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Memento 2000,  R)
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The Usual Suspects 1995,  R)
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Seven (Se7en) 1995,  R)
Seven (Se7en)
Se7en is a lunatic logic that creates dispute between our perception of the seven deadly sins and John Doe's (Kevin Spacey) perception of the same thing. The intriguing premise David Fincher used was some kind of an evil genius, using holocaust to pursue the task of the film scoundrel. The prelude's slow-paced scheme keeps the viewer on thinking how will it end, how will the series of murder finish. It's raw start challenges my faith on this what-so-called greatest work of Fincher, thanks to Somerset (Freeman), Mills (Pitt), and Pepper Potts-Tracy Mills (Paltrow), a powerhouse cast that gave quite pleasure at the start. Unbelievable, the most acquirable word to describe it's superb finale; Kevin Spacey provokes one's thought to explode, he really meant when he said that the last two sins will surprise. I can declare after watching it that Se7en was the best film in the crime-mystery genre so far, with the most distressing conclusion you can see in years.
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Minority Report 2002,  PG-13)
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Fight Club 1999,  R)
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Inception 2010,  PG-13)
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The Matrix 1999,  R)
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The Prestige 2006,  PG-13)
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Adaptation 2002,  R)
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Zodiac 2007,  R)
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Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind 2004,  R)

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