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Netflix vacation is extra “Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey” Provides the dazzle of seasonal dazzle. But it includes a groovy song break that is not like the others.
Forrest Whitaker stars as Jeronicus Jungle. His glorious days seem to follow him as a devotee, now he has become a staunch poet. But one woman, Ms. Johnston, still sees the light in him, and bubbles over her flirtatiousness in a song called “Miles and Miles”.
Ms. Johnson is played by British actress Lisa Davina Phillippe, and she delivers a gospel and R&B-tinged performance that can’t help lift spirits but she takes it to the skies.
Director, David E. Talbert was inspired by the singing of gospel legends such as Tramine Hawkins, and Philip directed to channel that energy. He also includes a trio of well-dressed dancers, who, if you will, accompany Phillips to his pips song.
Describing the sequence, Talbert discusses how he has worked with his choreographer, Ashley Wallen (“The Greatest Showman”), and songwriter Philip Lawrence, from Motown groups such as Temperation, as well as Minneapolis practiced by Prince Feels the voice of.
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