Last Dance Documentary Review


In this blog, we are getting into the second review of a documentary. It is Lasy Dance. This series is about the raise and end of Chicago Bulls in the 1990s. It is ten part series with each part being an hour long. I am not going to do the history of this team because this series does a really good job breaking down this era. I will jump right into the review. Let’s get into it.

Review

I felt this series was way too long. I also felt that it could have been four hours long to cover everything. However, they did a good job of breaking down in parts. I do love how they told the story of the raise of this team and players like Jordan to coach Phil Jackson. There was a point in series that I thought I was watching Steve Kerr documentary. That’s what I mean, it was not just a Phil Jackson or Michael Jordan documentary. I also loved how they went depth on the match ups in playoffs or regular season and Dennis’ vacation in Vegas. They did awesome job on this documentary. I just wished that they would have went in more depth of why Jordan went to baseball. Overall, I recommend watching this doc.

In the end, I will be honest. I was not a Bulls fan ever. I am a Pistons fan because I grew up in the Detroit area at that time. I really enjoyed third and fourth parts. I do resepect what Jordan and those great teams went through. What Pistons did to him, it birth super star calls aka Michael Jordan call. I do not care what team you back. If you are or are not a sports fan, you need to find ten hours of your time to watch this series. I will leave you on this note. It was seconds in the first part you heard Michael Jorden talking about himself in third person. I am not sure what I will be doing next. I am thinking true crime or history. I will put a poll on Twitter soon. Thank you for coming by and I hope you enjoyed this review. Of course, thank you for all the support. Until then, play hard and party on! \m/

Cheers!

DJ Weiser

Email: djweiser16@gmail.com

Twitter: @djweiser

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