Top 7 Inspiring Films That Will Impress No One

Buddha (2005)

Buddha (2005)

A Inspiring film about those who accidentally stepped onto the Way of the Soul. Those who passionately seek it.Those who have come to the Way. About how it influences people, how it changes them. The fact is that not only Spiritual practice is required by man, but there is also ‘social’ practice. Because the Way Within is comprehensive, the obstacles within ourselves are Strong and Different.

Angulimala

Angulimala

The story of the Buddha’s conversion of the outlaw Angulimala, who not only accepted the dharma but was also able to attain nirvana. So The film was controversial on its release in Thailand, with religious leaders, the local public, and government officials arguing. It was a distortion of Buddhist teachings

Fastest Indian

Fastest Indian

New Zealand, 2005.

Since, A film about the life of famous New Zealander Burt Monroe, who spent decades converting. His beloved motorbike set a speed record. This touching story, starring Anthony Hopkins, teaches. The importance of never giving up on your dreams, despite all the ridicule and reproach.

Little Miss Joy

Little Miss Joy

USA, 2006.

Every member of this family is missing something. However, The fun-loving seven-year-old Olive (actress Abigail Breslin was nominated for an Oscar for her. Despite her plumpness and huge glasses on her nose, dreams of becoming a beauty queen. So the whole family (mum, dad, uncle, grandpa, Olive, and her older brother) set off in an old yellow van for California. So that the little girl could take part in the Little Miss Happiness contest.

In front of the Class

In front of the Class

USA, 2008

A film based on the autobiography by Brad Cohen. The main character suffers from Tourette’s syndrome. Because His symptoms are frequent motor and vocal tics which cannot be suppressed. Nevertheless, Brad defies all barriers and adversity, and even twenty-four consecutive rejections don’t stop him from pursuing his dream of becoming a teacher.

Invisible Side

Invisible Side

USA, 2009

Since, The film is about how anyone can become great, no matter how hard the road to the top. The main thing is not to give up. After all, in the life of any man, there is a turning point, which depends on his future fate. The main thing is to use this chance correctly. However, such a chance for an illiterate homeless teenager from a disadvantaged area was the meeting with a blonde woman named Lee Ann Tui. Interestingly, Sandra Bullock, several times refused to play this role, which then brought her first Oscar.

My Name is Khan

My Name is Khan

India, 2010

Since, the strange, kind, and sad story of Rizwan Khan, Indian Muslim suffering from Asperger’s Syndrome, may not win the hearts of spectators. But it will definitely keep them for the rest of the film. Together with their beloved, they live happily ever after in America until September 11, 2001, when attitudes towards Muslims change dramatically. Relationships within the family change as well. So, to get back on track, Khan undertakes a touching and inspiring journey across America.

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