The former New York mayor's post-election antics have made the 2003 movie, which earned Woods an Emmy nomination and co-stars Penelope Ann Miller, relevant now that Giuliani is more known for defending President Trump than for being "America's mayor" following the 9/11 attacks. "Even by 2003's basic cable television standards, the redundantly titled Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story is hokey, hagiographic, and ridiculous, but, perhaps due to the nation’s renewed patriotic fervor in the aftermath of 9/11, it somehow earned Woods an Emmy nomination," says Andrew Paul. "A lot (and we mean a lot) has happened since then, including countless instances of Giuliani finding new, ingenious ways to squander America’s good faith, so it’s not too surprising most of us forgot about the existence of Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story. But, as we all should certainly know by now, the internet never forgets." ALSO: Watch Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story on YouTube.