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Here, I brings you the top 5 psychological thrillers of all time.
The Butterfly Effect
You do not need to be a chaos theory geek to appreciate this movie. 'The Butterfly Effect' has Ashton Kutcher travelling back in time to his past and changing minor incidents to make his present perfect. But the thing about the butterfly effect is that you can never predict the exact results. You learn a thing or two about time travel from this 2004 sci-fi psycho thriller. It has two sequels - but the first is always the best.
The one movie that you will need to watch a couple of times to understand it fully - and even then you will be left wondering a little. A Christopher Nolan movie that will go down in history as a psycho-thriller classic, 'Inception' toys with the idea of lucid dreaming and sub-layers of the dream world. We, for one, can watch this over and over again - Leonardo DiCaprio is too good!
The next movie on our list is 'Identity' starring John Cusack and Ray Liotta. 10 strangers get acquainted at a stranded motel in Nevada and they come to know that they are being killed off one after the other. A movie filled with suspense and gore - this is definitely one to brighten up - or darken - your Saturday night.
Another Leonardo DiCaprio starrer, 'Shutter Island' is one of the best movies made on schizophrenia. A Martin Scorsese gem - this movie delves deep into the protagonist's paranoia and the climax just leaves you flabbergasted and impressed. Of course, it is based on a book by the same name, written by Dennis Lehane.
The original 'Ghajini' - 'Memento' is a neo-noir psycho thriller. Another Christopher Nolan movie, it follows a confused man's goal to avenge his dead wife. 'Memento' is way different from 'Ghajini' - as the climax packs a punch that the audience would just not be expecting. Besides, Guy Pearce never leaves you disappointed.
The first rule of 'Fight Club' is that you never talk about it. Another movie based on a novel, 'Fight Club' was one of the best movies of 1999. Brad Pitt amazed with his eccentricity and Edward Norton with his struggle for sanity. Schizophrenia always makes for a hard-hitting thriller - and 'Fight Club' does not fail.
We end the list with the only movie with a female protagonist - 'Black Swan'. And Natalie Portman swept the audiences off their feet with her depiction of a ballet performer who becomes mentally unstable striving to be perfect. Best Actress, Best Director and Best Movie at the 2010 Academy Awards - these speak for the brilliance of the movie by themselves.
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