Movies are more than just blockbusters with explosions and superheroes; the central idea of the film is what affects people and instils a concept in their minds.
I have been a movie buff all my life, I have watched almost all the top movies from IMDB and every decent movie from my favourite genres especially science fiction.
If you will notice, movies are not just a source of entertainment and amusement; they play a critical role in forming our worldview consciousness. In a nutshell, movies educate and propagate ideas in the same manner that a paperback book does today.
Now, you may ask me how data science and movies are related. Well, they are! There are many amazing movies that showed the use of data science very well, that we might see in the coming future in real life and some are already existing.
Oh, by the way, do you know Data science is used within the film industry? You must be thinking how Well, Data science is used in a number of ways such as development of films, generating more revenue, improving post- production preventing movie failures, and real-time streaming.
There are a few films on science and technology that are worth your time, such as biographies, true stories, science fiction, and whatnot.
Today I'd like to discuss ten films that every data scientist should see. Just Enjoy!
1. Interstellar (2014)
Interstellar is a science fiction film released in 2014. The story is set in a dystopian future in which humanity is fighting for survival. The film follows a crew of astronauts on their search for a new home for humanity through a wormhole near Saturn.
2. Beautiful Mind (2001)
A Beautiful Mind is a biographical drama film based on the life of American mathematician John Nash, released in 2001. Nash is a graduate student at Princeton University when the story begins. Nash develops paranoid schizophrenia early in the film and has delusional episodes while observing the toll his illness takes on his wife Alicia and friends. The film depicts how a smart but asocial mathematician's life takes a turn for the worst after accepting an assignment from William Parcher. It also highlights his accomplishments despite his mental disorders.
3. Imitation Game (2014)