Paparazzi photographer Mickey Dane is obsessed with elusive pop singer Chelsea, and his attempts to capture her on film often land him in trouble. He jumps at the chance to photograph a ... See full summary »
The film details the life of a tough, impoverished kid who rose through the ranks of Chicago's underworld to become a top member-many say the real godfather-of the most ruthless gangland ... See full summary »
Robert M. Lombardo
A man visits Alcatraz prison after having dreams about all the people who died there. When he gets there, his brother is possessed by an envil cannibal demon. The ghost of a female heavy ... See full summary »
On October 1, 1975, World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Muhammad Ali was in the ring with his arch rival Joe Frazier for the third time. This fight in the Philippines, which has been ... See full summary »
I watch this DVD at least once a year. The fight clips are great. It is so moving to see the great champions having dinner together. Especially at the very end when Ali & Frazier embrace. During the dinner you get a sense of some lingering animosity from Joe Frazier towards Ali, and Ken Norton at Larry Holmes. But the great champs put aside most of their ill feelings out of respect for each other, and their individual accomplishments. Big George Foreman was about two years into his comeback while this was being filmed, and it shows. Reggie Jackson does such an awesome job as the mediator. If you are even just a casual boxing/sports fan do not miss this amazing documentary.
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