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9 Binge-Worthy Movies On Netflix With So Many Plot Twists You'll Get Dizzy

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9 Movies On Netflix With So Many Plot Twists You'll Get Dizzy

Get ready for a wild ride that will leave you on the edge of your seat. These movies on Netflix have so many plot twists you'll get dizzy.

If you are tired of storylines where you can predict everything that will happen, this is the list for you. A good surprise ending you never saw coming can make a flick unforgettable.

Here are our top picks to stream.

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10 Cloverfield Lane

Rating: 7.2/10

Why You Need To Watch It: It is an eerie movie about a woman who wakes up in an underground bunker after an accident only to be told by two men that the Earth has become uninhabitable.


Rating: 6.7/10

Why You Need To Watch It: M. Night Shyamalan is famous for his twist endings in his films. If you're a fan of his other movies, like Signs, The Sixth Sense or Lady In The Water, you'll want to check this one out.

The King 

Rating: 7.2/10

Why You Need To Watch It: Based on Shakespeare's plays, this flick has a surprising ending you won't see coming. It follows Prince Hal's rise to becoming the King of England.


Rating: 8.8/10

Why You Need To Watch It: Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, this is an exceptional science fiction movie with a cliffhanger that baffles viewers.

The Invisible Guest

Rating: 8.1/10

Why You Need To Watch It: It is an intense, character-driven Spanish mystery movie where a successful businessman is arrested for the murder of Laura Vidal.

The Invitation

Rating: 6.6/10

Why You Need To Watch It: It is a slow-burn thriller about a man who attends his ex-wife's dinner party only to realize the alarming plans for the evening.

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

Rating: 7.2/10

Why You Need To Watch It: It is a choose-your-own-adventure film with non-stop twists, unlike anything you've seen before.

The Perfection

Rating: 6.1/10

Why You Need To Watch It: This Netflix original is a psychological thriller about a teacher and his talented cellist who head down a nightmarish path.


Rating: 6.4/10

Why You Need To Watch It: It is an unpredictable thriller about a man who discovers his wife and daughter are missing after they go to a hospital.

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