1) Peaceful Warrior: “A warrior does not give up what he loves, he finds the love in what he does.” Is a dialogue form this movie. Based on the Novel “Way of the Peaceful Warrior” by Dan Millman, this movie is the story of a university student as well as a locally famous gymnast who dreams of winning a National Championship competition, but suffers from psychological restlessness. In one of his sleepless nights, he meets a petrol pump attender who changes his life - step by step.
2) The Celestine Prophecy: This movie based on the novel of the same name by James Redfield is a thrilling journey. Disillusioned and temporarily rudderless, John Woodson is about to experience a dramatic and profound metamorphosis. Through a mysterious set of coincidences, he finds himself on an adventure to Peru in search of ancient scrolls, known as the Celestine Prophecy. The prophecy and its nine key insights, predict a new awakening that redefines human life and provides a glimpse into a completely spiritual culture on earth. Resistant at first, skeptical and unsure, John finds that each step he takes, each person he encounters leads him to a new awakening. It is only in this letting go that he finds his destiny and comes to understand the meaning that had escaped him when his adventure began.
3) Kung Fu Panda: “One often meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it.” This dialogue from the movie almost sums up the whole story. It’s the story about a lazy, irreverent slacker panda, named Po, who is the biggest fan of Kung Fu around...which doesn’t exactly come in handy while working every day in his family’s noodle shop. Unexpectedly chosen to fulfil an ancient prophecy, Po’s dreams become reality when he joins the world of Kung Fu and studies alongside his idols, the legendary Furious Five -- Tigress, Crane, Mantis, Viper and Monkey -- under the leadership of their guru, Master Shifu. But before they know it, the vengeful and treacherous snow leopard Tai Lung is headed their way, and it’s up to Po to defend everyone from the oncoming threat. Can he turn his dreams of becoming a Kung Fu master into reality? Po puts his heart - and his girth - into the task, and the unlikely hero ultimately finds that his greatest weaknesses turn out to be his greatest strengths. And let’s not forget the “Secret Recipe” Po uses to defeat Tai Lung.
4) Forrest Gump: Forrest, Forrest Gump is a simple man with little brain activity but good intentions. He struggles through childhood with his best and only friend Jenny. His ‘mama’ teaches him the ways of life and leaves him to choose his destiny. Forrest joins the army for service in Vietnam, finding new friends called Dan and Bubba, he wins medals, starts a table tennis craze, creates a famous shrimp fishing fleet, inspires people to jog, create the smiley, write bumper stickers and songs, donating to people and meeting the president several times. However this is all irrelevant to Forrest who can only think of his childhood sweetheart Jenny. Who has messed up her life. Although in the end all he wants to prove is that anyone can love anyone.
5) The Bucket List: Corporate billionaire Edward Cole and working class mechanic Carter Chambers have nothing in common except for their terminal illnesses. While sharing a hospital room together, they decide to leave it and do all the things they have ever wanted to do before they die according to their bucket list. In the process, both of them heal each other, become unlikely friends, and ultimately find the joy in life.
6) The Butterfly Effect: Evan Treborn grows up in a small town with his single, working mother and his friends. He suffers from memory blackouts where he suddenly finds himself somewhere else, confused. Evan’s friends and mother hardly believe him, thinking he makes it up just to get out of trouble. As Evan grows up he has less of these blackouts until he seems to have recovered. Since the age of seven he has written a diary of his blackout moments so he can remember what happens. One day at college he starts to read one of his old diaries, and suddenly a flashback hits him like a brick! “It has been said something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world.” - Chaos Theory.
7) Dragonfly: Dr. Joe Darrow is a recently widowed doctor. He is grieving due to the death of his pregnant wife in a Red Cross mission in Venezuela. Although being atheist, he began to believe that his dead wife wants to communicate with him, through her young patients in the Pediatrics of a Chicago hospital.
8) The Polar Express: This is the story of a young hero boy on Christmas Eve who boards on a powerful magical train that’s headed to the North Pole and Santa Claus’s home. What unfolds is an an adventure which follows a doubting boy, who takes an extraordinary train ride to the North Pole; during this ride, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery which shows him that the wonder of life never fades for those who believe.
9) Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2000): The mustang stallion Spirit grows up to proudly succeed his father as leader of the Cimarron herd in the unspoiled Wild West. When ‘civilization’ reaches Dakota territory, naive curiosity gets him caught by cowboys and sold to the US Cavalry. Its method of training by breaking a horse fails utterly on him. Just when the colonel intends to shoot Spirit, the equally indomitable captured young Lakota brave, Little Creek, escapes on his back. He also tricks him to a coral with his beloved mare, but shows respect and wins some trust. As the railroad arrives, the Indian village is wrecked and Spirit gets captured for use as a draft-horse. When the stallion realizes this project threatens his whole world, he escapes and unleashes the fury of a force of nature, ultimately teaming up with Little Creek.
10) The Kid (2000 starring Bruce Willis): Russ Duritz is a wealthy L.A. image consultant, but as he nears 40, he’s cynical, dogless, chickless, estranged from his father, and he has no memories of his childhood. One night he surprises an intruder, who turns out to be a kid, almost 8 years old. There’s something oddly familiar about the chubby lad, whose name is Rusty. The boy’s identity sparks a journey into Russ’s past that the two of them take - to find the key moment that has defined who Russ is. Two long-suffering women look on with disbelief: Russ’s secretary, Janet, and his assistant, the lovely Amy, to whom Rusty takes a shine. What, and who, is at the end of this journey?
11) Horton hears a Who!: In this animated film, One day, Horton the elephant hears a cry from help coming from a speck of dust. Even though he can’t see anyone on the speck, he decides to help it. As it turns out, the speck of dust is home to the Whos, who live in their city of Whoville. Horton agrees to help protect the Whos and their home, but this gives him nothing but torment from his neighbors, who refuse to believe that anything could survive on the speck. Still, Horton stands by the motto that, “After all, a person is a person, no matter how small.”
12) Little Buddha : Lama Norbu comes to Seattle in search of the reincarnation of his dead teacher, Lama Dorje. His search leads him to young Jesse Conrad, Raju, a waif from Kathmandu, and an upper class Indian girl. Together, they journey to Bhutan where the three children must undergo a test to prove which is the true reincarnation. Interspersed with this, is the story of Siddhartha, later known as the Buddha. It traces his spiritual journey from ignorance to true enlightenment.
13) Happy Feet: the great nation of Emperor Penguins, deep in Antarctica, you’re nobody unless you can sing - which is unfortunate for Mumble (ELIJAH WOOD), who is the worst singer in the world. He is born dancing to his own tune...tap dancing. As fate would have it, his one friend, Gloria (BRITTANY MURPHY), happens to be the best singer around. Mumble and Gloria have a connection from the moment they hatch, but she struggles with his strange “hippity- hoppity” ways. Away from home for the first time, Mumble meets a posse of decidedly un-Emperor-like penguins - the Adelie Amigos. Led by Ramon (ROBIN WILLIAMS), the Adelies instantly embrace Mumble’s cool dance moves and invite him to party with them. In Adelie Land, Mumble seeks the counsel of Lovelace the Guru (also voiced by ROBIN WILLIAMS), a crazy-feathered Rockhopper penguin who will answer any of life’s questions for the price of a pebble. Together with Lovelace and the Amigos, Mumble sets out across vast landscapes and, after some epic encounters, proves that by being true to yourself, you can make all the difference in the world.
14) Imagine That: A financial executive who can’t stop his career downspiral is invited into his daughter’s imaginary world, where solutions to his problems await.
15) Bee Movie: Barry B. Benson, a bee who has just graduated from college, is disillusioned at his lone career choice: making honey. On a special trip outside the hive, Barry’s life is saved by Vanessa, a florist in New York City. As their relationship blossoms, he discovers humans actually eat honey, and subsequently decides to sue us.
16) Up: A young Carl Fredrickson meets a young adventure spirited girl named Ellie. They both dream of going to a Lost Land in South America. 70 years later, Ellie has died. Carl remembers the promise he made to her. Then, when he inadvertently hits a construction worker, he is forced to go to a retirement home. But before they can take him, he and his house fly away. However he has a stowaway aboard. An 8 year old boy named Russell, who’s trying to get an Assisting the Elderly badge. Together, they embark on an adventure, where they encounter talking dogs, an evil villain and a rare bird named Kevin.
17) Penelope: In this modern day romantic tale, Penelope is about a young girl’s inspiring journey, a mysterious family secret and the power of love. With all odds against her, in order for Penelope to break the family curse, she must find true love with “one of her own kind” and realize the most important life lesson, “I like myself the way I am.”
18) Joey: A young boy’s friendship with a playful baby kangaroo leads him on the ultimate adventure in this fun-filled story for all ages. 12-year-old Billy McGregor lives on a ranch in the wild, rugged Australian Outback with his mom and lots of great animal friends including a baby kangaroo named “Joey.”But when Joey’s parents are kidnapped by poachers, Billy and the little ‘roo must board a train for the big city discovering tons of excitement and fun new friends along the way to attempt a daring rescue that has the entire nation cheering them on!
19) Bedtime Stories: Funnyman Adam Sandler stars in Walt Disney Pictures’ Bedtime Stories, the magical family comedy that’s packed with adventure and lots of heart. When Skeeter Bronson (Sandler) babysits his sister’s (Courteney Cox) children, his imagination runs wild as he dreams up elaborate bedtime stories always casting himself as the hero. Entranced, the children add their own ideas to these once-upon-a-time tales of heroics and chivalry. Then magic happens. These nighttime fantasies become Skeeter’s daytime realities, leading him on a real-life adventure in search of his own happy ending. Filled with colorful characters, humor and whimsy, this heartwarming comedy will enchant your entire family again and again.
20) Groundhog Day: A weather man is reluctantly sent to cover a story about a weather forecasting “rat” (as he calls it). This is his fourth year on the story, and he makes no effort to hide his frustration. On awaking the ‘following’ day he discovers that it’s Groundhog Day again, and again, and again. First he uses this to his advantage, then comes the realisation that he is doomed to spend the rest of eternity in the same place, seeing the same people do the same thing EVERY day.
21) The Karate Kid: A handyman/martial arts master agrees to teach a bullied boy karate and shows him that there is more to the martial art than fighting.
22) The Blue Butterfly: Based on a true story, The Blue Butterfly tells the story of a terminally ill 10-year-old boy whose dream is to catch the most beautiful butterfly on Earth, the mythic and elusive Blue Morpho. His mother persuades a renowned entomologist to take them on a trip to the jungle to search for the butterfly, leading to an adventure that will transform their lives.
23) Made in Heaven (1987): A romantic, occasionally funny, drama about two souls who consummate their marriage literally in “Heaven” Mike Shea, in his first life dies as a young man performing a heroic rescue. Shortly after arriving in “Heaven” he meets a new soul, Annie Packert, who has never lived on Earth before. The drama centres around their separation soon after being wedded and the burning question is whether they will reunite on Earth before time runs out or whether they are fated to eternal soul-searching.
24) The Trotsky: Leon Bronstein is not your average Montreal West high school student. For one thing, none of his peers can claim to be the reincarnation of early 20th century Soviet iconoclast and Red Army hero, Leon Trotsky. When his father sends Leon to public school as punishment for starting a hunger strike at Papa’s clothing factory, Leon quickly lends new meaning to the term ‘student union’, determined as he is to live out his pre-ordained destiny to the fullest and change the world.
25) A Christmas Carol (1938): On Christmas Eve, an old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the spirit of his former partner, Jacob Marley. The deceased partner was in his lifetime as mean and miserly as Scrooge is now and he warns him to change his ways or face the consequences in the afterlife. Scrooge dismisses the apparition but the first of the three ghosts, the Ghost of Christmas Past, visits as promised. Scrooge sees those events in his past life, both happy and sad, that forged his character. The second spirit, the Ghost of Christmas Present, shows him how many currently celebrate Christmas. The Ghost of Christmas yet to Come shows him how he will be remembered once he is gone. To his delight, the spirits complete their visits in one night giving him the opportunity to mend his ways.
26) Dead Again (with Kenneth Brannagh and Emma Thompson): The past is still present. In “Dead Again”, the movie starts with the execution of an innocent man who says just before his death that “this is far from over.” Revenge for wrongs done in past lives powerfully directs the future... as when all the key players in the murder reincarnate, then find one another again, and strive to “put right what once went wrong”.
27) On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (with Barbra Streisand): A very interesting movie on Past Life Regression, this movie is about Daisy Gamble, an unusual woman who hears phones before they ring, and does wonders with her flowers, wants to quit smoking, to please her fianc& eacute;e, Warren. She goes to a doctor of hypnosis to do it. But once she’s under, her doctor finds out that she can regress into past lives and different personalities, and he finds himself falling in love with one of them.
28) Stir of Echoes(with Kevin Bacon): There are times when the dead cannot wait to come back... and take it upon themselves to intervene in the land of the living by dispensing instant karma. In “Stir of Echoes” the spirit of a murdered girl invades the psychic awareness of a neighbor. In a classic case of “After Life Intervention”, she leads him - unwillingly - to discover her body and bring her murderers to justice.
29) The King’s Speech: After his brother abdicates, George (‘Bertie’) reluctantly assumes the throne. Plagued by a dreaded stammer and considered unfit to be king, Bertie engages the help of an unorthodox speech therapist named Lionel Logue. Through a set of unexpected techniques, and as a result of an unlikely friendship, Bertie is able to find his voice and boldly lead the country through war. This movie gives deep insights into the Inner Child Wounds and the unbelievable but true results of healing one’s Inner Child.
30) Dying to Remember: A woman goes to a psychiatrist because she is plagued by recurring nightmares. The psychiatrist tells her that she was involved in a murder in San Francisco in a past life, and the nightmares are related to that crime. She enlists the help of two San Francisco police officers to help solve the old murder.
31) Bruce Almighty: Bruce Nolan, a television reporter in Buffalo, N.Y., is discontented with almost everything in life despite his popularity and the love of his girlfriend Grace . At the end of the worst day of his life, Bruce angrily ridicules and rages against God and God responds. God appears in human form and, endowing Bruce with divine powers, challenges Bruce to take on the big job to see if he can do it any better
32) Ghost (with Demi Moore): In “Ghost”, a wrongfully murdered man uses both “poltergeist” energy (to move objects) and “Instrumental Transcommunication” (to type on a computer) to exact his revenge.
33) Heart and Souls (with Alfre Woodard): There are no accidents in the universe. When “accidents happen” in the universe of all possibilities, there are creative ways to work around them. In “Heart and Souls” four people who die in a bus crash become attached to a boy who grows up to help them complete their unfinished business before they move to their next life.
34) Heaven Can Wait (with Warren Beatty): In “Heaven Can Wait”, a soul taken out of his body too early attaches to another and finds the woman who becomes his reason for living and loving.
35) Somewhere in Time (with Jane Seymour and Christopher Reeve): There are no barriers to love in the universe... not time, not distance, not death can ever truly separate those love with the passion of eternity. In “Somewhere in Time”, a woman waits her whole life to convince the man she has already loved to go back to the past and love her again.
36) The Love Letter (with Jennifer Jason Leigh and Campbell Scott): In “The Love Letter”, a window to the past is opened by an antique desk, which allows lovers parted by war in the past to find one another in the present and resume their long denied love.
37) Guarding Tess (with Shirley MacLaine): The past is a nice place to visit... but you do not want to live there. In “Guarding Tess”, the wife of a dead President keeps reliving the glory days of her past even though it is killing her (which manifests as a brain tumor)
38) Dolores Claiborne (with Kathy Bates): In “Dolores Claiborne”, a wife, -suspected of murdering her husband, must come to terms with it, while under investigation in the death of her employer. In both the movies (Guarding Tess and Dolores Claiborne) the main characters face their pasts and embrace their present by healing their troubled relationships with those left in their lives now. Both learn that living in the past... only keeps them trapped there.
39) Defending Your Life (with Albert Brooks): “There is no hell... but Los Angeles is getting pretty close...”is the explanation given to a man who is about to review - and defend - his most recent lifetime on Earth. As becomes clear from his lawyer who vigorously applauds his mundane life and from his prosecutor who has no trouble finding his faults, this man is no hero. And yet, in the final moments of the life between lives, this man shows how love can transform cowards into heroes. Even his prosecutor was moved to tears by his final act of heroism, which goes to show that we can be supported by those we least expect and that we can do more than we believe ourselves able to do.
40) Titanic (with Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio): There is a reason that Titanic sailed into a fortune... it was because it showed what was truest and best about the human condition as well it’s falsity and failures. At the heart of the movie was a story of past life love... for to transcend the barriers of class, fortune, and circumstance so quickly and so easily is only possible where a Soul connection of deep love already existed from past lives. When Jack says that he lives each day to the fullest with the goal of “making it count”, he shows us what a fully realized being is. When Rose lives the rest of her long life because of his courage, she show us how powerfully love can transform us. In the final hours of Titanic, each was tested in a way they would live with for the rest of their lives.
41) Mother Night (with Nick Nolte): “You are what you pretend to be... so be very careful about what you pretend to be” is the life lesson of “Mother Night”. An American born playwright takes on the role of a lifetime when he poses as a Nazi sympathizer to secretly send coded transmissions as part of his radio program. When he realizes that his message of hate is taken seriously by all around him, his life slowly collapses in on him until it finally destroys him.
42) Sleuth (with Michael Caine and Laurence Olivier): In”Sleuth”, a mystery novelist’s obsession with murder causes him to commit the real thing.
43) The Secret Life of Things: Life Pscycle-ology (2010 short film): The Secret Life of Things: Life Pscycle-ology takes a humorous look at the life story of an unhappy mobile phone, who seeks therapy after his owner abandons him in favour of a new model. In this short animation our cell phone Eric, is taken through a past life regression therapy to explore the environmental impacts associated with his materials, manufacturing, use and disposal. This educational animation provides a funny twist on the experiences of our everyday products
44) Deathtrap (with Michael Caine and Christopher Reeve): A playwright’s murder-for-money scheme in “Deathtrap” snares him in a web of lies that “traps” him into his own “death”.
45) Patton (with George C. Scott): “Through a glass and darkly, the age old strife I see where I fought in many guises, many names but always me” was how General George S. Patton Jr. paid tribute to the many military incarnations that made him the very genius of war. Nothing stays with one more than the sting of personal defeat as General Patton remarked when he recounted a past life during the sacking of Carthage in an early scene of the movie.
46) Gladiator (with Russell Crowe): There is nothing like personal adversity to sear one to their soul as Maximus in the movie “Gladiator” learned when the slaughter of his wife and child propelled him on a tortured path of revenge. For those that want to know the true experience of war without having to live through it, watch the opening scenes of “Gladiator” or the first 30 minutes of ”Saving Private Ryan”.
47) Saving Private Ryan (with Tom Hanks): For those wanting to know what war really does to someone, watch the deterioration of the Hanks character closely.
48) Yesterday’s Children (with Jane Seymour): “Yesterday’s Children” is the movie version of the book by Jenny Cockell entitled “Across Time and Death: A Mother’s Search for Her Past Life Children”. Although “Americanized” and “TV-ish”, this movie remains true to the heartwarming account of how a mother’s love from a past life translated into her present day search for her children to make sure they were “all right”. It also shows many of the following truisms of past life exploration. That emotional issues (she was an abused wife) are more important than mundane details (like last names) which could be scientifically verified. That the more the past is ignored, the more problems it causes in the present (her life and health were disrupted, forcing her to take action).
49) Two Worlds of Jennie Logan (with Lindsay Wagner): In the “Two Worlds of Jennie Logan”, helps us to understand that past life information comes in it’s own order and own good time and makes us realize that ultimately love is what life is all about.
50) What the Bleep Do We Know? (with Marlee Matlin and Barry Newman): Quantum physics is the missing link between physics and metaphysics and even science and religion. “What the Bleep Do We Know?!” shows us that quantum physics can provide the answers to most of the unanswered questions about the nature of our reality.
51) The Secret: The Secret is about the power of intention and how to use the law of attraction to create whatever you want. Most people focus their thoughts either on what they don’t want or on reinforcing what they’re already getting. The key however, is to keep your thoughts focused on what you desire, even if it seems to have no presence in your life yet.
52) Jonathan Livingston Seagull: This is the movie version of Richard Bach’s classic book of the same name. It tells us of our limitless potential and is one of he most simple and yet most powerfully inspirational movies ever made.
53) Staya Erusa: Staya Erusa is a Dutch movie. If you are interested in finding solutions that can help to create ‘a better world’ we believe you’ll find much to fascinate, provoke, intrigue and challenge you in this film. Everyone accepts that humanity faces huge challenges. This film will help us to develop a whole new perspective and, along with that, new possibilities for solutions.