By default, movies are sorted by year in descending order.

Ethnographic analysis of kitchen routines.

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)
A: 1.8 Q: 2.8 R: 2.5

Terminator (working for humans) vs. Terminatrix (female Terminator; working for robots)

Waydowntown (2003)
A: 3.0 Q: 3.0 R: 3.0

Four co-workers' ability to fulfill a mundane bet depends heavily on their interaction with the surrounding environment.

Oldboy (2003)
A: 3.3 Q: 4.6 R: 3.5

A man, locked in a room for 15 years without knowing his captors’ motives, is suddenly released, but his mind remains ensnared in a web of deceit.

Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo (2003)
A: 1.4 Q: 4.8 R: 1.8

Displays anterograde amnesia, through one of the main characters, Dory. She is a blue tang fish, who forgets things instantly. Accurate besides how she gets A.A

A Beautiful Mind
A Beautiful Mind (2002)
A: 4.2 Q: 4.3 R: 4.3

Biography of John Nash Jr., and his battle with schizophrenia.

Bourne Identity, The
Bourne Identity, The (2002)
A: 3.3 Q: 4.2 R: 3.2

A government assassin with retrograde amnesia.

Cybermutt (2002)
A: 3.7 Q: 3.3 R: 4.2

A heroic dog is given a second chance at life with the aid of super-canine implants and the all-powerful "theta chip."

Equilibrium (2002)
A: 3.0 Q: 4.0 R: 3.8

A facist society is balanced by Prozium, a mind-altering drug that prevents people from feeling anything.

Minority Report
Minority Report (2002)
A: 2.1 Q: 3.8 R: 3.3

Three genetically-altered humans observe crimes before they happen.

S1m0ne (2002)
A: 2.2 Q: 3.0 R: 2.7

A synthetic actress captivates audiences.

Artificial Intelligence: AI
Artificial Intelligence: AI (2001)
A: 3.0 Q: 3.5 R: 3.6

An artificial intelligence that can "feel" seeks affection from humans.

A hypnotized detective commits a burglary that he can't remember, which he then begins investigating.

Iris (2001)
A: 3.4 Q: 3.9 R: 2.7

True story of a novelist's battle with Alzheimer's disease.

Revolution #9
Revolution #9 (2001)
A: 4.5 Q: 3.8 R: 4.0

A realistic depiction of a man's descent into schizophrenia.

Vanilla Sky
Vanilla Sky (2001)
A: 2.9 Q: 3.7 R: 3.4

A man is trapped in his own dreams.

Waking Life
Waking Life (2001)
A: 4.0 Q: 4.0 R: 4.3

Which is more real: our experiences or our dreams?

A cinematic take on the infamous "Stanford Prison Experiment" conducted in 1971. Shows how fast and dramatically can people change in different environments.

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