Since the huge service of YFYİ (Yeni Fikirler Yeni İşler – New Ideas New Works) was much appreciated, we prepared the second one. We sat down, researched, discussed, agreed and found five more watchable movies for you. In this post, our films include Purpose, Jobs, Startup.com, The Hudsucker Proxy and The Aviator. Enjoy the show!
This film, which tells about the entrepreneurial adventure of enthusiasts having a software idea, offers a different perspective to the audience in both entrepreneurship and partnership. IMDb: 5.7
In the film released in 2013, with Ashton Kutcher in the leading role, the life of Steve Jobs and the foundation of Apple, the technology giant at the moment, are told. The film focuses on the youth of Jobs, while the stories from Steve Jobs personal life, the way he motivates himself, and the people who guided him are told. While watching the film, we witness Jobs’ initial successes, falls and recreation at the same time. IMDb: 5.9
The film is about govwork.com, which was created by two entrepreneurs named Kaleil Tuzman and Tom Herman to produce software for government offices in the US between 1998 and 2000. Founded in 1998 under the title of Public Data Systems, the company tries to shape itself as an internet portal over the years when the internet started to go up to the top. In 2001, the company was sold to First Data Corporation by its founders. However, this sale resulted in a major fiasco. In this film which is in genre of a documentary; you can have a lot of insight into the issues involved, from the disruptions among business partners to the problems experienced during the investment research process. IMDb: 7.1
The Hudsucker Proxy (1994)
The Coen Brothers’ first work with large budget and set-tops tells the story of Norville Barnes who came to a large city from a small town to carry out a project which would be interested for children. Barnes gets a job at the lowest rank in a giant company, Hudsucker Industries. At this time, the company’s presidents were shocked with the suicide of Waring Hudsucker that is deemed to be timeless and comic. This suicide will lead Barnes to have an unexpected beginning in his life. IMDb: 7.3
The Aviator (2004)
In the film directed by Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio is featured in the leading role. The film tells the story of Hughes, who made a crazy decision like shooting a movie called ‘The Hell’s Angels’ about the warplanes which took part in World War I, with the wealth passed from his father’s drilling bit factory. In the film you will witness a fight for entrepreneurship in the ruthless competitive conditions of the aviation industry. IMDb: 7.5