Posts Tagged: Saturday Matinees

John C. Reilly

Saturday Matinee: ‘Step Brothers’

By J. Tinsley | 24 Comments

We're headed to the Catalina Wine Mixer!

EVERYTHING ELSE

Saturday Matinee: ‘Rebound – The Legend Of Earl ‘The Goat’ Manigault’

By J. Tinsley | 4 Comments

From the mean streets of Harlem came the greatest basketball player the world has never known.

Bernie Mac

Saturday Matinee: ‘The Players Club’

By J. Tinsley | 18 Comments

"Make the money, don't let it make you."

B.I.

Saturday Matinee: T.I.’s ‘Beyond The Trail’ Documentary

By J. Tinsley | 4 Comments

The life of The King narrated by one of the closest people to him.

Death Row Records

Saturday Matinee – ‘Welcome 2 Death Row’

By J. Tinsley | 15 Comments

The full story of a record label that struck fear in an entire industry.

Boxing

Saturday Matinee – ‘When We Were Kings’

By J. Tinsley | 5 Comments

Outside of 'When We Were Kings,' the only better look at Ali and Foreman's "Rumble In The Jungle" was actually being alive for it.

MUSIC

Saturday Matinee: ‘I Am Trying to Break Your Heart: A Film About Wilco’

By Ryan J. | 2 Comments

Covering the band's path to Yankee Hotel Foxtrot as well as my own.

CTE

Saturday Matinee: ‘League Of Denial’

By Samir S. | 4 Comments

In the past few years especially, concussions – head injuries in general – have cast a dark shadow on certain corners of the sporting world.

Bugs Bunny

Saturday Matinee: ‘Space Jam’

By AJ | 24 Comments

You see, what the media wants you to believe about Michael Jordan's first retirement from basketball isn't exactly correct.

Denzel Washington

Saturday Matinee – Spike Lee’s ‘He Got Game’

By J. Tinsley | 11 Comments

During the past 15 years, not many roles have ascended into the ranks of immortality quite like "Jesus Shuttlesworth.

Hughes Brothers

Saturday Matinee – ‘Menace II Society’

By J. Tinsley | 20 Comments

Depending who's asked, Menace II Society is the greatest hood flick ever created.

Albert Hughes

Saturday Matinee – ‘Dead Presidents’

By Beware | 20 Comments

If you were of age back in 1995, you'll remember Dead Presidents was marketed like a street-oriented gangster movie, to capitalize on thuggin' trends across the entertainment industry.





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