10 Movies That Will Increase Your Mindset

Today you gonna find right here 10 movies that will increase your mindset. Movies that shows plots that changes the way we face the world and humanity, giving a new and better way to work with our mindset on daily routines. Here we go!


10º – Magnolia (Paul Thomas Anderson, 1999)


In the plot, we will have the lives of several different characters being unravelled, showing the erratic ties that tangent the journeys of each one. ‘Magnolia’ offers us a sketch of the way in which a society governs its almost always pathological daily life, presenting us with individuals who represent each of the most evident elements of this arch. A true masterpiece of cinema.


9º – Ex Machina (Alex Garland, 2014)


A talented youngster is selected to participate in an artificial intelligence development program in a completely isolated place. In place, little by little, the youngster will perceive the intensity of his function, as well as glimpse strange things hatching in the environment. Working with the philosophical concept of the will to power, the film uses the figure of a robot to explain basic and instinctive precepts about the human origin.


8º – The Breakfast Club (John Hughes, 1985)


Five adolescents, for various reasons, are being held in detention at a school. Having to stay the whole afternoon in the place, the five, each representing some stereotype of the time, will learn a little about the life stories of their companions. A film that remains current even today, showing the adolescent dramas of various layers and types of individuals.


7º – Gladiator (Ridley Scott, 2000)


A Roman general is betrayed and his family is dead, starting a frantic search for revenge against those responsible. Gladiator’ has a concise history, a dynamic rhythm and secure performances by his central cast, with participations by Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix.


6º – Dying Young (Joel Schumacher, 1991)


In the plot, a young woman accepts a job as a nurse, serving a man with cancer at an advanced stage. Together, the two will develop a strong relationship, having to face the figure of the illness of the man who leaves everything more suffering. Light and sad, ‘Dying Young’ is a film that manages to bring unpleasant elements of life in a palatable way to the spectator, using a lot of Julia Roberts’ talent (still in the initial phase of her fabulous filmography) to give weight to the compendium of scenes and situations.


5º – Braveheart (Mel Gibson, 1995)


Studying the aspect of revenge intrinsic to the human being, ‘Braveheart’ presents us with a grandiose history in all its fragments. A truly memorable film, bordering on the nickname of masterpiece, worth every second of its almost 3 hours of duration. Here, too, is the opportunity to see Mel Gibson’s best works at the head of direction and acting.


4º – As Good as It Gets (James L. Brooks, 1997)


A middle-aged man, permeated by strange manners and reprehensible social behavior, has to learn to deal with new people, new habits and the deconstruction of his previous model of life. ‘As Good as It Gets’ conceptualizes well the core of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, explaining some of the elements that psychopathology offers the individual.


3º – Primer (Shane Carruth, 2004)


Four scientist friends work on an invention in one of their garage. After a long time, when the process finally progresses, two of them decide to hide the information for the rest. The problem is that their revolutionary invention can change everything they took for granted in their lives. ‘Primer’ is a science fiction film that can work with little budget, basing all its history and dynamism on a unique assertiveness. The film also delivers to the viewer an extremely difficult plot that requires several revisions for its understanding.


2º – Léon: The Professional (Luc Besson, 1994)


After her family is killed in an ambush, a small girl is rescued by a professional killer. Together, in this unlikely partnership, the two will discover new instances in their lives, as well as engaging in various deadly entanglements. ‘Léon: The Professional’ is agile and fun from beginning to end, bringing the viewer a different action film, also elevating the psychological development of their central characters.


1º – Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1966)


In London, a photographer finds himself completely obsessed with photographs captured by him in an empty park. A masterpiece, ‘Blow-Up’ works with a cold suspense, giving maximum substance to the siege that the central character is involved in. A film that draws a lot of attention from its spectator, using its 111 minutes of duration in an unretouchable way.