Sometimes just a short film can change a person’s mind. Here are five meaningful movies that Ohay TV wants you to try at least once in your life.
1. Forrest Gump
Forrest Gump (1994) was adapted from a literary work of the same name by Winston Groom directed by Robert Zemeckis. The film has successfully portrayed the idiot character with a loving heart and a loyal love for Jenny. Forrest’s life was a puzzle of many Americans in the 1960s-70s. The film brings us to a variety of emotions about motherhood, love, and endless efforts of a guy whose IQ 75 becomes a millionaire. The film has won six Oscars and is always in the top of the best films of all time.
The lesson learned in the film is that when you feel life is deadlocked, think your present life is much happier.
2. The Godfather
The Godfather (1972) is based on the novel of the same name by writer Mario Puzo directed by Francis Ford Coppola. The film revolves around the lives of the family of the most notorious mafia American Vito Corleone. The young Michael is not involved in any of the family affairs. However, after his father was assassinated failed, Michael entered the journey to avenge his father blood and danger. With the exciting, aggressive, dangerous gun battle scenes, the film takes the viewer into the violent, ruthless crime scene with false cover through the story of an Italian mafia family in New York. The film won three Oscars and is always among the best films of all time.
The lesson learned in the film is that the family is always the most important and in business, in the marketplace, competition is uncompromising.
3. 3 Idiots
3 Idiots (2009) is a film adaptation of the famous fictional “Five Point Someone” by Chetan Bhagat. The film revolves around the story of the film about the friendship of three Farhan, Raju and Rancho since they were students until adulthood. Three people have overcome the difficulties and pressures of the university together. Rancho is a great influence on two friends, help them overcome fear, live true to themselves and overcome all difficulties to pursue passion. The film not only makes the viewer touched on great friendship but also love, the teacher.
The film has confirmed a costly lesson is that University is not the only way, if we try, effort, pursuit of passion will definitely succeed.
4. Life Is Beautiful – Beautiful Life
Life Is Beautiful (1997) is an Italian comedy film directed by Roberto Benigni and played by Guido Orefice. The film is set in a fictitious town in Italy during World War II. Around the young Guido Orefice, the young man in the city seeks new employment opportunities. He met and had beautiful love with teacher Dora. Both get married and baby Joshua. They had a happy life until their family was detained in Nazi concentration camps. The film has both romantic and deep realism in the sentimentality of the couple, the love of father and son. Through the film, viewers can see the brutality of the Nazi Germany in the concentration camps and the spiritual sentiment that Guido’s father had for his son, he sought to protect Joshua no matter what. For death is near. The film received an Oscar and was one of the most watched films.
The lesson learned in the film is that we are the ones who decide our life is “beautiful life” or “life hell”. Have a lasting hope for the future, the difficult will also pass.
5. The Pursuit Of Happyness
The Pursuit Of Happyness (2006) is an American biopic film written by Steven Conrad based on a true story of Chris Gardner, a well-known figure in the US stock market of the 1990s. starring Will Smith. The movie revolves around Chris Gardner, a street vendor who is unlucky not to fail in business, debt pile up, broken families, expelled from the house due to not pay the rent. But with determination, endless effort, especially with his son as a source of motivation, Chris Gardner has become a successful and established brokerage firm for his own. The film has successfully reproduced the hardships of life in times of economic crisis, unemployment and the people are engulfed in the nowhere illusion. The film also highlights a very real aspect of work-family balance that can both be a good entrepreneur and a good husband and father. The film also received an Oscar and is one of the most worthy movies.
The lesson is that if you have dreams and want to find happiness, go and get it.