I am not a real sports fan. Not in the knowledge of the players, know the statistics, somehow know the coaches. I'm a sports fan of the way I'm caught up in the spirit of the game. I also choose my teams. It is not a calculated thought, but also no different from most sports fans, I would bet that nostalgia has a lot to do with it. In baseball I watch the Rockies because I was in third grade in Colorado when we got the team. I've never cared about football before, but after seeing the Eagles win the Super Bowl in 201
I spend these evenings in quarantine and wish I was at Coors Field and mourn the Sundays that come without football. What do you do with these hours instead of cheering on our team? Sports films. Here are my tips. Leave your own in the comments.
A league of its own
Rent on Amazon Prime or stream on SlingTV
Obviously. It has one of the first prominent coronavirus survivors, Tom Hanks, as the rugged but lovable trainer Jimmy Dugan. The film follows the Peaches, a team in the women's baseball league that was assembled during World War II. It is a complex sporting story, in which athletes are prevented from playing by other responsibilities and tragedies. In addition to Tom Hanks, Geena Davis, Madonna, Rosie O & # 39; Donnell and Bill Pullman are all-star performers. Catch one of the biggest lines in the sports cinema: "There is no crying in baseball."
Rent on iTunes or Google Play
A restart with LeBron James is planned for 2021. Now it's better than ever to see the original, learn it by heart and let yourself be transformed. In it, Michael Jordan helps Bugs Bunny and the Looney Toons defeat a competing team of cartoons that have stolen basketball skills from NBA stars like Charles Barkley, Shawn Bradley and Patrick Ewing.
Rent on Vudu or Stream on Hulu
You want a film that reflects the feeling of summer (if only for 1 hour and 41 minutes) Child? The Sandlot follows a group of children playing baseball. But its real accomplishment is to capture the way our adversities in our youth become the epic stories we tell for the rest of our lives.
The Mighty Ducks
Rent on Google Play or Stream on Hulu
Probably the best film about hockey ever made. Gordon Bombay, played by Emilio Estevez, leads a dilapidated team of outsiders on the ice, teaching them teamwork and confidence. While the story of a team from Screwballs discovering what it means to be in a team is not new, the charming cast of children and Emilio Estevez’s gritty portrayal of Coach Bombay are timeless.
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