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๐ŸŽ™️ EPISODE 364: 08.26.21 *Review starts @ ~ 13:26

The first entry in what is essentially Netflix's answer to ESPN's 30 for 30 series is a good one. Ironically, coming out on the heels of Bill Simmons's new rock doc venture at HBO, which kicked off with the depressing – but conversation-grabbing (!) – Woodstock 99 movie, Malice at the Palace never gets bogged down by obnoxious corporate talking heads, instead allowing the players – chiefly Jermaine O'Neal, Stephen Jackson, Metta World Peace (Ron Artest) and Reggie Miller – tell the story. I had forgotten how quick the media, as well as the League itself, were in vilifying them as crazed thugs; it's wild to see such luminaries as Bob Costas go on racist rants on national TV just 17 years ago, especially since – like the bands at Woodstock '99 – they did NOTHING WRONG. This is the only correct take, and this film doesn't toe the line in that regard.

✏️ POSTED: 08.26.21

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