firstname.lastname@example.org Jana Schweitzer | California, USA | 06/28/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As we all know, Michael Jackson is the KING OF POP! This number-one film was in the Guiness book of World Records as the highest selling music video on '94!! Containing never-before-seen footage, behind the scenes action, unreleased videos, and all are full-length. This price is also a bargain. Pick it up even if you're not a die-hard. It is so worth it!! Dangerous is one of MJ's greatest albums with some record-breaking fantastic music videos! "The Short Films" contains: The Teaser (you have to see it!!), the controversial full lentgh Black or White (complete with The Simpsons ending and the face morphing and dance sequence), The Superbowl Heal The World performance (excellent), Remember The Time (starring Iman, Eddie Murphy, and Magic Johnson), also has behind the scenes (great dancing!!), Will You Be There, In The Closet (with Naiomi Campbell- the best MJ video ever!!)(with behind the scenes action also,) Gone too Soon, (A tragic remembrance of AIDS victim Ryan White), Jam (a awesome video with Michael Jordan, Kris Kross, and Heavy D.), Heal The World (donate to the foundation! It's a worthy cause!!), Give In To Me (featuring Slash from Guns n' Roses), Who Is It (such a great beat!!) and last but not least, concert footage to the Dangerous Tour. This movie is something. You have got to see it. The album is legendary, the beats are ear-piercing and jammin'!! All of these perfect music videos have such a story to tell. Michael Jackson is the KING OF POP!!!!"
A Dangerous DVD
S E R I K O N | CA United States | 03/08/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Michael has so much talent. Good album and good VHS. I just descovered this page on amazon and I hope that a DVD version will be avaliable. I am writing the first review so hopefully I can get a certificate so I can get it as soon as possible. The DVD should contain the same stuff that the VHS one contains (maybe the publishers may put in more features) The video (and assumingly the DVD as well) contains all but 3 songs from the DANGEROUS album (I Can't Let Her Get Away, She Drives Me Wild, & Keep The Faith). The Video and most likely the DVD contains the full videos of: -Black or White (controversy, plus making of)-Remember The Time (behind scenes)-Jam (behind scenes Michael Jordan comentary)-In The Closet (an awesome MJ song and video, plus behind scenes) -Heal the World (two times, super bowl performance and the video) -Will You Be There (the complete and non-Free Willy version)-Gone Too Soon (about that kid with AIDS that everyone forgot about)-Dangerous (played while showing us snip shots from ihs concert world tour)-Why You Wanna Trip On Me (played durring the credits)-Give Into Me (Michael knows good rock with Slash)-Who Is It (done by the director of FIGHT CLUB, excellent beat)-(Bonus stuff) of 2 awards and a pretty deep speech from Michael and a little Michael singing with Michael "I'll Be There"Lets hope this wish of having avaliable this long awaited DVD comes true and we may get it. Michael still has fans in the USA, so let them have their DVD!"
One of the best
Sarah | apex north carolina usa | 09/06/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great movie. i recomend it more than moonwalker, but they would go great together. this movie starts with black or white then the making of BLACK OR WHITE, it also includes the music videos:
REMEMBER THE TIME, with behind the scenes
JAM, with michael jordan and behind the scenes
IN THE CLOSET, with naomi campbell and behind the scenes
2 versions of HEAL THE WORLD, ones the music video one is at the super bowl
a great performance of WILL YOU BE THERE
GONE TO SOON, a very sad music video about ryan white
WHO IS IT, my favorite music video
DANGEROUS played while showing concert scenes and setting up concerts
and at the end WHY YOU WANT TO TRIP ON ME(great song) playing while showing credits
BONUS'S: a really deep speech by michael, and 2 award shows, the speech was from one with janet jackson presented the award to michael. if you are a michael fan than i strongly recomend this movie for your collection!! :)"
Best Jackson Compilation Yet!
ehmjay | Canada | 09/04/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've seen about every Michael Jackson DVD/VHS you could find, and this still is by far the BEST of them all. This Disc contains so much stuff that many of us may have never seen before that its mesmorizing. To see Black or White the way it was MEANT to be seen is wonderful, to see the Super Bowl performance in CRYSTAL CLEAR quality is remarkable, and the UK version of the "Who Is It?" video (Directed by David Fincher, the genious behind Fight Club and SE7EN) is worth the price alone.A MUST for any fan of Michael Jackson's music, videos or for any fan of "short films"."
Art Vandalay | 07/08/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This set of videos is a must for any MJ fan, and is not likely to fail to impress those less familiar with his work with "Dangerous". This set of films contains some of his most high-energy and star-studded videos. Eddie Murphy and Naiomi Campbell are among those featured. Michael continues to amaze with innovative dance moves and technologically advanced effects, even by today's standards. Most videos are a feast for the eye, and Michael uses these videos to test the bounds of physical expression. My personal favorites from this set are Black or White, Give In To Me, Remember the time, and In The Closet. Give In To Me is an all-out rocking ballad featuring Slash as lead guitarist. MJ shows his versatility of being able to go from pop and R&B to rock, as he did previously on "Bad" with "Dirty Diana". "In The Closet" is a sensuous song that departs from the typical MJ video which features extravagant sets and background dancers. The video is simple, the only other person in it being Naomi Campbell, and Michael sports a more puerile appearance than in his other works. The way Michael dances and moves to the beat of this song is astounding. This was a powerful video. Pretty much all of us have seen Black or White, famous for the morphing scene at the end. This dvd allows you to see the full version, complete with the then controversial "panther" scene at the end, where Michael does some spectacular dancing in the middle of the street. Remember The Time is set in Ancient Egypt. MJ is an entertainer for the Pharoah (Eddie Murphy), but he ends up sweeping the Queen (Iman) off her feet. There is a very good dance scene complete with background dancers, and Michael shows off his one of a kind voice when he goes a capella during this dance set. At the end, when the Pharoah's guards are closing in on him, he does one of his signature spins and is reduced to a pile of dust, which the wind wisps away. Though those are my favorites from this set, all of the films are very well done, and the music of course is excellent. More than just a singer or songwriter, Michael is above all else a performer. Having done some of the biggest tours of all time, he can electrify an audience like none other. The concert footage on this dvd shows why whether you love him or hate him, when he takes over a stage, one cannot help but watch."