4. Inception (2010)
Describing the beauty, brilliance and popularity of this mind-bending, action-packed movie are beyond any words can encompass.
Although very intense and complex, you’ll not regret pushing the boundaries of your mind to understand Christopher Nolan’s concept of dream-sharing.
Even if you watch umpteenth times, the ending will always be arguable. And, that’s why our highly conceptual movie list is incomplete without this movie.
3. 2001: Space Odyssey (1968)
This classic movie, directed by Stanley Kubrick takes us through the journey of a crew of scientists along with the sentient computer HAL 9000 and beautifully displays the connection between the past and the present.
The film covers the theme of artificial intelligence vs mankind. The exploration of human evolution using science and space travel concept is altogether a thrilling plot.
2. Primer (2004)
Aaron (Shane Carruth) and Abe (David Sullivan) with the help of other friends invent a form of time travel, but soon their excitement turns to obsession over their creation.
In the quest to make money out of the new technology, they create overlapping timelines and are caught up in dark consequences. The movie is no less than a scientific puzzle and is a good challenge for all the brainiacs out there.
1. The Matrix (1999)
The ground-breaking, philosophical sci-fi classic introduced the concept of simulated reality.
Computer hacker Neo enters a forbidding underworld and discovers that the life he knows is the elaborate deception of an evil cyber-intelligence created by sentient machines to subdue the human population.
He then plans to fight against the machines to free humanity from the lives of computerized brainwashing.
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