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Storyline:   "Moonwalker" is a 1988 anthology film featuring music, dance, and fantasy elements, inspired by the music and persona of pop icon Michael Jackson. The film is directed by Jerry Kramer, Colin Chilvers, and Jim Blashfield, and it serves as a visual showcase for Jackson's talent and creativity.

The movie is divided into several segments, each offering a distinct style and concept:

  1. Man in the Mirror: This segment opens the film with Jackson performing the hit song "Man in the Mirror" and reflecting on themes of social consciousness and change.
  2. Retrospective: This section provides a look back at Jackson's career and his impact on the music industry, featuring clips from his music videos and live performances.
  3. Badder: A playful and surreal segment where Jackson transforms into a claymation rabbit and confronts various villains in a whimsical environment.
  4. Speed Demon: In this segment, Jackson transforms into a rabbit-like character and escapes from a mob of fans by transforming into different characters, including a motorcycle rider and a robot.
  5. Leave Me Alone: This section uses a mix of live-action and claymation to illustrate the media scrutiny and tabloid rumors that surrounded Jackson's life.
  6. Smooth Criminal: The film's most substantial segment, it features Jackson as the heroic character "Michael," who uses his dancing abilities to rescue a group of children from a sinister gangster named Mr. Big (played by Joe Pesci).
  7. Come Together: Jackson performs a cover of the Beatles' song "Come Together" while dancing with an ensemble of background performers.


"Moonwalker" showcases Jackson's innovative music videos, dance sequences, and his unique ability to blend different visual styles. The film's central theme revolves around Jackson's desire to spread positivity, encourage unity, and inspire change through his music and artistic expression.

While "Moonwalker" might not be a conventional narrative film, it remains an essential piece of pop culture history, capturing Michael Jackson's influence on music, dance, and visual storytelling during the late 1980s. The film is a testament to Jackson's creativity and his ability to captivate audiences with his performances and unique artistic vision.
Moonwalker
Year : 1988
Genre : Action, Crime, Fantasy
IMDB Rating: 6
Director: Jerry Kramer
Top Billing Cast:  Joe Pesci as Mr. Big Elizabeth Taylor as Herself Paul Reubens as Pee-wee Herman Clancy Brown as Police Officer

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Moonwalker Trivia

  1. While filming the scene of Brandon Adams dancing outside the night club, Michael Jackson was situated just out of camera range, unable to contain his laughter.

  2. Michael Jackson initially intended the movie for theatrical release in the United States, but due to budget constraints, it became a straight-to-video release. However, it did see theatrical releases in international markets.

  3. During the "Speed Demon" dance-off with Spike the rabbit, Michael Jackson's spinning transformation showcases various personas from his videos. A stop-motion Tina Turner character in this sequence inadvertently exposes her nipples over her dress.

  4. It's reported that Michael Jackson improvised the spontaneous gunshots fired by his character after "Smooth Criminal." Using a functional Tommy gun and blank rounds, Jackson surprised everyone on and off set.

  5. Following the parody performance of "Bad," Young Michael (Brandon Quintin Adams) queries his assistant about his pet monkey Bubbles' attire. The response mentions a Prince t-shirt and red sneakers, leading Young Michael to sarcastically comment on the ongoing debate between Michael Jackson and Prince.

  6. The car morphed into by Michael Jackson during the "Smooth Criminal" segment is the Bertone-designed concept car, the Lancia Stratos Zero.

  7. The characters Biff and Buddy, the obese twins, are inspired by real-life motorbike-riding twin brothers known as "The McGuire Twins," who held the world record for the heaviest twins and performed in stunt shows.

  8. The introduction to the "Speed Demon" segment features Domino's Pizza's "The Noid" mascot and Swamp Thing chasing Michael.

  9. The antagonist's name, "Frank Lideo," shares similarities with Frank DiLeo, one of the film's executive producers and Michael Jackson's long-time manager.

  10. Michael Jackson covers The Beatles' hit song "Come Together" in the film. Sean Lennon, who plays Sean, is the son of the late John Lennon.

  11. In the "Speed Demon" sequence, Michael Jackson transforms into claymation caricatures of Sylvester Stallone, Tina Turner, Pee-wee Herman, and a generic traffic cop.

  12. The character Zeke's outfit is an exact replica of the attire young Michael Jackson wore on the cover of his "Got To Be There" album.

  13. Joe Pesci later starred alongside Macaulay Culkin in "Home Alone" (1990), and Macaulay Culkin appeared in Michael Jackson's music video for "Black or White" (1991). They developed a close friendship, and Culkin became the godfather to Jackson's children.

  14. A deleted scene from the "Speed Demon" segment involved a claymation construction worker conversing with a real construction worker, played by Will Vinton.

  15. In the "Speed Demon" sequence, the MJ-bunny is chased through a fast-food restaurant named "Frank in a Box," a tribute to Michael Jackson's manager, Frank DiLeo.

  16. The movie's title, "Moonwalker," is a reference to the iconic dance move "The Moonwalk," popularized by Michael Jackson, which he learned from Michael Chambers, also known as Boogaloo Shrimp.

  17. The "Smooth Criminal" segment of the film contains two additional lines that were not present in the original recording of the song.

  18. The film's release was originally synchronized with the launch of the "Bad" album. Additionally, the theatrical release coincided with the initiation of Michael Jackson's Bad World Tour, his inaugural solo tour.

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