Have you ever felt a sudden urge to change the world after getting done with a movie marathon? Well, we will help you with that. Below are the top ten movies every entrepreneur or budding entrepreneur should watch. 1. The Social Network (2010) The Social Network shows how a Harvard undergrad changed the whole scenario of global social networking. This Harvard student is none other than Mark Zuckerberg. Watch the movie to understand how Facebook started and to remember once again that everything big has got a minimal starting point. No idea is ever stupid. Look at how this dorm room idea is the most profitable business with $853.55 billion today. 2. Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999) This movie is based on the book ‘Fire in the Valley: The Making of the Personal Computer’ and shows the lives of the two great rivals of the 1980s who later became to be the most influential technological creators that transformed the world of technology. They are Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. 3. FYRE: The Exclusive Party That Never Happened (2019) This Netflix original is a documentary about the most fabulous party that never happened. In 2017 Billy McFarland organized a party for the top Instagram influencers with lavish accommodation and sold tickets for real good money. But when the event finally happened, it was nothing as promised, there was no proper accommodation, and not many influencers showed up. This documentary shows the event as to how it was sold and what actually happened. 4. Dangerous Man (2005) This movie revolves around Yuri Orlov, who realizes that his path to success is through illegal arms trading. A dark comedy and action. This movie will entertain you and teach you more about customer relations and negotiation quality. 5. Startup.com (2001) Are you starting a business with a friend? We suggest you watch this movie to understand how easily friendships are threatened when mixed with business. This movie gives us insight into the blooming age of the dot-com period and the tale of GovWorks, a promising startup back in the days that provides us with a lesson on what to do and not do when starting a startup. 6. The Pursuit of Happiness (2006) The story revolves around the life of a salesman who struggles even to pay rent of his apartment with the sales commission he is making and is made to move out with his son. He then works his way up into the stock market. This inspiring movie shows us the trouble that a man must bear in order to climb the stairs of success. 7. Glengarry Glenn Ross(1992) Glengarry Glenn Ross is an American drama that shows the dilemma of real estate salespeople. This movie will teach you how to operate during a high volume of incoming sales and what are the qualities one needs to brush on during this time to survive and thrive. This movie has been advised to a real-life salesperson to understand what to do to sell and what not to do to sell. 8. The Godfather (1972) 9. The Godfather II (1974) 10. The Godfather III (1990) The Godfather trilogy has been the most talked about since the time it was released, and it might just be one of Al Pacino’s most known and talked movies. The story revolves around Godfather and his son Corleone who gradually sets bricks for what will one day be known as the most prominent crime organization in New York.