Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL? - Mike Tollin
Muhammad and Larry - Albert Maysles
Without Bias - Kirk Fraser
The Legend of Jimmy The Greek - Fritz Mitchell
The U - Billy Corben
Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks - Dan Klores
Guru of Go - Bill Couturie
No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson - Steve James
Silly Little Game - Adam Kurland and Lucas Jansen
Run Ricky Run - Sean Pamphilon and Royce Toni
The 16th Man - Clifford Bestall, Morgan Freeman and Lori McCreary
Straight Outta L.A. - Ice Cube
June 17th, 1994 - Brett Morgen
The Two Escobars - Jeff Zimbalist and Michael Zimbalist
The Birth of Big Air - Jeff Tremaine, Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze
Jordan Rides the Bus - Ron Shelton
Little Big Men - Al Szymanski
One Night in Vegas - Reggie Rock Blythewood
Unmatched - Lisa Lax, Nancy Stern Winters and Hannah Storm
The House of Steinbrenner - Barbara Kopple
Into the Wind - Steve Nash and Ezra Holland
Four Days in October - Major League Baseball Productions
Once Brothers - NBA Entertainment
Tim Richmond: To the Limit - Rory Karpf
Fernando Nation - Cruz Angeles
Marion Jones: Press Pause - John Singleton
The Best That Never Was - Jonathan Hock
Pony Excess - Thaddeus Matula
"ESPN 30 for 30" Review
An unprecedented 30 documentary series from ESPN documenting the sports landscape from 1979-2009, ESPN's 30 on 30 is now available in a stunning Blu-Ray collection that includes all 30 films from some of today's finest filmmakers and storytellers.
As a longtime Indiana Pacer fan, there's no question that Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks is my favorite film of the bunch, though if I'm being honest I've spent hours upon hours watching this collection already and with only minor exceptions there isn't a weak film in the bunch.
The collection includes over 5 hours of bonus features.
30 films. 5 hours of bonus features.
30 on 30 played at Toronto International Film Festival, Sundance, Tribeca, Los Angeles Film Festival and even Cannes Film Festival while also picking up an Emmy Award nomination for ESPN.
Have I mentioned that this decidedly non-sports oriented writer absolutely loved this series of films?
It would be, quite literally, impossible to review all 30 films from the 30 on 30 series. So, quite simply, stop reading and start watching. You'll have a blast.