Looking for the Top 10 Best Motivational Movies to watch in 2019?
A great film makes you reflect your life like a mirror. It plunges your mind back to satisfaction and curiosity. Makes you feel energized and inspired. Here is Quretic with the top 10 best motivational movies in 2019 based on popularity and ratings that sent us back to our philosophy classes.
List of Top 10 Best Motivational Movies that you can watch in 2019!
The following list of the best inspirational movies you can watch in 2019 are from Imdb.
10. Coach Carter
In 1999, Samuel L Jackson playing as a Ken Carter that returns to his old high school in Richmond, California to get the school’s basketball team back to track. The coach sets the team on a winning streak through his rigorous methods. All seemed well, but controversy surrounded Coach Carter as he benches the whole team when their academic grades started to suffer. He sticks to his guts, determined that his players excel in class as well as the court.
Coach Carter is directed by Thomas Carter and also was released in 2005 and went on to win multiple awards including the Black Movie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Directing.
9. The Pursuit of Happyness
The exciting, true-life story of a single dad who went from living on the streets to owning his own brokerage firm is brought to the big screen by a famous actor. Will Smith, showing up just because of inverse his genuine child Jaden Smith. The movie is set in mid-’80s San Francisco. The film outlines the harsh occasions and inevitable rebound of Chris Gardner, an all of a sudden single sales rep who has guardianship of his child, however, finds that accommodating both of them is a test in the undeniably unsteady financial atmosphere. He battles to work his way from unpaid assistant at Dean Witter to something progressively generous, even as life keeps on offering him misfortunes.
This biography/drama, written by Steven Conrad, was released in 2006 has been nominated for the Oscars. It went on to win another 11 wins and 25 nominations.
8. Rocky Balboa
The 6th of the Rocky movie series Rocky Balboa was 2006 sports, drama film, written, directed and starring Sylvester Stallone.
Long retired from professional boxing, Rocky runs an eatery in his hometown in Philadelphia and mourns the death of his beloved wife, Adrian (Talia Shire). A very Intense to recapture a few his old glory days where Rocky enters a few low profile fights but soon gets involved in a challenge to fight the world’s reigning heavyweight champion, Mason ‘The Line’ Dixon.
7. Remember the Titans
Herman Boone coach true story (Denzel Washington) and his high school team on their first season as a racially integrated unit. Remember the Titans shows powerful emotions though football. Black students were forced to integrate with white students and the very roots of traditions, are shaken.
Directed by Boaz Hakin and released in the year 2000, Remember the Titans went onto to win 8 awards and 17 nominations.
6. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
Jack Nicholson playing as Randle Patrick McMurphy pleads insanity after being charged as a criminal. To his dismay, the psychiatric ward he’s transferred to, run by Nurse Ratched (Louise Fletcher), is even more restrictive than his prison farm. He rebels against the oppressive nurses at the mental institution and rallies up the scared and abused patients through a battle of will.
The movie was directed by Milos Forman in 1999. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest went onto win 5 Oscars and another 30 awards and 13 nominations. Must definitely be on the watch list!
5. The Green Mile
The 1999 drama/fantasy stars Tom Hanks as Paul Edgecomb who walked the mile with a variety of cons. Paul Edgecomb life as a guard on the death row is affected because he faces a black man John Coffey. Coffey is accused for killing two young sisters. Beyond his simple nature and fear of the dark, Coffey has a mysterious, supernatural gift. Paul soon begins to question whether Coffey was truly guilty.
Outstanding direction by Frank Darabont. The film was released in 1999. The Green Mile has been nominated for 4 Oscars. It went onto win another 15 awards and 33 nominations.
4. Dead Poet’s Society
New English teacher John Keating (Robin Williams) inspires his students to broaden the perspectives of his students towards poetry. John Keating traditional methods lead him under pressure from the parents and the school which is known for its ancient traditions. However, with Keating’s help, the students are able to break out of their shells and pursue their dreams.
Directed by Peter Weir and released in 1989, the movie won 1 Oscar and another 19 awards and 18 nominations.
Adonis Johnson Creed (Michael B. Jordan), is the son of a heavyweight champion Apollo Creed. He attempts to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a boxing legend in his own right. Creed son travels to Philadelphia to find his late father’s nemesis-turned-best friend, Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone). In order to recruit him as a trainer. Balboa decides help him get in shape for a shot at the title.
Ryan Coogler directed the Creed Movie. The boxing drama in 2015 was nominated for 1 Oscar, won another 46 awards and 62 nominations.
2. Good Will Hunting
Will Hunting (Matt Damon) has a very genius level of intelligence but decides to work as a janitor at MIT. Professor Gerard discovered his gift for his math skills and helps him reach his full potential. Will gets help from a psychologist Sean Maguire (Robin Williams) to find direction in his life.
Good Will Hunting is released in 1997. The movie won 2 Oscars and another 22 awards and 60 nominations.
1. Forrest Gump
Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks) may have an IQ of 75. But thanks to the support of his mother (Sally Field) never thought of himself at a disadvantage. He keeps inspiring people with his childlike optimism and reflects his life as his story unfolds.
The Forrest Gump film came out in 1994. The movie won 6 Oscars, another 41 wins and 68 nominations.
Hope you enjoy the top 10 best motivational movies in 2019 and changes your actions.