The title of this movie actually solves a part of the mystery. A lie once told by a little girl ultimately ruins her older sister’s life. This movie contains fiction within fiction, the ultimate betrayal of the viewer. The sad, honest reveal at the end of this film leaves quite an empty feeling within yourself, but still worth the watch.
Oh, and you’ll probably cry so get your tissues ready.
Now You See Me
A movie about magicians? There’s got to be a surprise ending.
You think you’re tracking the whole time, following the frustrated Mark Ruffalo as he tries to stop the magicians. Then you find out he is the ultimate magician and this was all apart of his big, insanely detailed, trick to fool even the best magicians, and the whole world that was watching.
This woman (NOT a girl) is quite literally insane. We find out the orphan that this unsuspecting family adopts turns out to be a 33-year-old with a growth disorder, making her look like a small child. She’s creepy, violent and she kills pigeons. No ghosts or gimmicks in this movie, just a scary serial killer woman acting as a little girl who secretly tries to hit on her new adopted father.
Fake teeth and a necklace that covers up some serious scars. Yeah, it’s weird.
I feel like this was a truly underrated film. A box with a button inside is presented to a family. If they press the button, they get a million dollars, but someone in the world dies, someone they don’t know.
A pretty simple story line creates an ending that is a combination of everything you didn’t want to happen in the movie. Basically everyone loses, lots of death and we find out that money doesn’t solve anything. More money, more problems is the theme of this movie.
I want to tell you the ending, but we all know the rules.