14 Movies Which Will Give You More Questions Than Answers

Here are the 14 movies which will leave you with more questions than the answers in the end.

 

The Giver

Young Jonas lives in a perfect, highly civilized society of the future. There are no more wars, pain, suffering, joy, or memories. By a decision of the Community, Jonas becomes the Receiver of Memory, which he has to take from a person called The Giver. The young man learns the truth about the real world, but to release his own world he has to defy it. Starring Meryl Streep, Taylor Swift, Katie Holmes, Jeff Bridges, Odeya Rush, Alexander Skarsgard, Cameron Monaghan, Emma Tremblay, Alexander Jillings, Brenton Thwaites.

 

Leaving Las Vegas

Ben is on a bad streak, and it’s so wide his life becomes darker than black. His whole life resembles a meaningless existence. When his career also comes to an end, Ben sells shares and valuable things, tosses the rest of his stuff, and sets his house on fire so there is no temptation to go back. Now Ben is headed for Las Vegas, where he hopes to change his life. Starring Nicolas Cage, Elisabeth Shue, Julian Sands, Richard Lewis, Steven Weber, Kim Adams, Emily Procter, Stuart Regen, Valeria Golino, Graham Beckel.

Coherence

The Final Cut

In the near future, most people live with chips implanted in their brains. It fixes all the aspects of their lives from birth to death. Alan Hackman is an editor, “cutting” the final version of a human life, and he has access to any moment of it. His problems begin when he receives an order from a late famous lawyer’s wife. Starring Robin Williams, Mira Sorvino, Jim Caviezel, Mimi Kuzyk, Stephanie Romanov, Thom Bishops, Genevieve Buechner, Brendan Fletcher, Vincent Gale, Casey Dubois.

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Changing Lanes

Changing Lanes

Gavin, an industrious lawyer, happened to face a divorced loner, Doyle. After an accident, the outraged father gets his hands on his opponent’s file and refuses to return it. The lawyer gets immediate revenge. They seem ready to kill each other if they have a chance. One of them has to come to his senses first. Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Affleck, Toni Collette, Sydney Pollack, William Hurt, Amanda Peet, Kim Staunton, Tina Sloan, Richard Jenkins, Akil Walker.

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