In real-life, Goldie Hawn probably wouldn’t be too great of a football coach. However, in Wildcats, she not only becomes a high school head coach, but her team also qualifies for the city championship. And she does it all at an inner-city high school where most of the student’s school pictures are mug shots.

Of course, Hawn’s team triumphs over all by winning the game despite being down big at halftime, which came as a shock to no one. Thankfully, the game is extremely entertaining while it lasts. Also noteworthy: Wildcats is the big-screen debut of both Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes, who later starred in another sports movie classic, White Men Can't Jump, together.