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Biopic Movies Ranked!

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Undoubtedly there are plenty of stories to tell about people with the most fascinating lives that can overcome any idea that comes to mind with imagination. That’s why biopic movies are the most interesting movies to watch, so we leave a ranked list with the best ones.

5. The Social Network (2010)

This is all about the history of Mark Zuckerberg, one of the creators and founders of an app we use almost every single day, Facebook. It is a very well told history with touches of humor and drama and where we can appreciate how was the experience of founding a millionaire company like Facebook from Mark´s perspective.

4. A beautiful mind (2001)

Next, we have a drama movie about the life of John Forbes Nash a mathematician and winner of a Nobel Prize in Economics in 1994, who had schizophrenia but also an amazing way to see life through mathematics.

So as one aspect of John is analyzing, this film is a very good story to analyze and enjoy even if you don’t like the math class.

3.Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

One of the most incredible bands in the whole world must have an even better history. And that’s what we got in Bohemian Rhapsody, a movie that teleports us to the 70’s where Freddie Mercury creates Queen and where we can see a very in deep side of Freddie before, during and after creating the most successful music band ever.

2. Theory of everything (2014)

Next, we have the life of one of the best and most known theoretical physicists…Stephen Hawking, a man who contracted amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, disease that disable him to move, but couldn’t take him his best quality…. his intelligence. In this movie we can appreciate things like persistence and love, and it gives us lessons, not only about physics but also about life.

1. Schindler’s List (1994)

Finally, a very dramatic and meaningful black and white Steven Spielberg masterpiece that relates part of Oskar Schindler’s life, who saved more than a thousand Polish Jews from the Holocaust during World War II.

This mesmerizing film full of symbolisms, not only teach us a part of history, it makes us think about helping others and that all the good things we can do in the world even if they are simple actions can make a difference.

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