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Melvelet's avatar


Apart from the twist it's not as great as a lot of people think it is. It sure leaves you with that WOW feeling the movie gives you in the end. But the whole rest of the movie should be great as well if I want to call it great (so it's "just" good")
11 years 2 months ago
bloodvayne's avatar


This is a movie defined by the last 20 minutes, the very definition of "plot twist". At times it feels the beginning and middle of the movie was just "filler" to set up for the conclusion, but this is an ending done well. The ones who are saying it's predictable, well, almost every movie is "predictable" to a certain extent. Enjoy this one with an open mind, and let it take you for the ride.
10 years 10 months ago
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pimpmaster spaceman

The one thing I regret the most in life right now is that I knew the ending to The Usual Suspects before I saw it for the first time. I kinda feel ripped off now. This would've been a fucking awesome movie if I never knew the twist. So, in a nutshell, fuck you movie spoilers.

Still one of the best endings I've ever seen in a movie, though.
12 years 1 month ago
baraka92's avatar


This is still a great movie. Anybody who says the ending is the best part would be correct, but the ones that say it’s the only good thing about it are missing the point. spoiler

Props to Christopher McQuarrie. He has continued to deliver and now is the best blockbuster filmmaker of today. All in all, The Usual Supects holds up.

“The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist.”
1 year 10 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


A funny and wonderful ensemble cast in a nonlinear plot that will have you finding clues even on repeated viewings. Bryan Singer's direction is surprisingly good for a first effort, and the actors are all more than up to the challenge.
6 years 7 months ago
Binte's avatar


The few that say the ending was expected, fail to notice that this movie was the first to introduce this concept in the cinema. In fact, this movie was an inspiration to a lot of movies, and this movement was named as "keyser soze syndrome". The usual suspects is the father and the mother of Fight Club, Saw, etc.
12 years 8 months ago
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12 years 9 months ago
diegoivan's avatar


@powalli Just because you didn't like it you think you are free to spoil it?
13 years ago
Mackmannen's avatar


Class Act!
13 years 6 months ago
justinedelson's avatar


a very good twist.
13 years 8 months ago
mpouk's avatar


Terrific entertainment without further ambitions, the brilliantly conceived ending still maintains its punch and originality almost 20 years and several imitations after. An always recurring cinematic question is whether a film character can be in full control of the film narration as this film implies or there are always "objective" moments where the narrator is the omniscient film director.
10 years 7 months ago
SLionsCricket's avatar


All throughout the movie, I was like "This is a good movie. I don't see why its great" Until say the last 20 minutes, where the plot twists and everything came together. Now, I almost love this movie and cannot wait to see this again!
11 years 3 months ago
nothere413's avatar


If not for the ending, no one would care about this film.
12 years ago
ksatv's avatar


Rubsol: Find yourself a time machine, go back to the 90s and tell yourself back then to watch that movie, come back again to present and tell us what you feel about the movie.
12 years 8 months ago
humbager's avatar


So yeah, I was halfway into this movie and thought, hmm why don't I just wiki this movie and see who the actors are. I freaking wished I didn't, I found out who is Keyser Soze and that ruined the movie for me! Lesson well learned. Excellent movie though. :)
13 years 1 month ago

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