Caddyshack, Miracle, Slapshot, A League of Their Own, Million Dollar Baby, Hoop Dreams, The Endless Summer, Vision Quest, The Freshman (1925). Rudy was good in that the hobbit got me to care about Notre Dame for a few minutes anyways.
Caddy Shack, A Field of Dreams, A League of Their Own, Brian's Song, The Longest Yard (original), Bang the Drums Slowly, The Natural, Eight Men Out, Miracle, Million Dollar Baby, Rocky 1 and 2, Raging Bull, The Fighter, Warrior, SLAP SHOT (love this one), Hoosiers, Glory Road.
I probably forgot many more that I liked. I did not see We Are Marshall or Remember the Titans.
Goal, Invincible, The Replacements, Any Given Sunday, Mighty Ducks, Lords of Dogtown, Blue Crush, Remember The Titans, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, The Longest Yard, and Never Back Down!!!
Every movie i have seen over 10 times 3 I own the rest I'm goin to
Swimming Upstream is the story of Tony Fingleton, a young man from a troubled family who found the inner strength to become a swimming champion. Based on Anthony Fingletons novel of the same name and set in 1950s Brisbane, Australia. A young man who beats the odds to become a champion swimmer in spite of his overbearing, alcoholic father (Geoffrey Rush) and long suffering but quietly heroic mother (Judy Davis). Overshadowed in his fathers eyes by his brothers success, it's only when Tony displays an extraordinary swimming talent that he feels he has a shot at a winning his fathers heart and maybe even Olympic gold. The invitation to the Australian Olympic team was traded for a Harvard education. Great Story!
I have to agree on Invictus "I am the master of my fate. I am the captain of my soul." That one is hard beat. The Blind Side was a great story. The you have Chariots of Fire with that amazing music that lifted you up. I like movies that pull at my heart, maybe taht why I like sports too.