You probably don’t need any incentive to just pack your bags and see what the world has to offer, but sometimes it’s nice to see what’s out there before you do so. Although you can read travel guides and look at pictures of destinations across the globe, there’s nothing quite like watching people go about their adventures on a screen in front of you. Yes, there are so many travel movies out there, and these ones are bound to inspire your wanderlust.
The Bucket List
There’s a high chance that you have a whole list of bucket list destinations somewhere in your mind, but you might need a remember that it’s there every so often. The Bucket List will do just that, as this story follows the lives of Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson’s character. Although seemingly from two different walks of life, these two men make it their mission to travel around the globe after undergoing cancer treatment.
Into The Wild
Have you ever wanted to leave everything behind and set off with a backpack into the unknown? Into The Wild will show you the ups and downs of this adventure of a lifetime. That’s because this story follows the real-life adventures of Christopher McCandless after he ditched his old life in search of a new one in Alaska. While it is inspiring, it’s also an open and honest recollection of what it’s really like in the wild.
Midnight In Paris
You might have certain countries or destinations on your bucket list because you’ve been inspired by literature or art. If this is the case, Midnight In Paris will be right up your street. This movie takes us to Paris, and the “City of Lights” definitely lives up to its name. However, this isn’t just any old city. As the clock strikes midnight, Owen Wilson goes back in time to the 1920s and hangs out with the likes of Zelda Fitzgerald, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Gertrude Stein. It’s a Woody Allen masterpiece.
Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Although this movie may be fairly lighthearted, it showcases just how beautiful the world really is. As he goes in search of a famous photographer, Ben Stiller’s character learns to love the world around him, and it’s not hard to see why. Most of this movie is filmed in Iceland, and there’s no doubt about the fact that you’ll want to book your ticket to the “Land of Ice and Fire” as soon as possible.
So, who is up for movie night?