Coming off the heels of watching The Last Dance, and basking in the classic Michael moments throughout his career, this was a very different way to revisit my nostalgia for that time. Through Adam's eyes, between his unique footage and in retelling some tales to his kids, it was fascinating to see and hear the details of an incredible opportunity he's now able to share so many years later. The sounds of the crowd on the floor, the classic music playing in the arena, and a bunch of chatter between the players and then from a heckler or two are something most people would never experience but this brings it home.
It's not a traditional documentary by any means, and at times there can be passages where aside from merely enjoying the footage he has it doesn't necessarily have direction, but the structure of relaying the information organically to his kids works well enough. That can also make for some amusing observations and questions that any parent will get a laugh at no doubt.
This is absolutely a unique experience that anyone with a reverence for Michael and the Bulls from that era should get a kick out of and enjoy!