OK this one is just good fun – this film make you just want to grab the pig skin and start throwing it around .
This is a beautiful movie about a 30 year old bartender that goes no where until he finds that his beloved football team is offering the chance to anyone to come try out for the team.when he makes a good impression on the coaches everything changes for him and he is living his dream. Its a story about a juvenile detention center with kids that have no future and no sense of responsibility .
Grant Taylor in all his six years of coaching a small town high school football team has never had a wining season. Nice TV movie about military boys that try to fool everybody but ends up fooling themselves. In 1892 Lars Rockne and family migrate to Chicago his son then at age 4 was in his mind and Lars stared to save money so he could send him to college.after many years he was able to send him to notre dame university. Coach Steve Williams is trying to get custody of his daughter after a bad divorce while fighting a college recruitment scandal in his football team where he is trying to bring back from the dead and turn the little catholic college football team in to a success. A teenage kid troublemaker has a chance to turn his life around when he joins a local high school football team with a hard case coach. The L.A rams quarterback is killed and then taken away to heaven by an angel only to find out he was not ready to die just yet. With this Sunday being the Super Bowl, I thought I'd take a look at what I consider to be the top ten American football films. In the lead up to the big game over the years, my Super Bowl Sundays have involved watching some of the films included in the list below.
James Van Der Beek plays Jonathan Moxon (or Mox, for short) who is less enthusiastic about football than those around him, pressured to play from a young age, by his father, and constantly playing second fiddle to star quarterback Lance Harbor (played by Paul Walker).
Goldie Hawn plays Molly McGrath, an American football-obsessed high school track coach at a prestigious school, who dreams of being given the opportunity to coach a football team. The source material was written by Peter Gent, a former wide receiver for the Cowboys and he's played here by Nick Nolte.

As with many (and arguably the best) American football movies, this is based on a true story. This is the 1974, Oscar-nominated, Burt Reynolds version, not the questionable 2005 remake starring Adam Sandler (that Burt Reynolds also stars in). In another story based on someone achieving against the odds despite a physical disadvantage, Adam Sandler's backwater simpleton, Bobby Boucher, discovers that he's able to tackle like a beast when he channels his rage. Out of all of the movies on the list, this is my favourite and one that I'll definitely be watching on Sunday before the game.
Both teams have outstanding quarterbacks leading their offence and were the top seed in their respective conference. It features some of the best looking American football action committed to celluloid and a host of appearances from a number of NFL legends, plus it's good to see Dennis Quaid in any movie. But when Harbor is sidelined with an injury, Moxon is called on to start and lead the team. When an opportunity to coach the team of an inner city high school comes up, she applies and gets the job. Denzel Washington plays Herman Boone who is hired as the head coach for the T C Willams High School football team. Rudy was dyslexic and physically unimpressive (well, at least by American football standards), but persisted to achieve his dream of playing for Notre Dame.
This is not only one of the best American football movies, but one of the best prison movies ever made as well. His new found talent helps him make the transition from waterboy to starting linebacker, helping his team reach the championship in the process.
Bissinger, Friday Night Lights follows the exploits of the Permian Panthers, from the blue collar town of Odessa Texas 1988 season and their run for the state championship.
My enjoyment of the movie is helped by a lot of the music being provided by Texan post rockers Explosions in the Sky and the inclusion of New Noise by Refused.

I've stocked up on beer and have booked Monday off work, so don't need to worry about having to function on only a couple of hours sleep. As is the case with most seasons, I'll be following this year's finale as a neutral, as the team that I follow, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, once again failed to make it to the play-offs. She faces challenges in getting the team together but turns their fortunes around and ends up taking them to the championship game where she faces the school where she used to teach. The Dallas Cowboys were reportedly none too pleased with either the book or film of North Dallas Forty, given the similarities between the legendary NFL team and the fictional North Dallas Bulls here, due to the fact that active encouragement of the use of pain killers features. Boone faces opposition initially, with the white players threatening to boycott the team if he's appointed (it's this threat that convinces Boone to take the job).  The players soon change their mind and Boone puts them through a rigorous training camp that helps unite a racially segregated team in preparation for their season.
Rudy gets his dream and plays in the final play of the season in which he sacks the opposing team's quarterback. Again, this is another film that's based on true events, focussed on the life of Chicago Bears running back Brian Piccolo who is diagnosed with terminal cancer and his friendship with team mate Gale Sayers.
Coach Gary Gaines (played by Billy Bob Thornton) faces constant scrutiny and faces losing his job if the team doesn't make the playoffs. It handles the dark underbelly of American football in an incredibly clumsy way and Al Pacino is ridiculously over the top.
Like a film that appears later in this list, Varsity Blues explores the effect American football has on a small town Texan community.
Sean Astin puts in one hell of a performance as Daniel 'Rudy' Ruettiger and the film features Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau in their earliest film appearance. When the team lose their star running back early in the season, the outlook is bleak, but they manage to remain competitive in their attempt to mount a title challenge.

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