Amazing: The Official 2010-11 BYU Basketball Documentary

Amazing: The Official 2010-11 BYU Basketball Documentary

Relive the greatest season in the history of BYU Basketball! Watch Coach Dave Rose and his team, led by NCAA player of the year Jimmer Fredette, march to a record 32 wins and their first Sweet 16 appearance in 30 years! With exclusive interviews from the team, the coaches, legendary ESPN analyst Dick Vitale, NFL Hall of Famer Steve Young, Boston Celtics General Manager Danny Ainge, along with coverage from ESPN and the 2011 NCAA Tournament, this feature length documentary puts you court-side in

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3 Responses to Amazing: The Official 2010-11 BYU Basketball Documentary

  1. Jon says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A full length documentary, not just a highlight DVD, December 14, 2011
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    Jon

    Where can I start? This was the greatest season of BYU Basketball that I have ever witnessed. I wasn’t around in the Ainge years, but this season was fantastic. This documentary goes fairly deep into the season. There are interviews with the entire team, the coaches, Steve Young, Dick Vitale and a short one with Danny Ainge interspersed throughout.

    I was really pleasantly surprised about how well it’s done. Full feature length, well lit, well shot, and there’s a whole bunch of footage that I don’t remember seeing on TV. This really is a very comprehensive film covering everything from local press to ESPN & NCAA footage on a national level. They have the President talking about Jimmmer for goodness sakes.

    There are some pretty good special features too. There are extended interviews with Coach Rose, Jimmer and Dick Vitale. Coach Rose and Jimmer’s are about 20 min each, and Dick Vitale’s is shorter, like 8-10 min. Trailers, a fan made music video and a funny section of player profiles in which the players describe each of their teammates.

    Overall, a great product and probably the ultimate way to re-live to live the most EPIC season of BYU Basketball ever. EVER.

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  2. BoomerHooper says:
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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    Boom, December 15, 2011
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    I got a real close look at this last season and was fortunate to be there in person for much of it. I also had a chance to meet the guys; Jimmer, Jax, Logan and the boys and can say they are better people than basketball players. Watching this production brings back some great memories. I like hearing it from the guys point of view as well. Also, to see guys like Dick Vitale and Danny Ainge in it was pretty cool to see.

    This one will be played over and over again for years in my library of videos.

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  3. Jarom Jordan says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    “Amazing” is Amazing, December 15, 2011
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    After watching the Blu Ray of “Amazing: The Official 2010-11 BYU Basketball Documentary” I can honestly say I re-lived the season through the movie. It takes the viewer on a journey through the inner circle of the team, storylines, player personalities, and stories through exclusive, in depth interviews with artistic touch and impressive style.

    I know Jon Howe does great work and this might be his best ever. I loved the video. It was the season of Jimmer Fredette but also of a great team whose individual roles and stories are told in the movie.

    The quality of the video is great, the content made me scream for joy and cry with sadness. I loved it. For fans of Jimmer or BYU Basketball, this is a must see.

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