t movies

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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In the meantime, enjoy a good movie!

Directed by Janus Metz - 2017 - Sweden, Denmark, Finland - 100 minutes
When people are not as they appear...

BORG McENROE

2021 August 31 | by Arduino Mancini Coaching - Performance - Sport

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 […]

Leadership according to Winston Churchill
Directed by Joe Wright - 2017 - UK - 114 min

Darkest Hour

2021 August 03 | by Arduino Mancini Conflict - Critical thinking - Leadership - Resilience - War

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 […]

The story of a horse, a jockey and an inspiring coach
Directed by Gary Ross - 2003 - USA - 141 min

Seabiscuit

2021 July 19 | by Arduino Mancini Coaching - Performance - Resilience - Teamwork

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 […]

A master course on negotiation: competitive, cooperative, blended
Directed by Steven Spielberg - 2015 - USA - 141 minutes

Bridge of Spies

2021 June 07 | by Arduino Mancini Asking questions - Critical thinking - Game theory - Negotiation - Politics - Stratagems - War

Plot The film is based on James B. Donovan’s book The Truth about the Rudolf Abel Case, inspired by a true story. The film is set in the middle of the Cold War and begins in 1957, when the FBI arrests Rudolf Abel, a Soviet spy living in New York. Since the United States intends […]

When discrimination and prejudice destroy the life of a genius
Directed by Morten Tyldum - 2014 - USA, UK - 113 minutes

The imitation game

2021 April 27 | by Arduino Mancini Diversity - Resilience - War

Plot The Imitation Game is the screen adaptation of Alan Turing’s biography (Alan Turing: The Enigma), written by Andrew Hodges in 1983 and published after the film’s release. In 1939, mathematician and cryptanalyst Alan Turing agreed to help his country, Great Britain, defeat Germany and end the world conflict in the shortest possible time; the […]

The untold story of the women who led the USA to the moon
Directed by Theodore Melfi - 2016 - USA - 127 minutes

Hidden figures

2021 March 29 | by Arduino Mancini Boss and Staff member - Change management - Diversity - Performance - Resilience

Plot The film is based on the book Hidden Figures – The Story of the African-American Women Who Helped Win the Space Race by Margot Lee Shetterly. The main character is Katherine Johnson, an African-American mathematician who in 1961 played a fundamental role in the Apollo 11 mission, which on 20 July 1969 took the first […]

WHEN DETERRENCE TURNS INTO TRAGEDY: A KUBRICK'S MASTERPIECE
Directed by S. Kubrick - 1964 - UK - 93 min.

Dr. Strangelove

2019 July 19 | by Arduino Mancini Change management - Conflict - Game theory - Leadership - Negotiation - Politics - Stratagems - Teamwork

The film is set in the middle of the Cold War and is freely based on the novel Red Alert (‘1958) by Peter George. Just an incipit to the story: I won’t tell you much so as not to deprive you of the pleasure of being surprised in every frame. Jack D. Ripper is a […]

FOR MANY, THE BEST MOVIE EVER. BUT THAT'S NOT THE REASON WHY YOU MUST SEE IT...
Directed by F. Ford Coppola - 1972 - Usa - 170 min.

The Godfather

“The Godfather”, winner of three Oscars, is considered to be the best movie in the history of cinema; the performance of Oscar-winning Marlon Brando is often mentioned as the best seen on screen. It is difficult to share the first point; we can certainly say that every time the great actor is on stage, he […]

INSIDE THE FINANCE OF THE EIGHTIES
Directed by Oliver Stone - 1987 - USA - 125 min.

Wall street

This movie portrays a cruel analysis of what was behind the big business of the 80s. A young and ambitious stockbroker, fascinated by Gordon Gekko, a real Wall Street legend for power, prestige and financial ability, is drawn into the illegal world of insider trading. The man’s goal is to make money, to get out […]

A film that will teach you how to watch the world through other people's eyes.
Directed by J. Frankenheimer - 1998 - Usa - 121 min.

Ronin

Five people, with no previous contact between them and experts in arms, spying, intelligence and jobless after the process of relaxation following the end of the Cold War, meet in an old warehouse in the heart of Paris. The five are hired for their experience: Sam is an expert in weapons and military strategies; Larry […]