Michael Jackson inserts chunks of good-versus-evil fantasy narrative into a series of his own musical numbers, culminating in a sequence in which he stops a gangster turning children into junkies. Joe Pesci and Sean Lennon make cameo appearances.
Please remember to add postal time (2-3 working days) to obtain a complete estimate of delivery to your door.
You will receive an email to confirm when your item has been sent.
You can also check the status of your order and individual items by accessing My Account details and following the prompts.
Please allow 10 working days from dispatch of your order before notifying us of any late deliveries.
It may be advisable to check with your neighbours to see if a parcel has been left with them, check any outhouses you might have where it may be left if it cannot fit through your letterbox and contact your local sorting office to see if the item has been returned to the depot as undelivered and awaiting collection.
Please see our returns policy.
Average connection time 25 secs
Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of The Hut Group.
What more can I say? This is an awesome film. Classic 80's. the first half of the film is just a massive promo for the Bad album, and just full of great music videos and performances. Then the second part is just classic Jackson story telling. Such a great family film. I used to love this so much as a child and it really brings back memories of good times and when Mr Jackson was at the height of his career, before the media and tabloids tried to destroy him. Anyway, I love this film. Having it on Blu ray doesn't really add much. No extra features and the picture is just upscaled. But it's worth having if you have a blu ray player, and love the film. It's so cheap too, it's just criminal not to own it. Every MJ fan should own this, and everyone should at least watch it, so you can realise how talented and great this man was. If you look at it now, no musician took the chances to do stuff like this. He was and still is a legend and I recommend this to any person out there
Was this helpful?