Same for me. I attribute it to much better trajectory, spin, a bit of de-lofting due to better shaft lean, and of course sweet spot. In my case it feels more like going down to 30% which is probably closer to actually 70% whereas my typical 80% is more like 110% because I just get very tense and muscled-up over the ball.
Football: A tough one. Though Invincible was pretty good. I'll go with The Replacements. I just enjoy watching this movie.
Baseball: I am going with a childhood favorite, The Sandlot. Though this category might have the most better sports movies.
Basketball: Coach Carter though the movie about pistol Pete was good.
Hockey: I'm going to ripped for this, but I never really watched many hockey movies. I'm going to one's I watched as a kid. The Mighty Ducks.
Soccer: Same as hockey, so I go with The Big Green.
Auto Racing: The Fast and the Furious
Golf: Caddyshack, it never gets old. I did like the Bobby Jones movie.
I serve as our Pace of Play leader at my club. The largest contributing factor to slow play is not being ready to play. Meaning you wait to get a distance for a shot or debate what club.
Message..play ready golf.
Of course there's going to be more beer cans than water bottles in the trash, people refill water bottles on the course. I didn't see anything in this thread that even suggested alcohol was responsible for slow play. Maybe your experiences have been different from mine but I don't think I've ever seen slow play that was caused by people being drunk on the course.