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Six Lesser Known Movies With Mind Twisting Endings

Have you picked out any movies to watch at home this weekend? You may find some suggestions for one you haven't seen in the list of Six Lesser Known Movies With Mind Twisting Endings. Remy Carreiro tries to give you enough about a film to make your mind up about seeing it, without ruining the twist, as in the film Arlington Road.
This is a movie about a college professor, played with usual aplomb by Jeff Bridges, who suspects his new neighbors of being terrorists. Do not be mistaken, though. These neighbors are not your typical Hollywood versions of third world terrorists.

No, what makes this film so terrifying is the fact that his neighbors are apple pie cooking, baseball loving Americans. Tim Robbins plays the neighbor, and does and delivers an absolutely mesmerizing performance, that, in my opinion, is a more honest and chilling portrayal of evil than I have ever seen. Honestly, I almost feel compelled NOT to spoil the ending of this film , because I truly believe too few of you have seen it, and I don’t want to ruin the sad realization the viewer gets hit with the exact second the Jeff Bridges character does.

Of course, if a movie is on this list, you know it has a twist, so you may spend the entire time watching it trying to figure out what it will be or how it will play out. Read about them all at Unreality. Link

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@ohamy

I was going to say, should be Richard Gere in Primal Fear.

See if you can make sense out of the Guy Ritchie film "Revolver"
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