The Flintstones: Although bowling is not the main theme of the movie, the stone age bowling scenes are something every bowler can be awed by.
Alley Cats Strike: This Disney movie features a group of outcast kids that love to bowl. They end up competing for their school against the school’s rivals.
Air Bud: This movie is about a dog that can play basketball and helps out his owner’s school team.
Like Mike : An orphan happens upon a pair of Michael Jordon’s shoes. He becomes an amazing player just by wearing the “magic” shoes.
The Sandlot: This movie is about a group of kids spending their summer playing baseball, lose a valuable ball over the fence, and their struggle to get it back. There is also a sequel, The Sandlot 2, about girls taking over the field to play softball.
Field of Dreams: “Build it and they will come” is the famous quote from the movie. In this movie a man builds a baseball field in his corn field for the ghosts of past baseball players, in particular the Black Sox, to play on.
The Mighty Ducks : A lawyer ends up coaching a lousy peewee hockey team after being ordered by the court to do community service. He turns the team around creating champions. In the sequel, D2: The Mighty Ducks , the same team join with great young hockey players from around the world to form Team USA for the Junior Goodwill Games. In the second sequel, D3: The Mighty Ducks, the Team USA players get scholarships for a Prep School and a new coach.
Air Bud: World Pup: This movie is about a dog that can play soccer.
The Big Green: Similar to The Mighty Ducks, but uncoordinated kids learning to play soccer together as a team.
Radio: Touching story of a developmentally challenged man and his being involved with a high school football team.
Remember the Titans : A movie about a high school football team being racially desegregated.
Cool Runnings (Bobsledding): The story of the first Jamaican bobsledding team to make it to the Winter Olympics.
Miracle (Hockey): The movie version of the 1980 USA hockey team’s road to miraculously winning the gold over the Russians.
The Greatest Game Ever Played : A movie version of the 1913 US Open following Francis Ouimet’s rise to beat Henry Vardon, the heavy favorite.