15 witty movies to watch

  1. Artificial Intelligence – AI (2001) is one of the witty movies that you should watch. The story passes in an uncertain future when the mankind produces artificial intelligence robots in order to make life easier. 2. Catch Me If You Can, taken in 2002, is about a young fraudster whom the FBI agents try to track down. He has such remarkable talents that help to fraud in 26 countries as a pilot, doctor, prosecutor and supporter.
  2. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) is another movie which will be watched again and again. Clementine (Kate Winslet) erased her memories with her old boyfriend Joel Barish (Jim Carrey) in a way. Joel, whose heart is broken, decides to do the same. Seeing Clementine slowly disappearing from his memories, Joel realizes that he still loves her. He decides to fix the error he has done.
  3. In the movie named Inside Man (2006), there came four people to the crowded lobby of the Wall Street branch of the Manhattan Trust dressed in painter attire. The perfectly planned siege initiated by the costume robbers will result in a few seconds. Fifty bank executives taken hostage by the robbers have since fallen into the hands of a well-organized robbery operation.
  4. Law Abiding Citizen (2009) is another unforgettable movie you must watch. In the movie, Clyde Shelton (Gerard Butler) is an honest family man who lost his wife and daughter during a robbery attempt to his home. When the killers are captured, Nick Rice (Jamie Foxx), a successful prosecutor of Philadelphia, is appointed to the case. Nick proposes to the suspects a slight penalty for his testimony against his accomplice.
  5. Limitless (2011): What if a pill could make you richer and stronger? Eddie (Bradley Cooper) is a shitty New York City writer. However, one day he meets a drug with which the brain can use to its full capacity. By the help of this amazing drug he has money, logic and charm. But Eddie soon finds out that he cannot have eternal gentle possession free of charge.
  6. Exam (2009): A mysterious and powerful company looks for a qualified staff and prepares the perfect exam to hire the best. Participants get in a room and are given a paper and a pen. The manager tells the test takers that they have just one question after talking about the rules, and adds that the right answerer will be accepted for work. However, the problem is that there is no question to answer.
  7. Twelve Monkeys (1995) is about a virus that emerged in 1997 leads to the death of 5 billion people. Just a few people are able to pull underground and protect themselves. The survivors develop a time machine to give up the viruses. They will choose James Cole from prisoners to use the device, which is still in testing phase.
  8. In the mysterious story of The Prestige (2006) we see two stage wizards in the Victorian period embarking on an increasingly fierce battle and a powerful recipe that turns into an insatiable thirst for revealing each other’s professional secrets. The consequences of these two magnificent men’s boldness to cast off passion, showmanship, and ambitious friendship are dangerous, deadly, and fraudulent.
  9. Fight Club (1999) is about Norton, a person working in a car company suffering from insomnia. The doctor refuses to give him more medication and recommends visiting a support group that can help him. The narrator participates in a support group for testicular cancer victims and meets Marla there. He participates in the group even though he is not sick like the narrator’s young man.
  10. Inception (2010): Dominick “Dom” Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a talented thief. He enters into the subconscious of the people at the moment of dreaming and steals their important secrets. His latest victim is Japanese business man Saito (Ken Watanabe). Saito’s wife, who dies while walking in the depths of the subconscious, sees Mal and the play fails.
  11. The Butterfly Effect (2004) is telling the story of Evan (Ashton Kutcher), who has to struggle with his terrible memories of childhood. Over time he discovers that he could travel back and change things.
  12. Back to the Future (1985) has been one of the most box-office movies of all time. Steven Spielberg presents this fantastic comedy that has wit, imaginative, and infectious genius that transcends time limits. Marty Mcfly (Michael J. Fox) is a 18 year old typical American youngster who goes back to 1955 with a plutonium-powered time machine invented by a mad professor (Christopher Lloyd).
  13. The Truman Show (1998) is about the people who live an utopian life in one of the most beautiful islands in the world. People living in this island are happy to wake up every day and end the day without any problems except Truman.
  14. The Matrix (1999): Thomas Anderson (Keanu Reeves) working for a respected software company, spends his nights breaking programs under the name “Neo” and researching Matrix. When he meets mysteriously Trinity (Carrie Ann Moss) and Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), Neo is rescued and joined the team led by Morpheus, after learning that the world in which he lives is actually a simulation in his brain.

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