Movies are more than entertainment. Movies can transform entertainment in ways they thought were impossible. Some films leave us with a change of mindset, a renewed hope, and a boost of motivation to pursue our dreams.
Here are 25 movies that have had a life-changing impact and what they have to say.
1. Blood Diamond (2006)
One college freshman who lived a privileged life had no idea that the film’s central theme was realistic, and actually even more raw. It made a big impression on me when I was 14.
2. Patterson (2016)
Fans admit that the film wasn’t perfect, but it made them look at art differently and see its purpose. “Art doesn’t have to be just ‘good’, nor does it have to be performative. You can become a crucible that burns thoughts and feelings to reveal crystalline truths, just for yourself. “
3. Men In Black (1997)
For one thing, it’s the second PG-13 movie to hit theaters over the weekend. While driving home, they had an epiphany and wanted to build something like that.
So they went home and immediately started storyboarding and writing the script. To this day, they cannot concentrate on anything else.
4. Dream (1990)
Imagine being stuck for 30 minutes after watching a movie. The film hit viewers’ hearts so long after the final credits rolled that multiple images filled our minds and made us think about its powerful message about humanity.
5. Big Fish (2003)
Given his expansive and impressive filmography, some would call this Tim Burton’s best film that says a lot. Some claim it helped them return to their hometowns.
6. Joe Versus the Volcano (1990)
“It rocked me out of the cynical eye-roll phase of my teenage years and came to appreciate seriousness and surprise,” the fan shared, adding that the film could be heartfelt without being saccharine. He added that it made him realize that it is possible.
7. The Fountain (2006)
Fountains are one of the most compelling cinematic experiences for a single viewer. They cried when they saw it and never saw it a second time because “you can’t top it once.”
8. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)
This movie is inspiring and truly life-changing. One fanatic watched it alone on a rainy afternoon and felt refreshed afterwards.
9. Romeo and Juliet (1996)
Baz Luhrmann always delivers. His work on the classic story of Romeo and Juliet got many interested in the filmmaking process and perhaps inspired others to enter the industry as well.
10. The Crow (1994)
Some people fell in love with it after watching the movie at a young age. He also changed the way he thinks about movies.
11. Blue Velvet (1986)
“Before blue velvetI’m a teenybopper flick, bad horror, movie In general, there is nothing deep to say, ”says the movie buff. “blue velvet was movie & Lynch totally nailed the small town thing with its superficially seedy underbelly.
12. The Fly (1986)
It can be difficult to love yourself when you feel inadequate or fall short of your beauty standards. Helpful.
This movie did it for someone who found themselves to be a “fly” too.
13. Beach Bum (2019)
At some point in the life of movie addicts, they watched this movie when they felt very stressed and lost. It’s now their ‘Mental Reset’ movie when they need to take control of their lives.
14. Electric Dreams (1984)
Imagine someone falling in love for 40 years because of a role they played in a particular movie. That’s the power of good acting. Virginia Madsen is unique in this movie. Small details changed the lives of viewers in small but meaningful ways.
15. Buffalo 66 (1998)
For one thing, this movie was the best Vincent Gallo has ever done. “Dark yet humorous, philosophical, whimsical, tender, a real gem.”
The film tells the story of troubled ex-convict Billy Brown returning to his hometown of Buffalo, New York. After returning to Buffalo, Billy kidnaps a young tap dancer named Layla and makes her pretend to be her wife when visiting her parents. Billy’s dysfunctional relationship with his parents and his own struggles with anger and emotional instability are explored throughout the film.
16. Under the Tuscan Sun (2003)
After watching this film, the contributor was convinced that even if life goes south, you can start over and it’s never too late. It is a movie that inspires.
17. Wonder Boys (2000)
This movie’s amazing cast is the first indication that it’s incredible.
18. Lost in Translation (2003)
According to The Man Who Changed My Life, this movie may have gotten high marks, but it’s not enough. They also found the unique bond between the characters to be very touching.
19. A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)
As a child, I was frightened and intrigued by this movie. But another learned a valuable lesson from fear. They had nightmares as children, but this movie showed them that they could control their dreams if they tried hard. done.
20. Ghost World (2001)
ghost world It was a cautionary tale for one high school student as a freshman. It showed them that they needed to grow up and stop being toxic and cynical before the world left them behind. I think it’s because it’s easier.
21. Burial (2010)
Most people have stopped watching movies because they can no longer find something exciting and new. But for former cinephiles who saw the film, this changed. Rekindled my passion for cinema.
22. Event Horizon (1997)
There are some movies that we go in with no expectations and find they are better than we thought.after seeing Every Horizon, one viewer asked a lot of questions and felt the wheels were spinning like never before. “I was fascinated in a very deep way,” they say.
23. Killing Fields (1984)
The best movies inspire you to do meaningful things in life. The film inspired one fan to pursue journalism and have a successful career there.
24. Meat Bill (2007)
Making that big step or decision can be daunting, and many times we are afraid to take that step and stay on the wrong choice. I gave a man the courage to divorce his wife when he found out. It made him realize he deserved better.
25. Watchmen (2009)
This 2009 film turned the wheels on one movie addiction as they gushed about their masterpiece. It’s a mystical experience (written by a real wizard) that explores the deepest questions that can be asked.”
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Boloere Seibidor, affectionately called BS, is a Nigerian-based writer and poet. Her favorite topics she covers include music, especially hip hop, movies, lifestyle and fashion. She has been published by her Feral Journal, Fantasy Magazine, The Temz Review, and most notably her Wealth of Geeks. She enjoys romantic dinners, movie nights, and touring new sites.When she’s not writing, she travels back in time to the underground world of hip-hop, watches TikToks, and watches movies. I go to the museum.