Films depicting lives ranging from MLK's, to Hitler's, Jimi Hendrix's, and Muhammad Ali's. If you're interested in diving in to some of the 'great-men' and women who have shaped history then look no further.
Check out these heavyweight flicks based on the lives of some of history's greatest champs, including "Irish" Micky Ward in 'The Fighter', Rubin Carter in 'The Hurricane', and Muhammad Ali in the appropriately titled 'Ali'!
Documentaries and dramatizations of Black men and women who overcame systemic racism to achieve remarkable accomplishments in politics, business, science, the military, law, the arts, entertainment, and sports.
This list can only make us dread the inevitable biopic of Floyd "Money" Mayweather, played by a yappy Kevin Hart. But until that day this list consists solely of great biographical gems: some modern, like 'The Express', some undisputed classics, like 'Raging Bull'.
Whether you're looking for pointers on how to keep the bullies off your back, or just a quality sports drama with a bit of grit to it, make sure to check out our collection of the very best 14 post-millennial boxing movies, including Eastwood's challenging modern classic 'Million Dollar Baby'. 14 wins, no draws, no losses.
Political activist, hero to millions of young people around the world, and the greatest heavyweight boxer of all time--What's my Name and When We Were Kings are not to be missed--special bonus we've included Ali-themed dramas.