Bill Gates is one of the greatest philanthropists the world has ever known, but his charity movie was probably not his most popular.
But if you’re looking for something more whimsical, you can still watch his movie “The Charity Movie” at the Toronto Film Festival.
And thanks to the generosity of the Canadian Film Commission, we have the perfect selection of Canadian movies to share with your family and friends.
Here’s our top 10 of the most popular movies that were made by Gates.
Bill Gates “The Charitable Movie” (1997)A story about how one man saved the world, and how he changed the world.
The film tells the story of one man, Bill Gates, who started a charity and gave his life to it.
He had the fortune to start a charity when he was just 13 years old, but that money was used to help the needy in Africa.
As his son and his charity started to grow, Gates saw the world differently.
He wanted to change the world and wanted to do it for everyone.
He was an advocate for the poor and for people with disabilities.
Gates’s movie was the first non-fiction movie about this cause.
The Muppets “The Muppet Charity” (2002)This animated short tells the tale of a young boy and his canine friends who make it their mission to rescue the world from the ravages of global warming.
Muppeteers Bill Murray, Kermit the Frog and Donald Duck help humans in need, and the story is told from a human point of view.
The Lego Movie “The Lego Movie”/”Lego Friends” (2014)This is the story about an orphaned boy named Steven, who is brought up by his father and who gets a Lego set and a pair of shoes.
When he’s given a chance to play with his new toys, he finds himself falling in love with his first toy.
But things soon take a turn for the worst when he gets kidnapped by aliens and taken to a remote planet where he has to find a way to get back to his home world.
The Amazing Spider-Man 3 “The Amazing Spider World”/”Amazing Spider-Gwen” (2013)Peter Parker gets an invitation to the superhero’s annual gala to join his fellow heroes, including Spider-Woman, Black Cat and The Rhino.
When the party begins to rain down death and mayhem, Spider-Girl teams up with Black Cat to stop a new villain.
“Babes in Toyland” (2016)The story of a couple who work at a toy store.
Their job is to try and find and take away the toys that are selling.
When they encounter the mysterious Mr. Incredible, they discover that he is the only one who knows the truth about the evil toys and his secret plan.
“The Great Gatsby” (1957)A movie about a group of New Yorkers who get together and try to find the lost man from Gatsbys past.
The group ends up living on the streets of New York City.
“Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” (2006)A fictionalized version of the life of a wealthy family in the 1800s.
The movie tells the life story of Sir Henry Mance, who runs a real estate brokerage and has three daughters, the eldest, Vivian, who works for his brother and works as a secretary.
“Eleanor Roosevelt” (1963)A family of four living in New York, Eleanor Roosevelt is one the first women to become president of the United States.
She has three children, Eleanor, Alice, and Eleanor Jr., and has a large house in which she keeps a painting of herself.
“Jurassic Park” (1993)Jurrasic Park is a park built by the government of the world to protect endangered creatures.
The park is built in a canyon in the middle of the American Southwest.
“Winnie the Pooh” (1967)Winnie is a young orphan who lives with her grandmother, Pooh, and his friends.
Pooh finds a book that contains a diary of a dog named Buzz which he uses to find his way home.