Throughout his playing career, Herman Moore established himself as the greatest wide receiver in Detroit Lions history.
He has had success in the business world since then, and this year, he joined the Ford Lions Report team as an analyst.
Throughout it all, one constant has remained for Moore: his love of movies.
During the Ford Lions Report before the primetime game against the Falcons, Moore took viewers on a behind-the-scenes trip to his favorite spot outside the field: the movie theater.
"The movies is one of my favorite all-time things to do," Moore says.
The count? Over a thousand movies, almost a two-a-day average, and a collection of DVD and VHS tapes that would floor any movie buff.
Herman's favorite movies are a varied selection of classics: The Shawshank Redemption, The Color Purple, and Alien.
For the full breakdown of Herman Moore, Movie Buff, watch the video in the player above.
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