There are plot twists galore in Cypher, which isn't the mind-bender
audiences will expect
I can't help but feel sorry for her and, yes, I want to carry her off to a much simpler place, a place where kids are allowed to get dirty, their parents stay together and the biggest mind-bender
is how to wiggle your way into a pair of flares before anyone else so you can be Jill or Kelly for a day.
Dick yarn that posits the existence of unseen operators yanking the strings of human progress, writer-director George Nolfi's modest mind-bender
is certainly headier and more thoughtful than mainstream dramatic norm.
THE intergalactic crime fighters are back with another mind-bender
of a case, which began under the command of Torchwood officials 90 years ago and is only now coming to a head.
Gareth, 31, who lives in Newtownards, Co Down, is one of the youngest hypnotists in the UK.
But it's films like Erik Matti and Michiko Yamamoto's Honor Thy Father and Lav Diaz's upcoming historical mind-bender
, Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis, that allow the 32-year-old actor to courageously step out of his comfort zone-and let his followers see him in a different light
Mysterious and transcendent in David Lynch's transfixing mind-bender
, Watts delightfully displays her comic talents here as a frustrated but game trooper thrashing around the low end of the Hollywood food chain.
British director Christopher Nolan's mind-bender
beat Stanley Kubrick's final film Eyes Wide Shut and Mulholland Drive, the latest offering from David Lynch.
It's not that he's daydreaming, but Tresco - like so many other top sports stars these days - uses a mind-bender
to prepare him for a long stint at the crease.
NOTHING PREMIER BUT THE PRICE Loughgall's Colin Malone has been frustrated by his aim to recruit top-flight players MIND-BENDER
Bangor's Ben Browne, trailed by Davy Hawthorne, helped himself to a lastminute equaliser against Loughgall
Uri Geller is joining the Daily Record.
Prolific, always interesting Japanese helmer Kiyoshi Kurosawa comes up with another mind-bender
in "Charisma," a realistic allegory on his favorite subject -- human behavior out of joint with natural forces.