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Whitney

Whitney is a movie starring Whitney Houston, Ellen White, and Michael Houston. An in-depth look at the life and music of Whitney Houston.

Other Titles
Vitni, ホイットニー オールウェイズ・ラヴ・ユー
Running Time
2 hours
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Documentary, Music
Director
Kevin Macdonald
Writer
Kevin Macdonald
Actors
Ellen White, Whitney Houston, Cissy Houston, Michael Houston
Country
USA, UK
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An in-depth look at the life and music of Whitney Houston.

Comments about biography «Whitney» (5)

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Shirley R.

This is a very strange film that is a great introduction to the history of electronic music. It is a little bit confusing at times, but it does give you an idea of what electronic music was, the artists, the musicians, and the scene. The DVD is a good presentation and the film is very well done. There is a great bonus feature, an interview with the artist(s) talking about their own background in music and a documentary on the scene from the early 90s, covering all of the albums, bands, and songs that made electronic music what it is. Definitely worth seeing.

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Laura

Who wrote the 'The death of John Lennon' and told John Lennon to 'don't give it up'? That book of lyrics was made out of lies, the first to be made in the decade after the death of the hero (Kurt Cobain) of the Beatle-genius, the so-called memorial at Woodstock. The art and entertainment came and went, and eventually the ill-will between the two ended and had to go on, as all wars do. The real fact is that the public remained silent. Only the artists themselves were brave enough to say 'something', because the fate of the nations depended on them. It's interesting how much this book has changed in those few years since it was published, but how that change never touched Lennon's wife, Kim Basinger. As the two artists' family no doubt have given very good gifts to their children, well now. Some people might say they are tired of them. But are we really tired of them? And did they deserve the way they died? Just what kind of a "holy war" was this? This may not be important, but this new book is not the one about war. This book is about truth. And it's the truth about Lennon and the fame of the Beatle-genius. And in it you'll find the best approach on to the people's feelings of the time. It's not simply about John Lennon. But the way of telling the truth, the unifying line between the 'bad guys' and the 'good guys', the brilliant contribution to the love and popularity of John Lennon. The docu-drama is a 'classic' for the whole world, and indeed I consider it one of the greatest documentaries that I've ever seen. The subject is just too important, and this documentary gives us all a chance to learn something about this, our most loved personality. A true love story, like all great love stories, about the true love of the human heart.

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Keith F.

A great documentary on the punk scene of Boston in the early 80's. What really made this movie was the music. There was this energy to the music that I just loved. I love punk music, but the music in this film is so much more than that. I also really enjoyed the interviews with the people who were involved in the punk scene. This documentary really shows the time period, the people involved, and the music. It is very interesting to see people from this era who are now famous today. You also get to hear some really amazing music. It is really worth the time. There are some really cool interviews. I really like this film.

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Denise

I liked this film very much. The story was well told, and the clips were very interesting and well-made. The documentary footage, the interview footage, and the music were all very well done. The score was also very well done, I loved it. It was a very unique story, and a good movie overall. A must see.

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Patricia

The documentary "Being Michael Jackson: The Making of the Reality TV Show" makes a good documentary. The editing is excellent, with some great footage from all the stages of the making of the TV show. The interview with Eric Eason is very interesting. There are some very interesting quotes, such as "He was no victim" and "Why don't you try anf more, a little more of this, a little more of that." The most interesting is from the Queen of Pop, Debbie Harry, who talks about how it was important for her to be in the show, and how much she loved it. She also talks about how Michael and Debbie knew each other for so long, and how she was told not to come on the show. It was also interesting to hear from Michael's former producer, Eddie Futch, who talks about how the show got started, and how he helped with the filming of the scenes. There are also a couple of interesting quotes from Michael's fellow cast members, such as "I'm the biggest joke on Earth," and "It's a beautiful thing to see you." This is a really interesting documentary, and one that I recommend. It is very interesting to see the behind the scenes of the making of a TV show, and the fact that some people involved with the show would probably never speak publicly about it.