I had tickets to go see this live, next Februaury, and I must admit, I was quite sceptical about going to see it on film. I honestly didnt think it would come across right, or the way that Michael had intended it too. Oh, how wrong I was. If this show had ever actually taken place, it would have been the most spectacular, visual spectacle the world had ever seen. The atmosphere comes across in this film, which is hard to achieve, you see how dedicated Michael was to making this the biggest and the best show he had ever done, for the fans. He seemed the happiest and the fittest he had ever been, his face lit up during every rehersal, and he was adamant that the show would be spot-on, how it should be. I personally, was left with a feeling of deep gratitude to this amazing man, for leaving the world with a legacy of music and dance, that will live for generation upon generation. But it also left me with a great feeling of loss, that this wonderful, talented human being, never got to complete his lifes work, never achieved all he wanted, and the amount of hard work he put into "This Is It", you cant help thinking he was robbed........and so, indeed, were we. We love you michael.xx.xx.