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You Would Think: Top Ten Sports Movies
Mike Giletto - Jul 24, 2018

Summer is well and truly upon us here at You Would Think. It is officially list season, and we kick things off today with Mike’s list of the top ten sports movies of all time. Without too many spoilers, there are boxing movies, baseball movies, and, of course, hockey movies on Mike’s list. Okay, okay, […]



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