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Poll: The Unreliable Narrators

These are the protagonists who lied or twisted the facts of their story when recounting it to us. They were untrustworthy and their personal bias changed how we saw their events unfold on the big screen - And we thought we could trust them ...

Which of these movie narrators who lied to us throughout the film most surprised you?

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Make Your Choice

  1. Vote!

    Leonardo DiCaprio in Shutter Island (2010)

    Teddy Daniels
  2. Vote!

    Suraj Sharma in Life of Pi (2012)

    Pi Patel
  3. Vote!

    Kevin Spacey in The Usual Suspects (1995)

    Verbal Kint
  4. Vote!

    Russell Crowe in A Beautiful Mind (2001)

    John Nash
  5. Vote!

    Edward Norton in Fight Club (1999)

    The Narrator
  6. Vote!

    Guy Pearce stars as Leonard

  7. Vote!

    Bruce Willis in The Sixth Sense (1999)

    Malcolm Crowe
  8. Vote!

    Christian Bale in American Psycho (2000)

    Patrick Bateman
  9. Vote!

    Jim Carrey in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

    Joel Barish
  10. Vote!

    Ben Affleck in Gone Girl (2014)

    Nick & Amy Dunne
  11. Vote!

    Ewan McGregor in Big Fish (2003)

    Ed Bloom
  12. Vote!

    Bill Pullman in Lost Highway (1997)

    Fred Madison & Pete Dayton
  13. Vote!

    Minoru Chiaki, Takashi Shimura, and KichijirĂ´ Ueda in Rashomon (1950)

    The Woodcutter, The Priest and The Commoner
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    Demetrius Alexis, Baudelio Alva, Gene Coogan, Art Dupuis, Richard Elmore, Rudy Germane, Sam Harris, Jack Jahries, Mike Lally, Walter Lawrence, John Northpole, Jack Robbins, Victor Romito, Bob Terry, Tim Wallace, Brent Shugar, Jack Taylor, Louis Young, David Ledner, Robert Samven, Vince Speaker, Gene Chervow, Alva Baudena, James Brought, Dimas Sutteno, Guy Smith, T. Lockwood Arbright, and Lee McCluskey in Citizen Kane (1941)

    The Interviewees
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    Denzel Washington in Fallen (1998)

    John Hobbes
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    Thomas Mann in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015)

    Greg Gaines
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    Christian Bale in The Machinist (2004)

    Trevor Reznik
  18. Vote!

    James Mason and Sue Lyon in Lolita (1962)

    Humbert Humbert
  19. Vote!

    Best Supporting Actress

    Briony Tallis

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