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mind-bending

adj.
Intensely affecting the mind, especially to the extent of producing hallucinations.
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Not quite the mind-bender Cube was then, but on its own terms a far more satisfying experience than The Matrix Reloaded.
politics with undeniable fervour and intelligence, Planet Project must be a mind-bender.
Now mind-bender Uri is taking legal steps to ensure that an idea he created in a book cannot be staged in reality.
Gobsmackingly, stupendous - it's a mind-bender, man, just off the scale .
EVEN mind-bender Uri Geller's mesmeric presence failed to lift this scoreless bore.
Cinematically speaking, this high-concept, low-budget sci-fi mind-bender falls into the same category as Shane Carruth's shoestring marvel "Primer," relying on creative ingenuity rather than elaborate effects to keep geek auds ensnared by its multi-layered mystery.
BOSS John Hughes has turned mind-bender at Easter Road and is using former Old Firm stars Ian Murray and Liam Miller to help instil a ruthless winning mentality among his glory chasers.
THE FBI are using telepathy to solve crimes against science, according to Lost creator JJ Abrams' latest big-budget mind-bender.
The solution to this problem is not a major mind-bender and most Liverpudlians are quite aware of what the remedy is.
PSYCHOLOGICAL mind-bender about a man who can't sleep.
Written by ``Adaptation'' mind-bender Charlie Kaufman, but not directed by Spike Jonze.
The Sunday Mirror exclusively revealed last year she had recruited celebrity mind-bender Paul McKenna in her battle to beat depression.