Good Documentaries – Nice Packaging I’ve been waiting for the 30 for 30 set on DVD since they started running the documentaries. I’ve only been able to catch bits and pieces of them when aired, but I knew it was only a matter of time before the DVDs hit.
Brilliant My brother got me this for Christmas, and it is fantastic! I am a fairly casual sports fan so I didn’t know what my level of interest in all different documentaries would be (I have never watched hockey or rugby, and I am not wild about basketball), but to my amazement, I was absolutely captivated by all 15 segments. My initial impression was that it would be more geared to the avid sports fan using a lot of dry statistics and specialized knowledge of the games (which couldn’t be more boring to me), but instead it encompasses everything that makes sports so fascinating. It is about the struggle of communities versus corporations (That Band That Wouldn’t Die), goodness versus glamour (King’s Ransom, Run Ricky Run), aging legends (Muhammad and Larry), and microwave dynasties (The U). This is a brilliant dvd collection that isn’t just about sports, but everything that is wonderful (and terrible for that matter) about sports. It is history, it is culture, it is humanity. It is tears of…
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