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James Earl Jones,
Get Ur Freak On
Performed by Missy Elliott (as Missy Elliott)
Written by Missy Elliott (as Missy Elliott), Timbaland
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
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What a stroke of luck to undertake a basketball documentary about a grade school team that includes the undiscovered future NBA star LeBron James!
Using film and game video footage interspersed with computer effect enhanced photographs, excellent editing and well-mixed music we get a compelling revealed story about four boys turning into men under increasingly intense public scrutiny.
I particularly liked the way the director "animated' photographs by extracting layers and changing the focus. This was probably a necessary technique to extend limited early footage, but it brought in a dimension that many documentaries are lacking
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