Based on the best-selling book, Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days, and told through the eyes of Jackson's trusted bodyguards, Bill Whitfield and Javon Beard. ... See full summary »
The opening line, "Time to be Whitney Houston," was not written in the script. It was an ad-lib suggested by director Angela Bassett during filming. See more »
At the beginning, when Whitney and Bobby are shopping on Rodeo Drive, logos for Moncler and Tom Ford are visible in the background. Neither store would have been established enough to have a store on Rodeo Drive. See more »
DRIVEL- It's hard to see past Bobby Brown's angelic glow of wholesome victim.Is Angela Basset sleeping with him now?
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WHo knew? All these years, poor bobby... I totally believed he would have always said no to any drug-because he's seen it before- and It only ended up down a bad road.
I was so surprised to learn how much he had to say NO to drugs and look after his coked out lady. What a guy. Whitney snorted and abused drugs their entire marriage. He just held the purse...so to speak.
I was so stimulated by the riveting acting and believable dialog that I did dishes,and started laundry, fed the lizard. I came back 53 minutes later to,again, Whitney,snorting something and poor bobby sipping only 3.2 beers...unloved,unnoticed and misunderstood. His own talent denied.
should have titled this...2 hours of Whitney snorting,Bobby drinking and loving unconditionally. All this time,i thought he was sweaty,erratic and grinding his teeth for other reasons. I stand corrected.
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