The day the music died

"ReMastered," the music-documentary series that has already given us great stories about Sam Cooke, Johnny Cash and Bob Marley, sets its sights on more obscure artists. In "The Miami Showband Massacre," filmmakers show how half the members of "The Irish Beatles" were wiped out by terrorists in a 1975 attack. The group's surviving member looks back at the tragedy.

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Talk radio

If Don Cheadle's performance in "Black Monday" and his recent debut as "Saturday Night Live" host have you jonesing for more, check out "Talk to Me," the 2007 gem about a convict-turned-DJ, Ralph "Petey" Greene. Chiwetel Ejiofor, Taraji P. Henson and Cedric the Entertainer also star. It's a shame that director Kasi Lemmons, who also did "Eve's Bayou," doesn't make more movies.

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Nate the great

If you missed Nate Bargatze's appearance at the Pantages Theatre last month, you can catch him in "Nate Bargatze: The Tennessee Kid," which captures the comic commenting on cheap weddings, college football and chocolate milk. Marc Maron and Jim Gaffigan have both sung his praises.

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Neal Justin