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As a young artist, Michael Jackson knew he wanted to be legendary.Jackson's drive to succeed and his striking talent as a singer, dancer and songwriter are the focus of Spike Lee's new documentary, "Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to 'Off the Wall,'" which made its world premiere Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival.Beginning with the Jackson 5's earliest songs with Motown Records – featuring the charismatic 9-year-old on lead vocals – the film explores Jackson's growth as an artist and the perfectionist nature that fueled his work ethic.Sammy Davis Jr., Gene Kelly, Berry Gordy, Quincy Jones and Questlove, along with contemporary music producers Mark Ronson and Rodney Jerkins, are among dozens of voices in the film.Lee goes beyond music, however.
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