Great Films With A Knownly Twisted Plot

Twists have been a mainstay of movies since essentially the beginning of cinema, whether they’re ambiguous and thought-provoking (looking at you, David Lynch) or simply shocking (hello, The Mist). We’ve selected a few of our more recent favorites for the movies list below. Here are Great Films With A Knownly Twisted Plot since the year 2000, ranging from cases of mistaken identity to killers in disguise. And although it should go without saying, massive spoiler alert.

Communication/Coherence, 2013

Communication/Coherence, 2013

USA

And a little more science fiction, which some film critics are calling one of the best in recent years. However, “Communication” is a movie in which the actors are placed in one enclosed space, which in itself heats up the atmosphere. There’s nowhere to hide, nowhere to hide. So, the Great Twisted Movies itself was shot in five evenings in the house of the director, who wanted to take a picture without a large team or special effects. A detailed script relies on improvisation by the actors.

So, on an ordinary evening, a group of friends gathers for dinner, and in the meantime, cell phone service. The internet, and electricity disappear, and… parallel worlds emerge. And maybe when you go back to your house, at your table, it won’t be yours anymore.

I-The Beginning/I Origins, 2014

I-The Beginning/I Origins, 2014

USA

“I Am the Beginning” is a sci-fi independent drama that, incidentally, geneticists is recommending for viewing. The Great Twisted Movies character, molecular biologist Ian, researches it. So, the evolution of the eye and the belief that every human being on earth has absolutely unique eyes is me. He’s always on the side of evidence and facts, but meeting a girl named Sophie makes him wonder. If there’s something more, it’s invisible to us, especially since he’s made a new discovery. The retinal patterns of various dead and born people can match!

Unknown to Anyone/Un illustre Inconnu, 2014

Unknown to Anyone/Un illustre Inconnu, 2014

France, Belgium

Sebastien, the protagonist of this psychological thriller, is an ordinary realtor with a boring, uninteresting life. So, he has no wife, no children, only a job, and the Great Twisted Movies to do the kind of makeup that can turn him into a completely different person. So, at least for some entertainment and a desire to feel like someone else. But one day, Sebastian decides to try on the image of a famous musician and realizes that he really, really likes his life.

Maid/Agassi 2016

Maid/Agassi 2016

South Korea

A beautifully erotic filmic thriller masterpiece. That’s how you could characterize The Handmaid, which talks so much. The story, the shooting, the aesthetics, the acting. So, under the direction of Park Chang Wook, who gave us “Oldboy”—everything is in its place. However, structurally, The Handmaid covers three chapters in which the characters take turns telling their version of the same story set in the 1930s in Korea. The main character, Suk Hee, is the daughter of a skilled pickpocket. He has inherited his mother’s thieving skills and a taste for swindling.

When the young Lord Fujiwara offers her a deal – to become a servant of the wealthy Lady Hideko to help marry her and then put the woman in a madhouse, Suk Hee agrees, after some haggling. However, things do not start to go according to plan. The film has a dozen awards, including the Vulcain Prize at Cannes, as well as a nomination for the Palme d’Or.

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