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    30 for 30 films

    Are now streaming on Netflix, every single one of them. Looks like I found my source of entertainment until football starts.


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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    Awesome, good find. There are several that I never got around to watching.




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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    Holy ****! You serious? This was an amazing series


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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    VERY awesome...in fact, when some folks were talking on there awhile ago about the deal to by the whole set I about bit. This is great.

    Now, wish there was a cool, rainy day where I could sit all day and watch them.



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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    I want to see one made about the dave bliss/Baylor basketball murder cover up



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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    Looking forward to the future one about Penn State



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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    I've already watched 4, I should probably slow down.



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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    I highly recommend "The Two Escobars."



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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    Is "Unguarded" technically a 30 for 30? That is probably my favorite sports documentary. But I seem to remember it not being part of that series.



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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiAIRBHG View Post
    Is "Unguarded" technically a 30 for 30? That is probably my favorite sports documentary. But I seem to remember it not being part of that series.
    I think it was an "ESPN Film, from the producers of 30 for 30", like most of them were towards the end.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chizit View Post
    I think it was an "ESPN Film, from the producers of 30 for 30", like most of them were towards the end.
    Gotcha. Thanks for the info. I don't know what it is about that one, but I can re watch it everyday.


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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    Though "Catching Hell" and "Unguarded" aren't technically 30 for 30 films, they are streaming on Netflix too.


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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    I thought the "Silly Little Game" was very well done and interesting.



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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    Quote Originally Posted by kucyclone View Post
    I highly recommend "The Two Escobars."

    What he said. Probably one of the best documentaries I have seen.



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    Re: 30 for 30 films

    the Miami one is my favorite




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