The Most Confusing Movies Ever Made Exposed and They Will Surprise You

Whether you’re looking for something with multiple layers to disentangle, or want to know what to avoid, here are the most confusing movies of all time:

Despite being released nearly 55 years ago, filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s interstellar cult classic has continued to baffle audiences since its release, with audiences searching for an explanation of the film’s plot 4,200 times a month on average.

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

The first of Christopher Nolan’s films to feature in the top 15, Inception sees viewers searching for an explanation for the film 4,500 times a month on average.

Inception (2010)

Memento (2000)

An explanation of the film’s plot racks up 4,600 searches a month, likely due to its non-linear storyline, which cuts between a chronological and reverse narrative of our main character.

More than 20 years after its release, there are 5,200 searches every month on average.

The Matrix (1999)

Predestination (2014)

The film’s convoluted plot involves its protagonist unknowingly facing off with versions of himself from multiple timelines in this time travel paradox. Understandably,  Predestination stacks up 5,900 searches a month for an explanation of its plot.

The controversial classic from acclaimed director David Fincher takes a surprising tenth place on the list, also receiving 5,900 searches a month.

Fight Club (1999)

Arrival (2016)

This sci-fi drama stars Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner and receives 6,000 searches monthly, taking it to ninth place on the list.

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