Remember Eli Porter? You probably wouldn't by name. But he's the kid who went viral in the "Iron Mic" freestyle competition with the famous "I'm the best man. I did it." line. And for some reason filmmakers Trent Babbington and Walker Warren decided to make a documentary about that moment—and I'm glad they did.

"People's Champion: Behind the Battle" tells not just Eli's story, but the story of an entire scene of high school kids in Chamblee, Georgia in 2003. It shouldn't work—it was just a silly little rap battle shot by a film class—but the film takes the moment apart, exploring every moment of a four-and-a-half video to show everyone from the teachers, the students behind the camera, and the kids freestyling as the normal, good-natured people they are.

"I'm the Best Man. I Did It." Viral Freestyler Eli Porter Gets His Own Documentary, "People's Champion"

People's Champion: Behind the Battle [Vimeo | Facebook]