There are some movies that mess with your head in such a way that it keeps you thinking about the movie till a few weeks. These movies twist our brain and make us overthink, and we need to watch these movies twice sometimes to totally figure out the plot. With their intellectual plot and matter, these movies certainly make us feel stupid. Here are the top ten movies that would leave your mind fucked in it’s true sense.



               He doesn’t know it, but everything in Truman Burbanks (Jim Carrey) life is part of a massive TV set. Executive producer Christof (Ed Harris) orchestrates “The Truman Show,” a live broadcast of Truman’s every move captured by hidden cameras. Learn what happens to Truman when he doesn’t realize that his quaint hometown is a giant studio set run by a visionary producer  that folks living and working there are Hollywood actors, that even his wife is a contract player.

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     A thief who steals corporate secrets through use of the dream-sharing technology is given the inverse task of planting an idea into the mind of a CEO. Inception is one of those rare breed of movies done well that combine human science, technology, action, international crime. This movie needs to be watched twice in order to be fully understood completely because it is going to screw your brain for sure.

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     The story revolves around the passengers of a yachting trip in the Atlantic Ocean who, when struck by mysterious weather conditions, jump to another ship only to experience greater havoc on the open seas. The less you know about this movie, the better. The twists in this movie keep you in suspense and on the edge of your chairs. If you enjoy horror films then this is the one for you.

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      The plot involves a couple trying to get over their breakup by using technology to delete memories of their life together. Halfway through, they decide to sabotage the operation as they realize how inhuman it really is. Is it too late for them? This movie is in your mind for the next few days and makes you want to watch it again.

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      Evan, a 20-year-old college student, finds a way to go back through his childhood diary and attempt to change things for himself and his friends. This movie successfully showcases that even if you could go back in the past and take a different route, things will not be perfect. At the end of the day, you’ll have to be content with what you have and focus on your future as there are some things beyond your control.

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      Dae-Su who is kidnapped, finds himself locked up in a makeshift prison and is confined there for 15 years. After enduring years of isolation and suicide attempts, he wakes up from a gas-induced coma on top of a tower box where he was originally captured. With no explanation as to why this has happened to him, he then proceeds to try and find the answers to all of his unanswered questions. The movie makes you go deep into your thoughts and forces you to think outside the box.


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      This movie is a biopic of John Forbes Nash Jr., a math genius who was able to solve problems that have perplexed some of the greatest minds. The film follows the story of how he overcame years of torment, battling schizophrenia and went on to win the Nobel Prize.  The psychology of this movie is intriguing on many levels, not to mention the mathematical philosophies that were accurately described throughout the film.

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     Edward Norton pays an average guy existing in a dead-end life who suffers from insomnia and is yearning for some kind of change in his life. He stumbles across soap maker, Tyler Durden and they end up building an underground fight club that emerges into something much more. Some people would think that it’s promoting violence but one needs to watch it with an open mind and figure out the movie.

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       The story of The Matrix revolves around a man who lives two lives. By day he’s a typical computer programmer and by night, a hacker with the alias Neo. He ends up crossing paths with underground freedom fighters who help him understand that the reality he thinks he knows is actually more complex than he could ever imagine.


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        A haunted Vietnam war veteran tries to unravel his past while suffering from an extreme form of dissociation. His days are filled with flashbacks of his first marriage, his dead son and his time in Vietnam. In order to discover his past, he must break down and understand reality from his own dreams and perceptions. This movie provokes us to lose control of our thoughts.

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