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Lights Camera Action!
Performed by Mr. Cheeks
Written by Leonard Caston, Bink (as Roosevelt Harrell), Mr. Cheeks (as Terrance Kelly), Anita Poree, Frank Wilson
Courtesy of Universal Records
Contains a sample of "Keep on Truckin' (Part 1)"
Performed by Eddie Kendricks
Courtesy of Motown Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
To be honest, one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. A truly feel good movie. I'd heard about Lebron James, but never really knew much about him. Then my son and me watched the movie. To say it was inspiring (especially for the little guy) would be a gross understatement. The best part of the movie was finding out that Lebron became who he is today, because of a small group of people that became his extended family. As a parent, and a fellow human being, its hard not to have tears well up at the end of this one, because we all want to be loved. They all found that love - in each other. The side effect was an amazing basketball story.
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