10 Made-for-TV Movies That Were Actually Good

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Here’s one…

HBO’s You Don’t Know Jack was a critically acclaimed television film featuring Al Pacino as Jack Kevorkian, the former pathologist who led a controversial crusade to end the terminally ill’s pain through physician-assisted suicide.  The film received overwhelming praise and was nominated for 15 Emmys, winning two for outstanding lead actor in a movie or mini-series and outstanding writing for a movie or mini-series.

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