I got this a week or so ago and each time I have watched I have been utterly enthralled.
I watched with my Dad and he was a bit aprehensive and thought it would be too heavy going but after 10 mintes he was amazed by how eloquent Tyson was and began to question the media portrayal of him. Now this may be going to far and remember it is Tysons story so is all from his perspective but despite my Dad not having a massive knowledge of the man he had a lot of preconceptions blown away.
Tyson is indeed utterly entharalling to listen to when I watched with A friend he was amazed at the emotion Tyson shows when he is choked up reminising about his old trainer and mentor Cus D'Amato.
At it's heart the subject matter is quite sad but I found certain bits laugh out loud funny. His description of Don King for example.
Overall though Tysons 'gift of the gab', honesty and philosphical musings make this film/documentary an absolute must for anyone interested in a top quality film or with an interest in the man and the sport