Our previous blog 10 inspirational movies on teams had an overwhelming response with many people writing in to us, to add a few more names to the list. Apart from several lessons on teambuilding, leadership and positive team dynamics, these movies can also help in triggering interesting conversations and a strong common language between team members on the power of team work & other nuances associated with it. And so, here it is: A list of 10 more movies that have inspired us in someway to be a better team. 1. Glory A film based on the fight of the U.S. Civil War\u2019s first all-black regiment to overcome prejudice and become a successful and cohesive unit. "Glory" is an exceptional film. A true story of the Civil War that is both touching and inspirational. It depicts the story of the first black unit from the North to be trained and actually go into battle. Led by their very empathetic but very young Colonel (played brilliantly by Matthew Broderick), the 54th Regiment endures many hardships felt not only by being soldiers of this devastating war but as African Americans as well. Their spirit, pride and tears along the way, is projected in this film by these wonderful actors in a way that will make you feel all the anguish and pride that they felt. Watch the trailer of the movie here: 2.\u00a0The Avengers The Avengers- the Super Hero team up of a lifetime, featuring iconic Marvel Super Heroes Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow. When an unexpected enemy emerges that threatens global safety and security, Nick Fury, Director of the international peacekeeping agency known as S.H.I.E.L.D., finds himself in need of a team to pull the world back from the brink of disaster. Beyond the pure entertainment value of this film, \u201cThe Avengers\u201d has taught some lessons that are vital for the teams. Some of these lessons are: a)\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 You can\u2019t do it alone b)\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Somebody has to take charge and it doesn\u2019t have to be the strongest. c)\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 You can\u2019t win without conviction Watch the trailer of the movie here: 3.\u00a0The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring In a small village in the Shire a young Hobbit named Frodo has been entrusted with an ancient Ring. Now he must embark on an Epic quest to the Cracks of Doom in order to destroy it. An epic adventure of good against evil, a story of the power of friendship and individual courage, and the heroic quest to pave the way for the emergence of mankind, J.R.R. Tolkien's master work brought to cinematic life. Watch the trailer of the movie here: 4.\u00a0The Incredibles Pixar\u2019s\u00a0\u201cThe Incredibles\u201d was easily the brightest, funniest, and most inspiring film of the year 2004\u2014a multi-faceted team-building story with heart. The film's title is the name of a family of superheroes who are forced to hide their powers and live a quiet suburban life. Mr. Incredible\u2019s desire to help people draws the entire family into a battle with an evil villain and his killer robot. In a time when we\u2019re being absolutely flooded with superhero movies, it\u2019s hard to imagine there\u2019s much originality left out there to be captured by the genre. "The Incredibles\u201d, has special qualities, especially in the subtle ways it observes its gifted characters trying to dumb down and join the crowd. Kids in the audience will likely miss that level, but will like the exuberance of characters like Dash. Grown-ups are likely to be surprised by how smart the movie is, and how sneakily perceptive. Watch the trailer of the movie here: 5.\u00a0The Dirty Dozen A Major with an attitude problem and a history of getting things done is told to interview military prisoners with death sentences or long terms for a dangerous mission: To parachute behind enemy lines and cause havoc for the German Generals at a rest house on the eve of D-Day. Watch the trailer of the movie here: 6.\u00a0\u00a0Hoosiers Based on the true story of a small-town Indiana team that made the state finals in 1954, this movie chronicles the attempts of a coach with a spotty past, and the town's basketball loving drunk to lead their high school team to victory. If you are sports fan in particularly, this movie will bring a tear or two to your eyes. However, this story is for everyone who believes people deserve chances to overcome previous mistakes. Few films, whatever the topic, have the "heart" this movie demonstrates. Watch the trailer of the movie here: 7.\u00a0Take the lead The charming Pierre Dulaine and a bunch of school rejects-turned-impassioned dancers take the lead in an inspirational story about the harsh realities of people's lives in a New York public school. Inspired by a true story, Take the Lead revolves around the idea of the professional dancer Pierre Dulaine volunteering to teach ballroom dancing in New York City's South Bronx High School. When his formal background and classic methods clash with his students' rebellious, hip-hop instincts, his efforts are given due credit as his class creates a new style of dance capturing their interest and inspiring them to take on their teen challenges in every step. A feel-good story utilizing music and dance to infuse emotions with the passion for dancing, Dulaine guides the students in detention farther from the complications of their caught up and problematic lives. Watch the trailer of the movie here: 8.\u00a0We were soldiers This leadership movie tells the story of the initial military movement into North Vietnam by the United States.\u00a0The US military has pioneered a new way of attack with the air cavalry being moved around by helicopters and Hal Moore is the Colonial to spear-head this new attack method. Eventually the order comes in to move into Vietnam and the attack starts against the forces of northern Vietnam. Through stories of bravery, triumph and loss Hal Moore's men fight for the country they believe in and for each other. This Leadership movie depicts a story of what true courage is and how important true leadership is throughout various aspects of life. Watch the trailer of the movie here: 9.\u00a0Tuskegee Airmen\u00a0 The Tuskegee Airmen the true story of how a group of African American pilots overcame racist opposition to become one of the finest US fighter groups in World War II. During the Second World War, a special project is begun by the US Army Air Corps to integrate African American pilots into the Fighter Pilot Program. Known as the "Tuskegee Airman" for the name of the airbase at which they were trained, these men were forced to constantly endure harassment, prejudice, and much behind the scenes politics until at last they were able to prove themselves in combat. THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN is polished, inspiring, and well acted. Watch the trailer of the movie here: 10.\u00a0Any Given Sunday Any Given Sunday is a 1999 American drama film directed by Oliver Stone depicting a fictional professional American football team. An aging football coach finds himself struggling with his personal and professional life while trying to hold his team together. A star quarterback has been knocked out of the game and a naive football player replaces him only to become exposed to the world of sports and become a danger to himself and to his players. Meanwhile, the coach finds himself constantly at battle with the team owner's money and power hungry daughter intent on moving the team out. One of the most inspirational moments in the movie is the speech delivered by Al Pacino to the football team. If you listen carefully, it\u2019s a speech about living life to it\u2019s fullest, giving your best and working as a team with those around you. Watch the trailer of the movie here: Do take out time to watch these movies with your teams. It will not only give an opportunity for all the team members to reflect on some of the important lessons from the movies, but will also serve as a very healthy motivational exercise to boost the morale of your team. Do share your thoughts - and yes do let us know if you think we missed out some other deserving movie!