The 10 best soccer films in cinema history
Football and cinema have not gotten along well, There are few films that have managed to show the true greatness of the beautiful game. Step football on the big screen has been difficult, but since Colgados we present the best footballing films in cinema history.
The film is based on a true story called “The Party of Death”. In 1942 in full World War 2, el FC Start, a team of former players of FC Dynamo Kiev a powerful German team faced. FC Start players, despite being warned that, in case of defeat, They would be executed, They won and humiliated the Germans for collective delirium. Ukrainian players were arrested, tortured and taken to concentration camps. Although the real story was changed and softened, It is one of the best movies football history. The film is starring Michael Kane, Sylvester Stallone, Max Von Sydow, Pelé and which also involved players of the time like Ardiles or Booby Moore.
- SHAOLIN SOCCER (2001)
martial arts and soccer in an explosive cocktail with fantastic dyes and comedic. That does not seem easy to digest, but the film is a real curiosity getting started loud laughter. Considered a cult comedy in the Japanese cinema, Sing is a Shaolin disciple whose ambition is to popularize kung fu, until he meets a retired footballer and Fung failed to form a team that will mix football and kung fu. It reminds us drawings of Oliver and Benji.
- DAYS OF FOOTBALL (2003)
It is the only Spanish film in this list. Comedy about a neighborhood team in true national style. Héctor Alterio, Alberto San Juan and Fernando Tejero are the main protagonists.
- “MARADONA, THE HAND OF GOD" (2007)
The God of football has also been brought to the big screen. The film chronicles the life of excesses of Argentine star, a jewel that football fans should not miss.
- THE DAMNED UNITED (2009)
Certainly a masterpiece of British cinema. In black humor, the controversial history of fatal tells 44 Brian Clough days as coach Leeds United, champion football team at that time.
- THE FOOTBALL FACTORY (2004)
British film that reflects the violence and harshness of the "Hooligans". English declared as the worst nightmare and loaded with social criticism, the film is set in the behavior of the English ultras.
• Bend It Like Beckham (2002)
Jess's parents want me to be a conventional Indian girl, but she just wants to play football like David Beckham. One day, a girl her age, He invites her to join the team local women's football. His parents do not understand why you play football instead of studying law and learn to cook.
. RUDI AND CURSI (2008)
Mexican Carlos Cuaron tells the story of two very different brothers, one singer and aspirations of another player who wish to pursue their dreams and succeed to get out of their dire economic situation.
• THE TRAVELER (1974)
Despite being punished by their parents and teachers, Qasem misbehaves at school. Instead of studying, He spends all day playing football. When he discovers that the national team will play in Tehran, decides to save enough money for the entrance and the bus ticket over there.
. GOAL (2005)
Santiago Munez is a Mexican player fleeing poverty when Newcastle signed for English. He moved to England, leaving his family and poverty for fame and money. It is the first part of the trilogy Goal. The film was made in full collaboration with FIFA. There was 2 Munez more installments where signed for Real Madrid. Both the second and the 3rd part of this trilogy are quite upgradeable.