This second version was filmed in a prison with cell mates; in the video Jackson is seen handcuffed. It also contains real footage of police attacking African Americans, the military ... See full summary »
In a 2015 interview, Wesley Snipes claimed that Michael Jackson was unnerved by the raucous fans around the shooting location. According to Snipes, he became Jackson's "de facto bodyguard" for the duration of the shoot. See more »
You ain't bad, you ain't nothing. You ain't nothing!
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A short version of the music video takes about 4 minutes. See more »
It may be called "Bad" But neither the song or video are actually bad by any stretch of the imagination. While the video is maybe a bit long, and the opening is slightly nonsensical, it soon becomes an intriguing, well directed masterpiece. Michael Jackson is a surprisingly talented actor, and keeps the time before the music starts interesting.
Then, there's the song itself. The dance is incredibly well choreographed, and all the dancers are very talented. The song itself is catchy, upbeat and fun. The only thing holding this video back is the intro, which is maybe a tad bit boring. But that's easily fixed if you just watch the shortened version.
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