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Return of the Moonwalker (2013)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 2013 (Germany)
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Count Cagliostro, a time-traveling sorcerer masquerading as the emcee of a "punk circus" in Berlin, raises Michael Jackson from the dead to start a global revolution.

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Nick Andrews ... T-Bag
Nouk Baudrot ... Nico
Claudine Biswas-MacKenzie ... Sarafina (as Claudine Biswas)
Peter Brownbill ... Gog
Kamil Buzgan ... Turkish Gangsta
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Mike Maria ... Cagliostro
Ana Isabel Mena ... Raquel
Uwe Meyer ... Magog
Sunny Myller ... Monique
Louis DeVaughn Nelson ... Obama (as DeVaughn Nelson)
Michael Rider ... Michael Jackson
Chris Romero ... LA Reporter
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Count Cagliostro, a time-traveling sorcerer masquerading as the emcee of a "punk circus" in Berlin, raises Michael Jackson from the dead to start a global revolution.

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€900,000 (estimated)
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Wow, what did I just see?
11 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

What an incredible off-the-wall mind f*ck this flick is! Love or hate Michael Jackson, you will see the "Moonwalker" in a whole different light. Fellini on acid meets Berlin bizarre. Needs to become a mid-night movie cult flick. If the Jackson doesn't sue for defamation, that is. I hope no dwarfs were harmed in the making of. Some of the humor is bit too dark for my taste, though. Though I couldn't help grinning through the marijuana haze. The saturated color scheme is definitely mushroom-inspired. And what about all the occult references? Illuminati, Freemasons, Lance of Jerusalem, Gog and Magog, Armageddon, Shai-Tan, magic circles? Maybe this film and those who made it need an exorcism.


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