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"The 15 Most Confusing movies of All Time"
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A formal list of the most confusing movies of all time has been assembled, according to how often the film’s title and “explained” is searched on the internet. After compiling a list of 150 films renowned for their puzzling plots and ambiguous endings, Im-a-puzzle‘s team analyzed searches that include a film title followed by “explained” in an effort to learn which top 15 films confused audiences the most.

The list spans over six decades, beginning with Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” with the least amount searches per month, totaling at 4,200 searches. As the searches per month increase on list, Christopher Nolan’s films land four of the 15 spots — including #1 for his 2020 puzzler “Tenet.” That film introduced the concept of “time inversion” and concerns different physical properties moving in different directions.
TENET's 1st, Interstellar is 6th, Inception and Memento are 14th and 13th, respectively.

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radewart wrote:
June 8th, 2022, 7:09 pm
"The 15 Most Confusing movies of All Time"
https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/15- ... avWJiizuaV
A formal list of the most confusing movies of all time has been assembled, according to how often the film’s title and “explained” is searched on the internet. After compiling a list of 150 films renowned for their puzzling plots and ambiguous endings, Im-a-puzzle‘s team analyzed searches that include a film title followed by “explained” in an effort to learn which top 15 films confused audiences the most.

The list spans over six decades, beginning with Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” with the least amount searches per month, totaling at 4,200 searches. As the searches per month increase on list, Christopher Nolan’s films land four of the 15 spots — including #1 for his 2020 puzzler “Tenet.” That film introduced the concept of “time inversion” and concerns different physical properties moving in different directions.
TENET's 1st, Interstellar is 6th, Inception and Memento are 14th and 13th, respectively.
Listing Tenet as the number one most confusing film of all time is a very Yahoo thing to do.

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Christopher Priest going to do a Q&A about his favourite subject… :lol:

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Ace wrote:
July 4th, 2022, 6:58 pm


Christopher Priest going to do a Q&A about his favourite subject… :lol:
No doubt, Priest has nothing nice to say about Nolan. I don't know why he even bothers to do these, unless he just loves to talk shit.

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Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas and guests attend the 2022 Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Gala at the Barker Hangar on October 08, 2022 in Santa Monica, California.

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And finally, here's a fun little item to chew on as we close out this edition and send you onward into the weekend ...

On Wednesday, Warner Bros. Discovery chief David Zaslav and Steven Spielberg were having lunch at Warner Bros. commissary. Not a bad power lunch, right? But then, Christopher Nolan, eating nearby, comes over to hang after his lunch wrapped. AND THEN, new co-head of DC Studios Peter Safran walked in and got to meet the whole gang. (If only our mic in the Cobb salad hadn't shorted out!)
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