A brilliant psychological trip into the mind of a man named Leonard with anterograde amnesia, a disease which does not allow him to make new memories. The thing is, the whole movie is told out of order, so you’re just as confused as Leonard, who is also trying to solve the mystery behind his wife’s murder. One very well done scene is near the beginning of the film where Leonard tries to roll up his car window, but it is broken. Then, near the end of the movie, a fight breaks out between Leonard and another guy (I forgot), the guy shoots the car window and it breaks. It may not sound special when I say it here, but it’s a pretty cool moment when you first see it. You’ll need to keep a clear head when you watch this movie, or you may be too confused to enjoy the fantastic character development, the brilliant plot, and fantastic plot twist at the end.
#8 Game: WarioWare DIY
Certainly a controversial pick for this list. WarioWare DIY? Higher than such classics as Shadow of the Colossus and Chrono Trigger? But hey, for anyone who dreams of making video games, WarioWare DIY was one of the most fun games on the DS. The game making tools were simple enough to understand after a couple minutes, but had just enough strategic depth to make anything you could imagine. I’ve invested over 100+ hours into this game, and it was a sad day when I filled up all the available slots for games. You’re not going to make the next Legend of Zelda or anything, but so long as you can fit it into 5-10 second microgames, the sky is the limit. What else could you ask for?