15 Best Entrepreneur Movies All Business Owners Must Watch for Inspiration

Introduction

No matter how cool an entrepreneur’s life looks, there’s always grueling hard work and unwavering focus behind their success. It’s no easy job to be an entrepreneur, and it is an even tougher job to capture the essence of an entrepreneur’s way of life. In simple words, an entrepreneur is a super motivated individual, and there is no doubt that motivation births from inspiration. Can’t find enough inspiration in your daily life? Don’t worry, here is a carefully selected list of the best entrepreneur movies for you to watch and kick start your motivated mindset and seek inspiration.

#1 – Wall Street (1987)

It is a brilliant movie displaying the different phases in an entrepreneur’s life, pushing on the fact how greed and ambition can lead one towards an unethical path.

It is available on Hotstar, YouTube, and Google Play Movies.

#2 – Glengarry Glen Ross (1992)

One of the main reasons this movie should be viewed by every entrepreneur out there is to experience firsthand what it means to survive and grow in a stressful work environment. This movie can be used as an example to train people in real life.

It is available on Vudu and iTunes Store.

#3 – Chef (2014)

Carl Casper starts with his own food truck business after losing his job at a popular restaurant. Accompanied by his best friend and son, he soon becomes an internet sensation, which leads him to find a new way of showcasing his skill as a chef. This is of the most exciting and flavorful entrepreneurship movie since it presses on the importance of adapting to change in the real world.

It is available for purchase on YouTube, Vudu and Google Play Movies.

#4 – Jerry Maguire (1996)

Starring Tom Cruise, after being fired from his sports agency for illegal practices, sports agent Jerry Maguire is forced to start from scratch. He opens up his agency, where he manages to find only a single client.

It is available for purchase on YouTube, Vudu and Google Play Movies.

#5 – Boiler Room (2000)

A college dropout in an attempt to meet his father’s standards joins an investment firm as a broker who guarantees him a fast route to success. Soon he finds himself amidst the bad that there is in the world, all because he became a little too greedy and made the wrong judgments.

It is available for purchase on YouTube, Vudu, and Google Play Movies.

#6 – The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

This is one of the best business movies of all time. It shows the good and the bad in the world of entrepreneurship. A story about Jordan Belfort’s rise to the top using immoral means and dishonesty eventually leads him to serve time in jail.

It is available for purchase on YouTube, Vudu, and Google Play Movies.

#7 – The Big Short (2015)

Based on the 2010 book of the same name by Micheal Lewis and a star-studded line-up of the most talented actors, this movie depicts the US housing market’s pre-destined crash by examining and researching all its flaws and systematic corruption.

It is available on Netflix, YouTube, Vudu, and Google Play Movies.

#8 – The Pursuit of Happiness (2006)

A movie that is recommended for all to watch and learn from and is deemed one of the best entrepreneur movies breaks all expectations and delivers an outstanding cinema piece. Starring Will Smith and his real-life son, Jaden Smith, the duo are on their own when the world comes crashing down. It is a treat for the soul.

It is available on Netflix, YouTube, and Google Play Movies.

#9 – Joy (2015)

Joy Mangano, a divorced mother of two, faces many struggles in her professional and personal life and still manages to rise above all odds and build her prosperous business empire.

It is available for purchase on YouTube, Netflix, and Google Play Movies.

 #10 – The Social Network (2010)

One of the most talked-about entrepreneurship movies of all time, it is a movie of how Facebook, the world’s biggest social media platform, came into being and the repercussions that Mark Zuckerberg faced along the way from scratch to finish.

It is available on Netflix, YouTube, and Google Play Movies.

#11 – The Aviator (2004)

Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, ‘The Aviator’ is a story of a young millionaire and his dream of making a mark in the American film industry.

It is available on Netflix, YouTube, and Google Play Movies.

#12 – Steve Jobs (2015)

The life story of the man who co-founded the company Apple, ‘Steve Jobs’ is more of a behind the scenes story of Jobs’s personal and professional life while he’s launching three new products.

 It is available for purchase on YouTube, Netflix, and Google Play Movies.

#13 – The Founder (2016)

Ray, a salesman, realizes the potential of a fast-food restaurant that goes by McDonald’s and expands it into a multi-million dollar company spreading its reach to almost all parts of the world. It is one of the best business movies of all time.

It is available on Netflix, YouTube, and Google Play Movies.

#14 – Any Given Sunday (1999)

Starring Al Pacino, he plays the role of a veteran coach of a football team who, along with dealing compassionately with his players, has to manage conflicts with the team’s owner.

It is available on Netflix, YouTube, and Google Play Movies.

#15 – Moneyball (2011)

One of the only entrepreneurship movies that keep the viewers hooked till the last second of the movie. Starring Bradd Pitt in the lead role, the story focuses not only on reinventing the players on a team but also on reinventing game management style.

It is available on Netflix, YouTube, and Google Play Movies.

Conclusion

These are some of the best entrepreneurship movies out of a long list of movies. Hope you enjoy watching them!

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Starting from scratch never tasted so good.

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You don’t get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies.

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For some men, the sky was the limit. For him, it was just the beginning.

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