen Broncos” – Offbeat story about a home-schooled kid who gets ripped off by a legendary fantasy novelist. Stars Michael Angarano and Jennifer Coolidge.
“The House of the Devil” – The title says it all. Stars Jocelin Donahue and Tom Noonan.
“How to Seduce Difficult Women” – Do men need to be reminded how to seduce women? Yeah, maybe.
“Labor Day” – A documentary about how Election Day was turned into Labor Day. Appearances by Barack Obama, Hilary Clinton, Ted Koppel and others.
“Looking for Palladin” – A comedy about an arrogant Hollywood talent agent (David Moscow) who’s sent to Guatemala to find Oscar winning actor Jack Palladin (Ben Gazzara).
“Skin” – Story about a black child born in the 1950s to white Afrikaners. Stars Sophie Okonedo, Sam Neill and Alice Krige.
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