The music score was a HUGE part of the original movie, much because of iconic singers Aretha Franklin and Curtis Mayfield musical contributions to the film. I had a vivid flashback of songwriter/singer Betty Wright bellowing out one liners from her classic hit song, 'Tonight is the Night,' ..."I like the music!!!...and you know the melody is real nice, but I know you're not going to sing that song" were my thoughts as Ejog stood out in her teasingly-leazy portrayal of beautifully lip-syncing Aretha Franklin's 1976 classic 'Giving Him Something He Can Feel'. And we really feel the heart of the singing with Sparks's ending solo performance and of course the late Whitney Houston's vocals. Did we expect anything different? Not from Houston! (Muah)
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