Nowadays, it is not difficult to screen a film. We have projectors and displays in our smart classrooms. Here are some inspiring and informative Hollywood films that might inspire students in schools and universities alike. These instill in pupils the importance of hard effort and adequate education.
Forrest Gump (1997)
This Tom Hanks film depicts the inspiring story of a man with a low IQ who accomplishes many amazing things. He receives the Medal of Honor for valor, becomes an outstanding Ping Pong player, inspires Elvis Presley’s famous dance, and gets money by selling shrimp. Every kid should see this incredibly motivating narrative. Nothing is impossible if you are willing enough, according to the film. In the film, there is a famous line: “Mama always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you are gonna get”.
Life of Pi (2012)
The narrative centers around the life of Pi Patel, a 16-year-old Hindu who practices all three religions for the love of God. The video tells the boy’s life tale as told to a novelist about how he survived a shipwreck and was marooned in the Pacific Ocean in a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger for company. When forced into a corner, the video will educate students on how to recognize hidden strengths.
The Blind Side (2009)
It is based on the true tale of Michael Oher, who was adopted by the Tuohys, a caring and supporting family. Leigh Anne Tuohy and her husband Sean offer him refuge for the day and welcome him for an indefinite stay.
The Pursuit of Happiness (2006)
The Pursuit of Happyness is a 2006 American biographical drama film directed by Gabriele Muccino based on the life of entrepreneur Chris Gardner. Will Smith plays Gardner in this film, who rises from being a homeless salesman to owning a brokerage business by sheer drive and will force.
The narrative is set on Mount Everest and recalls the disaster that occurred there in 1996. Two expedition parties struggle for survival as they confront problems both ascending and descending. The clip depicts extreme risk as well as the excitement of being able to observe the trek up Everest. The film depicts how, in reality, things do not always go as planned or as depicted in happy-ending movies.
Freedom Writers (2007)
“Freedom Writers” is an uplifting film about a young teacher who motivates her troubled students to continue their education after high school. She must deal with at-risk pupils who are split among themselves, opposing instructors, a failing marriage, and a financial crisis. Students who see this film will undoubtedly regard their teachers in a new way.
Theory of Everything (2014)
This film tells the tale of Stephen Hawking, the world’s best cosmologist and physicist. He discovers, as a great student of Astrophysics, that he has motor neuron disease. Doctors estimate he has only two years to live. Despite this, he defied medical projections and lived to be 76 years old. During this time, he rose to prominence as a result of his outstanding contributions to the fields of cosmology and physics. This film is motivating for all pupils, especially those with special needs. There is literally no limit to what you can accomplish with what you have.
The Social Network (2010)
This Inspirational Hollywood movie shows the journey of Mark Zuckerberg from a Harvard student to a multi-millionaire is really an inspiring one for everyone; it might inspire you to become an awesome genius like the man himself. The Social Network tells that every student can turn their dream into reality.
The Intern (2015)
Starting a new work can be a daunting task, especially if you are already retired. Ben Whittaker (Robert De Niro), a 70-year-old widower, seizes the opportunity to become a senior intern at an online fashion site in order to get back into the game. Ben quickly gains popularity among his younger coworkers, especially Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway), the company’s manager and creator. Whittaker’s charisma, knowledge, and sense of humour assist him in forming a particular relationship and growing friendship with Jules. This movie is a must watch for the youth as they need to understand that age is no limitation towards making our dreams come true.