I think two points make the movie more outstanding than other sporting movies. The first is Eddie himself. He was weak and near-sighted, and was the least-likely sportsman in the Olympics. Yet, he was brave and loyal to his own belief: to be part of the Olympics. He tumbled and struggled, and finally stood in the Olympic team no matter how his own team partners made fun of him. The other point is the Olympic background for Eddie. The essence of Olympics is to take part, not to win(I don't say that to win is unimportant). Eddie established a very good example for it when he finally ski-jumped down from the highest stage. He was no longer Eddie himself, he became an eagle and an icon for the Olympics.
Every dog has its day. Do Never give up. Be loyal to your own belief.
Eddie Edwards: I've been kicked off every team before I even got a chance to prove myself.
Director: Dexter Fletcher
Stars: Taron Egerton, Hugh Jackman