Top 7 Films About Real Paternal Instincts

Life is Beautiful, 1997

Life is Beautiful, 1997

Italy

If you have not yet seen Roberto Benigni’s masterpiece at Fmovies free, then you had better rectify that unfortunate mistake. La vita è Bella” takes place during World War II in a concentration camp in Italy, where the main characters, Guido, Dora, and their little son Joshua, were sent. Guido, a great inventor, and optimist does not allow himself to give up and protects his little boy from all misfortunes, telling him that everything that is going on around him is a game for a prize in a real tank, which will go to the boy who will be able to escape the guards’ eyes… And, of course, Joshua will get his present, and much more valuable than the fighting machine.

I am Sam, 2001

I am Sam, 2001

USA

The film’s protagonist, Sam, is a grown man with the intelligence of a… 7-year-old child. And, perhaps, in this harsh world, he would have a hard time if not for his daughter – little Lucy (Dakota Fanning), who is already starting to outrun her father in development. Naturally, outsiders – social services – will interfere in the lives of our heroes. But Sam will do everything he can to get his daughter back. Sean Penn was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in the title role.

My Boy, 2002

My Boy, 2002

UK, USA, France, Germany

Boys need a hero to look up to. But what if they don’t have one, and the man who could do the job is a liar, a slacker, and a child himself. Anyone can be a good father, the main thing – is to love and care for those who are dear. And it doesn’t matter if it’s your own child or just a lonely boy.

Father and Son, 2003

Father and Son, 2003

Germany, Russia, Netherlands, Italy, France

A movie about the boundless love and devotion of a father to his son. This little family lost their mother, but she lives on in their memories and hearts. However, the son is going to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a soldier, and the father cannot imagine his life without his child. So, this touching film story won the International Critics’ Association Prize at the 56th Cannes Film Festival.

Cheaper by the Dozen, 2003

Cheaper by the Dozen, 2003

USA

From dramas to comedies… What’s it like to be the father of 12 children and not go crazy? Especially when your wife goes away for a couple of weeks to fulfill her dream, and you yourself are on the verge of accomplishing yours. The eternal dilemma – to be or not to be a family or career! But is it a dilemma?

Yours, Mine, Ours, 2005

Yours, Mine, Ours, 2005

USA

And in this movie, there are a few more kids – 18! He is a widowed Coast Guard admiral, she is a fashion designer and the woman of his dreams. And, of course, their views on the principles of parenting are totally different.

The Pursuit of Happiness, 2006

The Pursuit of Happiness, 2006

USA

Will Smith, who boycotted this year’s Academy Awards with his family, captivated many audiences with his role in the touching film. However “The Pursuit of Happiness,” moving away from the image of the tough guy who can take any zombie. Together with his son Jayden, Will embodied on the screen the real story of Chris Gardner, a single father, who went from a poor sales representative to a successful broker. Since Few films can inspire and motivate you to achieve your dreams, The Pursuit of Happyness is just one of those, where you hear a clear answer to the question “how do you grab your crane in the sky?” Fight for it. Fight for it, period.

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