This made-for-TV sports drama provides some feelgood family entertainment for the sports fan.
The awesome surfing documentary, Storm Surfers 3D, arrives on Blu-ray 3D/2D, and is every bit as enjoyable at home as it was in theatres.
Venus and Serena is one of the most inspiring sports documentaries you’ll ever see.
42 is suffers from platitudes on race and character archetypes and fails to give any insight into the real Jackie Robinson or Branch Rickey.
Unless you’re a Baltimore Ravens fans, this Road to SuperBowl XLVII isn’t worth the outrageous price tag.
As one of my all time favorite baseball films, Fox’s The Sandlot is one I can easily is worth adding to your collection.
Fans of the team, rest assure that the NFL has put together a solid disc for your Baltimore Ravens – one that ultimately culminated with a victory at Super Bowl XLVII.
Trouble with the Curve moves along about as slowly as a low-scoring baseball game, and the misused performances from Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams only serve to make it a middling comedy/drama. Rent first.
Baseball is America’s favorite for a reason, one of which is defined by A&E’s San Francisco Giants 2012 World Series Blu-ray set.
This ’90s sports classic tells a tale worth remembering with humor, charm, and strong performances from Geena Davis and Tom Hanks.