By default, movies are sorted by year in descending order.
Avalon (2001)
A: 3.0 Q: 4.0 R: 3.8

A virtual reality video game is so enthralling that players become addicted, and the game has been outlawed. A hardcore gamer tries to see how far she can go.

Cell, The
Cell, The (2000)
A: 1.7 Q: 3.5 R: 3.1

A psychotherapist enters the mind of a serial killer.

Memento (2000)
A: 4.2 Q: 4.6 R: 4.5

A man suffering short-term memory loss attempts to recover the details of his wife's murder.

A man tries to reconcile his experiences in multiple phenomenal worlds.

When her husband goes missing at the beach, a female professor begins to mentally disintegrate as her denial of his disappearance becomes delusional.

Near future: Thomas is severely agoraphobic and resorts to immersive VR technologies to fulfill his social and physical needs. Until love gets in the way

Movie follows the portrayal of a psychopath

At First Sight
At First Sight (1999)
A: 3.8 Q: 3.2 R: 3.6

A blind man regains his sight, and confronts a new and confusing world.

Being John Malkovich
Being John Malkovich (1999)
A: 2.2 Q: 4.6 R: 3.5

What would happen if you could control another person's body?

Bicentennial Man
Bicentennial Man (1999)
A: 3.3 Q: 3.9 R: 3.5

A robot purchased for household chores discovers what it is to be human.

eXistenZ (1999)
A: 3.6 Q: 4.3 R: 3.9

A virtual-reality game is controlled by peoples' minds.

Fight Club
Fight Club (1999)
A: 2.9 Q: 4.5 R: 3.3

A popular culture rendition of multiple-personality syndrome.

Artificial intelligence has imprisoned humanity in a simulation.

Are we living in a computer-generated parallel world?

Girl, Interrupted
Girl, Interrupted (1999)
A: 3.7 Q: 4.6 R: 3.7

A teenager temporarily living in a mental hospital explores the gray areas of mental illness diagnoses.

Dark City
Dark City (1998)
A: 3.0 Q: 4.6 R: 3.4

Amnesia and telekinesis wrapped up in a futuristic murder mystery.

Disturbing Behavior
Disturbing Behavior (1998)
A: 1.7 Q: 3.7 R: 2.6

Unruly high school teens are controlled by evil neuroscientist on the faculty.

A viewing of the lucidity of the afterlife as a dream/nightmare and concepts of Heaven and Hell is discussed in the imaginary sense.

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