In 2009, Stuart Hazeldine directed a film of eight candidates participating in an exam in which there is no question on the paper.
Four magicians are chosen to work together under an authority they do not know, while the world becomes more fascinated by their criminal magic. Directed by Louis Leterrier in 2013.
Jon M. Chu in 2016 comes back with the second amazing magician film, where they are kidnapped and have to follow under the rules of Daniel Radcliffe instead.
Christopher Nolan’s 2006 film is Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale lost in hatred as they become riddled by competition of who can have the best magic trick.
Back to 1954 of Alfred Hitchcock’s film where a man watches from a window while recovering from a broken leg, and maybe thinks he witnesses a murder.
The first of the classic Scooby-Doo films coming away from television to great films. Released in 2002 by Raja Gosnell.
The second of the Scooby-Doo films, directed by Raja Gosnell in 2004, where Scooby and Shaggy don’t feel part of the Mystery Inc team.
When three children find out their parents died in a mysterious fire, they are transported from guardian to guardian with a villain following their every move. Directed by Brad Silberling in 2004.
This classic 1949 film tells the tale of Holly Martins trip to Vienna when he discovers his friend has died. Confused at what happened, he investigates taking the role of the detective. Directed by Carol Reed.