White Captivity, 2005
“White Captivity is a movie starring Paul Walker that tells a touching story of a friendship. Between a man and a dog. The film is set in Antarctica where a powerful storm forced the station to evacuate, leaving eight sled dogs behind. The picture is based on a true story that happened to the Japanese expedition in February 1958. Then the scientists had to leave 15 dogs with a week’s supply of food. When a member of the expedition returned in 1959, he found two surviving dogs. These two dogs are considered national heroes in Japan and their bodies are preserved in Japanese universities.
Peaceful Warrior, 2006
Based on Dan Millman’s autobiographical book, The Way of the Peaceful Warrior. This film tells the story of a talented but arrogant gymnast who dreams of the Olympics. A terrible accident nearly put an end to his career and his dream. In a way, “The Peaceful Warrior” is a film parable. It teaches everyone something different, but the main thing is to understand what it teaches you.
The Invisible Side, 2009
One of the best films of 2009, winning Sandra Bullock her first Oscar (and maybe even Julia Roberts. The main contender for the role). In fact, the film’s plot revolves primarily around Michael Oher, a professional American soccer player. Oher was born into a dysfunctional family, all his childhood he spend in one and other foster families. Until finally the couple Lianne and Sean Tuohy offered him to live with them. The story is like some kind of miracle. However, An ordinary black guy from a drug-addicted environment becomes an extraordinary man with an extraordinary destiny. He did not need to possess any superpowers, but simply. To trust the kindness of people who sincerely wanted to help him get out of the vicious circle of social injustice.
United Munich Tragedy, 2011
Since, In 1958, the world’s terrible news was rocked. Because Members of the legendary Manchester United soccer team was kill in a plane crash in Germany. They predicted a fantastic future, but the plane crash at Munich airport crossed the line. Director James Strong doesn’t document all the details of the disaster itself but tells the story of how the now great soccer club was reborn bit by bit. “United. The Munich Tragedy” is not just a film about soccer, it is a film about a spirit that cannot be broken.
The Man Who Changed Everything, 2011
The film tells the story of the general manager of a baseball team who does everything. He can break it through. However, After a series of losses and the departure of his strongest players, Billy Boone, the manager’s name, decides to create. A competitive baseball team despite the odds. “The Man Who Changed Everything” is a picture about not giving up, even if you lose first. The man who breaks through the wall first always hits the most bumps.”
Find Out More:-