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Roger Ebert says that his cancer has returned, so it's time to slow down and take a "leave of presence." "The immediate reason for my 'leave of presence' is my health," he writes on his Chicago Sun-Times blog.  "The painful fracture that made it… Read more

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American Ninja 5 - Official Trailer
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No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson
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30 for 30No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson(Season 1, Episode 10) ESPN2

"No Crossover" chronicles the 1993 bowling-alley incident in Hampton, Va., that landed local high-school basketball star Allen Iverson in jail and divided the community along racial lines. Directed by Steve James ("Hoop Dreams"), a Hampton native.

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Fri Dec 1 9:05am
Hoop Dreams FLIXe

Inspirational documentary that follows two high-school basketball players over four years as they set their sights on college scholarships and a chance to play in the NBA.

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30 for 30No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson(Season 1, Episode 10) ESPNCLS

"No Crossover" chronicles the 1993 bowling-alley incident in Hampton, Va., that landed local high-school basketball star Allen Iverson in jail and divided the community along racial lines. Directed by Steve James ("Hoop Dreams"), a Hampton native.

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Tuesday On TV: Cougar Town Returns! Plus: Southland, Justified

Now here's about the nicest Valentine's Day present anyone could hope for: the long-awaited return o…

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