I’ve been to see a few inspirational movies lately, and in my opinion, they are just that… inspirational. There’s one particular movie that I really can’t put into words. I can’t even pretend to explain it, it was so good.
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Movies are released every month, and recently I got a chance to watch some inspiring movies that came out at some point in 2016.
5 Movies That Taught Me Valuable Life Lessons
I hope this list has taught you some valuable life lessons.
– It is better to be a pessimist than to be an optimist.
– It is better to plan than to hope.
– You are never too old to learn or to change.
– It is better to do what you want to and live than to live what you want to do.
If you’re going to be stuck in a room reading, I’d avoid reading directly above the paragraphs, because you’ll skip through the entire section.
Lucy (Share Your Knowledge With the World)
It’s a bit weird that it only came out last year, but it was still an experience. I enjoyed the film and the lessons were all well and good. The action sequences were fun too, but I don’t really remember too much of it. The first act was a little boring at times, but then again, it was about the love story between the two main characters, so at least it was well written.
Yes and no.
In the film, Lucy is forced into transporting a new batch of a drug (which is supposedly synthetic GH4) across country, inside her stomach. An accident causes the powder to fuse with the blood cells inside her body, and the effects are phenomenal.
Lucy’s blood cells are now so bloated they can’t move, and she becomes the only living thing in the universe.
She is able to access 100% of her brain’s capacity as time goes on, even though it takes a while for her to reach it.
With all that power and technology she’s got, she finds herself in a complete state of bewilderment, as to what to do with all of this newfound knowledge.
The two have previously worked together on the film Million Dollar Baby.
That is a valuable life lesson I learnt from this movie in that the purpose of information and knowledge is to pass it on to others – specifically the next generation.
If we don’t pass on the value of the world, it will die with us and not pass on to future generations. In order for them to learn more about the world and help the human race to grow.
The film is a great one, especially if you like the next film on this list. It has a completely different message, and has a similar story as The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty.
Limitless (Every Shortcut Has A Downfall)
So the guy in question starts taking drugs regularly for the first time in his life, going on a stock market rampage to make money. He buys a million-dollar apartment. He dresses the way he normally dresses.
Then he remembers the reason he started taking the drug in the first place and is horrified to find that it makes you lose your mind.
This was an old rule followed by the ancient Greeks. The ones who knew how to live wisely did not bother about how to live, but instead lived wisely. This was a great philosophy of life that was followed by the Greek philosophers.
So, the answer to your question is: the brainpower that drugs unlock is a dead end. It isn’t valuable to the brain as a whole. It’s not going to make you smarter, or happier, or more efficient, it is just going to make it easier for you to do whatever you already wanted to do. It’s worth trying, but you can’t count on it.
Pursuit of Happyness (Initial Circumstances Don’t Determine Your Outcome)
This is a film about a man who lost everything during a financial crisis, and that he had to move to a small town in order to make a living.
Chris decided to have an unpaid internship because he was behind on his rent, behind on his bills, he was having relationship issues and his girlfriend was breaking up with him.
But then one day, a man called out the words that would change his life forever. He was on the verge of suicide when a miracle happened.
After leaving the internship, Chris was given a job managing a large number of deals, some of which were worth multi-million dollars. From managing projects and closing deals, he went to the position of managing people and helping to keep the company running smoothly.
The important lesson is that you need to have a strategy to grow a new business.
The most valuable life lesson on which I learnt from The Pursuit of Happyness is that your initial circumstances don’t determine your outcome. If your determined to be successful, and give it your all, you can live your dreams.
The Giver (We Need to Accept the Bad With the Good)
The main characters are all old people. They’re trying to maintain a balance between the emotions and memories of the people.
I see it as a curse. It does not allow us to feel human emotions. It is a way for them to avoid those emotions, and to not feel them.
A boy, who’s a reincarnated version of the receiver’s ancestor, ends up being the one that receives the memories from an elder.
They have tried to block out people in life and so they have created a place of peace where you will not be harmed. The boy sets out to change this and breaks the rules in an attempt to bring back all the memories to the people within the community.
The differences between the two sentences are pretty small. While the original is still grammatically correct, the paraphrase has taken the original verb “block out” and replaced it with “block”. The paraphrase also replaced pronouns with antecedents.
to have fun, to laugh, to love.
In the movie Amelie, the protagonist is a lonely and shy but cheerful young woman, who starts developing a relationship with a handsome and sophisticated old woman, who becomes her best friend and takes her on her first trip.
What we have to have a better world is to accept the bad with the good of the world.
Walter Mitty (All Visions Can Become Reality)
Walter Mitty is a shy man who worked at the same job for all of his life. He often zones out and starts fantasizing about amazing things happening around him. But they’re only ever fantasies.
He goes to work and goes to a restaurant where he notices a girl that he likes at work. He goes to the website and puts on his profile that he likes to cook and is good at singing.
When an important photograph that he took at work is missing, he takes his camera and goes on a journey to find out what happened to the photo.
Instead, the writer does not experience the spiritual life changing experience that he is seeking. He only does a little to no deep-diving and he has no spiritual life changing experience.
His life took a turn after his travels in the Himalayan region. While in the region, his dreams of traveling to more exotic places began to come to life.
The most valuable lesson within this story was: when you are finally ready, you should go for your dreams. It isn’t just for yourself that you need to do this. You have to be loyal to your family and friends. If they are ready then this means that you are ready as well.
These films are really fun to watch, and they really leave you thinking. They really leave you speechless, and are great for those who are thinking about the world around them.
If you enjoyed this list of inspirational movies, then you might like a more comprehensive list of movies that inspire me. In theory, the above should be added to that list if it’s not on there already.
Not really, but I’m sure that they were all amazing.
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