There are many sports movies out there, but those are not only worth seeing, but maybe owners too? What are not only good sports movies, but also good movies?
1) The waterboy
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Funny to think of Adam Sandler in a list that promises movies, but here we are. Looking at the initial problems with Adam Sandler's praise, the movie was sweet, hot, funny and domesticated some awesome tackles, including one by Kathy Bates, the only one worth the entrance fee.
2) Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
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Another SNL aluminum, another excellent sports film.
3) Major League
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Charlie Sheen, Wesley Snipes and Corbin Bernsen in a movie?
4) Days of Thunder
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With Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman before cruising, the movie was mostly the best gun in cars, which was not bad. It features intense racing scenes and layers of some of the best racing stars.
5) A League of Their Own
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Tom Hanks, Gina Davis, Madonna and Rosie O'Donnell play one of the few sports movies with women. During World War II, female baseball competitions of the film that originated follow and reminds everyone that there is no shouting in baseball.
6) The Bad News Bears
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What's wrong, even with Tatum O'Neal and a young Jackie Earle Haley (Watchmen), the movie about the game and having fun to actually win than.
7) Brian's song
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Based on the true story of the Hall of Fame behind Gale Sayers, played by Billy Dee Williams and Brian Piccolo, played by James Caan, the story details of the friendship between the two teammates when Brian fights and eventually loses his fight against cancer while the Chicago bears Originally made for television, it was so popular that it was actually shown in some theaters.
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Based on a true story, the film Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy) featured in the title role as a bassist in Notre Dame, who finally shot the shot and was pushed away from his field teammates, it's the movie "never said to to die "par excellence.
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Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield and Chevy Chase in a single movie? Bill Murray tries to explode a gopher who has tortured the course but one of the many highlights of this movie.
10) Bull Durham
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Kevin Costner, Susan Sarandon, and Tim Robbins in a baseball film where most of the studios have gone through. Kevin Costner is being introduced to Tim Robbins for the major leagues, and Susan Sarandon in the mix certainly does not help. This is a classic movie that has regularly been named one of the best sports films of all time and where Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon met before meeting a relationship.
11) Field of dreams
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Another movie with Kevin Costner and one of the other movies that can make people cry. Even with James Earl Jones and Ray Liotta, it's the Quintessence baseball movie and a solid story about a catch-game and relationship with a father and son.
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Inspired by true events, this movie is shared with Gene Hackman and Dennis Hopper an underdog story of a high school basketball team in Indiana, which is subdivided and under the hand but still in the championship. Dennis Hopper was nominated for the nomination of the Academy Award for his role in the film, regularly as the best sports film ever made.
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The film, which helped to start the career of Stallone, as well as five prosecutors. Rocky Balboa circumvented a chance for the title of Apollo Creed, with Rocky's sole goal for the fight, that's the distance to the champion, something no-one else has achieved against Creed. The scenes of rocky training when drilling frozen meatballs and performing the steps in Philadelphia are iconic.
14) Raging Bull
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Spoken by many, not only to be the biggest sports film, but the biggest movie ever made in a genre. Arranged by Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci, the film draws the story of boxer Jake LaMotta, documenting his rise and fall, as well as the toll he has taken with his family and friends.