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Above and Beyond (53:40)
The set starts off with Above and Beyond, a documentary that, though highlight clips and interviews, covers Jordan's career between 1993 and 1995, arguably the most tumultuous years of his life. Coming off three straight wins at the NBA finals, Jordan unexpectedly announced his retirement in October of '93, a decision informed by his weariness of celebrity and the recent death of his father, who was murdered by two teenagers earlier in the year. Even more surprising, Jordan then blew everyone's minds by embarking on a brief career in minor league baseball. Of course, this was all just a diversion. In March of '95, Jordan sent out his famed two-word comeback notice: "I'm back." More than just a collection of clips, the film explores the psychological side of the sport, where motivation is just as important as raw talent.
His Airness (54:35)
Produced in 1999, after Jordan's second梑ut not final梤etirement from pro ball, His Airness is a retrospective and tribute that takes us from his childhood shooting hoops with his brother through to his claim that he was "99.9% certain" he would never play another NBA game. In between, we're rushed through the highs and rare lows of his long梑ut not quite over梒areer. The narrator here is a bit too bland and corporate-sounding, but this is a solid overview.
More focused in scope and less dependent on repetitive clips of Jordan dunking, Air Time, which was made in '93, looks back on the 1991- 1992 championship seasons, the journey of the "Dream Team" to the Barcelona Olympics, and several of the personal and professional controversies surrounding Jordan, including accusations of gambling on golf, an unkind portrayal in the unauthorized biography The Jordan Rules, and Jordan's reaction to getting kicked out of his first game. In general, the focus here is more on the man himself rather than his on-the-court performance. Look out for a brief appearance by Michael Jackson!
Come Fly With Me (39:37)
"Hi, my name is Michael Jordan, I want you take a trip with me and discover a secret I've known for many years...that man was truly destined to fly." Well, at least one man. Here, we get the high-flying highlights of the early part of Jordan's career, from rare footage of his college days at North Carolina梩here are also interviews with former coaches and teammates梩o his meteoric rise to NBA superstardom. This is Jordan before his championships梑asketball potential on the verge of being fulfilled. It all culminates in a fast-paced montage of above-the-rim moments.
Michael Jordan's Playground (42:53)
Amongst all the usual dunk clips and interviews with admiring league-mates, Playground mixes in a kind of cheesy inspirational story about a young baller who gets cut from his high school basketball team, only to meet Michael Jordan out on a neighborhood court. Jordan, of course, proceeds to give the kid a lesson in perseverance. MJ proves he's no real actor梐lthough, admittedly, he improved somewhat with Space Jam梑ut if you can slog through the unnecessary attempt at a story, you'll be treated to some great board-slamming action. Stick around until the end for a nostalgia-for-the-early-1990s-inducing music video with Kid n' Play and Bow Legged Lou.
The Making of Michael Jordan's Playground (24:00)
Go behind the scenes of Playground to see how it was shot.
Michael's Introduction to the Basketball Hall of Fame (30:25)
Here we see Jordan's emotional induction speech, in which he recounts old anecdotes and thanks everyone who helped him along the way.
Michael's Memories & Dunk Contest Highlights (10:01)
Some of Jordan's main competitors offer up their memories of what it was like to play against such an unstoppable offensive force. This segues into a boom-shaka-laka sequence of head-above-the-rim dunks.
Jill Scott Tribute (5:51)
R&B singer-songwriter Jill Scott sends up a musical tribute to Jordan, accompanied by a procession of highlight clips.
It's Gotta Be the Shoes (6:37)
Remember these commercials, with Spike Lee playing "Mars Blackmon," a pint-sized salesman shilling Nike Air Jordans?
Michael's Great 8 (40:07)
Here, a narrator guides us through eight of Jordan's best games梖ive of which will be included on the following discs梘iving context and parsing out the significance of individual plays. This is basically a summary of the entire Ultimate Jordan collection.
MJ's Best Dunks, Moves, Clutch Plays, and Assists (15:52)
Even more spectacular plays from the frequently airborne Mr. Jordan.
1986 Chicago vs. Boston Game 2 (2:20:53)
Chicago somehow lost this one�135 to 131梑ut Jordan delivered the goods with 63 points, an NBA playoff record. After the game, Larry Bird described MJ as "God disguised as Michael Jordan."
1990 Chicago vs. Cleveland (2:09:13)
In a career high, MJ rains down 69 points against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
1993 NBA Finals Game 4: Chicago vs. Phoenix (1:56:42)
Jordan dominates, scoring 55 of the Bull's total 111 points.
1997 NBA Finals Game 5: Chicago vs. Utah (1:45:21)
Otherwise known as "The Flu Game." On the morning of Game 5, Jordan woke up with a stomach virus梠r possible food poisoning梐nd despite a sluggish first quarter, went on to lead the Bulls to victory, netting 38 points while on the brink of fainting. In a post-game interview, teammate Scotty Pippen said, "He's the greatest, and everyone saw why tonight."
1998 NBA Finals Game 6: Chicago vs. Utah (2:09:18)
After this game, the Bull's dynasty crumbled: Pippen and Rodman were traded, coach Phil Jackson left, and Jordan soon announced his second retirement. They went out on a hell of a high note, though, with Jordan chalking up 45 points and scoring a game-winning jump shot with five seconds left on the clock.