5 Movies You Should Watch As A College Student
- July 21, 2018
- Posted by: Administrator
- Category: Entertainment
During your academic years your stress levels reach an apogee which you counter by binging on an extensive selection of films and movies. Below is a list of inspirational, entertaining and educational films that every student must watch and will surely enjoy. These films will not leave you bored at all!
1. The Dead Poets Society.
This is a classic film starring the deceased Robin Williams who played the role of a teacher who encourages his students at a boarding school to break out of the status quo. O Captain! My Captain. This is definitely one of our favourite movies.
2. The Breakfast Club.
A few kids gather on a Saturday for detention, are all defined by classic stereotypes such as nerd, jock, pretty girl, troubled boy and the outcast. However, they move beyond their own cliques and basic identities. Not only do they get to know each other, but we get to know that there are more things than their basic labels. Its an interesting look at the interplay between students in the education system.
3. Good Will Hunting.
Robin Williams and Matt Damon gave us an exceptional film. Will Hunting is a genius, but he doesnt care to spend time in school. Instead, he hangs out with his friends and works as a janitor at MIT. However, he is discovered when he solves a difficult math problem. The film revolves around his relationship with his psychologist, the insights they reach, the problems they solve and the progress Will makes in life because of it.
4. Freedom Writers.
This movie gives us feels right in the heart! This movie encourages all of us to search for the writer inside of us, ensures us that there is one and we all have a story to tell. A group of African-American high school students is inspired to live their dreams beyond high school by a white school teacher, while learning the value of hard work and tolerance along the way.
5. Take the Lead.
This movie revolves around the concept of dancing classrooms which persuades the educational system to find other alternatives to punitive detention, such as dancing. The plot revolves around a renowned ballroom dance instructor who volunteers to teach the delinquent school students in detention who belong to a lower socio-economic status.
By: Mahnoor Bawaney
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