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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“Woman in Gold” tells the true story of Maria Altmann, an elderly Jew who survived the Holocaust and who discovers, on the occasion of her sister’s death, the latter’s attempt to regain ownership of a work by Gustav Klimt that belonged to her family: the portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I. The painting is oil on […]
Veronica Guerin is an eclectic Irish woman who, after studying accounting, works first in her father’s company, then founds a public relations firm; finally, after 7 years, she returns to work as a secretary in a different business. The film’s protagonist is also involved politically, and in 1987 she becomes election agent and party treasurer […]
The film is based on the sports case of the Oakland Athletics baseball team and their general manager Billy Beane. The story begins in 2001 when the Oakland Athletics missed the opportunity to participate in the final round of the World Series against the New York Yankees. Billy Beane’s re-launch of the team becomes complicated […]
After a “lively” evening at the restaurant, Lara and John Brennan come back home, where they find their little son Luke, now at bedtime, being cared for by the babysitter. The next morning the family prepares for an ordinary day at work: Lara in her office, John at the college where he teaches, and Luke […]
The film is based on the novel of the same title by Henri Charrière. The protagonist is a young 25-year-old Frenchman, known as Papillon because of the butterfly he has tattooed on his chest, sentenced in 1931 to life imprisonment for a murder he did not commit. Charrière has to serve his sentence at forced […]
The film tells the story of a US Airways Airbus landing on the Hudson River and is based on the autobiography written by Chesley Sullenberger (Sully) and journalist Jeffrey Zaslow, entitled Highest Duty: My Search for What Really Matters. On 15 January 2009, US Airways flight 1549 takes off from LaGuardia Airport (New York) for […]
The film (based on the homonymous novel by Guillermo Martínez) is set in Oxford and tells the story of Martin, a young mathematics student from the United States who arrives in the English city to meet Professor Arthur Seldom, for whom he has great admiration. He aims to propose to the professor a topic for […]
The film revolves around the 1980 Wimbledon Tournament final (the actual tennis world championship on grass) and how the two protagonists, the Swedish Bjorn Borg and the USA’s John McEnroe, got there. The two young men, at the time 24 Borg and 21 McEnroe, were ranked first and second respectively in the world rankings. Their […]
Plot How does a person feel when he or she is responsible for the future of many people and is alone in facing a desperate situation? How can the same person maintain a clear view of the facts when everyone around him or her seems to have lost their mind? The film I’m presenting will […]
Can you define coaching? If you don’t have an instant answer, don’t worry: even those we might consider experts in the matter (right or wrong) are unlikely to provide identical definitions. In my blog glossary, I defined coaching as the discipline by which a coach supports the efforts of a person, a team or organization […]