A boring, uninteresting movie that rips-off from a bit of Space Jam and uses the cliched "fame vs keeping it real" theme. You might think that it has some moral to the story for the children watching, but it truly fails to deliver any meaningful message by the time the credits roll. In fact, the storytelling suggests at some points that talent prevails over hard work, which is ironic because that is the opposite of what the movie is attempting to convey. I jokingly refer to this as the "greatest sci-fi movie of all time" and the only reason I claim to like it is because it stars my all-time favorite player in Kevin Durant. Acting-wise, Durant is a decent actor and deserves acknowledgement for acting like his natural self the whole time. If you are a basketball fan looking to watch this for the moves and the game itself, I suggest you skip through parts of the movie because only 20% of the movie is actually playing basketball and only 5% is truly worth watching. Overall, I love seeing KD in any movie regardless of its quality, but I cannot stand watching Thunderstruck without skipping through huge chunks of it.