Considered one of the Master of Suspense's best films—and often cited as one of the best movies of all time—Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho paved the road for mainstream American cinema's inclusion and acceptance of violence, deviant behavior, and sexuality. Picture New York City: By day, Patrick Bateman Bale is an impeccably well-coiffed, wealthy investment banker who, by night, lives a secret life as a serial killer. Snowstorm after snowstorm seems to put Jack in a tenuous state, and the viewer is left to wonder whether increasing supernatural occurrences are all in his head. It's a beautifully-shot film with solid performances by Leonardo DiCaprio and Ben Kingsley—and its eerie plot twists keep will keep you on the razor's edge. Strangely enough, the Oscars snubbed this one, but Shelley Duvall's performance as the browbeaten wife is spot-on. Once Caleb arrives, he's informed that he's also won the chance to participate in a groundbreaking experiment: interacting with the world's first humanoid robot with ultra-superior artificial intelligence, the beautiful Ava Alicia Vikander. It's a surprisingly hilarious deep-dive into what makes a psychopath tick, and it's also profoundly dark and brutally honest—its portrayal of s American materialism is uncanny. When Amy goes missing on the couple's fifth wedding anniversary, Nick becomes the prime suspect—and a media frenzy ensues.
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