Top 10 Best Gymnastics Movies

10. White Palms, 2006
White Palms is a 2006 Hungarian film directed by Szabolcs Hajdu. It was Hungary's submission to the 79th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
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9. Gymkata, 1985
Gymkata is a 1985 martial arts film starring Olympic gymnast Kurt Thomas as Jonathan Cabot, an Olympic gymnast who combines his gymnastic ability with martial arts to enter a deadly competition in a fictional country, Parmistan.
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8. The Gymnast, 2006
The talented Jane Hawkins (Dreya Weber, Lovely & Amazing) was an impressive gymnast at the top of her game until a devastating injury ended her career.
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7. Nadia, 1984
Nadia is a 1984 made-for-television biopic of Olympic gymnast Nadia Comaneci. The film was directed by Alan Cooke.
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6. American Anthem, 1986
merican Anthem is a 1986 American film produced by Lorimar Motion Pictures and released in North America by Columbia Pictures. It was directed by Albert Magnoli, and starred Mitch Gaylord and Janet Jones.
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5. Peaceful Warrior, 2006
Peaceful Warrior is a 2006 drama film directed by Victor Salva and written by Kevin Bernhardt based on the novel Way of the Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman. Set at U.C.
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4. Spitfire, 1995
A sultry assassin is the target of two separate operatives in this globe-trotting action flick shot on location in the Bahamas, Athens, Rome and Hong Kong.

3. Bring It On, 2000
Bring It On is a 2000 teen comedy film that was directed by Peyton Reed & Jim Rowley and written by Jessica Bendinger & Stephen White.
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2. Perfect Body, 1997
Perfect Body is a 1997 American drama film about a young gymnast who develops an eating disorder. It originally aired on NBC on September 8, 1997. It has since aired on Lifetime and ABC Family and been released on DVD.
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1. Stick It, 2006
Stick It is an American teen comedy-drama film starring Jeff Bridges, Missy Peregrym, and Vanessa Lengies. It was written and directed by Jessica Bendinger, writer of Bring It On; the film marks her directorial debut.
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