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27 Films That Definitively Prove the '90s Was the Best Era for Sports Movies

17 March 2015 9:01 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

What's your favorite sports movie? Chances are it's from the '90s. And that's because from 1990 to 1999, Hollywood produced the best sports films in the history of cinema. If Hoosiers had been made in the '90s, it would have been a perfect decade and not an almost perfect decade. Do you want proof? Or do you just want to get all nostalgic about Space Jam, The Sandlot, The Big Green and more of your favorite childhood films? Check out these 27 sports movies that the '90s so graciously gave us, and then join us in mourning the fact that we'll never get a more glorious film era ever again. 1. Space Jam (1996).  Bill Murray and Bugs Bunny together at last! Oh, and Michael Jordan »

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