Whenever you get some spare time you just sit down to mindlessly scroll through your phone. You just like to pass your precious time with an activity that is not productive at all. Why not the next time you get some time you watch these five movies to realize the true potential that you have within you. If you have been feeling low and undetermined lately this might greatly help in keeping you on track and chase your dreams even if things seem a little impossible at the moment.
I Am Alive: Surviving the Andes Plane Crash
You think your problems are worst? How worse can it be from eating the bodies of your own friends and relatives? The 16 survivors of the widely known Andes Plane crash went through exactly that when they were stranded in the middle of the unforgiving mountain range for 72 days in South America without any aid.
Facing challenges in life seems difficult? Well, take a look at what challenges the Mountaineers more than climbing the Himalayas. The Shark’s Fin route which is at the central peak of the mountain Meru is one of the hardest routes in the world. The thrilling documentary depicts how three men after several failed attempts were brave enough to finally conquer the Meru via The Shark’s Fin route.
Eddie the Eagle
Imagine you have been preparing your whole life for this one thing and your coach tells you that you could never make it to it. It is disheartening to see yourself as an incompetent person. This biographical sports comedy-drama film is based on the life of Michael Edwards who is a British skier. In 1988 he became the first ever competitor to represent Great Britain in Olympic ski jumping despite all the obstacles he faced.
It is not an easy task to go against the norm and the heaviness of the load piles up when you have to fight through it as a child. This movie is a wonderful story of a kid who finds the love of his life which is surprisingly ballet. An inspiring story that teaches us that age doesn’t matter when we have the power to fight for our dreams.
The Pursuit of Happyness
Will Smith keeps on correcting the fact that there’s no Y in happiness, however, there is, in fact, a lot more than he encounters about happiness. The hardship has been portrayed beautifully that the main character had to go through in the pursuit of happiness. It is a very intriguing watch as he takes care of his son.