It has been said that Kirk Douglas is all that remains of Hollywood's so-called Golden Age. Having outlived the greats among which he's often ranked -- like Humphrey Bogart and Clark Gable -- it's a hard point to argue against.
ESPN likes to schedule "30 for 30" documentaries tied to college football history using the Heisman Trophy presentation as a blocking back, and it has found a worthy topic in "Catholics vs. Convicts." Inspired by the epic 1988 showdown between Notre Dame and Miami, the special profiles not just one great game but lingering attitudes around college athletics.
At time of discord in U.S., 'Loving', the true story of an interracial couple's determination, with their lawyers, to overturn institutionalized racism, reminds us of the kind of people we aspire to be in America
"Rocky," a small-budget film made for just a little more than $1 million, premiered on November 21, 1976, and went on to become the year's biggest box-office hit. It won three Academy Awards, including Best Picture.