Best Movies Of All Time

Noble...Uplifting...and Oh Soooo...Inspirational

What are the best movies?

If you want to be inspired..

If you want to feel that you too can achieve any goal you set in life...

If you want to watch a film that will propel you to take action and achieve your dreams too...

Then here are my favourites:

1) Invictus

The inspiring true story of how Nelson Mandela (Morgan Freeman)joins forces with the captain of the South African rugby team in an effort to win the World Cup.

2) Erin Brokovitch

Julia Roberts plays the real Erin Brokovitch,a brassy single mum of three who wangles her way into working for a local law firm. When she uncovers that a giant power company has knowingly polluted a whole town with carcinogenic chemicals she is determined to do everything in her power to nail them.

3) Coach Carter

A true story about Matt Carter who takes over as basketball coach at the toughest of schools - Richmond High. The kids there have nothing to live for. Most fail their exams and fail at life...

Despite all the odds he is determined to turn them around.

4) Field Of Dreams

Kevin Costner responds to voices he hears and dreams of building a baseball pitch in his cornfields.

5) Chariots Of Fire

The true story of Eric Liddell , a devout Scottish Christian and Harold Abrahams an English Jew training for the 1924 Olympics...

6) Dead Poets Society

An english teachers sets the goal of getting his pupils to love poetry and to seize life for all its worth.

7) Rocky

A small town boxer gets the opportunity to maintain his self respect in the biggest fight of his life..

8) Rudy

Everything is against Rudy. His physical stature, his education, his poverty, his fathers envy. Yet in spite of that, Rudy's goal is to play for Notre Dame. Based on the inspiring true life story.

9) Saving Private Ryan

Tom Hanks takes a small group of soldiers behind enemy lines to try to save the last of the four Ryan brothers while British troops die on Omaha beach surrounded by german soldiers.

10) Ghandi

The Oscar winning film based on the life of Mohandas Ghandi who dreams of regaining independence for his beloved country India and introduces the method of non violent resistence to its colonised citizens.

11) Tuesdays with Morrie

Mitch Albom wants peace. Morrie, his retired professor wants to pass on his wisdom about life before he dies...

12) The Shawshank Redemption

A gripping film about hope, hope and hope. Andy a banker ends up in shawshank prison after murdering his wife. In there he meets Red (Morgan Greenfell)and their friendship and hope for the future flourishes.

13) To Kill a Mockingbird

A young lawyer takes on the case of a black man accused of raping a white southern lady and despite the most severe of racial prejudice does everything in his power to try to win the case.

14) A Beautiful Mind

Nobel prize winning mathematician John Nashes true story of how he battles with schizophrenia and courageously seeks to re establish his academic respect and recognition when all was lost.

15) Pay It Forward

A young child, encouraged by his teacher, has the goal to change the world. His idea is to be kind to three people. He then encourages those three to pay it forward and be kind to three more...

16) The Bucket List

Two men meet undergoing cancer treatment. They embark on a journey together with the goal of doing as many things on their 'wish list' before they die.

17) Groundhog Day

One man's worst day becomes the day he lives, over and over again. A tale about two choices. He either sinks down in despair or reinvents his entire personality piece by piece from the core.

What are your best movies of all time? Which movies have you seen that have inspired you to reach for your goals?

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