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10 Movies That Will Change Your Life In An Inspiring Way

Forget the critics, nice movies with an inspirational theme certainly leaves a long lasting impression on the viewer. In this list, We’ve chosen ten remarkable inspirational films, from Academy award winner to cult favorites… they’re a certainly worth watching.

Of course, we know you can find thousands of lists on the internet, therefore We have picked movies and films you might haven’t seen before or the ones which may have slipped your mind. Which makes us say that, don’t get disappointed when you don’t find films like Shawshank Redemption or Forrest Gump on our list. However, the remarkable films we’re offering should make it up for it indeed..!!

1# Amadeus (1984)

This wonderful American period drama film directed by Miloš Forman is based on  Peter Shaffer from his stage play Amadeus. The incredible story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart boasts fine performances and really exceptional music.

“This was a music I’d never heard. Filled with such longing, such unfulfillable longing.” A description of Mozart’s music.

2# The Madness of King George (1994)

THE MADNESS OF KING GEORGE, Nigel Hawthorne, John Wood, 1994, (c) Samuel Goldwyn

The real story of King George III of England’s as he starts losing his mind, and the political and royal back stabbing, and calling of Revolutionary medical man Dr. Willis to restore order, is very beautifully portrayed in this brilliant biographical drama.

“No life is without its regrets yet none is without its consolations.” King George III.

3# Mary and Max (2009)

A weird emotionally and spiritually uplifting animation movie, describing a tale of friendship between two unlikely pen pals. Two loners end up in beautiful long distance friendship.

“My fifth job was a garbage collector. I cleaned up after litter bugs and didn’t have to talk to anybody. Sometimes I liked to pretend I was an intergalactic robot.” Max.

4# Princess Mononoke (1997)

One of many masterpieces created by Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli. On a journey to find the cure for a Tatarigami curse, young warrior Ashitaka fights to restore order between certain supernatural forces and the human world.

“Life is suffering. It is hard. The world is cursed. But still, you find reasons to keep living.”Osa.

5# Spirited Away

Another masterpiece by Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli. Story of a grumpy 10-year-old wandering into a world ruled by gods, witches, and spirits, forcing her to work in a Japanese bathhouse to reclaim her freedom

“Once you’ve met someone you never really forget them. It just takes a while for your memories to return.” Advice for Chihiro

6# The Kings of Summer (2013)

Three teenage friends annoyed by their respective families, leave their home and decide to spend their summer building a house in the woods and living off the land, embracing life along the way.

“Rookie Cop: Mr. Toy, are you familiar with the boy who cried wolf?

Frank (Dad of one of kid): Yes I have experienced a childhood on the planet earth, so… yes I’ve heard of that one

Frank: Do you think you can apply it to my situation in an allegorical fashion?”

7# Rush (2013)

A thrilling account of 1976’s merciless Formula One rivalry between rivals James Hunt and Niki Lauda for World title. Based on a true story.

“It’s impossible to perspire through a skin graft, so sweat will never run into my eyes again, which is good for a driver.” Lauda following his accident.

8# Punch-Drunk Love (2002)

A weird romantic drama mixed with dark humor and suspense made for a fascinating film. A psychologically troubled novelty supplier Adam Sandler romancing with an English woman Emily Watson.

“I have a lot of puddings, and in six to eight weeks it can be redeemed. So if you could just give me that much time, I think I can get enough mileage to go with you wherever you go.” Barry to Lena.

9# Life of Pi (2012)

Academy award winning story of a young man surviving a disaster at sea is rushed is an epic journey of adventure and discovery with his sole companion, a volatile Bengal Tiger.

“The whole of life becomes an act of letting go, but what always hurts the most is not taking a moment to say goodbye.” Pi.

10# The Pianist (2002)

A Polish Jewish pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman’s remarkable fight for survival during the Warsaw ghetto of Nazi deportation of Jews in World War II.

“[taking off his watch] Here, sell this. Food is more important than time.” Szpilman.

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