March Madness of Movies: Sports films

In a complete upset, “She’s the Man” starring Amanda Bynes and Channing Tatum came out on top against the 2000 classic “Remember the Titans.” The bracket from the very beginning seemed to be a war between the nontraditional rookies and the far more decorated historical cinema.
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March Madness of Music: Debut albums

On a less subtle note is Cardi B’s boisterous, unabashed Invasion of Privacy in which Cardi recounts her rags-to-riches tale while never losing her distinguished voice — contributing to the success of standout track “Bodak Yellow.”
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March Madness of Music: One-hit wonders

With that, we’ve reached our final two — “Somebody that I Used to Know” and “Come on Eileen.” But one-hit wonders are no better than anyone else in that there can only be one winner. It’s a difficult matchup to say the least. Ultimately, Gotye fell to Dexys Midnight Runners and “Come on Eileen” claimed the crown.
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March Madness of Plays

When considering the film adaptations instead of the plays themselves, it’s no surprise that the film version of Tennessee Williams’ high-strung drama about the fall of a Southern belle came out on top, leaving the story of Willy Loman and his family in the dust.
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