The highly anticipated sequel to Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, contained one of the most distinguished Sci-Fi scenes of all time. While fans initially believe Darth Vader, the antagonist and enemy in episode IV, murdered Luke's father. Darth Vader later reveals himself as Luke's father following a climactic battle between the two. The shocking reveal left viewers in disbelief for years, exploding the Star Wars franchise into a worldwide phenomenon. The dramatic, "I am your father" quote, has been permanently engraved into our culture and society, one of the most recognizable quotes ever. Darth Vader's role in the film has made him a notable villain. As family drama goes, this story line was surely one of the greatest.
The original Planet of the Apes movie has become known as one of the greatest plot twists of all time. The film starts in a spaceship with its crew, in a long distance voyage across space. They put themselves in stasis while the ship is traveling through a worm hole. The crew wakes up thousand of years later, crash-landing in a lake. The crew discover the planet to be dominated by intelligent talking apes, who capture them hostage. After the developing plot of the movie, the surviving captain discovers that the planet is not distant from Earth after all. In fact it is Earth in the distant future, following a cataclysmic nuclear war. The scene depicting the discovery showed the statue of liberty halfway buried and rusted. Audiences world wide were shocked worldwide and the film was an amazing success.
Notorious for the line "I see dead people", The Sixth Sense tells the story of a child therapist who had been shot by an ex-patient. After he recovers, he finds his marriage is falling apart, and he is assigned a new patient who claims he can see ghosts. The boy and the therapist try to find meaning to his gift by relieving the ghosts of their worldly connections. After a few successes, the audience and the therapist realize that he (the therapist) never recovered from the gunshot wound, and has been dead all along. The movie ends with the therapist talking to his wife while she sleeps, relieving himself from the world. This movie has become synonymous with seeing dead people/ghost, and has defined "sixth sense" to ghostly and supernatural sensory.
An unnamed narrator suffers from insomnia, he stays up reading catalogs and spends almost all his time traveling for his job at a car company. After numerous doctors visits, he finally takes the doctors advice and visits a support group. The group breaks the narrator down into tears which allows him to sleep. The narrator soon finds Tyler, an unorthodox and charismatic man who he soon founds a fight club with. The fight club then sparks numerous competitions between the narrator and Tyler, for the love of a woman and power. After the competition becomes almost terrorism, the narrator tries to stop Tyler. The narrator cannot stop Tyler until he finds out that he is Tyler. The narrator, in order to stop Tyler, shoots himself in which they both seemingly fall dead. Tyler was the narrator's delusional alter ego the whole time. A delusion that only the narrator could see.
U.S. Marshals Teddy Daniels and his partner Chuck, are sent to investigate a missing woman from a mental institution called Shutter Island. After teddy dives deeper into files from the institution, he grows suspicious of what secrets they are hiding. The institution refuses to give him the information he needs to solve the case. Soon one of the doctors on the island confront Teddy to reveal a shocking truth. He has been a patient at the hospital for two years, following the death of his children. Teddy doesn't believe him until he reveals his investigation to be a game for him to find the truth. Teddy refuses to live with this truth however, and agrees to a lobotomy to erase this truth for good.
A sole survivor named Roger tells police about the events leading up to a gun battle on a boat killing all but two survivors. The survivors being Roger, and a man named Keyser Söze, who Roger claims is a criminal mastermind behind the deaths of everyone on the boat. Roger then agrees to tell authorities everything in exchange for criminal immunity. After the interrogation is over, Roger leaves the station with his immunity. The police investigator soon realizes, after the police sketch of Keyser Söze comes in, that Roger was Keyser Söze all along. He tries to run out of the station to catch him, only to realize it was too late, Roger had escaped.