TOP 10 INSPIRATIONAL MOVIES
Everyone may identify with the feeling of being fully depleted of energy. You’ve run out of energy and there’s nothing worthwhile to do! Aside from putting on a movie and getting cozy on the couch, there’s nothing better.
So why not make hay while the sun shines? If you want to wake up and do something with your life, watch a really motivating movie.
1. Forrest Gump. Who doesn’t enjoy this classic film about a young man who rises above adversity to lead a regular and inspiring life? You won’t want to see another movie after seeing this one.
2. Remember the Titans. A time when integration into the educational system was new and unwelcome and football was more important than Christmas is depicted in one of my all-time favorite films. The football team underwent a major overhaul after the integration of an all-black school with an all-white school. People weren’t pleased, either.
3. Blind Side. This uplifting film, based on a true story, made a significant contribution to the recognition of football’s underutilized ability. A homeless high schooler’s life is transformed when he is adopted by a generous and wealthy family.
4. Rush. Another film based on a true story: James Hunt and Niki Lauda’s tale from the 1970s. Rivalry between two Formula One racers that rivals any other. With each race, they’re forced to maintain their mental toughness while the ladies in their lives are left in a state of fear.
5. Life of Pi. A young man’s journey to Canada from India after his ship sinks is the subject of this moving film. As a lone survivor, he fights against the seas, ocean life, and starvation. – On a solitary lifeboat with a Bengal tiger as the only companion.
6. Freedom Writers. A genuine story, racism, gangs, and brutality all rolled into one. Using the perspective of a motivational speaker, the narrative of a white high school English teacher who accepts the challenge of teaching a gang-infested class is told. She encourages them to tackle their own difficulties and succeed in school and in life. All it took was handing them a notebook.
7. 127 Hours. Utah’s most secluded canyon was the destination of his choice. As Aron Ralston lay imprisoned behind the rock for 127 hours with no way out but to amputate his own limb, he had no idea what was about to happen to him. As he contemplated his imminent demise.
8. Million Dollar Baby. She aspired to lead the group. The idea of being tough appealed to her. An LA veteran boxing trainer, Frankie Dunn, was usually reluctant to accept Maggie Fitzgerald. Her entire world would be turned upside down.
9. Gravity. A single woman Trapped in a void with no hope of ever returning to Earth. From where I’m sitting, it seems like an eternity ago. I guarantee you’ll feel less accomplished and more compelled to do something about it after seeing this.
10. The Shawshank Redemption. It’s difficult to accept being accused of killings you didn’t commit. Living in a violent prison isn’t exactly a boon to one’s mental health. The convict Red becomes Andy Defresne’s best friend. He adjusts well to his new, harsh circumstances and even lends a hand to the warden.. This timeless film is a must-see on any list of motivational flicks.