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The Identity Theft of Mitch Mustain (2013)

TV-PG | | Documentary | 18 May 2013 (USA)
In 2005, Mitch Mustain was the top high school quarterback in America; the first ever consensus Gatorade, Parade, and USA Today Player of the Year. He began his college career with eight consecutive victories. Then, momentum stopped.

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Matthew Wolfe

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Matthew Wolfe
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Mitch Mustain Mitch Mustain ... Himself
Nolan Richardson Nolan Richardson ... Narrator
Joe Schad Joe Schad ... Himself
Bo Mattingly Bo Mattingly ... Himself
Clint Stoerner Clint Stoerner ... Himself
Mike Irwin Mike Irwin ... Himself
Ben Cleveland Ben Cleveland ... Himself
Kurt Voigt Kurt Voigt ... Himself
Matt Mustain Matt Mustain ... Himself
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In 2005, Mitch Mustain was the top high school quarterback in America; the first ever consensus Gatorade, Parade, and USA Today Player of the Year. He began his college career with eight consecutive victories. Then, momentum stopped.

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Amateur Editing
21 April 2018 | by uwobacon-720-694294See all my reviews

This is a low budget sports documentary that features great interviews, good camera work, and an interesting story. The problem is the editing is atrocious. It looks and feels like someone was learning how to use iMovie while they were trying to make a documentary. Sometimes text half fades out before being cut out completely. Sometimes name cards pop in awkwardly line by line with some of the text having a drop shadow and other parts not. They use a stock text animation constantly that makes it really difficult to read the actual text because you're trying to read this moving text that's going in two different directions, but then aren't given enough time to do so. They present football scores this way and it's so annoying to try and read a sports score that isn't lined up correctly.

It's also completely over produced and edited at such a fast pace that the audience never has a chance to feel the ups and downs of the story. It's all the same note and the editor tries to fix this with horrible music choices that don't even fade in or out properly half the time.

There is an overabundance of transitions used and to make things worse they're used improperly. It's a clear sign of someone who has no idea what they're doing and are trying to cover it up by attempting to do too much.


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