Top 10 Most Confusing Films of All Time

  1. Vanilla Sky
  2. Mulholland Drive
  3. Donnie Darko
  4. The Matrix Revolutions
  5. Memento
  6. 12 Monkeys
  7. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  8. 2001: A Space Odyssey
  9. Revolver
  10. A Clockwork Orange

Having seen many new films recently, we would add one more film to this list:

  1. Inception

Let us know if you have other films to add to this list.

Credit: LOVEFiLM Top 10 List

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Published in: on July 26, 2010 at 12:48 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. maybe pirates of caribbean : at the world’s end..

    I must watch it twice before I can understand the whole plot and character.

  2. Sorry mate, but someone has to be either very dim or completely unfamiliar with contemporary cinema to find these films on your list “confusing”. Just because they don’t use linear narrative and add some “surprising” plot devices it doesn’t mean they are too hard to apprehend, even when compared to the average dumbed down, popcorn fuelled, Hollywood blockbusters.

  3. Yeah this list is stupid as are the people who wrote it. Mulholland Drive (and most of David Lynch’s work) and 2001: A Space Odyssey (the ending only) I can understand.

    But some of the others are easy enough for most people with an average IQ to follow. The others, sure, are confusing at first but by the end, they make sense to most people. I hope the person who wrote that list is some teenage bubblegum-chewing girl who doesn’t know shit about movies.

    Also, if you’re going by the order of most confusing movie, you’re telling me that Vanilla Sky is #1??!!!!


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