The fifteen most confusing movies in the history of cinema

The portal TheWrap shared a list of the 15 most confusing movies of all time, that is, the tapes that leave more doubts than answers at the end. To do list, the results were obtained based on the frequency with which the internet is searched the name of the film along with its explanation, showing that there is a wide variety of videos “explaining films” and that users actually consume them.

Here goes the list:

fifteen. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), directed by Stanley Kubrick

The quintessential science fiction film in the history of cinema narrates the various periods in the history of mankind, not only in the past, but also in the future. Millions of years ago, before the appearance of homo sapiens, some primates discover a monolith that leads them to a higher intelligence stage. Millions of years later, another monolith, buried on a moon, arouses the interest of scientists.

Available on HBO Max.

14. The origin (2010) by Christopher Nolan

Dom Cobb is a thief with an uncanny ability to break into people’s dreams and steal the secrets of their subconscious. His skill has made him an asset in the world of corporate espionage, but it has taken a heavy toll on the people he loves. Cobb has a chance to be forgiven when he is given an impossible task: plant an idea in a person’s mind. If he succeeds, it will be the perfect crime, but an enemy anticipates his moves.

Available on HBO Max.

13. memento (2000) by Christopher Nolan

Leonard is an investigator for an insurance agency whose memory is irreversibly damaged by a blow to the head while trying to prevent the murder of his wife: this is the last thing he remembers from the past. Because of the blow, he has lost recent memory, everyday events disappear from his mind in a few minutes. So, to investigate and avenge the murder of his wife, he has to resort to the help of an instant camera and the notes tattooed on her body.

Available on Netflix.

12. The Matrix (1999), by the Wachowski sisters

Computer programmer Thomas Anderson, better known in the hacker world as Neo, is in the crosshairs of the fearsome Agent Smith. Two other hackers, Trinity and Morpheus, contact Neo to help him escape. The Matrix owns you. Follow the white rabbit.

Available on HBO Max.

eleven. Predestination (2014), by the Spierig brothers

A special agent, who belongs to a secret government department that allows time travel, will have to make a complex series of “jumps” back in time with the sole purpose of stopping a dangerous terrorist. This individual is leaving a trail of victims around the country through the strategic placement of explosive devices. The agent, on one of his trips, will meet a man who tells him an extraordinary story.

Available in Clear Video.

10. The fight Club (1999), David Fincher

An insomniac office worker, fed up with his life, crosses paths with a peculiar salesman. Both create an underground fight club as a form of therapy and, little by little, the organization grows and its objectives take another course.

Available on Prime Video, Netflix and Star Plus.

9. The arrival (2016), by Denis Villeneuve

Twelve alien ships begin to arrive on our planet. Military high command enlists the help of an expert linguist to try to find out if the aliens come in peace or pose a threat. Little by little, the woman will try to learn to communicate with the strange invaders, possessors of their own language, to find the true and mysterious reason for the extraterrestrial visit.

Available on Apple TV.

8. The glow (1980), by Stanley Kubrick

Jack Torrance becomes a winter caretaker at the Overlook Hotel in Colorado, hoping to overcome his writing block. He settles there along with his wife, Wendy, and his son, Danny, who is plagued by psychic premonitions. As Jack’s writing falters and Danny’s visions grow more troubling, Jack uncovers the hotel’s dark secrets and begins to become a homicidal maniac, hell-bent on terrorizing his family.

Available on HBO Max.

7. Nocturnal Animals (2016), by Tom Ford

Susan Morrow is a Los Angeles-based gallery owner who shares a privileged, if empty, life with Hutton Morrow, her second husband. One day, Susan finds a package in the mailbox. It is a novel written by her ex-husband who has not heard from her for years. She in a note asks him to read the unpublished novel and that she contact him since she is going to spend a few days in the city.

Available on Prime Video.

6. interstellar (2014) by Christopher Nolan

A group of scientists and explorers, led by Cooper, embark on a space journey to find a place with the necessary conditions to replace Earth and start a new life there. The Earth is coming to an end and this group needs to find a planet beyond our galaxy that guarantees the future of the human race.

Available on HBO Max.

5. Mulholland Drive (2001), David Lynch

A dark-haired woman is left amnesiac after a car accident. She walks the streets of Los Angeles before taking refuge in an apartment. There she is discovered by Betty, a midwestern blonde who has come to the City of Angels in search of fame as an actress. Together, the two try to solve the mystery of Rita’s true identity. The story is set in a dream place, without traffic and smoke.

Available on Apple TV.

Four. Donnie Darko (2001), by Richard Kelly

Donnie is an American boy endowed with great intelligence and imagination. After miraculously escaping from almost certain death, he begins to suffer hallucinations that lead him to act as he had never imagined and discover an unusual world around him.

Available on Prime Video and Claro Video.

3. The sinister island (2010) by Martin Scorsese

Summer 1954. Bailiffs Teddy Daniels and Chuck Aule are dispatched to a remote Boston Harbor island to investigate the disappearance of a dangerous murderer confined to Ashecliffe Mental Hospital, a correctional facility for disturbed criminals run by the sinister Dr. John Cawley. . They soon discover that the center keeps many secrets and that the island hides something more dangerous than the patients.

Available on HBO Max, Netflix and Prime Video.

two. I think about the end (2020), by Charlie Kaufman

Jake takes the opportunity of a road trip to introduce his girlfriend to his parents, who live on a farm. However, after a surprise detour in which Jake leaves his friend, tension is mixed with terror.

Available on Netflix.

1. Tenet (2020) by Christopher Nolan

An epic action that revolves around international espionage, time travel and evolution, in which a secret agent must prevent World War III.

Available on HBO Max.