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Friday, October 9th, 2009 at 10:00 am  |  9 responses

Seattle’s Loss, in Movie Form

The citizens of Seattle can now relive the pain and drama of the Sonics leaving by heading to their local cineplex: “A few days before tonight’s screening, filmmaker Jason Reid worked frantically in the living room of his Georgetown-neighborhood house to fix two major problems with his latest documentary ‘Sonicsgate,’ which takes an in-depth look at how Seattle lost its NBA team. The first problem: It’s too long …The film’s other problem: It’s depressing.”

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  • Babygab

    lol !

  • Babygab

    Hey ! I was first =)

  • http://www.curtin.edu.au Declan

    Worst first comment ever.

  • Ken

    243rd worst third comment ever.

  • JD

    Well you can hardly expect a film about how a good city was robbed of its most storied team light-hearted can u?

  • drew

    Damn u Clay Bennet, I hope ur fatass chokes on a chiken, ten gets hit by some tumble weed in in that bum city!!!!!

  • drew

    chicken wing

  • NUPE

    i’m interested in how these types of moves come about, must be a lot of back-handed deals of the rich and connected. as bad as the browns were/are, i still don’t understadn how cleveland lost them.

  • Cameron

    How did Cleveland lose the Browns?They still are the Cleveland Browns,right?Maybe I’m missing something lol

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