Four Rooms. Low-budget drama based on all the places Cleveland Brown owner Art Modell can go now without fearing for his life.
Bio-Dome. Futuristic thriller in which scientists shrink themselves and enter Dick Vitale's brain to see why he yells so much.
Smoke. A retrospective on the golfing career of John Daly, centering on his pack-a-nine habit and what's left of his tees after he hits his driver.
Waiting to Exhale. New York Jet offensive lineman Carlton Haselrig strives to outlast a highway patrolman's Breathalyzer.
Grumpier Old Men. Hilarious comedy starring the Baseball Writers Association of America. In this sequel the crotchety writers can't find anyone good enough to vote into the Hall of Fame, get into a fistfight over a box of four-color pens and complain about the tip jar at the end of the nightly free buffet line.
Restoration. An NCAA report brings joy to Los Angeles when it points out that the city does too still have a professional football team—USC.
A Man of No Importance. The Fred Edelstein Story.
Mortal Kombat. Nebraska seniors hold a spelling bee.
Heat. Former Green Bay Packer guard Jerry Kramer describes the difference between the two biggest Packer-Cowboy games in the last 28 years.
Cutthroat Island. The Kansas City Chiefs' field goal kicker/goat, Lin Elliott, takes a vacation.