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Throw Like a Girl
List creator: AKrizman
Created on: July 20, 2003 - 10:14 AM PDT
Description: 9 Title IX titles

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Million Dollar Baby (2004)
  Hilary Swank, whose first starring role in a feature film was as the Next Karate Kid, returns to her roots as boxer in this Oscar winning film.
Love and Basketball (2000)
  Impressive first film from writer/director Gina Prince-Blythewood who smartly emphasises plot over politics, making her point more powerful for its understatement. Sanaa Lathan's character is more multidimensional than just a mouthpiece for a cause.
Bend It Like Beckham (2002)
  The international success of this crowd pleaser bodes well for the future of films featuring women's sports.
A League of Their Own (1992)
  Tells an important chapter in women's sports, and for better and worse, does so in the softest, least challenging way possible.
Girlfight (2000)
  Casting an amateur actor in the lead role was inspired; Michelle Rodriquez' subdued performance reflected a sub-surface intensity that drove an otherwise cliched movie.
2 Seconds (1998)
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  A bicyclist has to overcome her self-doubt and return to competitive racing.
Blue Crush (2002)
  In a refreshingly daring departure from the sports movie formula, the protagonist's rival is not a bigger meaner athlete, but her own fear of failure. See also: the documentary.
Ice Princess (2005)
  Challenges the misconception that Jocks can't be Brains, Brains can't be Jocks, and girls can't be either. This wholesome Disney family movie is a bit too fluffy for anyone over 9 years old, but it's a fine movie to watch with your 9-year-old daughter or niece.
The Bad News Bears (1976)
  Tatum O'Neil's character taught a generation of girls that they don't have to apologize for being competitive.

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