ReviewDecember, 19th 2016
The spring to her career was greatly given by the American Idol show, in which she landed on the 7th place in 2004. The most significant awards she already has include Grammy, Teen Choice Award, Academy Award (given to her as to an actress in a supporting role), British Academy Film award, Screen Actors Guild award, Golden Globe, Satellite award, Los Angeles Film Critics Association award, and New York Film Critics Circle award. This all went to her to the film names ‘Dreamgirls’ in 2006. Despite the fact that ‘Dreamgirls’ was originated as the starring place for Eddie Murphy, Beyonce Knowles, and Jamie Foxx, she performed better than all of them and won numerous awards as the supporting actress. So they must have been ashamed by her. It was her filming debut, after which she started to be engaged closely in filming and on television.
This song wasn’t originally performed by Jennifer Hudson, she only covered it. It originated from 'The Beatles' band in 1979 and it was included in their album named 'Abbey Road'. There are at least thirty only known covers of this song. In the list of names that performed it, are Bee Gees and Phil Collins among the others.
Stop this video at the 6th second and, if you are spoiled enough, just as we are, to see that there is not a sliced in half apple at the face of the music plate; your imagination can drive you crazy by telling you that this is very intimate photo of woman’s legs spread apart. A hole inside of the plate actually almost fits the hole of women's intimate organ that it should be positioned at this place and the entire central composition very-very closely follows the image of what you have been thinking actually (yes, the lower lips). For the first time when we saw this picture, we actually thought how inappropriate this is. And believe it or not, but it took pretty long time to understand that this is actually an apple sliced in half. That spoiled we are.
If to talk about contextual essence of this song, it is somewhat similar with a lullaby. The singer tells his beloved person not to cry, to fall asleep, while he will sing a soothing song for her. This is a perfect thing absolutely in line with the main oeuvre of The Beatles. Reference: Learn more about Jennifer Hudson, her "Golden Slumbers" song and the "Dreamgirls" film
Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight lyrics - Jennifer Hudson
Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight Song Lyrics
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Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory Still Hurting
The Last 5 Years Almost There
Princess and the Frog