Settling abroad is not my idea of success or prosperity, but I have seen many of friends and of course the relatives who actually wish to go to the countries like, Singapore, America, England etc. As they see a brighter future there. But before you move to the Abroad you should definitely watch these movies.
Acclaimed French romantic comedy movie is a must watch. The story revolves around a shy and lonely girl Amelie. After a decidedly unusual childhood, Amelie develops an active imagination. At 22, she discovers her life’s purpose which is to make people happy. Her imagination roams freely as she invents various strategies to help the people around her. This enchanting movie with the lively and delightful Amelie charms you and leaves you asking for more.
This movie fulfills every travel enthusiast’s fantasies. This story is about a middle-aged man named ‘Walker Mitty’ with his regular life. Working a 9 to 5 job where every day is pretty much the same(basically, us). As the title aptly suggests, the story is about his secret life- his wild imagination; an alternate life that is enthralling. In a compelling turn of events, he embarks on a global journey to find his idol. One gets engrossed as the lines between his secret life and the real one gets blurred as he goes through some extraordinary adventures.
An international blockbuster, ‘The Intouchables’ is a heart-warming and engaging movie that leaves you with a smile on your face. based on true story.
This romantic comedy deal with about the vicissitudes of life and love. The film is every bit entertaining and revolves around 21 years old, Tim, who realizes that he has the ability to travel in time. He often time travels to help people around him and help build a strong bond with his family. However, he soon realizes that his exceptional gift does not protect him from the normal ups and downs of life. Filled with moving scenes and deep life lessons, this makes for an inspiring watch.
Little Miss Sunshine is the story of a dysfunctional family as they embark on an adventure of a road trip, determined to enter their young daughter, Olive, a dumpling of a child with oversize glasses and a seemingly endless reserve of optimism, to compete in a beauty pageant called Little Miss Sunshine. This marvelous satire on modern life with its humorous one-liners along with the wonderful character development and terrific performances which gives us a sharp depiction of contemporary America makes for a touching human comedy.