In this Top 10, we brought the theme of motivational cinema, indicating fantastic films that work on their plots with stories that inspire their viewer. The films below try to escape the common precepts of the subgenre, with a motivational character that comes naturally to the compendium of scenes, with works ranging from the genres of comedy, drama and adventure. Let’s go to the list!
10º – Silver Linings Playbook (David O. Russell, 2012)An unstable and unstable man, after a passage through a psychological institution, finds in the figure of a young woman the strength to overcome the difficulties of her life. Nurturing a motivational aura from beginning to end, ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ is a light drama about the adaptive power of the human being.
9º – Chef (Jon Favreau, 2014)A renowned chef decides to leave everything behind and open his own “food truck” with his family. ‘Chef’ is fun from start to finish, bringing the main figure to the food. However, here we can also see the various possible forms of life in our contemporary society.
8º – The Untouchables (Olivier Nakache, 2011)A young man has the chance to work for a rich tetraplegic man, rediscovering several of the pleasures of life, as well as offering his employer a chance to glimpse again the figure of happiness. ‘The Untouchables’ is productive in its central proposal, relying on a engaging and dynamic history, a quality direction and excellent performances in its core cast.
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