Top 5 Must Watch Motivational Movies:
I Am Kalam
I Am Kalam is a 2011 Indian Hindi drama film produced by Smile Foundation and directed by Nila Madhab Panda.
This film is about a poor child Chhotu who is inspired by Former Indian President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and hopes to grow up to be a reputable person like him. While the indispensable tendency for this film is demonstrate the triumph of the kids aspirations by the hands of the President himself. I Am Kalam avoids any such overwhelming depiction and remains rooted.
The Great Debaters
The Great Debaters is a 2007 American biographical drama directed by and starring Denzel Washington. It is based on an article written about the Wiley College debate team by Tony Scherman for the spring 1997 issue of American Legacy.
This movie is the retelling of the genuine story of Melvin B. Tolson, an instructor who inspired his students to challenge Harvard at the debating competition.
The Blind Side
The Blind Side is a 2009 American biographical sports drama film written and directed by John Lee Hancock, based on the 2006 book The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game by Michael Lewis. This story is of kindness and hope and will certainly get you motivated.
The Paper Chase
This movie focuses on the hardworking and studious James T. Hart who faces many challenges during his first year at Harvard. The movie is the perfect one for anyone struggling and finding it difficult to keep the motivation alive.
Based on John Jay Osborn, Jr.’s 1971 novelThe Paper Chase, it tells the story of James Hart, a first-year law student at Harvard Law School, his experiences with Professor Charles Kingsfield, a brilliant and demanding contract law instructor, and Hart’s relationship with Kingsfield’s daughter.
The Theory of Everything
An inspirational film for students not to be missed, especially for physics enthusiasts, isThe Theory of Everything, about the troubled life of Stephen Hawking, a famous physicist and astrophysicist; it is the adaptation for cinema of the biography of the scientist written by his ex-wife Jane Wilde Hawking.
Released in 2014 this British biographical romantic drama is set at Cambridge University and details the life of the theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking.