Are you afraid of what will happen with you after your last day in high school? After being a school student, college years feel like a move to a new age. To put it simple, during the first studying year in college, you have to learn a lot of hacks.
That’s why we created an exclusive list that may inspire, teach, and lead you of how to behave in different situations facing the college reality.
Also, with a new grade point calculator, you can easily predict your academic perspectives and calculate your GPA. Be the author of your studying process as a director on the set! Let’s have a look at these top six best films about college and what are the insights there right for you.
№ 1: Tiny Furniture (2010)
This is the story about a young Jewish girl that just finished college and doesn’t know how to manage real life. She is back in her hometown and becomes living with her family. How reality could be funny and disappointing at the same time, you may see in this movie.
№ 2: She’s the Man (2006)
Viola loves playing football, but there is no chance to join the tournament for the girl’s team. The Viola’s brother is going to perform with his music band and ask the sister to pretend as she is her brother. He is leaving the school, and happy coincidence turns the dream of a young girl into reality.
№ 3: Legally Blonde (2001)
This film is about stereotypes that young and beautiful blondie girl meets at Harvard Law School. After a hard breakup with her boyfriend, she decides to follow him in this school and has a hope to win him back.
While at Harvard, she is proving herself and others, she is much smarter than people give her credit for. She has excellent work and self-development to improve her as a personality and uses it to her legal advantage.
№ 4: The Social Network (2010)
The story of Harvard student Mark Zuckerburg tells us the facts of the creation of the social networking site. The process was followed by the legal dramas by fellow students who claimed he stole their idea. The Oscar-winning film tells about the price of being a genius and becoming famous.
№ 5: Liberal Arts (2012)
The main character Jesse Fisher is 35, and he is single and uninspired by his job in college admissions. His life is turning all-around books. Jess feels deep nostalgia for his alma mater in Ohio.
Once his favorite professor invites him back to campus to speak at his retirement dinner, Jesse jumps at the chance. While back at college, Jesse meets Zibby, a precocious 16-year-old student and classical music-loving sophomore. She awakens in Jesse’s long-dormant feelings of possibility and connection. While Zibby doesn’t care about the age difference, Jesse knows, this could make things complicated between them.
№ 6: Harry Potter – Film Series (2001-2011)
It is hard to find the person (especially those who were born in the 1990s) that doesn’t know the story about the boy with a scar. Everybody wanted to be like those kids from Hogwarts and were waiting for an invitation in an envelope brought by the owl.
There are a lot of non-magical things appropriate for help in real life, not just adult college students, but also for boys and girls who are just reached 11 years old. That’s why not only the 90’s generation but also many younger teens like the story about Harry Potter and his friends because Hogwarts’ life is very similar to the real one.
Sometimes we can’t say “Avada Kedavra” to the teacher that giving college students too many home tasks, but we can find a lot of answers on how to make the college life magically fun. As you may see from the film on this list, the student’s life may be useful in many other aspects, not just studying.