8 Movies to Watch if You Want to Increase Your Intelligence ...


8 Movies to Watch if You Want to Increase  Your Intelligence  ...
8 Movies to Watch if You Want to Increase  Your Intelligence  ...

When I watch a movie, I typically like to put on something for entertainment. Whether it's an oldie but goodie for background noise, or a new movie I have interest in seeing. But every once in awhile, I like a movie that makes me think. One that gets my mind going and inspires me or instills a message in me I didn't know I needed. Here's a list of 8 movies to do exactly that to you!

Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

Please subscribe for your personalized newsletter:


Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

This movie is based on the life of Nelson Mandela, an anti-apartheid revolutionary helped bring an end to apartheid in South Africa, as well as being an active and vocal advocate for human rights. His beliefs and actions landed him in prison for almost three decades, until he was released in 1990, where he became the first black president South Africa, where he championed for peace and social justice. This movie educates on the blatant racism and hardship which was rife in South Africa.

Buy at: itun.es


The Imitation Game

Look past Benedict Cumberbatch, as this movie centers around computer science. Based on the biography, Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges. Cumberbatch plays cryptanalyst Alan Turing who decrypted German intelligence codes during World War II for Britain.

Buy at: itun.es



This is not the stuff you put on your face before makeup. I’m talking about the film that’s about the accidental discovery of time travel. What makes this film stand out is the fact that it was made with complex technical dialogue and explores the philosophical implications. This film was written, produced, and edited all by Shane Carruth, a college graduate in mathematics and former engineer. Carruth chose not to simplify any of the language or theories for the audience. Meaning you gotta learn and keep up!

Buy at: itun.es


Blade Runner (1982)

This film is set in a dystopian Los Angeles. Forget sun and sandals and think sci-fi. At eyesight, this film is about genetically engineered replicants who are indistinguishable from humans. They are sent to do the dirty work and if they defy the humans, they are hunted down and killed. But take a deeper look and this movie questions existential questions of life, as well as capitalist critique.

Buy at: itun.es


Schindlers List

Directed by Steven Spielberg, this movie is heartbreaking but essential to really understand the devastation of world war II, with true stories of nazi activities and the treatment of the Jewish families. This film battles with the idea of good versus evil.

Buy at: itun.es


Truman Show

Jim Carrey stars in this satirical comedy-drama, as Truman Burbank, an unwanted baby is raised by a corporation inside a simulated television show revolving around his life. Until one day he realizes and decides to escape. This makes you think about voyeurism and our obsession with reality. Whether it’s the Kardashians or Made in Chelsea, we love to watch people, and where does that stop?

Buy at: itun.es


Dead Poets Society

This American drama film is directed by Peter Weir, is set in 1959, set in an elite boarding school. It tells the story of an English teacher who inspires his students with poetry! They divulge on all different poets and writers that expand the mind. So if you’re looking to find some poets give this a watch!

Buy at: itun.es


Blue Velvet

Yes, Lana Del Ray did cover the original song. This neo-noir mystery film, explores the underbelly of society, lust (which always occurs in film noir and femme fatal!) and love. Blue velvet represents director, David Lynch’s askew vision of distorted characters in a polarized world. The idea in this film is although this seems to be a perfect small town, there is always a dark underbelly. Which can say a lot about the real world too?

Buy at: itun.es

So grab the popcorn or some snacks, and get comfy. You have a lot of watching to do this weekend!

Feedback Junction

Where Thoughts and Opinions Converge

Is this site only for females??


I think V for vandera makes me feel smart when I watch it! Am I the only one?

Related Topics

movies that need to be made movies about moms must watch car movies manhattan allen movie about dreams best lesser known horror movies loreal paris le stylo shadow timeless spark holiday in handcuffs trailer pms movies collection most extreme horror movies

Popular Now