13 Movies students must watch - Liberty College Nepal
 Hari Khatiwada | BBA 7th Semester

Good Will Hunting: Story: Matt Damon plays the main protagonist, a 20-year-old male, in the movie. The main character has excellent talent in mathematics and chemistry but is unaware of what he can contribute. The movie will encourage students to find their hidden skills.

Forrest gump (1994): Story: In the Tom Hanks movie, a man with a low IQ pulls off a number of amazing accomplishments. He inspires Elvis Presley's famous dance, receives the Medal of Honor for valor, masters Ping Pong, and earns money by selling shrimp. Every student should see it since it is such a wonderfully inspirational tale. The message of the film is that anything is achievable if you are willing enough. Mama often said life was like a box of chocolates, and this line appears in the movie. The line "You never know what you are gonna get" from the movie is still well-known today.

Theory of everything (2014): Story: This Movie depicts the story of Stephen Hawking, the greatest cosmologist and physicist of our time. As a brilliant student of Astrophysics, he shockingly learns that he is suffering from motor neurons disease. Doctors predict just 2 more years for him to live.But, he remarkably defied medical calculations and went on to live up to 76 years of age. During this period he became the famous man he is today with his eminent contributions to the world of Cosmology and Physics. This movie is inspirational for all students, especially ones with special needs. There simply isn’t a boundary for what you can achieve with what you have.

The social network (2010): Story: This motivational Hollywood film depicts Mark Zuckerberg's rise from Harvard undergraduate to multi-millionaire. It may encourage you to develop into an outstanding genius like the man himself. According to The Social Network every student can realize their dreams.

Life of pie (2012): The Story: Pi Patel, a 16-year-old who was born a Hindu but practices all three religions for the love of God, is the center of the film's plot. The youngster survived a shipwreck and was trapped in a lifeboat in the Pacific Ocean with a Bengal tiger for company, according to the boy's life tale as told to a novelist. The movie will show youngsters how to discover hidden strengths when they are cornered.

Rush (2013): The Story: James Hunt and Niki Lauda, two fierce competitors in 1970s Formula One racing, are the focus of the film's plot, which follows them as they push themselves to the absolute limit to demonstrate their superiority on the circuits. The thrilling race moments in the film are for car enthusiasts. Students can obtain a sense of the punishing circumstances that prevail during an F1 race and how the competition encouraged competitors to improve their abilities.

The pursuit of happyness (2006): Story: In 2006, Gabriele Muccino released the American biographical drama The Pursuit of Happiness, which is based on the life of businessman Chris Gardner. Will Smith plays Gardner, a character who, by sheer willpower and persistence, transforms from a homeless salesperson to the owner of a brokerage business in this film.

Everest (2015): The Story: The narrative is set on Mount Everest and describes the catastrophe that occurred there in 1996. Two expedition groups struggle to live as they encounter obstacles both on the ascent and the descent. The film depicts the danger and excitement of seeing the ascent of Everest.The movie demonstrates how, in reality, things can go wrong and not always for the best as in happy-ending movies.

The imitation game(2014): The Story: The film covers the career of Homer Hickam, a coal miner's son who, against the desires of his father, became interested in rocketry after the launch of Sputnik 1 and went on to become a NASA Engineer. It tells us to never give up on our aspirations and is an illuminating tale of bravery and tenacity.

I am Kalam (2010): The Story: The film I am Kalam depicts the tale of Chotu, a child laborer who aspires to be like Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, an Indian aerospace scientist and the 11th president of the nation. You are motivated by the film to maintain your optimism and smile while dealing with all of your challenges.

The man who knew infinity (2019): Story: The Man Who Knew Infinity, a 1991 book by Robert Kanigel that served as the basis for the film, covers the personal and professional lives of Srinivasa Ramanujan, an Indian mathematician who was self-taught. The movie not only makes you realize that ability and hard effort are not the only elements that define success, it also encourages you to keep striving to fulfill your dreams. Both using your resources wisely and seizing the correct opportunities are crucial.

Whiplash (2014): The Story: The narrative of 19-year-old Andrew Niemann, who aspires to be among the best jazz drummers in the world, is told in the film. It explains how every success has a tale of contributing blood, sweat, and tears while pushing the boundaries. Tare zameen par (2007): Story: Until he is transferred to a boarding school and meets an art teacher named Ram Shankar Nikumbh, who diagnoses Ishaan's learning difficulty as dyslexia and also recognizes the young boy's talent in art, the movie tells the story of Ishaan Awasthi, an eight-year-old boy who is labeled as lazy and a troublemaker when in reality he has learning difficulties that people around him fail to recognize. This is a touching story to encourage children as they study, especially if they have ever been motivated by a great instructor who saw their potential.

Pramish Regmi
Liberty College