It is very difficult to change someone’s perspective and their way of looking at the world. But there are some films which have to do so. With an awesome story, plot, cinematography and acting skills. These films and the manpower behind them inspired us to look at the world from a completely different perspective.
Here is a list of movies that apparently changed the way most of us see the world:
1. in forest – 2007
The film is a shaded version of the novel by John Krakauer titled. The film is based on freedom, living one’s life and feeling it all at once. The film proved to be a super hit with beautiful quotes and a very meaningful plot.
2. the Truman Show – nineteen ninety eight
Imagine that your entire life after you were born is documented on a reality TV show. The film is based on the same plot. After getting exhausted from the life of reality shows, he finally runs away from that life.
3. Crash – 2004
We often judge people without knowing them properly. This movie will teach you why you shouldn’t do this. Pulling us back to reality and the behind-the-scenes of our lives. The aftermath of the film is one of the major conspiracies of the 9/11 attacks.
4. Forrest Gump – 1994
From being handicapped to being the fastest runner. From knowing the girl he loves to marrying the same girl. Even though the girl broke his heart, as he died soon after his marriage. The story simply brought tears to the eyes of the audience. Bullied, mocked, Forrest Gump never gave up. He stood up for what he felt was right. He was sure of what he was doing. The film portrays life, love, joy, happiness loosely. Making us feel incredibly grateful for what we have.
5. The Shawshank Redemption – 1994
The story of Annie and her 19-year prison sentence. It depicts a strong story of friendship and team bond. The story ends not only with Andy’s escape. But also the redemption of his friend, Red. This story is very inspiring and uplifting.
6. Life is beautiful – 1997
The plot is similar to Wonderful Life. But as the title suggests, the film shows the same. The good thing about life and how to be happy without any hindrances. To provide a good life to your loved ones too.
7. life of Pi – 2012
I don’t know about you, but getting stuck with a hyena, orangutan, and tiger sounds like a plan to me. Obviously, if they are friendly and not cruel. The film depicts the connection with humanity, kindness and most importantly, nature. Not only is the film very inspiring and entertaining, but the visuals are also definitely a treat for the eyes.
8. dead Poets Society – 1989
Importance of a good teacher. Mr. Keating becomes a good teacher at a boy’s school. He stresses the importance of loving what he does. He does not believe in bookish knowledge. He teaches us all, “Seize the day, carpe diem” This movie is a must watch if you are someone who has an utter passion for literature.
9. waking life – 2001
Mostly based on philosophical material. The best and very unusual fact is that the hero is anonymous. The soundtrack gives a very eerie feel, which keeps the reader very curious and curious. Although it is an animated film, it has to be one of the masterpieces on this complete list.
10. Wild – 2014
The film is a shaded version of Cheryl Strayed’s bestselling memoir, Wild. The film is loosely based on human emotions, freedom and getting what one wants by trying. It focuses on the importance of the power of the human spirit.
1 1 pay it Forward – 2000
An 11 year old boy who learns about the importance of kindness and compassion. While he learns about his project he learns that the real world is different. This is a film that will make you yearn for a better world. The world is really kind and not as selfish as the world we live in now.
12. fight Club – 1999
The ugly side of the world and the people who live in it. The plot is based on how dark comedy can mess with a person’s head. How it can affect you mentally and physically. The film is a roller coaster ride, filled with emotions.
13. eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – 2004
As the name suggests, the story is based on exactly that. It is a love story, did not fail to portray human emotions. The couple will walk you through everything in their lives, joys, pains of loss, disappointments. It feels like you are a part of his life too. The heartache felt in this film is terrifying.
14. (500 days of Summer – 2009
A boy meets a girl and the story gets rolling. But surprisingly, this is not a love story. The hero breaks up with his girlfriend. After that, he began to evaluate his experience and memories with him. Slowly he realizes that she was not meant for him. It teaches us that, often because of love, we forget the opposition in a person. We accept whatever they throw at us, because “they are our person”.
15. seven years in tibet – 1997
Focusing on spirituality, Brad Pitt stole the show. How important is it to be connected to your soul mate and how important is it to know what you are doing and what you want? Learning a lesson from the young Dalai Lama, the film made a huge impact on the audience based on its spiritual awakening.
16. the Kings of summer – 2013
Love, friendship, drama, all this is included in the film. Although the theme feels light and very basic. The moral and implications of this are enormous. Especially among teenagers, as the film is completely based on the same theme plots.
Whenever we feel like giving up, we feel that things are not with it. Watching these movies can really help lift your mood. Plus, if you want to watch some emotional movie then you know what to watch. Chin up! Here is a reminder that this will pass.