The American comedy classic Some Like It Hot (1959) stars Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon. The film follows two musicians who witness a mob crime. So they disguise themselves as women to escape the mafia.
Based on Chuck Palahniuk’s novel of the same name, Fight Club (1999) has an unbelievable ending and subsequent cult following. It follows an unnamed narrator (Edward Norton) who hates his nine-to-five and is discontent with life.
Christopher Nolan’s Inception (2010) introduces dream-sharing technology that allows the plantation of ideas in another person’s mind. The plot follows a professional thief (Leonardo DiCaprio) with a tragic past who has the inverse task of using this technology in the subconscious of a C.E.O.
The film Fallen (1998) is one of Denzel Washington’s most underrated films. Although, it’s amassed a cult following. It follows a homicide detective (Washington) who witnesses a serial killer’s execution.
Loosely based on Agatha Christie’s whodunit And Then There Were None (1939), the movie Identity (2003) twists and turns to the very end. Ten stranded strangers take shelter in an empty motel in Nevada.