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Top 5 sports movies from across the World!

Sports and movies about it both have a unique way of evoking emotions and passions in the audience. Whatever sport it is that you might be watching a movie about, whether or not you’re interested in it, the movie has a way of making you feel for the characters, who almost always start as underdogs and then finally fight their way to the top.

Many such emotional, inspirational, and heartbreaking movies exist across the world. So, we thought that we could give you recommendations for the top 5 sports movies from across the world that you should be watching right now!

King Richard (2021)
King Richard is one of the most recent movies on this list and yet deserves all the praise as one of the most inspiring movies about sports and athletes. The story follows that of Venus and Serena Williams, both of whom will end up as two of the most prolific tennis players in the world, and how their journey is shaped under the tutelage of their father, Richard Williams.

This movie has commendable performances, especially that of Will Smith, who even won an Oscar for the role. The Will Smith Oscar controversy aside, no one can deny that the actor did give one of the best performances of his career with King Richard.

As One (2012)
As One is a Korean language movie that garnered a lot of praise and love for its touching story and admirable performances. The movie follows the dramatic events of 1991, when two table tennis players, representing their respective countries of North and South Korea, have to join hands and learn to fight as a team.

The main roles are helmed by the veteran actresses Bae Doona and Ha Ji Won. Both women have completely taken over their respective characters and have brought a beautiful emotion to the movie.

The Karate Kid (1984)
The Karate Kid is perhaps one of the most iconic sports movies of all time. The movie is a perfect underdog story, with the scrawny Daniel LaRusso approaching his sensei, Mr. Miyagi for help against his bullies.

The Karate Kid ended up becoming such an iconic movie that it even spawned the fan-favourite web series Cobra Kai, which has had four successful seasons of its own. But nothing can beat the classic charm of karate in the original 1984 movie!

’83 (2021)
’83 is an Indian sports movie based on real-life events that took place in 1983, during the cricket World Cup. The movie follows the entire World Cup series as the Indian team, who had never won a single match in the World Cup until then, finally secures a victory for the country in 1983.

The role of Kapil Dev, the iconic Indian captain who led the team to victory, was played by Ranveer Singh, who completely absorbed the spirit and mannerisms of the real-life player to the extent that it was difficult to tell them apart. This historic match in India is one of the main reasons why cricket remains the most loved sport in the country even now.

In fact, cricket is the one sport that is most popular when it comes to online betting in India, especially during the IPL.

The Blind Side (2009)
The Blind Side is an emotionally charged movie based on the real-life experience of Michael Oher, who ended up as an American football player who played in the NFL. As a homeless African American teenager, Oher is taken in by Leigh Anne Tuohy and her husband, who helps him gain a bit of formal education as well as help him realize his potential as a football player.

The movie has an amazing cast, with Sandra Bullock as Leigh Anne Tuohy, who makes the movie sparkle with both energy and emotions!

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