Besides being heartwarming due to their endings always showing the heroes or the heroes reaching achievements nobody was expecting before, sports comedies also combine fair action and fun. The Mighty Ducks and Happy Gilmore are for sure the most renowned movies among the sport comedies lovers community, but this is a huge industry. It still has so many underrated films, as we can’t show you each one of them because they’re uncountable, we still managed to assemble a selection of some of them that we have reasons to think are the best.
A store wage gainer played by the famous Kaplan Gab, finds his way to start his sports career as head coach at a small college in Nevada. A not so well paid job that could, however, make him a fortune in case he manages to drive win the Nevada states along with the very humble team he finds himself training. The comedy from 1979 is old school to a certain extent. Therefore certain parts of the story can be a little controversial, yet it still provides a stunning watch experience if you see it as a whole lot.
This 2015 sports comedy shows us a whole new face: The Big Bang Theory’s exemplar Bernadette starred by Melissa Rauch, who, by the way, has the main Character role in “The Bronze” but is also a co-writer along with her husband, Winston. The movie directed by Academy Award-nominated Bryan Buckley (through his short film Asad) and played by a selection of really skilled actors such as Thomas Middleditch, Sebastian Stan, Haley Lu Richardson, and Gary Cole is the story of a not Ann Gregory Hope, a former gymnast taking a young disciple up to a 500 000 dollars worth victory. Only our coach herself is not much of an ideal person. A young gymnast could look up to us despite her great physical skills; her personality is quite offensive and begrudge. By playing such a rude character, Melissa definitely got out of her comfort zone, and she nailed it.
One more gymnastics movie to the bunch, but a little spice has been added to this one, a change from our typical sports comedy that adds a certain depth to it: Rebellion. Long things short, we’re following a former competitive gymnast who found herself back in the game against her will after committing fraud to the community and being forced to get along with her team colleagues in a strict camp where Burt Vickerman from Jeff Bridges is the president, through a series of humorous and fractious events all the way to the final competition where the team gets to revolt against the judges.
“Men With Brooms”
Romance, personal issues, team dynamics, a chance to explore a very underrated team game, all these elements combined create a surprisingly enjoyable movie even though filmmakers might seem quite desperate for turning Curling as a topic for a sports romantic comedy. “Men brooms” is all about a curling team in a tiny remote town trying to get over all of their personal conflicts and find the harmony between team members if they want to finish first in a championship in honor and memory of Douglass B. James which is their dead former coach. As a side story, the team leader starred by the writer, director, main character performer of our movie, Paul Gross, is on the quest to find his place back in his home town, and near his supposed bride to be that he left a decade earlier. As a sports romance comedy, the movie we’re showing you provides us, of course, with the same amount of challenge, risk, and thrill emotions we expect to see in all the others.
Are daredevils sports players? Well, we consider this stunt performing story as sports com. The movie features the star of Saturday night live trying to save for his step father’s heart surgery willing that he lives a little longer so he could finally make a point by beating him in a match. So he decides to make a plan for jumping a scooter through 15 large buses, which was the greatest stunt ever.