Planet of the Apes
Turns out that the planet populated by the damn, dirty apes has been earth the whole time.
The Sixth Sense
Bruce Willis is not only a bad therapist, he’s also a dead guy and Haley Joel Osment is the only one who can see him.
Many of Patrick Bateman’s victims are still alive, opening the door to the idea that his murders were all in his head.
The granddaddy of twist endings reveals that the “Rosebud” he used his dying word on is his childhood sled.
Turns out that Leo is not a sharp detective after all. He’s just another patient on the island acting out a delusion.
This is a brutal twist, revealing that the woman with whom the main character has been spending “quality time” is actually his daughter.
Norman’s mother is not the killer in the hotel. In fact, she’s wayyyy dead. The killer is Norman himself.
The innocent alter boy act that had you rooting for Edward Norton’s character the whole movie turned out to be an act. The dude was a straight killer the whole time.
The two characters aren’t really dead, nor did they double-cross each other. It was all a rouse to relieve the mob of some money.
The main character unselfishly shoots the four passengers in his car so they don’t have to suffer at the hands of the monsters. Little did he know, they were just seconds away from being rescued.
It’s people! SOYLENT GREEN IS PEOPLE!
Another Edward Norton twist, it turns out that him and Brad Pitt are two sides of the same person.
The Empire Strikes Back
The complete concentration of evil, Darth Vader, is our hero’s birth father.
Maybe Brad wouldn’t have asked “What’s in the box?” so many times if he knew that it was his wife’s head.
The Usual Suspects
Keyser Soze gets away unscathed when it’s revealed that he’s actually Verbal Kint, the smooth talking handicapped criminal who just spun a web for the cops.
Sam Jackson is shown to be the cause of all the disasters, as he was trying to find the superhero to his supervillian.
Another M. Night Shyamalan special, it turns out the antiquated village is actually in the middle of our present day world, and the monsters were created by the elders to keep everyone scared and quiet.
The con man we’ve been following (Nicolas Cage) is actually being long -conned by his supposed daughter, who he was teaching to run cons, and his former partner.
This is a convoluted one, but Bruce Willis turns out to be a time traveller who dies in front of his young self at the airport, and Brad Pitt’s eco-group is actually just a bunch of idiots.
Guy Peace’s wife actually survives the attack, but dies later when his memory issue causes him to mishandle her insulin. He frames people for himself to track down in order to avoid dealing with the grief.