The much awaited Bad 25 documentary directed by Spike Lee finally premiered on Thursday night on ABC. The piece features unseen footage from studio sessions and music video shoots with testimonials by Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Stevie Wonder, Quincy Jones and Justin Bieber, focusing on MJ’s unparallelled appeal and larger than life persona. I’m assuming the film will not address, as one blogger noted, issues of environmental depletion, carbon footprints, overpopulation or structural inequalities. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.


The film serves as both commemoration and tribute to the late Michael Jackson’s 1987 album Bad on its 25th Anniversary year. The album is 8x platinum in the United States alone and has sold over 40 million copies worldwide.
Still, I have a hard time imagining Babies not grossing at least $10 or $20 million, which is a lot for a documentary. I’ve sometimes claimed people who have children should take into account the environmental and resource impact of their decision (as opposed to adoption, which is admittedly expensive), particularly those in privileged countries whose children will drive cars, buy lots of products and eats tons of food.


The entire LES-sophisticrat audience, there for Broken Embraces, were reduced to piles of mush.



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