Have you ever been "Keyser Soze'd" in a relationship?
Well, Keyser Soze may just be the most compelling creation in recent American film - even though we barely see him. He's the absence that. Keyser Soze is in a drug war with Argentinians but also still in a rivalry with the heroin dealer and end up in contact with Kobayashi, who's Soze's lawyer and front would just happen to already have a business relationship with Kobayashi. Question: How did Soze end up in the police station after he escaped the .. The relationship with Keaton would have had to have begun long before Keyser.
Hide Caption 12 of 25 Photos: Great movie twists "The Wicker Man" — When the chaste detective played by Edward Woodward travels to a small island to investigate a missing child in 's "The Wicker Man," little does he realize he's about to become the sacrifice he thought he was looking into.
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Christopher Lee, who plays the island's leader, has said he believes "The Wicker Man" is "the best-scripted film I ever took part in. Well, there's a reason only Norton's character can see Durden: He exists only in the narrator's troubled mind. Hide Caption 14 of 25 Photos: And thus the battle between the Rebels and the Empire becomes very personal.
Hide Caption 15 of 25 Photos: Great movie twists "Saw" — For almost the entire running time of "Saw"a corpse lies in a pool of blood on the floor of well-hidden washroom. Meanwhile, two chained figures, played by Cary Elwes and Leigh Whannell, realize they're part of a brutal serial killer's game. After much gore and misdirection, the serial killer is revealed to be the corpse -- who's not so dead after all. Hide Caption 16 of 25 Photos: Great movie twists "Diabolique" — The French film "Diabolique" remains a model for the psychological thriller.
A wife and a mistress decide to murder their shared lover, a brutal schoolmaster.
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But when his body disappears, who's really controlling the plot? Turns out the real target was the wife. But the movie lets the audience wonder if she, too, is really dead.
Hide Caption 17 of 25 Photos: Hide Caption 18 of 25 Photos: As the movie ends, he blissfully walks on water, giving his character a holier level. Hide Caption 19 of 25 Photos: Great movie twists "The Cabin in the Woods" — "The Cabin in the Woods" is, like "Scream," as much a parody of horror movie cliches as it is a horror movie itself. But the final twist, including an uncredited performer, shows that underneath the parody is an apocalyptic heart.
Hide Caption 20 of 25 Photos: Hide Caption 21 of 25 Photos: In the film, a reporter Warren Beatty, left, with Hume Cronyn, center turns up an assassination conspiracy, but instead of revealing it to the world, he ends up the target. Hide Caption 22 of 25 Photos: She thinks she's studying them, but as the old poker-table saying goes, if you don't know who the sucker is, you're the sucker.
David Mamet, then Crouse's husband, wrote and directed.
Hide Caption 23 of 25 Photos: Great movie twists "In the Company of Men" — Chad and Howard Aaron Eckhart, left, and Matt Malloy come up with a plan to break the heart of a deaf woman by dating her and then splitting with her in "In the Company of Men" But it's Howard who ends up broken, blindsided by Chad's coldheartedness.
Neil LaBute wrote and directed. Hide Caption 24 of 25 Photos: Did he really kill all those people and set up all those deals?
He didn't seem so bad to me. What we're seeing in the film is a Keaton who's trying to reform, inspired by his relationship with Edie Finneran. Kujan has no particular reason to lie about Keaton's earlier exploits and it certainly seems from what's said in the film that Keaton was a major criminal in his time. True, many of these statements are taken from Verbal's tale, so they cannot be taken as being definitive, but they must contain a reasonable element of truth or Kujan, who is clearly familiar with Keaton's file, would have picked up on it.
While mostly accurate, there is one non-applicable element to the Chosen Answer on this one: At the start of the film, when Soze kills Keaton, the camera pans to the piles of rope that, later in the film, is shown to be the hiding place for Verbal as he 'watches' Keaton get shot.
As Verbal is later found out to in fact be Soze, what is the significance of the rope, surely no one is hiding there? As Verbal is the one that is shooting Keaton? Was there someone else hiding that we don't know? So I think the movie is implying that Verbal is behind the ropes, which later we learn is a lie. So I guess that shot is thrown in to keep the audience fooled.
Also, if Marquez is the only one who knows what Keyser looks like, how can the burnt Hungarian describe him after the boat blew? Because he was not behind the ropes watching, he was in a drain pipe. Reply Hide comments The Hungarian described him because he was on the boat killing guys. Verbal wasn't in the drain pipe, that was Marquez Remember they found him tossed from the boat in the drain pipe with 2 gunshots to the head.
Is Verbal hiding there?
We think he is until we know better but by then it is too late, just like it was too late when Keaton finally realised the truth.