Understanding the cinema is not always easy. When the characters have several personalities, live in other dimensions or there are temporary jumps, following the plot can be an ordeal. We bring you some of the most difficult films to understand cinema, have you been able to understand them from beginning to end?
10 movies that nobody will never understand
One of the clearest examples: Origin, 2010. Between the plot circulates through dreams and you go crazy looking for totems you never know where reality begins and ends. The question is, does the top fall or does it fall? It is one of the movies that nobody will never understand.
Although good, seeing the flashbacks and the forgetful argument of Memento ( of 2000), makes us think that Christopher Nolan that to make the film easy does not go with it.
Because even to understand Interstellar, you have to be almost physical from NASA, or at least; have some clear things about different interdimensional temporalities. And the brain of many of us does not give for so many complications. Continue reading- 10 tips to enjoy theme park without complication
Also when the characters usually have psychological or psychic disorders, things can get very complicated to follow the thread of the film. This occurs in A Wonderful Mind, from 2001. It is one of the movies that nobody will never understand.
Not to mention 12 Monos, a modern classic of 1995 in which between the apocalyptic future, the trips to the past and the madness of its protagonist will make you have to follow the film with the five senses (and even then, it will cost you).
The search for Kaiser Söze becomes the great workhorse of Usual Suspects (1995) and it will turn a great heist into an incessant plot about what you see and what you think you see.
Did you think we had finished with Nolan? Well, you are wrong. Also pulling magic with The Final Trick (of 2006) made us wonder how much Christian Bale there was on the face of Earth. It is one of the movies that nobody will never understand.
Understanding Donnie Darko is an almost superhuman task if you think you can put yourself in the shoes of a teenager who sees visions of a rabbit that urges him to do evil. There is not enough text to explain all the oddities of this 2001 film.
Another that squeezed our brain to the fullest was Stanley Kubrick. In itself, it is difficult for your films do not make us think. But if there is one that does more than the account is 2001: An Odyssey in space.
We closed with another contemporary classic that surely all now say that we understood the first but in 1999 we did not understand half. It can not be other than The sixth sense. It is one of the movies that nobody will never understand.
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