How many times have you wondered about starting your venture? But, constantly turned out wondering, do I have what it takes to become successful? What if I fail? Is all this worth an effort? But, maybe it’s just that you lack inspiration. Here are 6 inspiring entrepreneurial movies to watch.
6 inspiring entrepreneurial movies to watch.
Start up.com – Released in 2001, the documentary film closely explores the ups and downs of a real-life startup. The movie gives out an understanding of how startups work and how it is not a good idea to mix personal and professional relationships.
Pursuit of Happyness
Pursuit of Happyness – Released in 2005, starring Will Smith, based on a real-life story, the film takes us through the struggle of a single father, who is left with nothing to take care of his son when he is jobless and his wife leaves him. The movie is an inspiration to people and tells them to never give up despite having difficulties in life.
Wall Street – 1987, film starring Charlie Sheen as the lead gives an insight into the stock market, investment management, corporate finance, etc. The film acts like a window showcasing how greed can take the best of someone and always comes with a high price to pay.
The smartest guy in the room
The smartest guy in the room – This documentary film of 2005 is based on a book with the same name. The film talks about the fall of the Enron Corporation and the scandals around it. The documentary touches on the aspects of agency life, business ethics, off-balance sheets, etc.
Pirates of Silicon Valley
Pirates of Silicon Valley – The docudrama movie of 1999, showcases the stories of how Apple and Microsoft were formed. The film touches on the idea of how a good leader, in the face of troubles, can handle things. The film also attempts to compare the working and thinking style of both firms. It is one of the best entrepreneurial movies.
How to get ahead in advertising
How to get ahead in advertising – As interesting as the name sounds, the movie is a satirical take on the advertising world. Though, when released, the film didn’t do great but later on turned out to be a masterpiece that leaves you thinking about how the corporate and advertising industry works.