Feeling low? Get rid of low moods with these Oscar-won motivational movies.
The film Bohemian Rhapsody honors the classical music band the Queen and their remarkable lead vocalist Freddie Mercury. Queen’s spectacular rise in the 1970s was fueled by the band’s innovative sound and hit songs. He defied expectations to become one of the most beloved performers of all time. The most famous one of Freddie’s reunion with Queen is the performance of rock ‘n’ roll that was enrolled in charity services. Altogether, this is a positive, motivational movie with memorable goosebumps moments.
The Social Network.
Hello Facebook users! The Social Network is based on the book The Accidental Billionaires. In 2003, Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg), a Harvard freshman and computer nerd begins work on a revolutionary concept that will eventually become the global social network known as Facebook. Six years later, he is one of the world’s youngest millionaires, but his remarkable success brings both personal and legal issues when he is named in two lawsuits, one of which involves a former acquaintance (Andrew Garfield). Get motivated by the amazing success of Mark over his struggles and obstacles.
A Beautiful Mind
A biographical drama based on Sylvia Nasar’s A Beautiful Mind, which was influenced by the events in the life of John Forbes Nash Jr. Nash is a man who had been at the level of a celebrity and been towards the depths of depravity. He was a mathematical prodigy who, early in his career, was on the verge of international fame through his amazing discovery. Nash was both attractive and arrogant but quickly found himself on a hard and grueling path of self-discovery. This motivational biography is worth your popcorn time.
If you are a fan of Sherlock Holmes, then this movie will not be a disappointment. In 1939, the newly formed British intelligence organization MI6 recruits Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch), a Cambridge mathematics alumnus, to crack Nazi codes. Operation Enigma had been considered impenetrable to decode. Turing’s crew, which includes Joan Clarke (Keira Knightley), deciphers Enigma communications through Turing’s newly found machine. Turing and his team eventually succeed and become heroes, but the quiet genius suffers humiliation in 1952 when authorities discover his sexuality and sentence him to prison. The character development of Turing is very relatable and motivational.
The Theory of Everything
The life of Stephen Hawkings is a big motivation to people beyond cosmos premises. The story of Hawkings and quantum physics and relativity is familiar to many. As his self-esteem reached fame in physics, Hawking’s body failed to support him. This movie explains the struggles of Hawkings and his supportive wife through amazing visuals and acting.
Gone with the Wind
Gone with the Wind depicts reality during the American Civil war. The theme and the character representations may be objectionable and troublesome to modern audiences. Yet, this classical blockbuster is a romantic depiction of the effects of post-war and war horrors. The life of Scarlett O’Hara and her stronghold will motivate the inner positivity in everyone.
The Sound of Music
Another vintage optimism drama to provoke a positive vibe in you. This movie is a heartwarming story of the Von Trapp family singers. They were one of the famous singers during the period of world war 2. The governess Austrian abbey infuses a fresh passion for life and music into the family of a widowed navy captain with seven children. Thus, music influenced a great change in the life of everyone and might change yours as well.