DO YOU USUALLY WANT TO PRACTICE SPORTS? | Lima 2019 - Magazine@stop
But make no mistake, in this list, we not only looking for the best stories but the movies that motivate you the most to get up and move ya’ body. By the way, we clarify, the order of this is only alphabetical, not from the best to the worst. Keep in mind: we are giving you movies available in the Perú region. Probably, if they are available here, in your countries too.
Probably, if they are available here, in your countries too.
For all you who looked for the article in english, Turn the subtitles ON because in this Spanish film you cannot miss any detail as Ramón (Dani Rovira), a man diagnosed with multiple sclerosis decides to compete in the Ironman.
1 Mile to you
Many times, doing sports makes us feel alive, but what if doing sports made us remember? In this story, Kevin (Graham Rogers) tries not to forget his deceased girlfriend as he begins to win races.
Are you looking for less history and more sport? Well, if you love nature and adrenaline, put on your helmet on and give Deathgrip a go. Be amazed as some passionate mountain bikers take you through the most breathtaking and vertiginous passages. The only thing that you’ll see on the ground is your jaw!
The 4th. company
What do you think about an American football movie like The Longest Yard, but with less comedy, more corruption inside a jail and a fight for freedom of mexican prisoners a lot more real? If the “cartel stories” were already saturating you, The 4th Company is the not-so-fresh air you need without getting too far away from the subject.
Imposing its presence in the SXSW (Film, Music and Exhibitions Festival), First March not only shows the struggle on wrestling sports but also the social, economic and, above all, family struggles that Monique lives. Ideal for mixing sweat and tears.
In most sports, you need to have a very strong fire inside but sometimes this fire can be hard to control. When Billy Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal) loses his wife to an assassination, he loses with her, his fortune, fame and even family. The path to gain them back will teach him much more than new boxing techniques.
The Short Game
Whether you feel that the documentaries are boring, or if you feel they are the best of the seventh art, this film will make you feel tender and amazed. What could be better than meeting the best golf athletes when they are still 7 years old?
Another sports film luminary born in Sundance. Zion, a young man who practices wrestling, invites you to stand up in a whole different way and lift your passions regardless of the limitations that other people try to impose on you.
Sure, we could talk about independent films, or those that are available on HBO, Hulu, Amazon and other video on demand platforms, but I can clearly see your emojis in the comments. And as we are not going to encourage piracy... let's go the most popular platform.
But rest assured, if you do not have Netflix, probably someone close to your heart has an account. Give them your cutest smile and remind them that loving is sharing!
We didn’t convince you? Do you want more options? Use the secret codes of Netflix and enter the deep web! OK, no. But here’s a much better segmentation in sports.
Sports documentaries: 180
Movies about sports: 4370
Comedies on sport: 5286
Dramas about sports: 7243
Sports and physical health: 9327