Eight Need To See Films Based on Real Events

 What can increase the excitement of a feature film? Celebrity actors? What about cool effects? Alternately, how about a novel plot?Experience has demonstrated that the most compelling narratives are those inspired by actual events. More than any fiction, captivating films based on actual events hold the audience's attention.

Start writing down these eight must-see movies based on real-life events in your notepads now!

1. Bohemian Rhapsody, 2018

Bohemian Rhapsody is a biopic about the legendary Queen band before they played at the 1985 charity concert Live Aid.Rami Malek's portrayal of Freddie Mercury, as well as his personal life, are the primary subjects of the film.The band's popularity, and particularly their song Bohemian Rhapsody, broke all music charts and became the most downloaded rock song ever thanks to this biopic.

2. The Danish Girl, 2015

The amazing movie takes place in Denmark in the 1920s.Gerda Wegener, a Danish artist, is looking for a female subject for her portraits. An unforeseen idea rings a bell:What would happen if she were to draw Einar, her husband,'s subtle features? She asks him to wear make-up and women's clothing while posing for the painting. Einar gladly agrees, and he even enjoys it because it reveals something about his mind and body that was previously unknown. This is Einar Wegener's account of becoming Lili Elbe, a landscape painter who was the first person in history to undergo a sex change procedure.

3. The King’s Speech, 2010

The King's Speech is about King George VI and his struggles with a speech problem. Everything begins with George's father's reign, when we see him as an insecure stutterer who is unsure of his desire to lead the country. However, he and his wife turn to a speech therapist to learn how to speak like a real king because he has no other option.

4. Darkest Hour, 2017

The first few months of Winston Churchill's time as British Prime Minister are shown to viewers in The Darkest Hour. Due to the impending outbreak of World War II, these were not the most pleasant times.The majority of British politicians at the time advocated for a deal with Hitler's Germany. However, Churchill had a different idea, so he created a new position as Minister of Defense and appointed himself to lead the army during such a turbulent time.

5. The Disaster Artist, 2017

The cult classic film The Room, directed by Tommy Wiseau, is regarded as the gold standard for bad cinema. Despite its terrible plot holes, bizarre narrative style, and poor acting, the film gained popularity.Greg Sestero, one of the actors, decided to write a memoir titled The Disaster Artist, which James Franco obtained. The world's funniest biopic about how to make a bad movie was born as a result.Even better, The Disaster Artist won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.

6. Green Book, 2018

Our two main characters reside in distinct worlds in 1962.Tony is a typical Italian-American who drives and works as a security guard to support his family. Tony is hired by African-American pianist Don Shirley as his driver and bodyguard while he is on tour. They receive the Green Book, a guide that provides safe havens for people of color, while they are on tour. Toward the finish of the excursion, these two men from totally various universes, with various characters and perspectives on life, will turn out to be dear companions.

7. Soul Surfer, 2011

We are all aware that health issues can have a significant impact on a person's life, but Bethany Hamilton did not experience this. The girl has always had a passion for surfing.She had her left arm amputated when she was 13 when she was attacked by a shark in Hawaii. However, when you're a surfing goddess, what's a missing arm?Bethany carried on doing what she was passionate about, even winning prestigious championships.Interested? Look at Soul Surfer!

8. Yes Man, 2008

Let's add a comedy to the mix as a final touch.Over the course of his career, Jim Carrey has given us a lot of interesting characters. One of these is Carl, a reclusive person who always says "no" to everything. When Carl starts saying "yes" to more and more things, his life changes for the better. The autobiography of journalist Danny Wallace, who complied with all requests for a full year, is loosely based on the movie. Yes Man is funny and will make you reevaluate your life choices, so you'll enjoy it!

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