There's nothing like a feel-good ending to lift your spirits. Get ready to cry tears of joy with this collection of .
‘Pursuit of Happyness’ (2006)
In this true story, Will Smith plays a salesman, with a kid in , who can’t seem to or a job, and he and his son end up . But that doesn’t stop Smith’s character from success through after setback. Finally, after taking a big risk on an unpaid training program, he gets a broker position at a top agency. The lets us know that his efforts , as he owning a multi-million dollar firm.
‘Inside Out’ (2015)
Inside Out may be an animated film to kids, but it’s actually a on how to be happy.The story involves characters representing key emotions (Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger, and Fear) who hang out together in little Riley’s brain. By the end, they learn how to work together instead of fighting for . , Joy and Sadness work together to help Riley the realities of her new life after a family move across the country.
Erin Brockovich’ (2000)
Julia Roberts as Erin Brockovich wins a big for the of a big environmental crime. But a bigger comes when she gets her bonus check from boss lawyer Albert Finney. This single mom is when she sees the amount: $2 million.
‘Notting Hill’ (1999)
Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant star in this romantic comedy about a famous actress and bookseller whose lives are just too different to make it work. When Roberts offers her famous “I’m just a girl standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her” speech, Grant says “no thanks.” But all is not lost! He and his love. The best part is the with the two of them relaxing on a park bench.
‘The Impossible’ (2004)
This film, based on the Indian Ocean of 2004, stars Naomi Watts and Ewen McGregor as the parents of three boys. The family gets separated when the wave hits and Watts is badly injured. We watch as the family of five search for each other in the tragic . You’ll cry your eyes out during the scene when the dad with his three sons, somehow all alive. Then they find out their mom is still alive too. Based on the experience of a real family, the ending hope in the face of nearly impossible odds.