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Is 'Whitney' insensitive to Houston's legacy?

"Whitney," the film that chronicles the life of the late singer Whitney Houston hit theaters in July. The documentary takes a deep dive into the singer's life and career, and her family hopes it will put an end to burning questions fans may have. Some critics argued another film about Houston isn't necessary, and even call the film insensitive or tacky. But moviegoers were excited to see Whitney on the silver screen. But is 'Whitney' actually insensitive to Houston's legacy? 

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Unlike the Houston film produced by Lifetime, Whitney's family got on board with this project. Whitney's sister-in-law sat down with "Good Morning America" to defend the film.

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Some fans expressed confusion as to why we needed another film about the late singer to begin with. 

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