De hel van '63: When conditions are right an infamous ice-skating race is held in the north of the Netherlands. The 200 km race must be completed by midnight and everyone who finishes receives a medal. This film is based on the true facts of the fateful day in 1963 when, due to plunging temperatures and rough terrain,thousands of skaters suffered frostbite and shocking injuries. Only a small number would cross the finish-line, but for those who did, it was to be a life changing event!
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Araiso Private High School Student Council Executive Committee (OAV): Kubota Makoto and Tokitoh Minoru (characters from Kazuya Minekura's manga Wild Adaptor -- though no reference is made to the darker storyline of WA in this light-hearted anime) are the muscle of their high school's all-powerful student council. They defend the student body from disorder -- generated by both humans and demons -- while avoiding their classes.
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D2: The Mighty Ducks: Gordon Bombay is forced to withdraw from the minor hockey league with a knee injury. Much to his surprise...
Vision Quest: Vision Quest is a coming of age movie in which high school wrestler Louden Swain decides he wants to...
Goal II: Living the Dream: After gaining experience with the football club Newcastle United, Santiago Munez (Becker) gets a huge break when he's transferred to Real Madrid.
Tin Cup: A washed up golf pro working at a driving range tries to qualify for the US Open in order to win the heart of his succesful rival's girlfriend.
3 Ninjas: Each year, three brothers Samuel, Jeffrey and Michael Douglas visits their Japanese grandfather, Mori...
Youngblood: A skilled young hockey prospect hoping to attract the attention of professional scouts is pressured...
The Champions (Boh ngau): This film is a must for everyone. This film is a wonderful blend of light comedy and the best football (soccer) action ever committed to celluloid. Despite the fact it stars an all-star cast, it has hardly any martial arts in the film (apart from one absolutely hilarious tango-fight scene!).
Cloud 9: A washed out former star in need of money has a get rich plan...start a volleyball team whose players consist of group of beautiful athletic strippers.
Azusa Will Help! [Azusa, Otetsudai Shimasu!]: In a future where robots are already commonplace in society, the Karugamo High School team needs one more member to have the required nine players. To fill in, they resort to acquiring a robot. Not having much to spend, they can't afford to buy a sports robot. Instead, they purchase Azusa, a robot maid. The Karugamo High School Baseball Team has not been doing well. After losing badly to the Eagles, many of the players leave, and the team now has only eight players, one too few to play a game. Going against his principles, the main character Harumaki Shunpei decides to buy a baseball robot. However, since he does not have enough money, he ends up buying the maid robot named Azusa. Even though Azusa has a warm heart and strong determination, it doesn't appear that she stands a chance against her adversaries who were top-of-the-line baseball robots. The team's only hope seems to lie in a secret buried within Azusa's clouded past.
Rudo y Cursi: Two siblings rival each other inside the world of professional soccer.
The Boxer: All Ben Wilson (Joshua Dallas, The Descent 2) wants is to be a better man. So when he hooks up with Joe Miller (Stacy Keach, TV's Prison Break), a cantankerous old boxing trainer, he finally gets his chance. Preparing for a title-qualifying bout against The Butcher -- the sadistic bully who once nearly crippled him -- Ben hopes to win fame, fortune and the girl he loves. For in today's world, there's only one way to get what you really want: you've got to fight for it!
Men with Brooms: Paul Gross stars as the leader of a recently reunited curling team from a small Canadian town. This offbeat comedy follows the team as they work through their respective life issues and struggle to win the championship for the sake of their late coach.
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Lionel: In 1968 a young aboriginal boxer with a charming smile punched his way to history when he stopped Fighting Harada in Japan over fifteen rounds...
Mr. Baseball: A fading baseball player is traded to a Japanese team and has trouble fitting into the society.
Bigger Stronger Faster*: In America, we define ourselves in the superlative: we are the biggest, strongest, fastest country in the world...
Hoop Dreams: A film following the lives of two African American boys who struggle to become college basketball players on the road to going professional.
Training Rules: Examines how women's collegiate sports, caught in a web of homophobic practices, collude in the destruction of the lives and dreams of many of its most talented athletes.
In the Hands of the Gods: In the Hands of the Gods is the true story of five young British freestyle footballers journey across the Americas to Argentina in the hope of meeting their hero, Diego Maradona. This coming-of-age road movie tells the story of a group of young men in pursuit of a lifelong dream.
Michael Jordan to the Max: Up close some heroes get even bigger.
Skateboard Madness: When a reporter too laid-back for his own good is told his last chance to keep his job is to get some good photos for a story on skateboarding...
Summer Catch: A rich girl whose family summers on Cape Cod has a romance with a local poor boy who hopes to become a major league baseball player.
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61*: Summer, 1961: Roger Maris and Mickey Mantle are on pace to break the most hallowed record in U.S. sports, Babe Ruth's single-season 60 home runs. It's a big story, and the intense, plain-spoken Maris is the bad guy: sports writers bait him and minimize his talent, fans cheer Mantle, the league's golden boy, and baseball's commissioner announces that Ruth's record stands unless it's broken within 154 games. Any record set after 154 games of the new 162-game schedule will have an asterisk. The film follows the boys of summer, on and off the field: their friendship, the stresses on Maris, his frustration with the negative attention, and his desire to play well, win, and go home.
White Men Can't Jump: Black and white basketball hustlers join forces to double their chances.
The World's Fastest Indian: The life story of New Zealander Burt Munro, who spent years building a 1920 Indian motorcycle -- a bike which helped him set the land-speed world record at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats in 1967.
College 1927: To reconcile with his girlfriend, a bookish college student tries to become an athlete.
Horse Feathers: Quincy Adams Wagstaff, the new president of Huxley U, hires bumblers Baravelli and Pinky to help his school win the big football game against rival Darwin U.
Kickboxer: Kurt Sloan is the corner-man for his brother, U.S. kickboxing champion Eric Sloan. When Kurt witnesses...
The Boy in Blue: Based on the life of Ned Hanlan, the late-19th century Canadian sculler and world champion. Hanlan was...
Happy Gilmore: A rejected hockey player puts his skills to the golf course to save his grandmother's house.
Beyond the Mat: Heartfelt documentry focusing on the lives of professional wrestlers and how their sport is not fake.
Crossover: A naturally talented basketball player, Noah Cruise is determined to become a doctor using his basketball scholarship to UCLA pre-med...
Higher Learning: People from all different walks of life, encounter racial tension, rape, responsibility, and the meaning of an education on a university campus.
Airborne: Mitchell Goosen is sixteen/seventeen year old kid from California who loves to surf and roller blade...