Top 10 Basketball Movies. 1. Hoosiers (1986) PG | 114 min | Drama, Sport. 2. One on One (1977) 3. White Men Can't Jump (1992) 4. Glory Road (2006) 5. Blue Chips (1994)
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Best Basketball Movies Ever. 1. He Got Game (1998) R | 136 min | Drama, Sport. 2. White Men Can't Jump (1992) 3. Above the Rim (1994) 4. Blue Chips (1994) 5. Hoop Dreams (1994)
98 Metascore. A film following the lives of two inner-city Chicago boys who struggle to become college basketball players on the road to going professional. Director: Steve James | Stars: William Gates, Arthur Agee, Emma Gates, Curtis Gates. Votes: 24,959 | Gross: $7.83M. 94 (5) Criterion Collection.
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The movie ranks near the very bottom when it comes to portraying quality basketball, but Teen Wolf, as his classmates eventually call him, somehow becomes an incredible athlete, ball hog, and ...
Basketball movies. 1. The Frontier Boys (2012) PG-13 | 113 min | Action, Adventure, Family. 2. The Mighty Macs (2009) 3. Just Wright (2010) 4. Breaking the Press (2010) 5. Like Mike 2: Streetball (2006 Video)
Best and Worst Basketball Movies If you’re still amazed that one of the most beloved basketball movies of all time involved Looney Tunes helping to keep Michael Jordan from being imprisoned as an interplanetary sideshow attraction, you forget that basketball’s commercial movie breakthrough came in the form of the howlin’ 1980s Michael J. Fox fantasy Teen Wolf .