Bored of the week already? Planning to get away with some popcorn and Netflix? If yes then we have the perfect weekend plan set for you. Or maybe this can be your weekend as well. Choose a day and start watching these 7 amazingly intelligent movies that might even take more than once to understand what their actual plot is. Go on and read ahead.
We all know about this movie as the most intriguing movie on science. You need to watch it 5 times and still there will be a lot left to understand. And if physics just doesn’t go well with you, well you better not knock your head into it. The relativity of time in different areas of space is just awesomely depicted.
The movie depicts great application of concepts of physics and chemistry. This movie shall leave you amazed and hopeful as how one can survive for long on a planet that doesn’t support life.
Oh this is my favorite. If you are a dreamer of something big you got to watch it. Not once, not twice but every time you feel low. It’s not a difficult to understand movie. It’s a highly inspirational movie. And what shall intelligence alone do if it’s not inspired enough. Ignore this movie at the risk lf missing something powerful.
You need to watch it again and again to understand the concept shown. Two friends trying to time-travel and the consequences it brings.
12 ANGRY MEN
A really short one and a half hour movie from the good, old, black and white Hollywood with IMDB rating 8.9. This movie is the best intellectual discussion I have ever witnessed. Maybe there is better but it hasn’t crossed my eyes. An open and shut case of a boy charged of murdering his father is slowly and intellectually proven to be wrong. If you don’t watch it, you are losing the best courtroom drama man.
THE IMITATION GAME
Well, I can safely say this is the best movie by Benedict Cumberbatch. And it’s a real story. The ending shall just wrench your heart. Those times when homosexuals were treated like culprits. Well, no, it’s not a movie on homosexuality though. It’s the story of a mathematician who builds a machine called Enigma to decipher German Codes during the Second World War
Zodiac was a serial killer in the late 1960s and early 1970s in the San Francisco Bay. And this movie is based on real incident. You are going to take double time the length of the movie to fully understand the mystery and the ongoing leads. You really need to hang on to your patience as you may well be losing it at points. The Zodiac killer just led to countless futile leads.