HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Chris Ryan and Rembert Browne to induct White Men Can’t Jump’ into the Sports Movie Hall of Fame. They cover Woody Harrelson’s hustling tactics (6:00), Wesley Snipes’s height (11:00), Rosie Perez’s polarizing character (17:00), the essence of pickup basketball (26:00), Woody’s fashion (30:00), Wesley Snipes’s career trajectory (37:00), the black-actor championship belt (44:00), New Jack City power rankings (48:00), and the premise of the planned remake (52:00).
‘White Men Can’t Jump’ With Bill Simmons, Rembert Browne, and Chris Ryan
Does a movie this rewatchable need a remake?
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