Michael Jordan to the Max

Michael Jordan to the Max

This documentary showcases basketball player Michael Jordan's awe-inspiring moves, providing behind-the-scenes and on-the-court action, including footage of Jordan and the Chicago Bulls going head-to-head against the Utah Jazz in the 1997 NBA Finals. Phil Jackson and Bob Costas are interviewed (among others), and the awesome soundtrack includes songs by Earth, Wind and Fire, Fatboy Slim and Freddie King.

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Michael Jordan to the Max torrent reviews

William L (it) wrote: Vulgar, lowbrow, and hilarious.

Vincent N (us) wrote: Good, not great - exceptionally creepy at times. The story is excellent. The end of the world is very suttle in the background. Reminds me of the end of In the Mouth of Madness. While the location filming was excellent, the cast needed work - a lot of work and with a better set of actors and this could have been a gold star. I hope the guys who made this made their money back.

Rosangela S (de) wrote: love this movie 100%

Shamika J (es) wrote: anotha one of my favorite

Jonah W (fr) wrote: Kind of a chick flick, but entertaining.

bill b (de) wrote: not his best film but still is Aki Kaurismki!!!

Augustine H (de) wrote: It's sad to know we cannot have more great performances from Pascale Ogier. How can you not love his charm? It will be too cruel to turn her away.

Jose Luis M (br) wrote: Robert Wise un director vers til dirige magistralmente este drama con una Susan Hayward en uno de sus mejores papeles de condenada a muerte. Destaca una excelente banda sonora.

Laura A (ag) wrote: Rotation is one of those rare gems that you stumble upon. Released only four short years after the end of World War II, it is like a sneak peek into Hitler's regime through the eyes of a German family struggling against what is right and wrong. It has a beautiful message, but is just not as powerful as some other World War II films out there.

Al H (gb) wrote: Excellent film with a great cast

Stanley C (br) wrote: The movie's character development of Soo Yung, the film's damsel-in-distress and main point of conflict, is entirely flat and monotonic which makes it acidic towards the script quality of a movie relying on such a character to build up plot. However, Lee and Carter are dynamic in going from enemies to desperate partners getting outmanned by several evil kung-fu or gun masters, making Rush Hour decent to watch even if martial arts isn't a perfect topic for a law enforcement-oriented movie nor is an additional subplot for explosives and bombs just for kicks.

Danny B (kr) wrote: If you want to experience Australian landscape and enjoy unmistakably Australian acting this film will not dissapointed.

Mikela D (jp) wrote: I love this movie & I love Selena !! This story is so entertaining & I just love it !!