1. The Story of the Great Names: Pirates of Silicon Valley
Pirates of Silicon Valley, which was produced in 1999, has an IMDB score of 7.2. Throughout the film, we watch both Steve Jobs and his friend Bill Gates’ college years, with whom he crossed paths early in his life. In the movie Pirates of Silicon Valley, we see that this duo, who have done great works in general, set out with ideas that do not belong to them. Well, were these names among the important entrepreneurs of the world real entrepreneurs? With these details, Pirates of Silicon Valley appears as a movie that should be watched and learned from.
2. If What You Fight For is Dangerous?: Thank You For Smoking
If what you want to fight for is cigarettes, which have a lethal effect on all humanity, it may be your mission to ensure the rights of those who depend on it and the continuity of cigarette manufacturers. The movie, which depicts the story of Nick Naylor, who wants this to happen, was produced in 2005 and has a score of 7.7 on IMDB. We believe you should not skip this movie, which provides continuity in the life cycle of entrepreneurship and where marketing is explained.
3. A True-Life Story to Increase Motivation: The Pursuit of Happiness
For an entrepreneur, pursuing motivation, hope, belief, and dreams are the biggest passions. Here’s the exact equivalent of such emotions: The Pursuit of Happiness, a Will Smith movie from 2006 with a score of 7.9 on IMDB. In this war of existence, where we see that emotions that contain true love and hope sooner or later open the perfect doors, we think that you must see this film that is based on a true story.
4. The Sad End of Ambition and Greed: The Wolf of Wall Street
You may be wondering if this movie should be on the list, but an entrepreneur who wants to be successful may need to keep in mind that it is important to be away from ambition and greed, or these may be characteristics of arch-rival. With such topics intensively shown, The Wolf of Wall Street was filmed in 2013, and it has an 8.3 IMDB score. This is a must-see movie in which the real-life story is depicted in an arrogant drama so as not to be caught in the clutches of exaggeration and luxury.
5. Winning Is in Small Details: Moneyball
Moneyball movie, adapted from a book to the motion picture screen, actually contains many messages that guide an entrepreneur’s stance against his rivals. Produced in 2011 and with an IMDB score of 7.6, the film actually describes baseball, not an entrepreneur. We must express that it is an inspiring film that tells about positioning yourself against rivals in sports, where dozens of attempts are honored with experience, not failure, and doing what you love so much is the real happiness in life. Furthermore, we think we can suggest that this movie inspired many athletes because both the entrepreneur and the athlete start a struggle for what he is committed to, in any case. This struggle also turns into a lifestyle in which he does his job better every day and is decorated with happiness. We hope that five different films could shed light on your path with important messages from the films, tips on life, and guiding details in the entrepreneurial adventure.