Even though every movie has an ending, the way it ends enhances the overall impression of the picture because it can either give the viewer a sense of completion or incompleteness. It’s worth it because of the twist, even though either can be good or horrible. Twisted endings are frequently used by filmmakers to advance their stories or surprise audiences with long-awaited revelations. Here is a list of the best twist-ending films that are now streaming on Amazon Prime.
All The Old Knives (2022)
Janus Metz Pedersen’s spy thriller, which stars Chris Pine and Thandiwe Newton and is based on Olen Steinhauer’s 2015 novel of the same name, has a masterfully done twist ending. The majority of the movie is set in a restaurant and centres on the dialogue between retired CIA officer Celia Harrison-Favreau (Newton) and CIA officer Henry Pelham (Pine), who were once in a romantic relationship. The backstory involves a hijacking that resulted in the deaths of every passenger, and someone from the CIA in Vienna provided intelligence to the terrorists operating the aircraft. Henry has been sent to interview and question Celia because she was also stationed there. A twist ending results from the fact that, despite appearances, the truth is quite different. Watch the movie right here.
Bones And All (2022)
This film, which is helmed by Luca Guadagnino, tells the tale of two cannibals in a society where there are more individuals who feed on humans. The two go off on a lengthy journey across America in the 1980s, where they encounter horrors that are too much for them to handle and even become a part of. What separates them from one another is their inability to outrun either their inherent nature or themselves. “Bones and All,” which stars Timothée Chalamet, Taylor Russell, Mark Rylance, Chloë Sevigny, and Michael Stuhlbarg, is a graphic movie with a heartbreaking twist at the very end. You decide if you can continue to watch. It is available for streaming here.
Regina Lampert is more concerned about her current situation than the murder of her husband. She and her new partner, Peter Joshua, are being pursued by three of her late husband’s World War II buddies who are searching for the money that they and her husband stole together. But, Regina and the audience are missing out on something about Peter. Thanks to the main actors, “Charade” is funny, captivating, fascinating, and attractive, and its twist finale is fitting. Starring Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, Walter Matthau, Thomas Chelimsky, and James Coburn, this classic film was directed by Stanley Donen. Here is where you can watch it.
I mean, all it takes for something to go terribly wrong is a comet, right? That’s what occurs to eight friends during a dinner party as Miller’s Comet comes by and the entire neighbourhood experiences a darkness due to power outages. When the folks encounter their doppelgängers in person amid weird happenings, they attempt to investigate what’s happening. The group must make one of the riskiest decisions because they don’t know who to believe and who not to, leaving them unsure of who to trust. “Coherence,” which was directed by James Ward Byrkit, is a riddle. You may view the solution here if you’d want to.
Goodnight Mommy (2014)
The 10-year-old twin brothers Elias and Lukas are the focus of this underappreciated psychological thriller from Germany. Their mother recently underwent cosmetic facial surgery, and her entire face is covered in bandages, with only her mouth and eyes showing. The boys start to wonder if the woman is their mother or someone else—someone frightening—as the days go by. The mother is portrayed in the movie in a similarly bizarre and inhumane way. But the truth—which comes to light at the very end—is quite different and has to do with the twin boys rather than the mother. Elias Schwarz, Lukas Schwarz, and Lukas Schwarz are the stars of “Goodnight Mommy.” Here is where you can watch it.
Knock At The Cabin (2023)
If you and your family are in a cabin and four people break in with the intention of sacrificing one of you because it’s the only thing stopping an already-implemented real apocalypse, what would you do? How do you prevent them from acting in that manner? Knowing that you could be killed, do you try to flee, or do you decide who to sacrifice? From a different perspective, you have the ability to save everyone. You are now a deity as a result. If it killed you, would you still be a god? Twist endings are director M. Night Shyamalan’s speciality, and in ‘Knock At The Cabin’, we receive one in his own manner. You can watch the movie online here. It stars Jonathan Groff, Ben Aldridge, Kristen Cui, Dave Bautista, Rupert Grint, Abby Quinn, and Nikki Amuka-Bird.
The Uninvited (2009)
“The Uninvited,” which was directed by Charles and Thomas Guard, features Emily Browning, Arielle Kebbel, Elizabeth Banks, and Elizabeth Banks. It centres on Anna and her sister Alex, who are determined to solve the mystery surrounding their father’s new flatmate, Rachel Summers. This comes after the sisters’ boathouse fire claimed the life of their mother. Prior to her passing, Summers was the mother’s carer. Anna is now confronted with the appearance of her mother as well as three young ones warning her of impending disaster. What message do they wish to convey? Really, who is Summers? The film’s conclusion contains the solution. Here is where you can watch it.
The Wall (2017)
John Cena and Aaron Taylor-Johnson play US Staff Sergeant Shane Matthews, a sniper, and his spotter Sergeant Allen “Ize” Isaac, respectively, in Doug Liman’s film “The Wall.” The movie, which is set in the midst of the Iraq War, centres on two troops who are assigned to look into a pipeline construction site. They learn that the location is clean after 22 hours of waiting, but not before an enemy sniper shoots and kills Matthews. Isaac must hide while attempting to identify the sniper on his own without giving himself away. “The Wall” is a test of wit and patience that will also try your patience. The last twist is unexpected. To find out what that is, you may watch the movie online here.