Sometimes, one plot twist just isn't enough. It's almost a given that a film will have some sort of narrative subversion nowadays, which means that despite popular belief - less is definitely not more.
In fact, some movies take it upon themselves to make the opposite entirely true, peppering their narratives with as many twists and turns as possible to lock their audiences into a feature-length rollercoaster. If you're not questioning your own fundamental sense of being at the end of the movie, did it really have enough plot twists?
With enough rug pulls to give you a serious carpet burn and stories so twisted they belong on a pretzel stand, these are the films that laugh in the face of one measly surprise, ham-fisting in as many as possible for the no matter how ridiculous their plots become in the process.
God bless movies that truly don't give a sh*t.
9. Saw 2
Truthfully, any of the Saw movies could neatly slot into this list without much question about it, since they're built on the premise of being twisted from the ground up when it comes to subject matter and plot alike. Saw 2 in particular had something to prove when it came out however, building on Saw's legacy of THAT final reveal with something bigger, badder, and better all round - sprinkling over a handful of twists to keep audiences in the dark.
The best part of the Saw series is that these twists are always well telegraphed, with Jigsaw often straight up revealing to his victims exactly what he intends to happen in very plain words that they underestimate. That's exactly the case with this title, dropping the line that Detective Matthews's son is in a 'safe place' long before the team realises he's literally in... a safe.
We also get the reveal that players in Jigsaw's game aren't all new and that there's a big old dual timeline going on, with plenty mind f*cks implemented on the way to the break-neck left turn into Jigsaw's winning move. Saw 2 might not be remembered as the best in the franchise, but it's definitely up there for its devilishly winding narrative.