We live in a world with Events occurring often - some tragic, while others are just blessings. The world moves on from these events even though some people are left with scars. On other occasions, people have good memories to remember, and those too, are recorded in the history books. Some of these events are so intriguing that films and novels are made out of them. However, most films are based on tragic events. There is no better way to make you understand how it all exactly happened than to watch a movie based on an event. Here are films based on Real events.

1. 'The Revenant' (2015)

According to The Cinemaholic, this film will remain one of Leonardo DiCaprio's favorites, as the star received his first Oscar for it. Hugh Glass, a character in the movie was actually a real person. He was a frontiersman, and the story is true. The film was successful, and Innaritu, who directed the movie, and DiCaprio won gold for their roles. It took a lot of practice for Leonardo to prepare for the role in the film which was based on a book, “The Revenant,” authored by Michael Punke in 2002. The film is an accurate reflection of what Hugh Glass experienced, and his courage.

2. 'The Imitation Game' (2014)

Benedict Cumberbatch plays the leading role as Alan Turing. According to "The Culture Trip," Alan Turing, a mathematician in the film tries to crack the Enigma code used by the Nazis to safeguard their radio messages during WWII.

In the film, Turin is difficult to work with and looks down on his colleagues. Despite being a genius, he has to overcome his social difficulties that are making it hard for him to work with the people around him, as well as his mathematical difficulties, for him to achieve his goal.

3. '127 Hours' (2010)

According to the Complex, the film is based on Ralston’s memoir, “Between a Rock and a Hard Place” a story about his life or death ordeal after he got trapped by a boulder in Utah’s Canyonland National Park.

The film was shot at the exact place. In the film, the character spends days trapped with little food and water, a pocketknife and a camcorder. He realizes that he is going to die and decides to amputate his arm to survive. Ralston said the movie is factually accurate.

4. 'United 93' (2006)

We don’t really want to remember the 911 event.

The film is about a domestic United Airlines Flight 93 that was hijacked that fateful day, and it shows the real emotional events. The movie ends with the plane crashing and killing everyone on board. According to The Cinemaholic, The director of the film, Paul Greengrass was praised worldwide and earned an Academy Award nomination for the film.