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Five Best Sports Movies Of All Time

 
Just like sports, movies have been around for a very long time. However, it’s hard to get interesting sports films, though film producers have started working with sports personalities to give the viewers an immersive experience in different games. Nonetheless, the success of a
sports movie depends on how well the actors can pass as athletes to make the movie realistic and interesting to watch.
Below are some of the greatest sports movies of all-time.
 
1. Caddyshack
Taking a ‘‘boring’’ sport and turning it into a comedy was a wise decision for the producers of CaddyShack. The film remains to be one of the greatest golf movies to watch while enjoying rib-cracking jokes from comedians like Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, and Rodney Dangerfield. Even better, the movie is appropriate for all ages, and it has held its place for over four decades.
 
2. Miracle
When it comes to the best hockey movies, some might side with Slap Shot, while others side with The Mighty Ducks series. However, Miracle is one of the most successful hockey movies of all-time. The reason why Miracle was so successful is that it looks like a real hockey game. It’s difficult to ‘‘fake’’ hockey. You’ll need actors who can handle the puck, skate and look like hockey players. Miracle looked very realistic on the ice that’s a credit to the former hockey players and actors in the movie.
 
3. Hoosiers
What can be more common than Texas high school football? Hoosiers is a story of an underdog Indiana basketball team that wins the state championship. The movie is about a team and coming together as one. The film succeeds thanks to Dennis Hopper, who plays the town-drunk turned basketball assistant Shooter Flatch and Gene Hackman, who stars as the tough-loving Norman Dale. Though it may be foreseeable, Hoosier’s friendly and charm basketball team move this story to the top as the most excellent sports movie of all-time.
 
4. OJ: Made In America 
OJ: Made In America is a documentary about sports released in 2016. The five-part miniseries brilliantly covers OJs’ life before, during and after the famous ‘‘Trial of the century’’ The documentary directed by Ezra Edelman showcase the popularity of OJ Simpson from the late 60s to the 90s. OJ was a living legend at the time, and his rise and tragic fall are brilliantly documented.
 
5. Friday Night Lights
Friday Night Light is not only a sports movie but also a high school movie. The film is an inside look into the town of Odessa, Texas that is possessed with high school football and how coaches and players deal with the pressure to win. Although football may not be relatable to everyone, the idea of eluding a small town and knowing there is more than high school football is extensive throughout the movie.
 
Conclusion
Many great Sports movies are known to have the power to change lives since they are inspirational and mostly based on actual events. Nonetheless, there are those created purely for fun, while others help fans to understand 

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