10 Best Movies with Unexpected Decisions From IMDB

Here are the 10 best films with an unexpected and in some cases shocking ending that will not leave you indifferent. Go.

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Girl on the Train (2016)

dir. Tate taylor

IMDb rating: 6.5

Every day, Rachel Watson gets on the train and watches the life of Megan and Scott as she drives past a familiar neighborhood, the seemingly ideal couple living in a beautiful white cottage. On one of these trips, Rachel notices Megan with another, after which the latter disappears. This circumstance forces Rachel to act, and soon she is drawn into a completely confusing and dangerous game for herself.


Haze (2007)

dir. Frank Darabont

IMDb rating: 7.1

An impenetrable fog envelops the small town. The main character David Drayton with his son Billy is at this moment in a supermarket. But besides the supernatural white fog, lack of electricity and telephone communication, something else scares the main characters. Monsters live in the fog, and the obstacle to all this is thin glass in the windows of the supermarket.


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Others (2001)

dir. Alejandro Amenabar

IMDb rating: 7.6

A young woman, Grace Stewart, and her two children live in a house on the outskirts of the island. They all expect Grace’s husband, a military man from whom there has been no news for two years. With the arrival of new servants, the measured life of Grace and her family begins to collapse. The fact is that, according to her children, some otherworldly forces live in the house, which do not give them rest.


Get Out (2017)

dir. Jordan Peele

IMDb rating: 7.7

A young black photographer named Chris Washington and his beloved Rose Armitage go to a country house to meet her parents. He is a successful photographer. She is an ordinary girl who loves him. Acquaintance is just a formality, besides, Rose’s parents are hosting an annual reception, which so well coincided with the arrival of the couple.


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Gone Girl (2014)

dir. David fincher

IMDb rating: 8.1

The wife of the protagonist Nicholas Dunn, Emmy Dunn, suddenly disappears. This event, which took place on the eve of their five-year anniversary, is causing an unprecedented excitement in the press. The fact is that Emmy served as the prototype for the heroine of “Super Emmy” – a series of books by her parents. In the house of the spouses, traces of blood and struggle are found, and Nicholas, notes left by Emmy herself. The traditional quest for the anniversary, the meaning of which is to find a hidden gift, turns into a dangerous and unpleasant investigation.


Sixth Sense (1999)

dir. M. Night Shyamalan

IMDb rating: 8.1

The talented psychiatrist Malcolm Crowe is faced with a completely unusual patient – a 9-year-old boy Cole Sear can see ghosts. They torture and frighten him, but most often they come to him for help. At first, Malcolm does not believe Cole, but since there was already a similar case in his practice, he decides to help.


Prestige (2006)

dir. Christopher Nolan

IMDb Rating: 8.5

The main characters of the film are illusionists Robert Coldlow and Alfred Borden. Once friends who quarreled over a tragic incident at the show. Over time, and not without the help of the past quarrel, a confrontation arises between the heroes, which develops from professional rivalry into personal enmity.


Seven (1995)

dir. David fincher

IMDb rating: 8.6

The main characters of the film are detective William Somerset and future detective David Mills. The first one is a master of criminal investigation, who has only 7 days left before the start of his retirement. The other is his current successor, a promising and talented cop. Their cooperation falls on the case of a particularly sophisticated murder, the nature of which hints at a continuation. The thing is that an unknown killer punishes his victims for the mortal sins they have committed. William is faced with a choice: retire on a well-deserved retirement or help a young partner.


Fight Club (1999)

dir. David fincher

IMDb Rating: 8.8

The Storyteller’s monotonous life consists of insomnia, unloved and meaningless robots, and the purchase of useless “things.” One day, on board a plane, he meets the charismatic Tyler Durden. The latter, although he has a slightly perverted philosophy, surprises the Storyteller with his intelligence and openness, leaving him his business card with the wish to call at any time. The Storyteller’s call does not keep you waiting.


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Mysterious forest (2004)

dir. M. Night Shyamalan

IMDb Rating: 6.5

Despite the fact that the ratings of the audience would not have pulled “Mysterious Forest” even in the middle, the film itself is one of the best in terms of an unexpected tie.

Residents of the remote village of Covington live a measured and happy life. Only one unpleasant fact darkens the everyday life of the townspeople – a mysterious and impenetrable forest that surrounded the village from all sides, in which there are “Those whose name we do not name.” Evil spirits or dangerous monsters know only the elders, who have fenced off Covington with salvage yellow flags, poles and towers. For the same reason, locals cannot cross the forest border. But not all villagers agree to put up with the existing order.

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