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Despite having no tennis background, Richard Williams overcomes tremendous hardship, skepticism and his own troubled past to raise two of tennis' greatest players, Serena and Venus Williams.
A feud exists between two families over an annual Thanksgiving touch football game that has existed for 50 years.
Moe Norman is injured in a sledding accident that turns him into a loner whose repetitive phrases and nervous laughter is off-putting. The repetitive behavior proves to be an asset when he develops an unorthodox short golf swing that enables him to place the ball with uncanny accuracy. Tiger Woods would later say that Norman and Ben Hogan were the two who truly "owned" their golf swings.
After being drafted by the Brooklyn Dodgers as a 15-year-old prodigy in 1940, a young teen joins the Navy and is sent on a secret mission to guard German POWs during which time he teaches the enemy soldiers how to play baseball.
A biopic based on the true story of South African-born British Olympian and former world champion athlete Precious McKenzie.
A group of recent college graduates get in over their heads when they volunteer to coach a youth-league football team.
It’s about an insecure guy who’s dating a girl who he thinks may be out of his league. When he finds out that her last boyfriend was a Tom Bradylike ex NFL QB, he becomes so obsessed with why they broke up that he buys a week with him in a charity auction to find out what went wrong in their relationship. But over the course of the week, he makes the guy realize he wants his old girlfriend back.
Follows an up-and-coming female MMA fighter sidelined by a devastating injury. When a cutting-edge genetic research company offers her a unique chance to step back into the ring, she has to fight to keep her humanity alive.
Jim Thorpe is a member of the Sac and Fox Nation and his native name, Wa-Tho-Huk, translates as Bright Path. In 1912, he wins two Olympic gold track and field medals, representing the United States while his citizenship goes unrecognized during a period of cultural genocide for Native Americans. Known as one of the most versatile athletes, Thorpe goes on to play Major League Baseball, professional football and eventually founds the organization that becomes the National Football League.
Set in Boston, a district attorney's son is accused of killing a classmate. As he tries to clear his boy, the DA discovers many things about his son that he didn't know, including the possibility the 14-year old might actually have done it.
During World War II, a soccer game takes place between an occupied Ukrainian soccer team and their Nazi captors, a German "super team." Nikolai Trusevich, an all-star goalie, serves as a cornerstone and leader for his Ukrainian team, and ultimately inspires the entire battered city of Kiev, Ukraine.
During the week leading up to the 1967 NFL championship game, Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lmbardi prepares his team to play against the Dallas Cowboys. The game becomes known as the "Ice Bowl" due to the extreme weather.
"School" is described as a comedy in which a group of hopefuls battle it out in a competition to make the PGA Tour, with both their game and their personal lives sometimes ending up in the drink along the way. The title is a reference to qualifying school, an annual tournament in which several hundred aspiring pros compete for a limited number of spots on the following year's tour.
A fading player/coach of a minor league hockey team tries to hype the Charlestown Chiefs for a possible move South and pumps up interest by turning his team into a group of brawling thugs.
The Irish members of five-a-side soccer team travel to the "The Homeless World Cup Foundation" tournament in Paris. The Foundation helps itinerant people worldwide change their lives through soccer.