Murderball is a new movie to put on your "must see" list. It's about wheelchair rugby, a rough-and-tumble sport played by quadriplegics. That may sound like an oxymoron, but once you've seen wheelchair rugby, you'll understand the word quadriplegic in a different way.
I covered wheelchair rugby at the 1996 Paralympic Games in Atlanta, and have interviewed rugby players for various wheelchair sports stories along the way. It's an irresistible sport - fast, aggressive, strategic. It also happens to be Canadian in origin. The Canuck quads who dreamt it up called in Murderball, hence the name of the movie.
The New York Times reviewed it yesterday, and some photos of the sport here, here and here.