Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|NFL Americas Game Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XXXV|
Actors: Alec Baldwin, Brian Billick, Trent Dilfer, Ray Lewis
The debate over the NFL's greatest defense has raged for some time. Fans in Dallas are squarely behind the Doomsday Defense. Minnesota had the "Purple People Eaters", while Chicago had the "46". Still, in 2000, the Baltimo... more »
Good, but too little
K. M. Duckworth | 07/21/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Pros: the production quality is very good. It has some of the usual super close ups and super slow motion that we expect from NFL Films productions. The DVD includes material from the beginning of the season, to the superbowl, and also talks about Ray Lewis's indictment, legal trouble, and its impact on the team. The three people who reappear in interviews are Brian Billick, Ray Lewis, and Trent Dilfer. The extra features are mostly extended interviews with these three.
Cons: it is quite short, 45 minutes, not the advertised 55 minutes, unless you count the extra features. There are only a few minutes, I'd estimate 3 or 4, devoted to the superbowl. There are probably 9 or 10 other games throughout the season that get this much coverage on the DVD, with the rest of the time going to interviews. What I was hoping for was 30 minutes of highlights of the superbowl game itself."