The 2014 NFL Draft is just around the corner and a new sports movie is slated to hit theaters just a month before, prepping football fanatics for this year's picks.
Kevin Costner stars in the film, ironically called Draft Day, that follows a Cleveland Browns general manager (Costner) who tries to end a 13-year unlucky streak in NFL draft picks for the team. There's a lot of pressure in the task, as well as fun and competition, that relays a message of determination in this movie suitable for football and non-football fans. Jennifer Garner and Sean 'Diddy' Combs also star in the new flick, in theaters April 11.
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In the meantime, check out this list of the top football movies:
Remember the Titans (2000)
This football classic stars Denzel Washington, Will Patton and Wood Harris in a true story about an African American coach and his high school's first season as a racially integrated team.
We Are Marshall (2006)
Here, Matthew McConaughey tries to revive school spirit as he plays the coach of a football team that was involved in a plane crash, in which only a handful survived.
Any Given Sunday (1999)
Any Given Sunday depicts the joy and uncertainty in football, plus different forms of leadership and egotism in the game. The star-studded movie features Al pachino, Cameron Diaz, Dennis Quaid, James Woods, Jamie Foxx and LL Cool J.
Friday Night Lights (2004)
Billy Bob Thornton, Jay Hernandez and Derek Luke star in this movie based on a novel by H.G. Bissinger that follows a Texas town's high school powerhouse team whose efforts turn into inspiration for locals.
In this movie about following your dreams no matter the adversities, the main character Rudy joins Notre Dame after being told he was too small to play college football.