Best Inspirational Movies : Motivational films you must not miss
♦ Social Network (2010)
David Fincher has beautifully portrayed Real life tale of Life, Friendship and Betrayal. Fincher has beautifully managed to show uprising of Mark Zuckerberg and his social network. Not to be missed by Movie Maniacs or Tech enthusiasts.
♦ October Sky (1999)
October Sky is a film which hits close to your heart, lift up your spirit and fill up your mind with vivid imagination. I enjoyed watching this movie and found it to be very inspirational.
♦ The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
If there’s anything besides air, food and water with which you can’t live without its hope. And this cinema is a classic piece of art which tells the best story about dreams and hope. No wonder The Shawshank Redemption is on top of imdb for 20 years now!
♦ The Pursuit of Happiness (2006)
Pursuit of Happiness is a movie which makes you believe. It’s a roller coaster ride of a man’s life and his son. While watching this movie, I laughed, I cried, I enjoyed and when the film ended I felt good. The Persuit of Happyness has Will Smith’s great performance and an inspiring story.
♦ Seven Pounds (2008)
Will Smith delivers another extraordinary performance in Seven Pounds. It’s a simple film that keeps you guessing, makes you cry and inspires you.
♦ Rush (2013)
This film shows that rivalry is good. Rush is an inspiring tale about honor, enmity and courage filled with intense performances.
♦ The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
Dicaprio gives carrier best performance in The Wolf of Wall Street. From the director who made Goodfellas, we can only expect movie this good. Don’t follow critisims and give this movie a try. A movie worth watching!
♦ A beautiful mind (2001)
A beautiful mindis beautifully written, acted and directed. Inspiring in it’s own aspect. Watch Good Will Hunting if you liked this one.
♦ Into the Wild (2007)
Written and directed by Sean Penn, this movie is beautiful, deep, true, adventurous, sad, occasionally funny, real, at times very touching. Based on a real-life novel, Into the Wild is one of the best movies I’ve ever seen.
♦ Kung fu Panda (2008)
DreamWorks has delivered many classic animated movies and this one is simply one of them. No matter how old you are Kung fu Panda will entertain you and make you think at the same time.
♦ Forrest Gump (1994)
Tom hanks has delivered brilliant performance in the film. No wonder he won Oscar for this role. Forrest Gump is a masterpiece, a movie that will continue to inspire. There’s fascinating portrayal of friendship, love, courage and determination in the film.
♦ Warrior (2011)
Warrior is interpretative, inspirational and definitely worth seeing! Family feuds, financial difficulties, illness, loss, substance abuse, War, are all common issues within society. By supplementing these themes into the characters story arc the narrative creates an extra powerful new dimension that many viewers can relate to in some way. Nolte’s and Hardy’s performances are exceptional. Enjoy this roller coaster ride of two brothers!
♦ Life is beautiful (1997)
Life is beautiful is a film about optimism, courage, inner strength and mostly about love. There’s a balance of hysterical comedy and serious drama. Give it a try and I’m sure you’ll like it.
♦ The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
For me, I liked this part better than the 2nd one in trilogy. The Dark knight Rises delivers most important moral in life that is, breaking down and then rising up once again in an engaging way! The perfect ending for the awesome trilogy. All credit to Nolan Brothers and team!
♦ Rocky (1976)
This movie revolves around poor boxer whose life changes when he receives an invitation from the heavyweight champ Apollo Creed. Rocky is about romance, drama and fight which make you want to work harder and never give up.
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