We always say we are a self-learner, we always try to learn something new from everything. Say honestly – Have you ever learn something from movies? Yes, movies. How? obviously, movies do have unique concepts and part of scenes that directly or indirectly gave us unique hacks or ideas that can be adapted in real life.
In this section, we are talking about life lessons from a single movie clip that can be applied in our daily routine.
While searching for unique stuff to watch just to pass my time I found some unique stuff that I feel I should share with you guys too.
Now, I am sharing some of the best movie life hacks we’ve ever seen on-screen. Scroll down and decide yourself whether they’re worth or not?.
Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009)
Lesson: How to save money for a rainy day
If you’re trying to keep savings in the form of an emergency credit card, remember to keep it in the freezer. Try it, it really works
Lesson: Slice your garlic razor-thin
What is it about mob movies and great food recipes? Goodfellas has an incredible scene where they cook dinner in prison. When it comes to slicing garlic, the voice-over says, “He used a razor and he used to slice it so thin that it would liquefy in the pan with just a little oil. It was a very good system.” Genius hack. So genius,
The Godfather (1972)
Lesson: How to make perfect tomato sauce
Believe it or not, The Godfather teaches a valuable lesson about cooking. Always add a touch of sugar to your tomato sauce to balance out the acidity. Works every time.
Lesson: How to navigate cutlery
The most important lesson from Titanic comes during the first-class dinner scene. The “Unsinkable” Molly Brown gives our beloved Jack Dawson (Leo DiCaprio) a quick lesson on cutlery: Go from the outside in.
The Parent Trap (1998)
Lesson: The ultimate Oreo snack hack
Maybe it’s not quite a hack, but it’s certainly a recipe you never thought of before. Dip your Oreo cookies into peanut butter and prepare for the best snack, ever. It’s even better when shared with your long-lost twin.