10 great movies for those who like to solve mysteries

10 great movies for those who like to solve mysteries

There are those who prefer more comfortable movies, which deliver information without having to break your head too much, and often have predictable endings. Others, on the other hand, already prefer a good mystery, which allows the viewer to delve into the story and draw his own conclusions without even waiting for his assumption to be correct.

These movies always bring a good plot twist to the plot, leaving those on the other side of the screen somewhat shocked by its ending. Even though they involve tragic stories of murders, kidnappings, and other crimes, these productions are often quite entertaining and great options for getting out of the comfort zone.

If you prefer this style of film, FreeGameGuide has prepared this list of 10 movies for those who like to solve mysteries, all available to watch on streaming.

1. Island of Fear

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The Isle of Fear, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo cast and directed by Martin Scorsese, shows the lives of two detectives who go to a remote island to investigate the disappearance of a woman in a madhouse. Arriving at the scene, the pair realize that the situation goes beyond what they imagined and begin to deepen the investigation, struggling to survive the mysteries of the site.

Fear Island is available on Amazon Prime Video and GloboPlay.

2. The Girl on the Train

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In The Girl on the Train, Rachel Watson, Emily Blunt's character, spends days longing for the perfect life of a couple watching every day on their train journeys. She becomes part of the situation when, one day, she sees something strange happening in the backyard of their home and ends up discovering that the woman, Megan, is missing. Rachel then decides to start her own investigation into what would have happened.

Girl on the Train can be watched on Netflix.

3. Millennium: The Men Who Didn't Love Women

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In the movie Millennium: Men Who Didn't Love Women, with Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara, reporter Mikael Blomkvist is hired by influential millionaire Henrik Vanger to investigate the murder of his niece, Harriet. Mikael just didn't realize that she would count on the help of Lisbeth Salander, a rather peculiar woman, to help find out who the killer was.

You can watch the movie on Netflix.

4. Amnesia

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In Amnesia, Guy Pearce is Leonard, an investigator looking for the criminal who raped and murdered his wife. The investigation appears to be going well until he finds that the prime suspect suffers from chronic memory loss, a condition acquired after an accident. With that, he can't remember what happened minutes ago, which is a big challenge for the detective to find out if he really is guilty.

Amnesia is available on Amazon Prime Video.

5. Zodiac

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Between the 1960s and 1970s, the city of San Francisco, California, was haunted by a dangerous serial killer, causing investigators and reporters to begin a criminal hunt. As the investigation goes on, the serial killer targets new victims and begins sending messages with riddles and codes and making mysterious telephones to those responsible for their pursuit.

Zodiac can be watched on Netflix.

6. The Sixth Sense

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In the classic The Sixth Sense, by M. Night Shyamalan, little Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment) has a secret: he sees dead people all the time. Always afraid to tell people about the ghosts that haunt his life, he finally has a chance to share his experiences with Dr. Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis), a child psychologist. That's when, then, something inexplicable happens.

You can watch the movie The Sixth Sense on Netflix.

7. Exemplary Girl (2014)

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In the Exemplary Girl drama, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) and Amy (Rosamund Pike), influential New Yorkers, have always appeared to be a happy couple. However, Amy mysteriously disappears at the celebration of five years of marriage, making Nick the prime suspect. Now he has to deal with his blurry image as everyone tries to understand what really happened to Amy.

Exemplary Girl is available on Netflix.

8. Before Sleeping (2014)

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In Before Sleeping, Christine Lucas (Nicole Kidman) suffers from a severe form of amnesia following an incident that nearly killed her, and is therefore unable to create new memories. Because of this problem, she needs to meet her husband Ben (Colin Firth) every morning, every day, as well as various aspects of her life. The situation becomes even more complicated as she begins to uncover some strange truths about her past.

Before Sleep can be watched on Amazon Prime Video, GloboPlay and TeleCine Play.

9. A Master Crime

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A Master Crime tells the story of Willy Beachum (Ryan Gosling), who receives a new mission as prosecutor just as he was ready to step down. He eventually accepts and needs to work alongside Ted Crawford, the role of Anthony Hopkins, who tried to kill his wife with a headshot. Events then begin to prove that the accused is as clever as dishonest.

You can watch the movie Master Crime on HBO GO.

10. The Suspects

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Hugh Jackman is Keller Dover, a man suffering from the disappearance of his six-year-old daughter, who disappeared with his friend, and the only proof he has in hand is that a mysterious trailer was parked on his street. The investigating detective, Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal), arrests the driver but eventually releases him for lack of evidence. That's how Keller decides to investigate the case alone.

The Suspects is available in the Amazon Prime Video catalog.