Top 10 Most Inspirational Movies Of All Time

Movies are part of entertainment of our life. Some movies make us laugh; some cry and some movies are inspiring. They inspire us to do something excessive in the life and become a superior person. An inspirational movie always transmits a message and fills one’s life with anticipation. All inspiring movies have a great story track and some of them are based on real characters. So here is the list of some of the best inspirational movies.



10.  Dead Poets Society (1989)

The movie “DEAD POETS SOCIETY” is an American documented film, directed by “PETER WEIR“. It was released in the year of 1989. In this movie “ROBIN WILLIAMS” as “Mr. Keating” did the main role of a new english professor who motivate his students through his lessons of poetry.

9.  Life Is Beautiful (1997)

 Life is Beautiful is an Italian film which was released in 1997. This movie hit the Hollywood Box Office and won 2 Oscar Academy Awards.This movie is divided in 2 parts. 1st part contains a little bit of romance and 2nd part contains the relationship of father and the son. This movie tells the enmity prevailing between the Germans and Jews in 1930’s.Roberto Benigni who was the Director of this film played the role of a father who employ his son imagination that the Nazi camps and trips are all part of an elaborate game in honour of his birthday.

 8.  Field of Dreams (1989)

Field of dreams is an American drama film which was made in 1889. It was directed by Phil Alden Robinson, staring Kevin Costner who did his role with full motion. The story is taken from the novel Shoeless Joe by W.P. Kinsella. The story is about following your dream and reconciling relationship which could appeal to every age group , especially who like Baseball. This film is sentimental but in another way it is a mix of  a fairy tale, baseball and family together.

7.  The Grapes Of Warth (1940)

The Grapes Of Warth is a potent drama  film directed by John Ford in 1940. The main role was played by Henry Fonda. The Grapes of Wrath is affecting, moving, and deservedly considered an American classic.  This film was the most popular  Hollywood left-leaning, socialistic-themed film of pre-World War II. The film tells the story of the Joads, an Oklahoma family, who, after losing their farm become drifting workers and end up in California. The motion picture details their arduous journey across the United States as they travel to California in search of work and opportunities for the family members. On the screen, the film honestly and realistically recreates the socio-economic impact of the Great Depression drought upon one representative family.

6.  The Pursuit of happyness  (2006)


The Pursuit of Happyness is an American biographical drama film, which was released in 2006 and was directed byGabriele Muccino, the film features Will Smith as Gardner, an on-and-off-homeless salesman-turned stockbroker. The film is inspired by the real life story of underdog Chris Gardner, who rose from being homeless to become a stock market tycoon. In this film a good father nurtures his son with a tenderness and love that is impressive, he tryout to make an honest living and keep his family together during hard times.

5.  Forests Gump  (1994)

Forrest Gump is a 1994 American classic, comedy, drama and romance film which was directed by Robert Zemeckis, starring Tom Hanks, Robin Wright and Gary Sinise. This movie is a story of a loving caring man that leads an extraordinary life without limitations. The true beauty of this film tells us about the hardship that a man has to face. Through this film we realized what problems there are in our world. That’s why this film is so successful that it has won 6 Oscar awards.

4.  Schindlers List  (1993)

 The Schindlers List is a German based movie which was made in 1993. This film was directed by Steven Spielberg. this film is based on novel Schindlers Ark. This film is very well crafted and inspire the German business man who saved the lives of more than thousands of Jewish refugee during the Holocaust by employing them in his factories. The movie Schindlers List is an intense realization of what really happened in the Holocaust.
3.  Shawshank Redemption(1993)

 The Shawshank Redemption is a 1994 American drama film written and directed by Frank Darabont and starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. The movie is  based on the Stephen King novella, Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption. The Shawshank Redemption is a film with remarkable staying power. This is a simple and touching tale graced with great depth and commitment. The theme of the movie is that almost every single person can relate to — the fact that hope can lead to freedom, that hope is the only thing that keeps us going, dreaming and fighting for what we want.  It sustains its suspense and tension throughout; its remarkably hopeful story is thoroughly engrossing.

2.  Its a Wonderful Life (1946)


It’s a Wonderful Life is an American Christmas drama film. The movie was released in 1946 and is still unbeatable. The film is based on a short story, “The Greatest Gift” written by Philip Van Doren Stern. The movie is about an emotionally disturbed and frustrated businessman. He makes suicide attempt on Christmas Eve and meets an angel who shows him his importance in the world and what life would have been like if he never existed.  The movie is a very sweet family film. It is about bonding, relationship and love that exists in a family.

1.  Rocky (1976)

Rocky is a 1976 American sports drama film directed by John G. Avildsen and both written by and starring Sylvester Stallone. Rocky is about a small-time boxer from Philly who has the potential to be a contender.Rocky boxes the heavyweight champion of the worldApollo Creed. Rocky (1976) is the phenomenally successful, uplifting film with a paltry budget of about $1 million, and ultimately grossed well over $100 million and won many prizes.


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