Good Sports Films
By Gunner Glam
Studio Brow hopes everyone is enjoying the holidays.
After watching a film viewers are often left with a sense of hope, dismay or motivation depending on the genre and so forth.
Studio Brow would like to show a list of sports movies which take on good stories and build esteem for those who watch:
Baseball – The Natural, A League of Their Own, Field of Dreams and The Rookie.
Basketball – Hoosiers, Blue Chips, Coach Carter and Glory Road.
Bobsledding – Cool Runnings.
Bowling – King Pin and The Big Lebowski.
Boxing – Rocky, Raging Bull, Million Dollar Baby and The Fighter.
Cheerleading – Sugar & Spice and Bring it On.
Dodgeball – Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.
Figure Skating – The Cutting Edge and Blades of Glory.
Football – The Longest Yard (1974), Rudy, Remember the Titans and Friday Night Lights.
Golf – Caddyshack, Happy Gilmore and The Greatest Game Ever Played.
Gymnastics – Stick It and Peaceful Warrior.
Horse Racing – Seabiscuit and Secretariat.
Ice Hockey – Slapshot, The Mighty Ducks and Miracle.
Jousting – A Knight’s Tale.
Martial Arts – Enter the Dragon and The Karate Kid.
Motorcycling – Supercross and World’s Fastest Indian.
Rollerblading – Airborne and Brink!.
Rollerskating – Rollerball (1975) and Whip It!.
Rugby – Invictus and Forever Strong.
Sailing – Summer Rental, Wind and Charlie St. Cloud.
Skateboarding – Thrashin‘ and Lords of Dogtown.
Surfing – Blue Crush and Soul Surfer.
Swimming – Swimfan and Pride.
Tennis – Hard, Fast & Beautiful and Wimbledon.
Scholastic Wrestling – Vision Quest, Reversal and Legendary.
Professional Wrestling – No Holds Barred, Ready to Rumble and The Wrestler.
These are just to name a few along with many more stories of hard work and determination to succeed.
-More coming soon from Studio Brow!-