I didn't see the IMAX version and I would agree with one of the previous reviews that mentioned this DVD is probably best left for large (5') screens. On a smaller screen, it is annoying to watch the picture-in-picture interviews and isn't any more impressive than a regular NBA Film production. It was disappointed that the film covered everything you already knew about Jordan. (ie father's murder, being cut from the high school varsity squad, etc.) The behind-the-scenes footage isn't impressive, most of the film is dedicated to oncourt "ESPN highlights" and Jordan talking about his background. Contains more extras than most sports documentary/films including a director's commentary. Through all the negatives, it still leaves a warm spot in your chest because you can't help but admire the best basketball player of all time. Important Note - I could not get the extra features menu to work on a PC DVD!
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