Occasionally, there comes a motion picture which sticks in your mind. Also, no, not for the right way. Since you can’t make sense of what happened in it, and you either go for a re-watch, or you scour the web for an intelligent clarification to suppress your building interest.
We present to you the absolute most confusing motion pictures ever made.
The premise: A wealthy and charming New York investment banker earns a fortune and is living is dream by day. But by night, he slips into his psychopathic alter ego which he works hard to hide from his friends. Christian Bale works so effortlessly as Patrick Bateman that you find it hard to distinguish his real self from alter ego.
The premise: A group of astronauts explore the universe for alternate galaxies by traveling through a wormhole and end up traveling in time.
The premise: A disturbed teenager befriends a tall, scary bunny rabbit which only he can see, named Frank. Frank tells him that the world is going to end in 28 days. The teenager proceeds to find out how he can stop that from happening. Jake Gyllenhaal again, and even then, he did a very thorough job.
The premise: After a car crash renders a woman amnesiac, she searches for answers to her questions across Hollywood in a winding, dream-like sequence. Mulholland Drive is a movie like no other. It appears as a disjoint collage of many short films and the end does not make anything clear.
The premise: A US Army helicopter pilot finds himself waking up in a train after crashing his helicopter in Afghanistan. A bomb explodes, and he dies, and wakes up in a scientific setup. He is told that he can be put in another person’s consciousness and live the last 8 minutes of their lives. His mission: Find the bomber. Jake Gyllenhaal is slowly emerging as one of the best actors of Hollywood and this role is a very convincing argument.
The premise: A person with short term memory loss tries to piece together information and find out his wife’s rapist and murderer. What is confusing is the way Christopher Nolan has shot the film, in true Neo Noir essence.
The premise: A group of specialists enter the mind of a corporate magnate and use the dream within a dream technology to plant an idea in his brain.Leonardo DiCaprio and Christopher Nolan work their magic like always.
The premise: In the year 2074, whenever a target is wanted to be killed, he is sent back in time by the mafia, where they have a hired killer to their job for them. Things take a surprise twist when the killer’s future self is sent back to be killed by himself.Time travel is the most confusing concept here, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis fit the roles perfectly. Time travel is the most confusing concept here, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis fit the roles perfectly.
The premise: A person wakes up in a hotel with his memory lost and accused of some weird murders. While trying to figure things out, he gets lost in a world controlled by other beings and where there is no sun.Yes, it went from simple to weird like that.
The premise: A U.S. Marshall steps onto Shutter Island to investigate the disappearance of a mental patient. Things take a turn for the worse when a hurricane cuts off communication from the island, and the marshall starts doubting everything.