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  • Anything To Win Review Part 2
    Sunday, December 18, 2005
    Let's have two opinions of the show. Cory's was below, now here's mine. The first word that came out of my mouth: wow. Easily it's the most attractive documentary series I've seen. Anything To Win is basically like True Hollywood Story or Behind The Music or any of those types of shows. However, this one strictly deals with games. The first thing thing that I was impressed with is, when opening the press kit, the wide variety of topics. I figured this would just be sports, but no. It goes into biographies of people, groups, schools, and even organizations like the Lottery. There's something for every game lover.

    Each interview is thorough and extremely indepth. On the DVD, I was given Act 1 of the episode featuring MIT VS Las Vegas. Even if you didn't understand Blackjack some how, they will make sure you know what is going on. Even if you didn't know about this "scandal", they really make sure you aren't walking in the dark here. What I was especially pleased with was that it wasn't a mainly voice over narrated show. A vast majority, I'd go 80-90%, was interviews. If you're doing a show like this talking about real people and their situations, that's how you do it. Some shows, like True Hollywood Story, have had issues with this in the past. By limiting to 13 shows, they are sure to only pick the topics that they can get the most information with.

    The topics are as follows:

    Rosie Ruiz & The Bostom Marathon
    Tonya Harding
    MIT VS Las Vegas
    Johnnie Cochran
    Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Bobby Fischer
    John DeLorean
    Pennsylvania Lottery Scandal
    Amarillo Slim
    Soap Box Derby Scandal
    Breeder's Cup Scandal

    Like I said, it's a wide variety of topics. What this show will succeed in doing that Big Bucks didn't is that the ones listed as scandals are truly scandals. The Michael Larson Press Your Luck documentary slapped with the word "Scandal" on it wasn't a scandal in the least. The series is from people who made the long running show "Ripley's Believe it or Not!", so this is not done by people who have no idea what the hell is going on. This is one of the best, if not the best, documentary TV series I've seen in ages. It delves deep into human emotion and more. Unless you are a total game show nazi and won't watch anything on GSN that doesn't have the words Chuck Woolery attached to it, you have no excuse not to catch one episode of this. Five Buzzers out of Five on this one. Anything To Win debuts on Tuesday, January 11th from 9PM to 11PM ET. It will air every Tuesday from then on at 9PM ET.

    Other airings:
    Tuesday, January 17th- MIT VS Las Vegas
    Tuesday, January 24th- Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Tuesday, January 31st- Johnnie Cochran
    posted by Alex Davis * Permalink 
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