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best football film

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by MKFox, Jun 9, 2003.


best football film

  1. ID

  2. Escape to victory

  3. Jimmy Grimble

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  4. Mike Bassett

    0 vote(s)
  5. bend it like Beckham

    0 vote(s)
  6. When saturday Comes

    0 vote(s)
  7. Mean Machine

    0 vote(s)
  8. Gregories Girl

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  1. MKFox

    MKFox New Member

  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous New Member

    jimmy grimble was quaint in a billy's boots/ boys own way.

    but the list is a bit confusing, footy/ footy violence.

    on the footy violence front, there's only one, gary oldman in the firm,even steve mcfadden(phil mitchell) get's a cameo role

    i.d. isn't even in the same league imho.
  3. cornishsoulfox

    cornishsoulfox New Member

    sorry forgot to log in :oops: that was me.
    the firm top film :D
  4. Robsdee

    Robsdee Member

    Best footie film must be 'Fever Pitch', brill film even it was about the gooners. Emotion common to all fans
  5. webmaster

    webmaster Moderator

    "The Arsenal Stadium Mystery" has just started on channel 4. A player has just been murdered during the match, Scotland Yard are on the case so no doubt they'll get their man.
  6. Listy

    Listy New Member

    Up The Arse!

    yes, I'll go along with the Arse Stadium mystery. Saw it years ago. Made in the '30's I think. Reckon the whole team are having a pipe or ciggie at half time.
  7. pds

    pds Active Member

    forgot about fever pitch but yes that was a very good film, it would probably be my favourite but would be a lot better if leicester not arsenal took the lead role.
  8. pds

    pds Active Member

    mike basset is god aswell
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous New Member

    forgot the firm, spot on cornish

    i really cannot believe that mike bassett has so many votes.
    it has to be one of the worst and least amusing films in silver screen history.
  10. MKFox

    MKFox New Member

    oops :oops:
  11. trickytrev

    trickytrev New Member

  12. soul fox

    soul fox New Member

    The Firm is a f*c***g cracker..no doubt...but "Escape to Victory" is a brilliant mix of bad acting (Mike Summerbee is quality ..unlike his son), massivley implausible footy action, Stallone as the archetypal "dodgy keeper", hilarious crowd scenes and a strange Ipswich prescence (I bet it's No.1 Footy film of all time with the Tractor Boys) mixed with a WWII escape story line...I've always liked Colditz and the Wooden Horse... or maybe I should leave the Rizlas alone?

  13. soul fox

    soul fox New Member

    Just seen the poll result to date...don't let Mike Basset win..much as you wouldn't want Harry Basset to still be in charge...

    it'd be a joke :!:
  14. MKFox

    MKFox New Member

    very disappointed that mike bassett won

    it was a great film.......
    apart from the plot, acting, script and comedy value
  15. MKFox

    MKFox New Member

    and who voted for gregory's bloody girl?????
    the world's gone mad!!!
  16. trickytrev

    trickytrev New Member

    it has been said before nut fever pitch is the best football film and was not in the vote
  17. MKFox

    MKFox New Member

    i missed the firm too

    but i still want to know who voted for gregory's girl????????

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