What's the difference between documentary and hagiography? Directors James Stern and Don Kempf don't seem to have given the matter much thought; their IMAX "documentary" portrait of NBA great Michael Jordan has got to be a candidate for the title of
biggest, wettest kiss of a picture ever made. This is in no way meant to disparage Jordan himself, a world-class basketball player with an admirable work ethic and, remarkably enough in this day of trash-talking and shameless diva behavior among professional athletes, a man who takes his position
as role model to the young very seriously. The film, narrated by Laurence Fishburne, focuses on Jordan's last season with the...