30 for 30 Reviews & Ratings

Tuesdays, 9:00 PM ET on ESPN

60 minutes

Inspired by ESPN's upcoming 30th anniversary, ESPN Films is launching "30 for 30", an unprecedented documentary series featuring 30 of today's finest storytellers who will chronicle 30 remarkable stories from the ESPN era. Each storyteller will bring their passion and point of view to their film detailing the issues and events that transformed the sports landscape since 1979.
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Feb 29, 2016 5:51PM EST
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I would have given it a whole star except for the lie that the Cowboys owned the 70's. The Steelers owned and still own the 70's! They also still own the most championship trophies. Tell "Mean Joe" Greene or Jack Lambert that the Cowboys owned the 70's. I remember the Cowboys cowering in fear when Cliff Harris congratulated Roy Gerela after Roy missed a field goal and got thrown to the ground by Lambert. How many Cowboys players on the field came to Cliff's aid? NONE! They walked away. Lambert made the whole Cowboys organization look like the cowgirls they are. If you're going to make a documentary do the proper research required to make it accurate. Dallas native Thaddeus D. Matula needs therapy. Stopped watching six minutes and eighteen seconds into this "documentary."

I would have given it a whole star except for the lie that the Cowboys owned the 70's. The Steelers owned and still own the 70's! They also still own the most championship trophies. Tell "Mean Joe" Greene or Jack Lambert that the Cowboys owned the 70's. I remember the Cowboys cowering in fear when Cliff Harris congratulated Roy Gerela after Roy missed a field goal and got thrown to the ground by Lambert. How many Cowboys players on the field came to Cliff's aid? NONE! They walked away. Lambert made the whole Cowboys organization look like the cowgirls they are. If you're going to make a documentary do the proper research required to make it accurate. Dallas native Thaddeus D. Matula needs therapy. Stopped watching six minutes and eighteen seconds into this "documentary."

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Aug 24, 2015 10:42PM EDT
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Great Show! Love It!

Great Show! Love It!