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Five great movies that challenge you to think

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Every now and then, you watch a movie that leaves it mark on your brain for a long time. These movies are stuck in your head worse than a commercial jingle and they make you really think about what you watched. While some movies make you think because they are just terrible and confusing messes of cinema, the five movies on this list are all time classics that will make your head spin after the credits roll.

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Five great movies that challenge you to think

  1. 1. Five Great Movies That Challenge You to Think Every now and then, you watch a movie that leaves it mark on your brain for a long time. These movies are stuck in your head worse than a commercial jingle and they make you really think about what you watched. While some movies make you think because they are just terrible and confusing messes of cinema, the five movies on this list are all time classics that will make your head spin after the credits roll. The Game Many movies will leave you exhausted and puzzled when they are over, but The Game goes well beyond that. It makes you start to question everything you see in the world.
  2. 2. Directed by David Fincher and starring Michael Douglas, the film tells the story of Nicholas Van Orton (played by Douglas), an investment banker struggling to live through the death of his father, his divorce, and his estranged brother. Hoping to snap his Nicholas out of his depression, his brother Conrad (played by Sean Penn) gives him a birthday gift that will change his life. The Game has so many twists and turns it will leave you wide-eyed and thinking about it for a long time. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Usually, movies will make you exercise your brain about events and characters you watched. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind will make you wonder about your own memories and people you know. The movie stars Jim Carey as Joel and Kate Winslet as Clementine. Joel and Clementine, former lovers, who decide to undergo a procedure that erases all memories of the other person they have. As the movie progresses, Joel begins to wonder if he made a mistake. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind makes you think of love, relationships, and how humans process memories. After watching, you will begin to ponder the meaning of love. The Truman Show What if everything about your life turned out to be staged? What if everybody on the planet could watch you 24/7? That is the life of Truman Burbank, played by Jim Carrey. Adopted for the sole purpose of having his entire life broadcast to the world, Truman is oblivious to the existence of that world. He lives unknowingly on a giant stage. Not
  3. 3. everything from the people he meets every day, his job, to the city where he lives, is real. Even the sun, moon, and sky are not real. In today’s world of reality television, people expose their lives to the entire world. The Truman Show stands out as a movie that was ahead of its time. You will never watch reality TV the same again. The Truman Show will change the way you watch TV. It will have you question everything you see on TV or the internet. Mulholland Drive Prior to writing and directing Twin Peaks: The Return, Mulholland Drive was seen by many as David Lynch’s magnum opus. Mulholland Drive is such an abstract and bizarre movie, you will be guessing for weeks about what the story and ending really mean. Originally conceived as a TV spin-off of Twin Peaks, the story revolves around aspiring actress Betty (played by Naomi Watts) and her realization that Los Angeles is not the city she thought it was. Betty’s life slowly begins to crumble and we follow her journey through the unique eyes of director David Lynch. The movie’s mystery, meaning, and famous horrific diner scene will live with you for a long time. This is definitely a film that upon every rewatching, you unravel a little bit more of the mystery. 2001: A Space Odyssey No list of the greatest movies that just linger in your brain forever would be complete without Stanley Kubrick’s2001: A Space Odyssey. Even
  4. 4. though the movie will soon be 50 years old, it still astounds viewers to this very day. It's’ images and scenes are so legendary that even people who never have seen the movie know them. No film in history has made people’s brains turn as much as 2001: A Space Odyssey. The movie follows a space mission to Jupiter and the crew struggles to reason with the ships onboard computer, HAL 9000. 2001: A Space Odyssey covers so many controversial and complicated topics such as evolution, artificial intelligence (AI), alien life, and the effects of technology that you will need 50+ years to think and process all of the themes and meaning of the movie. All of the above films are not just movies that will make your brain work overtime, they are movies that are all-time classics. These films stick in your head for weeks and months. Their stories, images, mysteries, emotions, and symbols are themes that are difficult to comprehend, but all of these films challenge you to try to comprehend them.

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