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WDE85
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Favorite Movie Ending Ever?

For me it's Fight Club. Shutter Island is a close second.


Peazey
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Dr Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb


boom roasted
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Dr Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

I think something is wrong with me. I do not like that movie. Seen it three times just to give it a fair shake.


WDE85
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Dr Strangelove
Great one. Is it true that it wasn't the scripted ending but instead the actor improvised and they kept it?


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Reservoir Dogs



Rohan2Reed
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Blazing Saddles


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Flair Chops
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the departed


it's probably not my favorite, but it's top 5 fa sho


Peazey
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I think something is wrong with me. I do not like that movie. Seen it three times just to give it a fair shake.


This probably isn't the thread for this, but I am curious as to how you can't like this movie. I think it is absolutely brilliant at demonstrating the absurdity of Cold War culture and politics in a hilarious context. It's without a doubt one of my favorite films.


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quote:

Dr Strangelove

Is it true that it wasn't the scripted ending
yes
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instead the actor improvised and they kept it?
no, "We'll Meet Again" was suggested by a friend of "the actor" aka Peter Sellers, the great comedy writer Spike Milligan


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Peazey
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The only thing special about the ending that I know about is that it was originally planned to be a pie fight.


wildtigercat93
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Memento and The Machinist are really good


Kafka
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The only thing special about the ending that I know about is that it was originally planned to be a pie fight
which was shot, edited, and scored. Kubrick felt the scene didn't work and cut it from the film.

The scene still exists -- there are photos from it online -- but the Kubrick estate will not allow it to be shown publicly


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Maybe not my favorite, but for some reason this one is what I always think of first with awesome movie endings:
Arlington Road



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wildtigercat93
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All dogs go to heaven

What do i win?


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This probably isn't the thread for this, but I am curious as to how you can't like this movie. I think it is absolutely brilliant at demonstrating the absurdity of Cold War culture and politics in a hilarious context. It's without a doubt one of my favorite films.

Probably not. I realize that it was a clever observation (and still is) on the absurdity of the Cold War and recognize that it had some funny parts, but it never truly landed home for me. And it's not some overall distaste for old films; I love old films. This one just didn't do it for me. Didn't think it was that funny.


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Kafka
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All dogs go to heaven

What do i win?
nothing... yet

but you're getting warm


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Fight Club

Others:
A History of Violence
There Will Be Blood
Planet of the Apes


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boom roasted
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Godfather.


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