Top 10 Movies Every Student Should Watch

Top 10 Movies Every Student Should Watch
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Movies are perfect to resolve the problems you face in your real life. While they can be a source of entertainment and emotional recreation, some of them can help you find answers to your unresolved questions. Check this list and have a nice time watching the movies we have prepared for you!

500 Days of Summer (2009)

College days are never full without romantic relationships! Being a student, you are young, fresh, and a bit lost about all that stuff. Sometimes, watching romantic movies that show simple stories in a very straightforward manner is a great way to see yourself and rethink something valuable in your life.

500 Days of Summer is a film that depicts difficulties and pressures experienced by people who search for love and that special person. It is about a girl who doesn’t believe in real feelings and a romantic guy who falls in love with her. With all the consequences. 

Good Will Hunting (1997)

This movie is about a young mathematic who lives a party-lifestyle and looks for trouble all the time. His life is a complete mess, but one day he meets a psychologist. The old man becomes his mentor and tries to help him make better choices in his life. Not only the movie depicts the importance of taking risks and changing your attitudes when you are young. Also, it shows that we all have weaknesses and need to acknowledge them.

Reality Bites (1994)

You must be thinking of your future graduation sometimes. Most students perceive it as a step into the real world with real hardships, and right they are. This movie is about young graduates who try to deal with adult problems, romantic complications, and career difficulties.

50/50 (2011)

This one is a drama about a young man who discovers that he has cancer. The main character realizes that he doesn’t have too much time left, so he starts rethinking all of his previous years. He reflects on his relationships with the dearest people and realizes some essential things about life. The film reminds us of a necessity to reflect on your actions and decisions because we are all finite beings.

St. Elmo’s Fire (1985)

Even though St. Elmo’s Fire is a pretty old movie, it depicts the problems that are familiar to every modern student. Here you will see the graduates trying to deal with emotional and financial issues, and find their way to the future.

Brooklyn (2015)

This movie is about a necessity to stay independent even when you have someone to love. The story takes place in the 50s and depicts a couple – an immigrant lady and a local man. A young woman goes through endless difficulties and becomes stronger as a person.

Post Grad (2009)

After-graduate anxiety is common for all students. This film will help you decrease it a bit! You will see a story about a young girl who comes back to her native town after graduation. She tries to find a job and arrange her adulthood. You will be delighted to see that every step she makes leads her in the right direction.

Up in the Air (2009)

The main character of this movie works for an organization that fires people. In the days of the crisis, losing a job means losing everything, while the company representatives cynically inform fired people that their lives are more than their jobs. The film states plenty of ethical questions.

The Big Sick (2017)

The Big Sick is a love story between representatives of different cultures – an American girl and a Pakistani guy. The film will encourage you to stay yourself and fight for people you love and the ideals you value. A very inspiring one!

Whiplash (2014)

The story about a young musician, ruthless to himself, and ready to do anything for success. He meets a mentor – a no less ruthless leader of an orchestra. In the film, you will see how far ambitions can lead a passionate person.

Watch these movies to get inspired, discover more about yourself, and situations you have to face in life! And be sure that some of them will make you laugh hard, while the others will provoke serious reflection! Roll in!