I love it because I am the Julia Roberts character in this movie. I am such a proponent of like, what else do you want to do? And what I love about the movie is that even though it was empowering to be like, you can be more, there is something also freeing about choice. It s like, I understand I can do more. I m also very satisfied and happy with what is presented to me. But I am definitely the Julia Roberts character, pushing people: what do you want to do with your life?
Whether or not you re a fan of basketball, the NBA, or 90s pop culture, chances are you know who Michael Jordan is. Thanks to a historically successful run with the Chicago Bulls during the better part of the 1990s, a lucrative and impossibly effective endorsement deal with Nike, and the kind of cultural ubiquity enjoyed by just a select few, Jordan became arguably the most recognized and beloved athlete in the world. Ever. Now, as everyone continues to huddle at home, and with professional sports events postponed for the foreseeable future, ESPN has released a new docuseries to help scratch that itch, and viewers can t get enough. The Last Dance alternately covers the 1997-1998 season of the Chicago Bulls as they attempt to complete the rare NBA three-peat or three championship titles in a row and retraces Jordan s stunning career. It s already become the most-watched documentary in the history of ESPN, and if you re looking for more stuff like it to watch, Rotten Tomatoes correspondent Naz Perez has you covered. From a critically acclaimed Spike Lee drama to a documentary five years in the making to an action film co-starring Dennis Rodman and more, here s what you should check out if every episode of The Last Dance keeps you begging for more.