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Plot: The remarkable coming-of-age story of Stephen Curry—one of the most influential, dynamic, and unexpected players in basketball history—and his rise from an undersized college player to a four-time NBA champion.
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Super interesting take on Steph and a great story to share with kids. Steph and the team did an amazing job of boiling down everything he’s done into a tight narrative. I’d frame it as more of the children’s book than the novel of the things he’s done. It shows Steph as a person who plays basketball as opposed to a generational talent, and really seems to target core values he cares about and highlight the process and people that have made his career so incredible.
Some cool editing, new angles of the Davidson tourney run, and has a clear vision of what it’s trying to do. For basketball fans you’re not getting the Survive & Advance version of the tourney run or The Last Dance version of Steph as a competitor, but you do get glimpses in addition to Steph as a kid, a son, a student, a husband, a dad, and a teammate. It’s also interesting because it’s kind of a modern day throw back to the Come Fly With Me type of NBA superstar docs with a little more focus on showcasing the man rather than the athlete.
Just not that good
I love Steph curry as much as the next fan, and his story really is amazing, but this just felt like a lot was missing. I can’t explain exactly what it was but it just wasn’t up to par with similar sports bios. Maybe they needed to do like a three part series and have it be more extensive, 30 for 30 style (for example the great bill walton doc).
It also just felt weird stylistically. Like a lot of shooting of random daily tasks that were entirely uninteresting. They brought in Reggie Miller st the literal very beginning like he was going to be have a big role, and then you didn’t see him once the rest of the time. Also a lot of interviews from mostly people from the Davidson days, which, fine but then just make it a doc about his Davidson days and not try to tie in the quest for his fourth ring which was an equally interesting story that deserves its own episode.
Like they really should have done an episode on his past, his upbringing, interviews from all his family, high school days with the high school coach and then transition to the Davidson saga with all those characters and that drama, and then a third episode about his pro days. You could’ve stuck to the underrated theme the whole time and it would’ve felt so much more complete and worthy.
Original Language en
Genre Documentary, Sport
Director Peter Nicks
Actors Stephen Curry, Bob McKillop, Jason Richards
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
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