A 1994 feel-good film.
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This sh*t here, aggin? This sh*t here?
A 1996 film with two very important lessons.
The life and times of "Sweetness."
From the mean streets of Harlem came the greatest basketball player the world has never known.
The life of The King narrated by one of the closest people to him.
The full story of a record label that struck fear in an entire industry.
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.
Covering the band's path to <em>Yankee Hotel Foxtrot</em> as well as my own.
In the past few years especially, concussions – head injuries in general – have cast a dark shadow on certain corners of the sporting world.
You see, what the media wants you to believe about <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/michael-jordan">Michael Jordan's</a> first retirement from basketball isn't exactly correct.
During the past 15 years, not many roles have ascended into the ranks of immortality quite like "Jesus Shuttlesworth.
Depending who's asked, Menace II Society is the greatest hood flick ever created.
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.
There's the Declaration Of Independence, MLK's "I Have A Dream Speech," the Berlin Wall falling and a few notches down the "groundbreaking moments in history" list lies Coming To America.
Here are two things which may or may not be widely known in regards to the 1992 film, South Central.