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Everybody loves a good documentary. But not everybody loves sport. However, a really good sport documentary will bridge this gap perfectly and before you know it you’ll feel like the biggest fan of [insert sport] there is and that you want to know every tiny detail of it. One of those is Best (George Best – All By Himself), which you can see on 24th of February, and to celebrate we’ve taken a look at some of the best sporting documentaries there are on offer that anyone and everyone can enjoy, from Formula 1, to professional bodybuilding. And truly, you don’t even need to be a sports fan to enjoy any of these gripping documentaries…
Before the heartbreaking Amy, Asif Kapadia applied his immense documentary making skills to the story of Formula 1 ace, and three time world champion Ayrton Senna, widely considered one of the greatest drivers the sport ever had. »
- Amie Cranswick
… At least on Thursday’s episode of Con-Man.
Et has an exclusive sneak peek of the duo’s theater skills, as they perform Ferrigno’s fictional musical, ‘Of Mice and Men: I’m With Stupid.’
“It is a hoedown -- and not in that tragic way where cops are all like, “Shots fired, hoe down.” It's a song and dance from the pretend musical of, “Of Mice and Men: I'm With Stupid,” Tudyk tells Et.
Last week, Tudyk’s character, Wray Neerly, became trapped in a boiler room at a convention (called 'The Long Con') with none other than Lou Ferrigno. This week, as more and more convention-goers become trapped behind the self-locking door, Ferrigno finally has enough cast members to debut his play – and thus the show begins!
Ferrigno plays himself in the episode, and as Tudyk puts it, “No one was »
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