Race relations, homelessness, self-discovery football is hardly the central storyline in Sandra Bullock’s tearjerker about a troubled youth who blossoms in the hands of a well-to-do family. And it seems that the something-for-everyone plotline which had both men and women flocking to theaters last fall certainly helped with its box-office numbers: The film hauled in more than $250 million. Kate Ward
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''The Blind Side,'' now out on DVD, scored big with female moviegoers (and scored Sandra Bullock an Oscar), but it's not in a league of its own; see why ''The Rookie,'' ''Bend It Like Beckham,'' ''Hoosiers,'' and ''The Cutting Edge'' are ''chick flicks''