Celebrity on what profession @hushpuppi ?? it could be any of your family none of your family is as rich as you think you are or in that same level you are just like everyone else could be one of your errand boy #junky puppy
I have to be honest and share the fact that I only went to see this movie so I could make jokes with my friends because let's face it there were alot of #whitneyhouston jokes back in the day. I also was ready to turn my nose up at the people being interviewed and think to my self "mmmmph anything for money" but that was not the experience I had at all.
This documentary on her life left me in tears and the director #kevinmcdonald was not tasteless at all with his story telling of her life.
Whitney pretty much narrates alot of this movie with old interviews I'm sure and many times you hear her talking it makes you feel like she is sitting right next to you telling you what happened to her. With the help of her family and I guess friends this documentary leaves you feeling like "well damn I guess I would've did drugs too if I had all that going on"
Very real very raw. The only part I didn't like was her hair dressers small commentary about how much whitney loooooved sex. What is that to even talk about? Who doesn't lol? #judygarland once said that she was a piece of meat that sings. Well so was Whitney Houston. Talent is free and given by God no matter what kind of talent it is but #stardom that comes with a huge price that not many can pay. In the end the very end that beautiful singer was a sad little girl lost still trying to figure life out. I'm giving this 4 out of 5 popcorns and I urge everyone to see it but people won't. It's sad because there where only 5 of us in the theater because unfortunately her legacy is still stained with being a #junky but she really was more than that and this #documentary brings you back to the real Whitney Houston #movieblogger#movienight#moviemadness#filmtalk#fan#cinephile