Ever wondered what a movie would be like if you watched it backwards? Then, good guys could become villains and guns could give life. Basically, you get a completely different movie. And that's why this exercise is so much fun. Just pick one of your favorite films and play it in reverse. Here are the synopsis of some popular movies watched backwards.
If you watch Saw backwards, it's a truly amazing and touching story about one man providing countless limbs for the disabled.
If you watch Lord Of The Rings backwards, it's about a midget that finds a cool ring in a volcano and then spends the rest of the films walking home.
If you watch Harry Potter backwards, it's about a boy who looses his magic powers and has to move in with his Aunt and Uncle until his parents are revived by a crazy man named Voldemort.
If you watch Inception backwards, it's pretty much the same movie, except for the direction the van is traveling for about half of it.
If you watch Fight Club backwards, it's about a man changing from a crazy street person in a gang, to a productive member of society.
If you watch 127 Hours backwards, it's a lovely film about a disabled man finding an arm in the desert.
If you watch Jaws backwards, it's about a shark throwing up people until they're forced to open the beach up. In addition, the shark saves a sinking boat by putting it back together with its mouth.
If you watch Jurassic Park backwards, it's the heartwarming tale of scientists and dinosaurs working together to build an amusement park. Then the people betray the dinosaurs, putting them in cages and ultimately flying back to Montana to bury any evidence they existed at all.
If you watch Superman backwards, it's about a guy who flies around, putting people into precarious situations, then hiding.
If you watch Cinderella backwards, it's about a woman who learns her place.
You're not watching Chuck Norris movies backwards, Chuck Norris is watching YOU go backwards!
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