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The fans are in the seats, the fields have been lined in white and the players are ready for some football action. Can’t you smell it in the air? The early days of Fall are here and we’re in the thick of the hallowed football time of year – high school, college and NFL. Wamg is counting down our 35 favorite football films you need to see before the kickoff of pigskin season. It’s never too early or too late to talk the sport loved by fans everywhere. Many of these true stories can be found on DVD, Blu-ray and Video On Demand. Let us know in the comments section below how you would have ranked your favorite football movies or if we left any on the sidelines.
“You’re 5 foot nothin’, 100 and nothin’, and you have barely a speck of athletic ability. And you hung in there »
- Movie Geeks
Directed by Kenny Ortega.
The Wildcats of East High School are now seniors and with graduation fast approaching they have to make some serious decisions about their future.
High School Musical 3: Senior Year was a success story before even gracing cinema screens. Whereas most film franchises start off strong before slowly sliding into straight-to-dvd mediocrity, this Disney produced series of films initially started as two made-for-tv movies. The overwhelming success of High School Musical ensured a much deserved sequel, High School Musical 2, and although this sequel couldn't quite live up to the original it turned enough of a profit for the powers that be to grant High School Musical 3: Senior Year a theatrical release. With a much bigger budget, the Wildcats of East High School are back for one last hurrah. »
2 items from 2012
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