Wednesday, 28 February 2018

5 Movies That Will Make You Smarter

5 Movies That Will Make You Smarter

Movies were made for us to escape our daily routine and enjoy a bit of another world or just some other settings. We enjoy movies on a standard basis, and we even consider them shortcuts to reading the books they are based on. Movies are fun and no one can say otherwise.

But what happens if you are searching to get smarter? Will movies help you with that? Of course they will, as movies will always challenge our perceptions upon different topics and they teach us things that we would not have thought about otherwise.

Here are five movies that will make you smarter. Be prepared to be enlightened by the curiosity of these movies.

1. The Imitation Game (2014)

The Imitation Game (2014)

Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley come to your rescue, playing the roles of the English mathematical genius Alan Turing and a member of his team Joan Clarke.

Based on a true story, the movie is placed during the Second World War, when the British Intelligence agency come to know a secret from the Nazis army. The secret was Enigma, a code which was thought to be unbreakable. But will Alan Turing break it? Or will he try in vain?

The mathematician is called over to analyze Enigma messages, and while he does so, he builds a machine to decipher them. He and his team encounters the pressure of the war and the untrusting words from the commander. Moreover, Alan Turing is not ready to communicate efficiently with the team member he considers to be inferior to him.

Will they manage to solve all problems? Will they manage to break Enigma and win the war? Or are they left to lose? These are the questions which will be answered when you will watch the movie.

Therefore, it is a drama movie which explores the creativity and the vast extent of the mind in the field of cryptography. It will twist you and leave you asking to know more. The intelligence of the smartest cryptographers will make you curious to decipher more of science and to become more in line with your intelligence.

2. The Giver (2014)

The Giver (2014)

The society has always been hunting the same purpose, namely to bring on a peaceful and a balanced world, where there’s no war, no hate and nothing bad happens. It may seem like ‘The Giver’ is giving you all of that.

In a seemingly perfect world, Jonas lives his life in peace and happiness, no questions asked about the existence of the world. But all of this changes, when he is the chosen one to be taught by the an elder, named the giver, about all that was ugly and hateful of the other part of the world, named Elsewhere.

How will a boy as Jonas break the status quo and release the emotions he was taught? Will he manage to sustain his soft personality in this internal conflict he has been dealing with since learning that there was a time with war too? His adventures are breathtaking and his willing to risk will is inspiring.

This movie will teach all about balance and the power of emotions. It will teach you emotional intelligence and will leave you hanging for more answers.

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3. Good Will hunting (1997)

Good Will hunting (1997)

Good Will hunting is a movie about a battle between emotional stability and the love for learning more of a young adult. Starring Robin Williams and Matt Damon, namely Dr. Sean Maguire and Good Will, the movie follows the progress Good Will makes in opening up to Sean and understanding that he has a gift. The latter is intelligence.

Good Will knows and understands complex mathematical problems, and when he is discovered by the Professor Gerald Lambeau he somehow fights back. He is a troubled young boy who does not know how to accept attention and giving.

How will he do in his journey? Is he going to understand not only mathematics but also what it means to be loved and cared for?

You will become smarter after watching Good Will’s troubled life, as his passion for mathematics will definitely inspire you.

4. The Theory of Everything (2014)

The Theory of Everything (2014)

Not many people have known about Stephen Hawking until this movie was released. The intelligence of a man who has changed science and even defied disease is turned into the real story of ‘The Theory of everything’.

The love between Stephen Hawking and his wife, Jane, will be portrayed in parallel with his love for science. However, his life meets a turning point and henceforth everything changes, leading up to his invention.

‘The theory of everything’ will teach you many things about science and life altogether, but if you will and want to learn more about Stephen Hawking and his amazing research, head over and read more about him and his discoveries.

5. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

‘Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind’ is the movie in which Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet come together to play the roles of two people in love. A shy Joel Barish and a reckless free-spirit Clementine Kruczynski, fall deeply in love on a train ride. Their romantic affair somehow along the way turns sour and bitter, and the couple decides to undergo a medical procedure to have each other removed from their memories.

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Will their love manage to bring them again together once more? Or will they go separate ways? The strange things about love and destiny are presented in this movie, from which you will learn the meaning of love and life in correlation with destiny and faith.

From love, back up to cryptography, you will learn from 5 movies more than you have imagined, while still giving your mind and heart a rest. Movies are a fun way to learn and you should be more acknowledged with this, and once you will understand, you will not be able to stop from spending your Fridays’ nights on a cozy couch with your next favourite movie playing along.

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