In The Empire Strikes Back, Yoda relays some good advice that applies to...pretty much every moment in everybody's life. But then, isn't everything Yoda says good advice?
Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones in Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark was full of gems, but this is one to take on any adventure.
President Snow from The Hunger Games is a bad man, but he understand the power of hope.
Batman doesn't say much in The Dark Knight, but when he does, it's profound. Take this ninja wisdom to heart.
First said by Red in The Shawshank Redemption, this quote is so important it was reiterated later in the movie by Andy Dufresne. Thing to remember: it's now or never.
This quote care from the beginning of Ferris Bueller's Day Off is the '80s equivalent of YOLO.
Keep this quote from Michael Corleone in The Godfather: Part II in mind at networking events. Especially if not all of your business is on the up and up.
OK, so Charlie is referring to his first day of high school in The Perks of Being a Wallflower. But this logic applies for the first day of college as well. Always look forward!
Never be ashamed of who you really are. Be like Bruce Banner in The Avengers and channel that energy! Perhaps check yourself before you go all Hulk with it, though.
Harry Potter dealt with some serious situations. These words from Sirius Black in Harry Potter: The Prisoner of Azkaban motivated Harry, so they will surely motivate you.
This one is strictly for vegetarians, vegans, people who just plain hate eating fish, and Bruce from Finding Nemo.
If you get any of these quotes tattooed on your body (yes, they are that good) make it this one. Penny Lane from Almost Famous would definitely approve.
Live each day like it's your last. Do it for Jack from Titanic. Promise you'll go on!
Sebastian from The Little Mermaid knew the whole "grass is always greener on the other side," quote was played out.
Leave it to Coming to America's Prince Akeem to deliver such deep motivation.
And, just like that, Don Corleone reminds you in The Godfather that it's probably time to give your mother a call. Or else.
If you learned anything from math at all, it was this. Especially if Cady Heron's lessons on Mean Girls were all the math formulas you retained as a kid.
Cristal Connors from Showgirls can tell you: if you want it, go for it. Or someone else will.
Benjamin from The Curious Case of Benjamin Button can tell you: a ton of new crazy events and big chances are headed your way. Take risks and reap the rewards.
Cher from Clueless offered this gal-pal advice to her girl Dionne and it goes for the rest of us, too. Never let looking cool overrule your need to be healthy.
Words to live by in your own The Neverending Story. Bless you, Falcor.
When homesickness happens, know you can always go home again.