12 Of The Best Motivational Movie Speeches You Want To Watch All Over Again

We’ve played movies just to watch the exact scene, the motivational one! So precise and intense that we cannot avoid to get goosebump flow on our hands.

To save ourselves some time, I’ve made a list of 12 of the most motivational movie speeches we cannot avoid to watch all over again.

1. The Great Dictator – Probably the greatest speech ever made. Message to humanity is send: Greed has inducted our lives. We would rather live rich in misery than poor in happiness. The greed has twisted our point of view. The TV, Rich People, Commercials, Movies …

2. Braveheart – Mel Gibson’s ‘teachings’ before the battle in Braveheart digs our deepest emotions, no matter how many times we’ve watched the movie, it will always make us want to pick up our swords and fight next to him!

3. Any Given Sunday – Al Pacino (the most complete actor in the world) is going to burn your desire to do and be. Starting from his miserable view on him, he’s trying to teach folks not only to win the game, but to win life as ONE!

4. Lord of the Rings – Aragorn’s incredible speech leading an army to fight against something which is not even human, nor dead or alive, is more than epic thing to do. This makes me want to watch all the parts all over again!

5. Hoosiers – Hoosiers, based on a true story, depicts the small Hickory High School rising from “the mud” to compete for the championship. Gene Hackman is perfect fit as coach Norman Dale and his pre-game speech is outstanding.

6. Miracle – No one ever dreamed that the Americans stood a chance to win the soviets, except Herb Brooks.

He gave them the faith that they are given the opportunity, at the exact moment, to make history! The Miracle on Ice was one of the greatest upsets in the history of sports.

7. 300 – While the army of 300 dined in hell, giving their abnormally brave lives, Dilios speaks up to 10.000 warriors furiously motivational words. This one you’ll have to feel yourself!

8. Coach Carter – “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.” This one is my personal prayer I get to listen once a week!

9. Friday Night Lights – Coach Gary Gaines (Billy Bob Thornton) talks out the reality of every individual and their life. So much things to quote from these scene …

10. Remember the Titans – Denzel Washington (Coach Boone) tries to teach respect through historical lessons. This one is clean truth! We must put values over feelings sometimes. The real deal starts from 1:25.

11. The Pursuit of Happiness – “Don’t let others tell you what you can and can’t do. You want something, go get it. Period.”

Will Smith and his real life son, acting in a inspirational speech scene, gives us incredible feeling of father-sun bond! If you’ve watched this already, feed your soul with it one more time!

12. Rocky Balboa –  Actually, there’s a history behind this scene, and maybe that’s the reason why he’s acting it so real and alive! Sylvester Stallone has gone from the gutter through the top with this script and movie! Having his son insult him, and his actual live, getting from bottom to the top, is something Rocky inspires to act and make the best movie scene of all times. This one is cherry on the top!

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