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The most confusing film ever?

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Ok so i was having a discussion with a mate who though inception was confusing ( which i don't btw) and so got onto the subject of films thaty make you think and are hard to follow so whats the o… Read More
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
Ok so i was having a discussion with a mate who though inception was confusing ( which i don't btw) and so got onto the subject of films thaty make you think and are hard to follow

so whats the one film that left you thinking WTF!?

Mine has got to be mullholland drive, stil to this day don't get that film, even after reading all so called explanationsl
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banned#1
Um can only think of memento
#2
Donnie Darko!

Edited By: nikkib123 on Jan 12, 2011 14:58: Spelt it like a div!
#3
Inception with out a doubt
#4
Primer! http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0390384/

Edited By: cdm22 on Jan 12, 2011 13:47
4 Likes #5
Busty Babes: Volume 4.

after I watched it I thought WTF...not as good as volume 3

/Son I am disappoint
#6
Old boy all the....the ending seriously leaves you thinking WTF!!!!!!!!!
banned#7
Yeah Mulholland Drive probably the hardest to understand. It doesn't really matter too much if you get all of it or none of it as it works on first viewing as it does once you read an explanation. It's a modern masterpiece in my opinion.
#8
I have to agree with your mate inception was pretty confusing.
1 Like #9
How is inception confusing? All you have to do is remember which dream level they are in.
#10
One of the most baffling I`ve seen was I Don`t Want to Sleep Alone

I didn`t think Inception was confusing, at all. I thought a lot of people read far too much into it and confused themselves.
#11
spoilers its a dream in a dream in a dream simples
#12
Inception is about as confusing as Chavs a honest law abiding citizens.
#13
got to agree with most people here, that inception wasn't confusing at all...you just got to remember what dream level they are in!
#14
Inception is easy lmao, anywho:

Eraserhead

The Naked Lunch

Tetsuo

Akira

Jonathan Livingston Seagull
#15
I think Lost Highway is the most confusing I've seen - (or maybe Mulholland Drive - but I've not re-watched that recently). David lynch was never one for simple plot lines... both are great films - well worth watching.

Edited By: wombat6025 on Jan 12, 2011 14:01
#16
That was a good film but time travel movies can easily get confusing. I have no idea what was going on in Suicide Club.

1 Like #17
Shutter Island : I think I got it, but I can't be certain
#18
I was doing quite well with it until near the end when the 3rd or 4th incarnations of themselves started interfering with time! oO:D

Might have to give Suicide Club a watch, looks interesting!

mittu1
That was a good film but time travel movies can easily get confusing. I have no idea what was going on in Suicide Club.
#19
BurntEffigy
Shutter Island : I think I got it, but I can't be certain

Wasn't that spelt out at the end of the film?
#20


Good time travel story done on almost no budget.

You could try The Attic Expeditions (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118652/). Great fun with a 'huhh' ending. . .
#21
wombat6025
I think Lost Highway is the most confusing I've seen - (or maybe Mulholland Drive - but I've not re-watched that recently). David lynch was never one for simple plot lines... both are great films - well worth watching.


Yeah lost highway is another one, David lynch doesn't make straight forward films oO
#22
cdm22
BurntEffigy
Shutter Island : I think I got it, but I can't be certain
Wasn't that spelt out at the end of the film?

IIRC: Only by the person who was causing the questions in the first place, so he could have been planting those thoughts too?
#23
Abz
got to agree with most people here, that inception wasn't confusing at all...you just got to remember what dream level they are in!


Which is made easier by them all being quite different

I would say No Country for Old men had me thinking wtf at the end. tbh I wasn't really in the mood to watch it and my wife spent the entire film saying "this is pap" so I didn't really enjoy it
#24
inception and these other films are simples and makes me wonder these can be considered confusing,
If you want confusing go to china/ Korea !! that's some messed up stuff
here is one clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qlt2nG4PEZw
Did see another vid but can't find it, they are all in a class room and anyway won't go into it but has to be the most spinny thing I have seen. These people make david Crononberg look like a director for sooty and sweep shows :)
#25
Endings on some films usually confuse me...e.g. Planet of the Apes (2001)
1 Like #26
Showgirls
#27
sufchenko
Endings on some films usually confuse me...e.g. Planet of the Apes (2001)

I seem to remember the dvd coming with a time map so the owner could work that one out :)
#28
I watched Mr Nobody the other day, I found that quite hard to follow. Though I enjoyed it.
#29
The first time I watched pulp fiction I was confused when john travolta "came back to life" :)
#30
cdm22
sufchenko
Endings on some films usually confuse me...e.g. Planet of the Apes (2001)


I seem to remember the dvd coming with a time map so the owner could work that one out :)


really? I didn't get the time map with my 'copy'
banned#31
freeDUMB
I watched Mr Nobody the other day, I found that quite hard to follow. Though I enjoyed it.

Excellent movie, made my top 5 of last year. It's confusing until the ending I thought.
banned#32
sufchenko
cdm22
sufchenko
Endings on some films usually confuse me...e.g. Planet of the Apes (2001)
I seem to remember the dvd coming with a time map so the owner could work that one out :)
really? I didn't get the time map with my 'copy'

It doesn't help anyway. I'm sure they've tried to make an explanation fit the ending they wanted.
#33
numptyj
Busty Babes: Volume 4.

after I watched it I thought WTF...not as good as volume 3

/Son I am disappoint


You made me laugh ... thanks! :-)
#34
gotta agree with nikkib123

donnie darko tried so hard to be cult, it was alright, but not as clever as it thinks

'the social network' is damn good in my opinion, tries to bring the eighties vibe, got a touch of 'american phsycho' about it,without the violence, but good
#35
Blair Witch Project.
Not because it doesn't really explain the conclusion but because (1) people still call it a horror film and (2) get scared by it :p confusing stuff man
1 Like #36
Went to Blockbuster a few years ago and it was my turn to pick the film everyone else wanted to watch nicolas cage in matchstick men, but i picked Dreamcatcher. The beating i got from the rest of the room when it ended was incredible to say the least. I was confused at the plot but fully understood why i got the ferocious kickin
#37
I'm guessing noone here has seen magnolia. Easily the most confusing film of all time.
banned#38
gbspurs
I'm guessing noone here has seen magnolia. Easily the most confusing film of all time.

Why? There's no confusion to be had surely.
#39
Seriously? Raining frogs?
#40
I really liked memento,magnolia, dogville just going to watch primer in a minute but not so much confusing but i just thought was a really bad film was the langoliers.We just sat there and mainly laughed all the way through it even though i dont think it was meant to be a comedy.

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