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Eriq La Salle
James Earl Jones,
We Gonna Make It
Performed by Jadakiss
Written by Samuel Johnson, Jadakiss (as Jason Phillips), Styles P. (as David Styles)
Contains samples from "My Music"
Performed by Samuel Jonathan Johnson
Courtesy of Interscope Records and Columbia Records
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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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