Thrillers with unpredictable outcome: exquisite, stylish, clever
One of the most favorite genres of cinephiles, those "gourmets" who adore intricate stories - a thriller. The word thrill, which translates from English as "trembling," speaks for itself.
Sitting comfortably in front of the blue screen orgoing to the movie show, a person choosing this genre, anticipates a pleasant excitement. Especially if he comes across thrillers with an unpredictable outcome, of which there are a great many. Famous Indian Manoj Nelliattu Shyamalan was a kind of "trendsetter", having removed his "Sixth Sense" in 1999, a story about a psychologist (Bruce Willis) and a boy who sees the dead (Haley Joel Osment). From this picture began the countdown of films about ghosts who do not know that they have died. These include the "Other" Alejandro Amenabar with Nicole Kidman or the later "House of Dreams" in which the duo of Daniel Craig - Rachel Weiss - starred. This is truly a thriller with an unpredictable outcome, where to the finale for some reason the white is already black, and the black is rapidly turning white. And Shyamalan did not stop there, he still likes to surprise. For example, though not very masterpiece, but his curious film "The Mysterious Forest", too, is closer to the credits presenting a surprise to all its watchers.
DiCaprio and others
Another talented director Christopher Nolanloves so zamorachivat viewer, which is only to be surprised, as the director himself is not entangled to the last shots in the artfully woven cinematic web. A vivid example - "Remember", a film in which the main character (performed by Guy Pearce) was ill with a very rare form of amnesia. Nolan continued to shoot thrillers with an unpredictable denouement and issued another masterpiece - "The Beginning" with Leonardo DiCaprio in the title role. DiCaprio himself has greatly added in recent years in terms of acting skills. He completely departed from those images and debut roles in which the directors exploited only his external qualities, and showed himself in another, no less interesting work. It was a screen version of the best-selling American novelist Dennis Lihekin, "The Island of the Damned", which appeared on the screens a year before the "Beginning." The work of Martin Scorsese can be attributed to the category of "the best thrillers with an unpredictable outcome", because the ending debunks all the conjectures of the public and even shocking. It is worth mentioning and the wonderful actor's ensemble DiCaprio - Jack Nicholson - Matt Damon (and Mark Wahlberg who joined them), formed in another Scorsese film, which won 4 Oscars - "The Departed" in 2006. And Hong Kong's "Double Castling", and its staff remake "The Departed" - thrillers with an unpredictable outcome.
Turn upside down
British director Danny Boyle, whose "Millionairefrom the slums "took the main" Oscar "in 2008, loves experiments. He removes that extraordinary story about drug addicts ("On the Needle"), then shows the tragedy of a man who is on the verge of life and death ("127 hours"), then unfolds a picture of the global epidemic ("28 hours"). All (or almost all) of his creations are thrillers with an unpredictable outcome. 2013 gave us the next ambiguous movie master - "Trans". Beginning as a usual detective about the robbery of the London auction, which continued as a psychological drama of the main character who lost his memory, "Trance" ends up literally turning the plot on its head. Simon, who was so touching in his attempts to escape (James McAvoy), Frank is an ambiguous villain (Vincent Cassel), and Elizabeth, attractive and wise (Rosario Dawson), played their roles in the thriller.