Success Movies — The Cream of the Harvest and those That Didn’t Shine
Success Movies, Far better the Worst!
The popularity of success movies has really grown over the past year or so. I have rated these movies in three different categories. The categories are: realisticness, success value and entertainment factor. Each of these is on a A — F Grading Scale with a being best and F being worst. These ratings are all based on my opinion so you may not feel the same.
Waterworld — Realisticness — D Success Value — D Entertainment factor — C+
The earth is now filled with water, but some people believe there is still dry land on the earth. This is one of the many success movies about the fight over resources. As with many movies, this is a fight between the protagonist (Kevin Costner) and the antagonist (Dennis Hopper) and his cronies (called the smokers). This movie is fun to watch but I don’t feel it was realistic or offered much in the form of success value.
The Postman — Realisticness — B Success Value — C Entertainment factor — B
I find myself the reviews of this movie by critics don’t give it justice. In this film, the united states is a distinctive place with little order. Many people have gone back to a dark ages style of managing no electricity, very little law, and a tyrant thug (Will Patton) trying to gain power. The protagonist watch free movies online (Kevin Costner), a drifter, finds a way to make any difference in the world even though he is originally only focused on their own income and well — being. This became a very long movie, but I really enjoyed it and liked its sense of hope. I thought this movie offered decently realistic insight on the might happen with a breakdown of society and numerous years of lawlessness. It had a few areas that we think gave it some success value, but overall, it was one among the entertaining success movies.
The street — Realisticness — A Success Value — B Entertainment factor — C
While I didn’t feel this became one of the success movies that lived up to my expectations, I find myself it accurately described the emotional rollercoaster an end of the world situation would create. The characters in this movie were not able to trust anyone around them, and they was without the resources necessary to carry on a normal life, which could be an accurate outcome in a real societal breakdown. I think this movie, while being boring in some spots, felt very realistic and showed the comfortless outlook of the main character (Viggo Mortenson) in a post apocalyptic world with no hope. On the success value front, I thought there were some topics to take away from the story line that has to be useful in real life. I felt that this movie allowed me to realize that determined for happiness and desperate to live life to the fullest despite terrible circumstances is key to beating the end.
I am Legend — Realisticness — C Success Value — B —
Entertainment factor — B This is another of the success movies that we think showed great feeling. The main character (Will Smith) and his dog attempt to survive throughout this film despite the constant threat of zombies. I will say this movie has one of the saddest scenes in a movie I have ever seen, which are the whole movie worth watching. This success movie really demonstrates how important a companion is when you are depressed. Other than benefit of companionship, there were only a few success lessons to be learned.