Top 10 awesome movies like Kabbarli that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching Kabbarli and you can't get over how good this movie was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar movies which are created by the likes of Andrew G. Taylor, Lynne Murphy and Mary Regan . Here goes the list -

  1. The Ghosts of Dickens' Past
  2. Underground: The Julian Assange Story
  3. The Athlete
  4. My American Cousin
  5. Adventures of a Mathematician
  6. Samuel Lount
  7. Comin' Thro the Rye
  8. Trash
  9. Wesley
  10. Bukowski
  1. The Ghosts of Dickens' Past

    The Ghosts of Dickens' Past

    The early life of Charles Dickens and the events that led to his inspiration to write his greatest story.

    This movie, created by Bruce Neibaur, Christopher Heyerdahl and Ralph Allison, scores 7.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Biography

  2. Underground: The Julian Assange Story

    Underground: The Julian Assange Story

    A look at the early career of Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange.

    This movie, created by Robert Connolly, Rachel Griffiths and Anthony LaPaglia, scores 6.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Biography | Drama

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  3. The Athlete

    The Athlete

    Running the streets of Rome in 1960, an unknown, barefooted Ethiopian man stunned the world by winning Olympic gold in the marathon. Overnight, Abebe Bikila became a sports legend. A hero in his own country and to the continent, Bikila was the first African to win a gold medal, and four years later in Tokyo would become the first person in history to win consecutive Olympic gold medals in the marathon. This soldier and quiet son of a shepherd would be acknowledged by many as the greatest long distance runner the world had ever known. One evening while returning to his home in Addis Ababa from training in the Ethiopian countryside, Bikila was involved in a tragic car accident which left him paralyzed from the waist down. Unable to walk and faced with the greatest challenge of his life, he struggled to maintain his will to live and in the process discovered a deeper meaning of competition, taking up archery for the Paralympics and competing as a handicapped dog sledder in Norway. Though his running career had come to a tragic end, the race of his life had a new beginning. For the first time, the true story of Bikila's epic quest for life and sport comes to the big screen. Not since Raging Bull has the life of an athlete been rendered with such emotional power and cinematic grace.

    This movie, created by Davey Frankel, Rasselas Lakew and Dag Malmberg, scores 6.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Biography

  4. My American Cousin

    My American Cousin

    Adding an intriguing Canadian twist to a universally appealing story of teenage trials, My American Cousin begins as bored 12-year-old Sandy (Margaret Langrick) is preparing for another long summer of cherry picking when suddenly her older, James Dean-cool cousin Butch (John Wildman) arrives unexpectedly from California in a red Cadillac convertible. Sandy and her pre-teen friends fall madly for Butch's rock 'n' roll swagger, but he's more interested in making time with the local girls and getting in fistfights than in playing chauffeur to Sandy. Both have a lot to learn about life and each other, but united under the strict parental rule of Sandy's dad, they vow to make this summer a truly unforgettable experience. Capturing the restlessness of youth with a fresh and funny perspective, Wilson's genuinely charming period piece is forever reaching for lost innocence as it playfully contrasts Canadian and American attitudes. My American Cousin has remained a consistent favourite for Canadians and non-Canadians.

    This movie, created by Sandy Wilson, Margaret Langrick and John Wildman, scores 6.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Biography

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  5. Adventures of a Mathematician

    Adventures of a Mathematician

    The warmhearted story of Polish immigrant and mathematician Stan Ulam, who moved to the U.S. in the 1930s. Stan deals with the difficult losses of family and friends all while helping to create the hydrogen bomb and the first computer.

    This movie, created by Thor Klein, Philippe Tlokinski and Esther Garrel, scores 7.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Biography

  6. Samuel Lount

    Samuel Lount

    Samuel Lount is the Blacksmith of Holland Landing, in the rural Canada of the 1830s. A devoted family man and good neighbour, Lount is also a prominent member of the Children of Peace who are dedicated to pacifism and a life of ascetic spiritual community. But they are an island of calm in a colony that is deeply troubled. While helping a friend who is being persecuted by the corrupt and twisted colonial administration, Lount is gradually drawn into the world of radical politics and befriended by its leader, the fiery William Lyon MacKenzie. Lount is tempted from his religious isolation to run for Parliament, but when political solutions fail, the only recourse is revolution, and Lount is faced with the decision of his life - to let his dreams of a free Canada die, or to betray his religion and become the blacksmith who beat his ploughshares into swords.

    This movie, created by Laurence Keane, Malcolm Black and David Bolt, scores 6.4 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Biography

  7. Comin' Thro the Rye

    Comin' Thro the Rye

    Biopic of Robbie Burns with a lot of Scottish singing. Heavy on narrative.

    This movie, created by Walter C. Mycroft, Terence Alexander and Patricia Burleigh, scores 5.0 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Biography

    You can watch this on Amazon Video.

  8. Trash

    Trash

    Trash is a coming of age drama set amongst the poverty stricken trailer parks of the deep South. In a spiraling tale of hatred, love and loyalty, two teenage friends realize that the only way for each of them to escape their miserable futures is by forever sacrificing the other.

    This movie, created by Mark Anthony Galluzzo, Jeremy Sisto and Eric Michael Cole, scores 5.6 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Biography

  9. Wesley

    Wesley

    The year is 1732. John Wesley, an irritatingly self-righteous instructor at Oxford is offered the chance to go to the new colony of Georgia, where he hopes to preach to the Indians. During the voyage, the ship encounters a violent storm; overwhelmed with the fear of death, Wesley begins to doubt the validity of his faith In Georgia, Wesley's plans are waylaid: he is not able to do much preaching among the native tribes, and falls in love with Sophy Hopkey, the beautiful niece of the local magistrate. When the star-crossed romance fails to produce a proposal from the angst-ridden young minister, Sophy marries another; bitterness explodes between the two until one day Wesley publicly refuses to serve Holy Communion to Sophy. He is arrested for defamation of character - and is to be tried by Sophy's uncle! There will be no fair trial here. Escaping from Savannah, he returns to England in failure and shame. Back in London, he meets a Moravian missionary, Peter Boehler, who counsels the disturbed and depressed young man. John struggles with his failure and fears and is finally experiences the peace he longed for: "I felt my heart strangely warmed." Wesley begins to preach about his experience of saving faith, but is turned out of most churches in London. Undaunted, he begins preaching in fields, and discovers a hungry audience in the downtrodden poor of England. Appalled by the terrible needs of families overwhelmed with alcoholism, abuse, and poverty, John and his hymn-writing brother Charles begin revolutionary (and controversial) social ministries to better the lives of the poor while also preaching to them of the transformation of the heart. Despite opposition, mob violence that seeks to break up their meetings, Wesley and his "Methodies" establish social ministries to the poor that transformed the face of England. Today, almost 75 million people worldwide trace their spiritual heritage back to John Wesley.

    This movie, created by John Jackman, Burgess Jenkins and R. Keith Harris, scores 7.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Biography

  10. Bukowski

    Bukowski

    The story of writer Charles Bukowski's formative years from childhood to high school and his struggles with an abusive father, disfiguring acne, alcohol addiction, and his initial attempts at writing.

    This movie, created by James Franco, Camila Morrone and Shannen Doherty, scores 6.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Drama | Biography

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