Bostock's Cup and Bend it Like BeckhamIt's game number four of the Moviefone Football Film World Cup, refreshingly free of dodgy refeering decisions, glaring goalkeeping errors and the constant brain rattling hum of the vuvuzela.

Last Wednesday, Mike Bassett: England Manager played US comedy Kicking & Screaming with the Brit film coming out tops and joining Escape To Victory and The Damned United in the quarter finals.

This week, we're keeping thing light-hearted as the ladies of Bend it Like Beckham take on the old boys of Bostock's Cup. Vote for your favourite after the jump... Bostock's Cup and Bend it Like BeckhamIt's game number four of the Moviefone Football Film World Cup, refreshingly free of dodgy refeering decisions, glaring goalkeeping errors and the constant brain rattling hum of the vuvuzela.

Last week, US comedy Kicking & Screaming took on Brit effort Mike Bassett: England Manager and, despite the American film's best efforts to get the 'soccer ball' in the 'goal sack', they just couldn't beat the English (unlike real life). Anyway, that means Mike Bassett joins Escape To Victory and The Damned United in the quarter finals.

This week, we're keeping thing light-hearted as the ladies of Bend it Like Beckham take on the old boys of Bostock's Cup. As always there can only be one winner and it is up to you to decide by voting below...

Match 4
Bend It Like Beckham vs Bostock's Cup


Bend It Like Beckham (2002)
Sikh girl Jess (Parminder Nagra) rebels against her strict parents by joining a local football team, soon she is fighting against both gender and ethnic stereotyping whilst juggling an increasingly complicated love life after hooking up with the coach (Jonathan Ryhs Meyers) much to the despair of new friend Jukes (Keira Knightley)

Bostock's Cup(1999)
25 years on, a group of players from hapless third division Bostock Stanley gather to remember their victory in the FA Cup back in the 70's. However, during the course of the evening a shocking truth is revealed which changes everything...