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The Most Inspirational Movies Ever Made — Complete List

If you are planning to watch a movie worthy of your time, then this article is exactly what you need.

The following list contains over 100 of the most inspirational movies ever made, all of them containing bits of truth and esoteric knowledge. Some will expand you understanding, while others will be awe-inspiring. Even comedies are listed here, but only those spreading awakening messages.

Brief insights will be offered for some of the films, but rest assured that all synopsis’ are spoiler-free.

You can buy any of the movies by following the attached links:

1. Peaceful Warrior

Gives a great look at the importance of living in the now, and sheds light on the role that the mind can play in clouding your inner guidance.

Shows the limitless potential we all carry, while emphasizing that there is more to life than just what we have and what we chase in the form of materials and success. Based on the true story of Dan Millman.

Would you like to read the story instead? Buy Book Here;

2. The Matrix

Gives a great representation of exactly what we are to the Elite of the world – batteries. We fuel their entire matrix and designed system.

Perhaps even more profound is how this film reveals what it is like to awaken and step out of The Matrix into the real world. Only the minds stories and your ego are what limit you.

3. Equilibrium

What would happen if your government created a medication that stopped you from feeling? This is what is explored in this film and it eerily is accurate to our world and how we have become drones to the system simply going to work and doing tasks not ever feeling what is outside of it.

What happens when one breaks free?

Equilibrium is a good depiction of the New World Order, if it succeeds. As you might have guessed, this masterpiece ranks very high on my “all-time favorite movies” list. If you haven’t seen it yet, maybe this trailer will convince you – without spoiling the action.

After watching the movie, you will be more determined than ever to stop the NWO madness before it’s too late.

4. Lord of War

Sheds light on the truth behind the arms industry, showing the government’s prominent role in the distribution and sale of weapons. Shows how the government covers up this distribution and uses it to further promote violence and fear throughout the world.

5. They Live

A very accurate depiction of the Extraterrestrial presence that is ruling our planet. They Live sheds light on how a secret group of reptilian ET’s are at the top of our elite and are creating a frequency on the planet that keeps us all blind from the truth and from seeing who they truly are. It also sheds light on much of the control the Elite has over various structures.

6. V For Vendetta

Shows some of the corruption in the various levels of government, and how we are kept hidden from the truth. Ultimately also gives glimpses of the intention behind the New World Order, and how all it takes is a collective awakening and refusal to abide to bring an end to their power and control.

7. Eyes Wide Shut

A look into what Illuminati and masonic rituals are like. This film was modeled after real events. Kubrick’s goal in this film was to expose what was happening with the Elite in this world. Kubrick was apparently killed for the release of this film shortly after approving the final cut that was released in theatres.

8. La Belle Verte (The Green Beautiful)

Shows the interconnectedness we all share, and how far off the human experience on earth has drifted from that. Focuses on the simplicity and peace that inherently comes from a planet based on love and oneness.

9. Fight Club

At the end it shows how the complete collapse of the financial and debt structures in place. Which is part of what will be required to shift the consciousness of the planet.  Also shows the role the mind can play, and how easily it can mask itself as our true and only experience.

10. Revolver

An awesome movie with a lot of truth in it that is often not seen in film. This movie breaks down what the Ego truly is and how it plays a role in enslaving us. It very accurately depicts the role of the ego and how powerful it can be in this experience. All of this is done with a great story anyone would enjoy.

11. 1984

Shows the government’s ability and desire to easily re-write history and ultimately control everything that we say, think and feel. Also uses a reversal of freedom and love-based words to enforce a heavily controlled reality, where power rests in the hands of few.

Also shows how fear alone is enough to keep people not only supporting but in promotion of the system that keeps them enslaved.

The book is an absolute must-read. You can Buy it here.

12. Conversations With God

Shows the relationship and connectedness we all have with our inner guidance/ higher self. Also gives a framework for how life naturally falls into place when connected, and how the mind can play a definitive role in disconnecting us from it.

13. Metropolis

A 1927 classing. It shows the enslavement of the masses for the benefit of the few, and the desired separation that exists between the two classes.

So much so that the enslaved have no understanding of what they are up keeping, and the benefactors have no appreciation or connectedness to those that they benefit from.

14. Blood Diamond

Sheds light on the corruption and hardship incurred in certain parts of the world to provide unnecessary luxuries to those in the developed world. Also shows how this truth is controlled and hidden from those who keep the industry intact through praise and value.

Related article: The truth about the engagement ring.

15. Avatar

As David Icke explained, it is the story of Earth’s takeover, in reverse. And that’s exactly how the soulless human-drones are remote-controlled by our enslavers. Read Icke’s article here.

A film involving consciousness and how we are all connected as one to each other,  the planet and the animal kingdom.

Avatar also has a striking resemblance to the actual reptilian take over of earth. In the films case humans create a hybrid body to mingle and manipulate the Na’vi race, much like what has happened here on earth.

16. The Wizard of Oz

Another classic. Shows one of the control systems most heavily utilized tactics, which is to blow their control and power out of proportion. Making them seem larger and more powerful then they truly are (the small wizard behind the curtain).

17. K-Pax

This is one of my absolute favorite movies, and it has one of the deepest and most heart-warming soundtracks.

It is the story of a “drop in” which is an Extraterrestrial who takes on a human physicality to have an experience on earth. Prote, the main character, has come from his planet and into a human body to observe and take back information about the experience of earth.

You can listen to a sample here, and you can buy the album here if you like it.

18. Fire In The Sky

This film is based on a true story of an alien abduction. Not much more needs to be said other than, it’s a true story and many cases like this exist.

19. Mr. Destiny

A comedic and light-hearted film that introduces the idea of timelines, ultimately showing that as unpleasant as one’s current reality may seem, it is always that which is best for soul growth and experience.

20. A Scanner Darkly

Featuring some cameo appearances by Alex Jones, this film dives into the drug world and how the government and the very people appointed to stop drug use and sales get caught up in the scene and are often the suppliers.

21. Knowing

This film has some great bits of truth in it that involve ETs and light beings who are choosing to assist various individuals in an apocalyptic time with rebuilding a new life on another planet. This was a potential scenario that had dissolved in reality.

22. Ambition to Meaning

This is a film made by Dr. Wayne Dyer and is based on some of his books. It is a great depiction of 3 different stories that all intertwine with one another. This film is geared towards spreading the message of shifting ones consciousness to create a new and more expanded life.

23. What Dreams May Come

Sheds light on the fact that we can sometimes create what appears as a periodic afterlife for ourselves based on what we believed while living. We remain in this afterlife until we figure our how to move beyond it and reincarnate again.

24. Waking Life

Are dreams as real as reality? The film looks at dreams and how they can be as real and full of growth as “real life” is.  This is a good one to reflect upon as it allows us to raise many questions within ourselves about life, the universe and how it all ties together.

Extremely important movies were missing from this list, amongst which, two of my favorite films to date:

25. The Fountain

The Fountain could be my all-time favorite film and it was/is hugely underrated. In my opinion, this is the closest one could get to a spiritual experience, by watching a movie.

There are three parallel stories taking place, which represent three different incarnations of two soul mates (Tomas and Isabel), spanning over a millennium.

One story takes place in the past, in the time of the Spanish conquistadors, the second one in the present, and the third one in a non-physical future (either in meditation, or in the life between incarnations).

The stories are breathtaking, the acting is perfect, and the sound track is not of this world. A true masterpiece!

You can listen to a sample of the soundtrack here, and you can buy the complete album here.

26. The Truman Show

Another film that is very close to the top of my list, is The Truman Show. I recommend you to watch this movie without reading any reviews or seeing any trailers. There’s not much to say without spoiling the experience for you, but the story will make you question reality. It also has some pretty interesting esoteric references for those who know where to look.

Regardless of your awareness level, The Truman Show will not disappoint. If you watched it years ago, make sure to watch it again. The more you “awaken,” the better the movie becomes.

27. Contact

Contact is an immensely important film for all those who believe that we have already been contacted by extraterrestrial intelligence.

David Wilcock, an extremely important writer and researcher of our days, received inside information that the movie Contact is based on an actual secret project, known as “Project Looking Glass.” The device acts similar to a huge pineal gland when activated, enabling those operating it to see the past, but more importantly, the future.

If we have this technology from extraterrestrials, then it could possibly also be used to communicate with our brothers and sisters from the stars — as seen in the movie.

Most of you probably saw Contact years ago, but I bet you’ll want to see it again after reading this.

28. Prometheus

The esoteric knowledge behind Prometheus is astonishing for the “initiated” ones. Possibly based on Wayne Herschel‘s work, this film is about the rediscovery of mankind’s forbidden history.

After finding the same stellar map in all ancient cultures, a team of scientists will travel the vastness of the universe in order to meet our makers. Though far from reaching its highest potential, this movie is still very interesting.

29. The Adjustment Bureau

Are you really in control of your life? What if, somewhere beyond your perception, maybe in a higher dimension, someone is pulling the strings of your destiny, so that you follow certain paths in life?

This is the main theme of The Adjustment Bureau, though “wrapped” in a easier-to-digest romantic story. Yet another movie that failed to reach its highest potential, but still very interesting to watch.

Reader Suggested Additions (I have included buy-links for those that I liked in particular):

  1. Powder
  2. Giant Leap
  3. What About Me?
  4. The Lovely Bones
  5. The Knowing
  6. The Tree of Life
  7. Blueberry
  8. Into the Wild
  9. Star Wars
  10. Phenomenon
  11. Inception
  12. Solaris (Russian Original)
  13. Run Lola Run
  14. Pi
  15. Blade Runner
  16. Ghost in the Shell 1 & 2
  17. The Terminator
  18. Casshern
  19. 12 Monkeys
  20. The Wall
  21. The Constant Gardener
  22. Joe Versus the Volcano
  23. Groundhog Day
  24. The Golden Compass
  25. The 13th Floor
  26. Dark City
  27. The Celestine Prophecy
  28. Crash
  29. A Beautiful Mind
  30. The Five People You Meet In Heaven
  31. Limitless
  32. Baraka
  33. Koyaanisqatsi
  34. Sa Som i Himmelen
  35. Paths of Glory
  36. Grave of the Fireflies
  37. Princess Mononoke
  38. The Day the Earth Stood Still
  39. Chinatown
  40. Brazil
  41. The President’s Analyst
  42. The Man From Earth
  43. The Awakening
  44. Instinct
  45. Signs
  46. Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind
  47. Requiem for a Dream
  48. Vanilla Sky
  49. The DaVinci Code
  50. A Clockwork Orange
  51. Living Luminaries
  52. Mimzy
  53. Pay It Forward
  54. La Vita e Bella
  55. You Can Heal Your Life
  56. Thrive
  57. Babies
  58. The Secret
  59. What the Bleep Do We Really Know
  60. Pleasantville
  61. Ink
  62. Donnie Darko
  63. Big Fish
  64. The Shawshank Redemption
  65. Dead Poet’s Society
  66. Magnolia
  67. Sin City
  68. Jeff Who Lives At Home
  69. Babe
  70. Cloud Atlas
  71. Simon Birch
  72. Fern Gully
  73. The Lorax
  74. Dark Crystal
  75. The Man Who Planted Trees
  76. Brother Sun, Sister Moon
  77. The Emerald Forst
  78. Little Buddha
  79. Being There
  80. Harold & Maud
  81. Machine Gun Preacher
  82. The Guitar
  83. Sunshine — a possible scenario: a team of astronauts sets on a mission to reignite our dying sun.
  84. Yes Man — how you can change your life by becoming positive.
  85. The Hunger Games — according to inside information delivered to David Icke, the “elites” hunt real men for “sport.” Both parts hide esoteric knowledge here and there and the overall message is inspirational. Read all 3 books.
  86. Future by Design — based on Jacque Fresco’s life work, this documentary offers a positive alternative for the human species. Are we mature enough to embrace this world?
  87. The Butterfly Effect — have you ever wished to go back in time and change something? It may not turn out the way you hoped for…
  88. Seven Years in Tibet — based on the true story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who became friends with the Dalai Lama at the time of China’s takeover of Tibet. You can buy the book here.

89. Charlie Wilson’s War

Former Texas congressman Charlie Wilson, had secretly provided billions of dollars from the taxpayer’s money to the Afghan rebels in the 1980s, who were back then fighting the Russians.

The movie omitted to tell that even after the Russians withdrew from Afghanistan, America continued to secretly send weapons to Afghani warlords, who next fought with each other for supremacy, further destroying the country. America sent no money for education, social development or healthcare.

90. Jupiter Ascending

This movie has everything in it: alien greys as soul-less drone geneticists, humanoid armies of clones, reptilians as fierce warriors, and Anunnaki blue bloods seeding worlds with life forms, only to later harvest them for immortality “nectar”.

If you’re in the know, you MUST watch this one!

This list is a work in progress and many new titles will be added in time. If you know an inspirational movie worthy of this list, please leave it posted in a comment bellow. Thank you! 

The original list was put together by Mark DeNicola, Collective Evolution. It was improved by Alexander Light,