The Experiment (2010) is a remake of a psychological thriller about a behavioral experiment. The experiment is about prison life set up by a group of scientists. They place an ad in a paper advertising for men to make $14,000 by taking part in this study. They put the men through a series of interviews and tests and then pick the subjects. They pick a small amount of the group to be the guards and the rest are designated as prisoners. They all must follow a specific set of rules (that are very similar to the rules of the actual prison experiment done at Stanford University). The movie shows how normal people put in certain circumstances are capable of things that they would have never would have believed. Personally, I thought the movie was fascinating. There's a scary truth to the whole thing. I thought the director and actors did a brilliant job. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in psychology, prison life, or criminal behavior.