Giannis: The Marvelous Journey


Action / Documentary / Sport

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 97%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 97%
IMDb Rating 8.4/10 10 1150 1.2K


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Kenny Smith as Self
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1001.57 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 48 min
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2.01 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 48 min
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4.85 GB
English 5.1
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1 hr 48 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paulus53 8 / 10

pronounciation name

In Greek there is no character for the letter B and D.

They are written as NT and MP.

So the name is Adetokoumbo.

The Greek delta is pronoumced as Engish TH.

The Greek beta is pronounced as V/W.

It seems that the commentaters have a lot of trouble pronouncing the name in the right way.

So for instance the English word bar is written as mpar (of course with Greek letters from their alphabet.

This a story about people emigrating to Europe out of Afrika. Most people would not prefer Geece and would prefer to go to the Netherlands with all their people coming from all over the world and not so much discimination.

Reviewed by xrwfkdspz 9 / 10


Such a real documentary! Giannis is a role model of a person who will inspire and influence many generations to come. I'm glad that Amazon created this masterpiece. The best documentary I've ever watched related to sports or a person in general. It is filled with fantastic messages about family bonds, integrity of character, loyalty and love. I believe that whoever watches this documentary won't be able to resist from feeling all the emotions that Giannis had been experiencing in various moments of his life, illustrated in the it. It's so emotional and inspiring for everyone to watch, regardless of wether they like basketball or not. It will give you a better perspective in life and help you be grateful for every little thing you have with you might be taking for granted! Absolutely amazing! ???

Reviewed by zeusubani 10 / 10

What An Inspiration!!!

This is a must-watch for any person that believes in hard work, family values and perseverance. These lie at the core of the man Giannis we all know today. The documentary is a masterpiece. Outside sporting rivalries, it's hard not to love him and see how much of humanity he exudes.

The theme around family survival and how it impacts his disposition and his performance was a masterstroke. Maybe this will affect people's thought process per viewing the immigrant next door as more than just leeches and grifters, but folks who, aside from just trying to survive, nurse noble aspirations too.

The next documentary on him should be done after he retires. This crowns the earlier efforts to capture the story of the Greek Freak.

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