Highest-Rated Movies about 'Positive', Sort by Popularity

Woman at War (2018), Won't You Be My Neighbor? (2018), Big (1988), Kirikou and the Sorceress (1998), Little Sister (2015), In Search of Israeli Cuisine (2016), How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (And Enjoy It) (2005), Almost Single (2017) ... Let's take a look at the ranked list of the best Positive movies.

#1. Woman at War (2018)

Storyline: Halla is a 50-year-old environmental activist who crusades against the local aluminum industry in Iceland. As her actions grow bolder, her life changes in the blink of an eye when she's finally granted permission to adopt a girl from the Ukraine.

Plot Keywords: environmentalist, political activist, choir director, adopted daughter, amusing, charming, creative ...

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#6. In Search of Israeli Cuisine (2016)

Storyline: The Israel-born, award-winning chef of Zahav, Michael Solomonov, offers up a tour of 70 plus diverse cultures of Israel through food. Over the past 30 years, Israel has gone from having no fine food to a food scene that is world renowned. Solomonov visits the vibrant restaurants of Tel Aviv, must-experience Jerusalem destinations and organic kitchens off the beaten track, sampling from remarkable food traditions as diverse as Moroccan, Persian, Lebanese, French, Italian and Russian.

Plot Keywords: chef, traveler, cook, food critic, restaurant owner, positive, uplifting ...

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#7. How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (And Enjoy It) (2005)

Storyline: Melvin Van Peebles was one of the first black directors to challenge the white establishment in his films, which include "Watermelon Man" and "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song." In this documentary, the life of Van Peebles is discussed, including his work not only in film, but also as a novelist, actor, musician, stock trader and even Air Force pilot. Interview subjects include Gil Scott-Heron, Spike lee and Melvin's son and fellow filmmaker, Mario Van Peebles.

Plot Keywords: director, son, poet, intense, inspiring, positive, united states ...

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#10. What the Deaf Man Heard (1997)

Storyline: Sammy (Matthew Modine) isn't mute. But no one knows that. After he was seemingly abandoned by his mother at the age of 10, Sammy took a vow of a silence. Since then, everyone in the tiny town of Barrington, Ga., has treated him as a deaf-mute. This puts Sammy in the unique position of being in on the secrets of its citizens, including domineering matron Tynan (Claire Bloom), her oafish son (Jake Weber) and her sensitive daughter (Anne Bobby). But what happens when his own secret gets loose?

Plot Keywords: widow, handyman, daughter, son, calm, charming, positive ...

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#12. The Ron Clark Story (2006)

Storyline: In his small North Carolina hometown, Ron Clark (Matthew Perry) leads a comfortable life as a successful elementary school teacher, earning the respect of the community. However, he knows there are students elsewhere who need him more. Following his inner calling, Clark uproots to New York City, hoping to make a difference for the disenfranchised youths the school system has left behind. Clark makes it his mission to turn around the worst students, even though he knows his job is on the line.

Plot Keywords: teacher, student, principal, father, inspiring, emotional, positive ...

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#14. Tru Confessions (2002)

Storyline: When a local TV station launches a filmmaking contest, teenager Tru Walker (Clara Bryant) enters in a heartbeat. Her life seems full of drama to document -- including a surgeon father who's never there and a mother, Ginny (Mare Winningham), who seems as if she isn't there even when she is. In the end, Tru chooses to make a film about her mentally impaired twin brother, Eddie (Shia LaBeouf). But as airtime nears, Tru fears how others will react to her rather personal story.

Plot Keywords: father, twin, brother, surgeon, mother, teen girl, touching ...

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#15. The Secret Policeman's Ball (1979)

Storyline: This documentary presents highlights from four 1979 benefit performances given in support of Amnesty International. Spearheaded by Monty Python's John Cleese, they feature an array of primarily English talent ranging from comedian Peter Cook and fellow Python Michael Palin, to the Who's Pete Townshend and new-waver Tom Robinson. The film also features cameos by Scottish comedian Billy Connolly and, in a very early appearance, Rowan Atkinson of "Mr. Bean" fame.

Plot Keywords: comedian, actor, guitarist, band member, hilarious, positive, playful ...

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