Page 2 - Spoiler Alert! Ten Of Our Favourite Movie Plot Twists
Brad Pitt got a surprise package in Se7en
Five of the seven deadly sins are played out by serial killer John Doe until he turns himself in to the police. It all seemed a bit too easy in the end didn't it? That is until detective Mills opens the package to discover the severed head of his wife. Turns out Doe was suffering from a bit of envy and as Mills shoots him in the head he succumbs to rage, making the killer’s plan complete.
Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back
“Luke I am your father”, well actually it’s “no I am your father”, but still, it’s one of the most quoted lines in movie history. It’s all part of cinematic history now, but first time around, did you real think the Dark Lord could be daddy to the valiant Luke Skywalker?
Planet of the Apes
Another iconic one, that we all know too well now, but at the time it was pretty unexpected. All through the movie Charlton Heston thought he was on a new planet were apes rule, turns out, he was right at home on planet earth and there’s Lady Liberty, half submerged to greet him. Those damn, dirty apes.
The Sixth Sense
Haley Joel Osment can see dead people and psychologist Bruce Willis is the only one who can help him it through it. Unlucky for Bruce, his wife, who seems to be ignoring him, doesn't share Osment’s talent. You see eventually we learn Bruce Willis is himself dead, but we all know someone who claims they always saw it coming.
How many Christian Bale's are in The Prestige?
This tale of rival magicians offers up not one but two shocking twists. So how does Hugh Jackman’s Angier manage to pull off his The Real Transported Man? He’s been able to clone himself of course. Then what about Christian Bale’s, Borden does he clone himself to pull of his trick? Nope, there’s no need because he has an identical twin! Confusing, yes, but pretty magical.