Welcome to the tibi-movies section.
Why so much space for the cinema in my blog?
Because movies can be an excellent tool for people who want to invest in their personal and professional growth.
Here you can find the storyline, reviews and trailers related to specific topics: coaching, leadership, motivation, negotiation, sport, resilience are some of them.
I know, the movie reviews I’ve published so far are not many: I promise you it will grow soon.
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What role can a child play in a person’s ageing? To what extent can affection and intellectual stimulation help reduce cognitive decline? Questions that are helped to be answered by a film, based on Mitch Cullin’s book A Slight Trick of the Mind. The film tells the story of Sherlock Holmes, the famous private detective, […]
The film is set in New York and tells the story of five robbers who enter the main branch of a large and prestigious bank, Manhattan Trust, owned and chaired by powerful businessperson Arthur Case. During the robbery, employees and customers are deprived of any personal belongings and forced to wear suits identical to those […]
The film is based on the story of King George VI and his relationship with speech therapist Lionel Logue, who helped him manage his stutter, thus enabling him to cope without much hassle with the obligations the role imposed on him. Now a bit of plot. In 1925, Prince Albert, Duke of York and second […]
The film is based on the self-titled BBC television series and is set in Washington, the U.S. capital. The story begins with two criminal acts: a man kills a burglar on the run, then strikes a passerby, accidentally witnessing the murder, who remains in a coma. The following day Sonia Baker, a young assistant to […]
Rainer Wenger, a physical education teacher with a past as an anarchist, involves his high school students in an experiment to explain to them the concept of autocracy. For a week they must respond to Herr Wenger’s strict disciplinary system, conform to a dress code, and work together as a hierarchical body, isolating or repressing any […]
The film focuses on the events that took place in 1995, when the Rugby World Cup was held in South Africa, and stems from an adaptation of John Carlin’s novel Playing the Enemy – Nelson Mandela and the Game that Made a Nation. The time the country is going through is very delicate. Nelson Mandela […]
A U.S. soldier dies at the U.S. military base in Guantanamo, Cuba, and two of his fellow soldiers are charged with murder, found guilty of killing him in inflicting exemplary punishment. A panel of lawyers led by Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee is formed to defend them, and he soon realizes that the death of Soldier William […]
The protagonist of the film (from the book Farragut North, by Beau Willimon) is Stephen Meyers, a young and ambitious press secretary who manages media relations in Mike Morris’ campaign for U.S. President; Mike, a Democrat and Governor of Pennsylvania is opposed in the primary to Arkansas Senator Ted Pullman. The competition is very uncertain […]
The film tells the story of Adam Jones, a two-Michelin-starred chef who, until three years earlier, had been booming in Paris and had to give it all up because of his alcohol and drug habit. After spending three years in New Orleans filling second-rate roles in the kitchen (he left town after shucking a million […]
Have you ever wondered what strategy you can employ to build a team and keep it united? How to convince a group of people, even quite different from each other, to work as one? This film will help you answer these and other difficult questions! In 1944, on the eve of the Normandy invasion by […]