Check the list of 5 Films that will inspire you to pursue engineering:
- Good Will Hunting
Released in 1997, Good Will Hunting includes all-time favourite actors like Robin Williams, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Stellan Skarsgard.
This American piece was written by Affleck and Matt Damon. Matt Damon played the role of a 20-year old young man. In the movie he is gifted with high potential in mathematics and chemistry but doesn’t realize what his potential can turn him into.
The movie will inspire the students to discover hidden talents within themselves.
This particular movie was made for engineers, by engineers.
Esquire critic Mike D’Angelo stated, “anybody who claims he fully understands what’s going on in Primer after seeing it just once is either a savant or a liar.”
Produced for only $7,000 dollars, the film uses a new plot structure to chronicle the accidental discovery of time travel by two small time hardware engineers working out of a garage. Before long, their use of the invention has spun out of control, and they must contend with the very real, very serious consequences of their world-shattering discovery.
- Ex Machina
If you are looking for some Artificial Intelligence gone wrong sci-fi, then Ex Machina is the best choice.
The plot is basically one big Turing Test, making use of the fictional discovery of ‘strong AI’ to search the essential motive that supports all social interaction. The cinematography is breathtaking. The film is shot in a far off hotel in Norway. It highlights the power of software developers to create something extraordinary as well as the responsibility that comes with it.
- 3 Idiots
3 Idiots is an Indian comedy drama movie directed, edited and co-written by Rajkumar Hirani and produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra.
This film is an adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s novel “Five Point Someone”.
It’s a creditable watch for engineering students. The film is about three students who wished to pursue something else in their career, but tragically joined engineering institute because of peer pressure.
- The Social Network
The Social Network is an American drama film written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by David Fincher in 2010.
The journey of Mark Zuckerberg from a Harvard student to a multi-millionaire is really an inspirational watch for everyone; it might motivate you to become a remarkable virtuoso like the man himself. The film depicts how each student can turn their dream into reality through hard work and sincerity.