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ESPN Films presents 30 for 30, a critically acclaimed, unprecedented series featuring thirty films from some of today's finest filmmakers, including Barry Levinson, Peter Berg, Albert Maysles, Steve James, Brett Morgen and Ice Cube. Each film covers sports stories from the last 30 years in a unique way. From Muhammad Ali's poignant last fight with Larry Holmes to the Los Angeles Raiders tie to hip-hop culture and Reggie Miller's status as the Garden's number one villain. The New York Times calls the films entertaining and Time Magazine says it's a thrilling collection. ESPN has nailed it with this gripping series (The Los Angeles Times). Multiple films have received official selections from the Sundance, Toronto, Tribeca and South by Southwest Film Festivals, making this collection of remarkable films a must-have for any film fan. Films include: Kings Ransom, The Band That Wouldn't Die, Small Potatoes: Who Killed The USFL?, Muhammad & Larry, Without Bias, The Legend of Jimmy The Greek, The U, Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks, Guru of Go, No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson, Silly Little Game, Run Ricky Run, The 16th Man, Straight Outta L.A., June 17th, 1994, The Two Escobars, The Birth of Big Air, Jordan Rides the Bus, Little Big Men, One Night in Vegas, Unmatched, The House of Steinbrenner, Into the Wind, Four Days in October, Once Brothers, Tim Richmond: To the Limit, Fernando Nation, Marion Jones: Press Pause, The Best That Never Was and Pony Excess. Deleted Scenes, Extended Interviews, Trailers, Director's Statements.
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From the producers of ESPN Films' Emmy(R)-nominated and critically acclaimed 30 for 30 series comes an exceptional collection of sports stories from some of today's best filmmakers. This five-disc set includes Catching Hell from Oscar(R)-winner Alex Gibney, Herschel, Charismatic, The Fab Five and the acclaimed film Renee from director Eric Drath. Catching Hell: Oscar(R)-winner Alex Gibney brilliantly (USA Today) explores the phenomenon of scapegoating through the lenses of two infamous moments in sports history: Steve Bartman's ill-fated incident and Boston Red Sox first baseman, Bill Buckner's fateful error. Official Selection, 2011 Tribeca Film Festival. Herschel: A three-time All-American and Heisman Trophy winner, Herschel Walker is a college football legend. His journey off the field, though has been filled with struggle and pain. Now a mental health advocate, this is the story of Herschel's healing and redemption. Charismatic: Together, an unlikely colt named Charismatic and his jockey, Chris Antley, became the biggest long shots in 59 years to win the Kentucky Derby, followed by another win at the Preakness. In June 1999, seconds away from becoming the first Triple Crown winner in 21 years, tragedy struck. The Fab Five: One of the most famous - and infamous - teams in college basketball history, Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson arrived at the University of Michigan in the fall of 1991, and electrified the game. Renee: The intriguing story of Renee Richards, who battled to enter the 1977 U.S. Open as the first transgender tennis player. Deleted Scenes, Interviews, Director's Statements, Catching Hell and Herschel are Rated TV-PG, Charismatic is Rated TV-G, The Fab Five is Rated TV-14, Renee is Rated TV-MA. Bartman Features: PTI: When Will Bartman be forgiven?, The Bartman Equation, 1980 Herschel Walker Interview, 1981 Sugar Bowl Condensed Game, Profile of a Reluctant Superstar, Herschel Walker Extended Interview, 1976 Howard Cosell Coverage of Renee Richards, 1978 Howard Cosell Interview with Renee Richards.
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Long before hip hop superstars and thug culture filled our airwaves and shopping malls, the Miami Hurricanes brought street values and hood bravado into America's living room. Recruiting from some of the toughest ghettos in Florida, a football program on the verge of collapse was re-energized with some of the most controversial and brilliant players in college football history. With a newly branded swagger, inspired and fueled by the quickly growing Miami hip hop culture, these Canes took on larger-than-life personalities, winning four national titles between 1983 and 1991. Filmmaker Billy Corben (Cocaine Cowboys) tells the story of how these Bad Boys of football changed the attitude & ultimately the rules of the game, and how this serene campus was transformed into The U . Disc 1: Main Feature; Bonus Features Including: Deleted Scenes, Director Statements and Player & Coach Introductions. Disc 2: 4 Condensed Games - Miami vs. Duke (10/01/1983) - 56-17 - The eventual national champions buried the Duke Blue Devils in this mid-season game; South Carolina vs. Miami (12/05/1987) - 20-16 - Led by WR Michael Irvin and QB Steve Walsh, the Hurricanes defeated South Carolina at home and eventually went on to an undefeated season; Miami vs. Alabama (01/01/1990) (1990 Sugar Bowl) - 33-25 - The Miami Hurricanes clinched the national championship with a 33-25 victory over seventh-ranked Alabama in what was the highest scoring game at the time in the Bowl's history; Miami vs. Florida State (11/16/1991) - 17-16 - Wide Right I. One of the most significant games in the storied Miami - Florida State Rivalry, the game ended in dramatic fashion, with Florida State kicker Gerry Thomas missing a 34-yard potential game winning field goal wide to the right.
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