10 Best Movie Endings

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Is there anything more satisfying that a movie with a great ending? Where everything is wrapped up neatly for the viewer and you leave the cinema with a big smile.

Have you ever been to a movie where people have burst into spontaneous applause at the end?

Doesn't matter what the hundred minutes before was all about if the movie ending is a disappointment.

This is my personal list of my favourite movie endings - I'm open to being shot down in flames but only because I love to hear other people's choices, so go on, let me have it!

So if your choices are not here - leave a comment and I might include it in a section of Honourable Mentions to be added at a later date.

Here's the list for better or worse!

Warning: Swearing in This Clip

10. Pulp Fiction

You will know that during the movie, Vince Vega has other business after this scene but this movie is the ultimate in cinema satisfaction and fits neatly as one bookend of this list.

The final scene of Pulp Fiction finds Jules and Vince back in the diner where the movie started dealing with the fallout of Ringo and Honey Bunny's botched armed robbery.

Jules gun is in Ringo's face but he is no longer an assassin having chosen to 'walk the earth' in future. The scene is three minutes of suspense filled perfection which dovetails into some cool music, 'Surf Rider' by The Lively Ones.

Warning - Swearing in This Clip

9. Se7en

In the end scene of this movie you get to see Kevin Spacey for only the second time in the entire film but his performance as the sadistic killer will keep you enthralled until the end.

Spacey and Pitt are hot and cold, the law and the criminal pitched against one another out in the middle of nowhere. Spacey has done a terrible thing and Pitt is about to find out what he has done.

The scene is perfectly timed and shot from above ground and on the ground. The figure of Morgan Freeman racing on foot to intercept Pitt before he gets to Spacey keeps the tension and suspense very high. He needs to save Pitt from himself but also ensure Spacey stays alive. Will he make it in time?

David Fincher is a master of cinematography and suspense - this is one of his finest moments.


8. The Godfather

The scene where Al Pacino finally 'arrives' as the new Don in the Corleone family is very chilling because it is the scene where 'family' takes on a completely new meaning.

When Michael Corleone's wife Kay asks "Is it true?" meaning did he arrange this killing, he replies "No" she embraces him and goes to make them a drink but then the 'family' and the 'captains' arrive to pay tribute to him. Diane Keaton walks down the corridor to make the drinks and director Francis For-Coppola has created a 'remove' - Keaton in the foreground close to camera, the little lady of the house, mixing the drinks in her place and Pacino framed by his office door, his father's old room being visited and honoured like a diety.

She realises that she cannot truly ever know what he is about to become. Michael is letting her know that she will always be an outsider in this part of his 'family' life. What she sees chills her to the bone and chills the viewer too.

Michael Corleone is now in charge and the man she met and fell in love with has become someone else all together.

When you watch this scene, you admire the subdued acting of both Keaton and Pacino (no longer a subtle actor lately) but also admire the cinematography - the sadness of Carlo's widow, Michel's own sister swept away as Michael takes over the reins as the Don and you know there will be more to come - Michael's story will be next.

7. Planet of the Apes (1967)

The whole movie, directed by Franklin Shaffner and starring Charlton Heston is pretty good. It rattles along at a good pace as Heston tries to come to terms with his new surroundings and accept that these apes are his captors. The movie was nominated for two oscars, winning one for 'outstanding makeup achievement', a very well-deserved prize.

The movie's ending is a cut above though! As clever an ending as you are ever likely to see in a movie, a wonderful unexpected twist which even the strong man Heston cannot handle. He falls into his knees on the shoreline, seemingly a broken man and then the camera pans back to reveal what he has seen. Brilliant!


6. Some Like It Hot

I have chosen this ending simply because it is one of my favourite comedy movies.

Some Like It Hot is one of Billy Wilder's best movies and it rattles along at a great pace from the very beginning.

Starring two great actors in Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis and with love interest provided by Marilyn Monroe, it is a movie which cannot really fail

Hiding from the mob, Lemmon and Curtis dress as women and become members of a touring jazz band. Curtis sets his sights on the bands ukelele player, Sugar (Monroe) whilst Lemmon spends most of the movie trying to keep himself and Curtis hidden, little knowing that he has an admirer of his own in the shape of Joe E. Brown as 'girl' chaser, Osgood Fielding III.

The ending is an unexpected twist to the movie but is really the cherry on the cake - great comedy movie, great ending!

5. Don't Look Now

Don't Look Now is a movie based on the Daphne Du Maurier novel of the same name. Nicholas Roeg altered the original short story with Du Maurier's agreement so that he was able to include different motifs throughout the movie.

At the time of its release it was more famous for the rather explicit sex scene between Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie but it is its ending which people usually remember.

Their child dies after drowning in their garden pond. She is wearing a red raincoat. Throughout the movie this figure is seen in their imaginations at first and then around the streets of Venice as Sutherland works to preserve an old church.

Ostensibly a movie about grief, it mixes a number of themes and motifs to weave a spell on the watcher. It truly is a movie where you are hopeful of a resolution for the loving couple but also intrigued to know whether their daughter is really trying to contact them from beyond the grave.

The ending then is all the more shocking - a perfect shock at the end of a well-constructed suspense filled thriller/horror.

4. Silence of the Lambs

Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins play out this movie ending without letting up on the suspense that has been built up during the rest of the movie and yet, the director Jonathon Demme still gives us a memorable ending with Lecter escaping from his lower security cell and Clarice Starling finally gets her man. Buffalo Bill with a shot in the darkness.

The two incidences parallel one another - as one psychopath is killed, another escapes back into the world - Lecter's teasing of Starling about 'coveting what we see, covering what is visible' has come true; he is back out there close to what he needs to exist.

His phone call to Starling though tells her he will not come looking for her. He thinks the world is a better place with her in it. We see the thinnest thread of humanity in Lecter but as we know from the sequel, Hannibal, this doesn't last for long.

Warning - Blood and Violence in This Clip,

3. Bonnie and Clyde

The story of Bonnie and Clyde dates back to the depression and it could be that lots of people already knew the story of these two small town crooks, in love and on the run from the authorities.

Arthur Penn's deft direction takes us through their early lives, their meeting, falling in love and their criminal activities and is ably assisted by sterling performances from all of the leads.

Warren Beatty believed in this movie so much that he begged Warner Bros to finance the movie. He had to battle to get his wish but it turned into their second most grossing movie of all time and cemented Beatty's reputation in Hollywood as an A Lister. Faye Dunaway is excellent as Bonnie with both sassiness and vulnerability in equal measure.

The ending caused controversy at the time for its extreme violence, the like of which had not been seen in a movie of this type. It is shocking, brutal and stunning - horrible to watch and yet you can't look away.

2. The Graduate

We all enjoy a good live story and Mike Nichol's 'The Graduate' is a clever, witty and sexy tale of suburban boredom, youth, exuberance and eventually, bravery.

Benjamin Braddock makes a huge mistake by falling for Elaine Robinson, sleeping with her mother and allowing Mr Robinson to be his mentor. Meanwhile, he ignores advice from his parents and drifts along wondering where life will eventually take him.

But Elaine is the only girl for him and when he hears about her family 'arranged' marriage, he is finally thrust into action (it was a long time coming). You will want to cheer Dustin Hoffman as he battles transport and the clock to capture the woman he loves.

1. Casablanca

I could have chosen a number of movies for the number one spot but I went for Casablanca because I truly believe that it is a cinematic masterpiece.

Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, former lovers now exist in different worlds. He is a fixer who makes this happen for those who need it to happen and she is now married and with her husband is in Casablanca to try to escape the Nazis.

The ending of this movie is not 'happy' in the traditional sense of the world but as a tying up of loose ends and as a lesson in someone 'doing the right thing' and a portrait of self-sacrifice it is flawless.

Bogart and Bergman are sexy together, a frisson is there in every scene in which they appear together but she's married to a member of the French Resistance and you know, in the end, Rick is going to do the right thing.

Director Michael Curtiz stuck to the original play in making the movie. It is in 3 distinct acts and he had strong performances from all of the actors. Curtiz captured lightning in a bottle with this movie - it all works and remains a masterpiece even today.

The ending is mainly Claude Rains and Bogart together bringing everything to a close - neat, tidy, dramatic but executed with an assured lightness of touch.

Best Movie Endings - Conclusions

Movie Endings ARE conclusions! There should be a denouement to a story; something that brings things to a close in a movie.

It can be as exciting, funny, scary, sexy or thrilling as you like but if the ending is poor, then the whole movie is spoilt.

We've all been there - a night at the cinema watching a great movie which ends on a strange note or has an unbelievable ending or just sputters towards the credits like someone letting air out of a balloon slowly. My own worst experience of this is from the movie 'Sphere' where the entire cast agree to 'forget' anything that has just happened! Eh? That's ninety five minutes i can never get back!

So movie endings are a key part of enjoying a movie and I hope I have picked 10 of the best movie endings in my list.

Thanks so much for reading.

Honourable Mentions

Thanks go to all of the commenters who have suggested their own favourite Best Movie Endings.....

S8N (guest commenter) - Star Wars

Steve Lensman - Sixth Sense and The Usual Suspects

WhydThatHappen - Fight Club

Docmo - Sixth Sense, Usual Suspects and Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid

Glimmer Twin Fan - Gone With The Wind

TrevorBasile - Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile

fpherj48 - An Officer And A Gentleman

Mary615 - Dirty Dancing

Muckhoarder (Guest Commenter) - E.T. and It's A Wonderful Life

thelyricwriter - Ghost

Benisan85745 - Kill Bill Part I

Nanderson500- The Dark Knight


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Lesley, many thanks for the visit! Planet of The Apes seems to be a popular one with commenters so far.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom

Quite a few of these movies I haven't seen, I certainly remember Bonnie & Clyde and Planet of the Apes though!

I do like a good ending....

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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Mike, many thanks for your comment - yes, the end of Planet of the Apes is excellent, totally unexpected when it comes too.


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Mike Robbers 4 years ago from London

I'm glad that you added the "freaky" scene from "Don't look now"- one of the best films ever :) .. My favorite movie from your list is "Planet of the Apes" mainly because of it's brilliant ending!

Appreciated your list & reviews a lot, you have an excellent taste and you must have seen a lot qualitative movies .. thumbs up, voted up & shared


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Mel, thanks for your comment. It was SO hard to get this list down to only 10 titles - it could have been a Top 20. So many commenters have added their own faves too, great stuff :o)


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Xero37, thanks for your comment. Inception is a good movie (once you get into it) :o). I have not seen The Departed for a while so I will need to refresh my memory of its ending.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Kail0224liu, thanks for your comment. Pulp Fictionos such a clever movie, I never get tired of seeing it.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Keith, thanks for your comment. I have not seen Quarantine so i will look out for it.


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MelChi 4 years ago from Cape Town, South Africa

I haven't seen most of the movies on your list, but you've made me want to watch Se7en again!

I suggest "Rise of the Planet of Apes" and "The Dark Knight Rises" for two awesome movie endings from recent movies.

Great list Julie, thanks! Voted up - interesting - awesome. :)


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xero37 4 years ago

Se7en and Godfather are my two favorites. I also liked the ending to The Departed and, as infuriating as it is, Inception.


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Kai0224liu 4 years ago from TX

I voted you"awesome", I like Pulp Fiction.


KDuBarry03 4 years ago

The Godfather and Silence of the Lambs are two of my favorite endings of all time. I do have to say, one ending I find truly a masterpiece is the one seen in [REC] (or the english "Quarantine") because the emotions and fear are so real and it truly captures how someone would experience fear and knocking on death's door. The whole entire ending scene of the two main characters in the dark of an attic with a ravage person, in my mind, is one of the best endings I have ever seen. You should def check it out!


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Many thanks for your comment! I appreciate it!


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Millionaire Tips 4 years ago from USA

I agree wholeheartedly that a bad ending can ruin an otherwise good movie. Unfortunately, I can't think of any other movie endings right now that haven't already been mentioned. Voted up anyway.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Mary, yes the Planet of the Apes ending is a real jaw dropper. Many thanks for your comment.


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tillsontitan 4 years ago from New York

As always you did a great job. Your descriptions are well thought out and very thorough. You've had other suggestions so I won't add to them but I will say when I saw "Plant of the Apes" for the first time I can't even name all the feelings that rushed through!

Voted up, awesome, and interesting.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

nanderson500, many thanks for dropping by and reading this hub and for leaving your comment - The Dark Knight has already had a few mentions I think? I must watch it!


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nanderson500 4 years ago from Seattle, WA

The Godfather and Pulp Fiction are some of my favorite endings as well. Also, The Dark Knight.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

teaches122345, I think the ending of Planet of the Apes was written that way to shock and surprise but maybe also to set up a sequel? Casablanca is timeless - a movie without flaws. Many thanks for your comment.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Bruce - it wasn't a rant :o), you're passionate about movies so it's all good! I think it's an amazing movie and I remember how excited my hubby and I were about watching it for the first time with our daughter cos we knew the ending and she didn't. Amazing to think of it taking that much money two weeks in a row because it did not cost a fortune to make and is more like an indie movie in style.


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teaches12345 4 years ago

Jools, Planet of the Apes left me wondering if they couldn't have ended on a better note. Would have loved to see the return to the real world. Also, to this day I enjoy the Casablanca movie. There are few movies that equal it's stars talents and the film is a classic. Great reviews and so enjoyable.


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Cogerson 4 years ago from Virginia

I understand the logic for not including The Sixth Sense on your list. I think the "secret" of The Sixth Sense was one of the best kept movie secrets of all-time. I have only heard a few claim that they knew the ending before the ending got there. FYI... At the time of its release it was only one of two movies to have five 20 million dollar weekends in a row...the other was Titanic. Not sure many movies have accomplished that since 1999....I know Avatar did (actually 9 weekends in a row)....sorry I went off on a rant....lol. Voted up and interesting again.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Bruce - clam down...and Sorry :o( could not put it in cos it would be like a spoiler if you get what I mean? But it is an H.M. so it did get a mention eventually :o)


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Cogerson 4 years ago from Virginia

Sixth Sense not even in your top 10? I am stunned....pacing around the computer.......calming down......ok breathing normal again. Thank goodness Steve got it an honorable mention. I saw this movie at the theater about 5 times and each time it was amazing when the final scene played out...you could hear the audience figuring out the movie like a wave....it was awesome and something I have never experienced again. Even today I can find a teenager(the joys of having 3 teenagers living here) hanging out at my house who has never seen the movie....and the effect is still going strong on the next generation.

I think Se7en, Butch, Don't Look Now and Casablanca ...along with Sixth Sense would make my Top 5....although I think Identity with John Cusack would get some consideration as well...voted up and interesting.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Ooh yes, Kill Bill had a good ending didn't it and you're right - we all had to wait another eighteen moths or something to see the sequel - get's an honourable mention because I can sense your ire :o)


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benisan85745 4 years ago from Tucson, AZ.

One particular ending that made me jump up mad, knowing I'd have to wait a year almost for the sequel, was Kill Bill, in the end when David Carradine (Bill) squeezes the shoulders of Julie Drefyss (Sophie Fatale), mutters, "Does she know her baby is alive....), referring to Uma Thruman (The Bride, The Black Mamba), being shot to die carrying the unborn child of Bill's.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Mhatter, Thanks for your comment. There are my top ten but other commenters have their own faves so I am including them at the end of the hub :o)


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

thelyricwriter, Ghost would definitely get an honourable mention :o), many thanks for your comment.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Nell, thansk for your comment. What a shame you're not keen on Pulp Fiction, it's one of my faves but you enjoy it more the second time you see it :o)


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Pavlo, thansk for your comment. Yes 'Soem Like It Hot' deserves its place on this list :o)


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Muckhoarder, 3 excellent choices - I'd comletely forgotten about 'While You Were Sleeping' but 'It's A wonderful Life' would certainly be a contender. Many thanks for your comment.


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Mhatter99 4 years ago from San Francisco

Congratulations n this concept. I don't know if these are the best, but they are really, really, really, etc. good.


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thelyricwriter 4 years ago from West Virginia

Jools, I love watching movies. That is my wife's national past time and I am usually along for the ride:) This is a great list. Your number one is spot on, pure "genius." Voting this up, useful, and awesome. If I had to choose a ending, my choice would be "Ghost." That ending had me in tears. This was a fun and cool hub Jools. Take care.


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Nell Rose 4 years ago from England

I love the planet of the apes ending, and silence of the lambs, my two favourites! I just couldn't get on with pulp fiction, totally confused me! lol!


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Pavlo Badovskyy 4 years ago from Kyiv, Ukraine

Some like it hot is my favorite. Interesting idea to research happy endings.!!Great hub.


Muckhoarder 4 years ago

I know it's not quite a classic, but I love the ending on 'While you were Sleeping,' but if it's a classic you want then it's got to be 'It's a Wonderful Life' oh and ET...


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Mary, many thanks for your comment - you get to add Dirty Dancing to the Honourable Mentions section :o)


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mary615 4 years ago from Florida

I have to agree with you on these; however, I've never seen "Don't Look Now". I'll try and do that. Hope NetFlix has it.

One of my favorite endings is "Dirty Dancing". It's a really great feel good ending.

Enjoyable Hub!


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Paula, many thanks for your comment - Officer and A Gentleman was considered :o), I do like that movie. Alas, it is another of my honourable mentions. I should have made this a top 20 :o)


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Yes and two amazing movies from start to finish - honourable mentions....I better start on that additional capsule soon, I have already got a few to add to my own list - many thanks Trevor for your comment :o)


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fpherj48 4 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Jools....I can't claim to have seen even half of these movies. However, I can see that I would have loved the ENDINGS......You made them all clearly," great movie endings," to have included in this interesting hub.

I do like certain movies quite often, because of a "particular scene" in the film and will watch it more than once because of these scenes....."Endings" are usually the BEST part, even when they are not what we wanted.

Thinking back to movies I have seen, I know I'd have to say, in an outrageously "romantic" way......the ending Of "Officer and a Gentleman," is right up there. (unrealistic as it was !) lol.......UP+++


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TrevorBasile 4 years ago from Rockaway, NJ

What about shawshank and green mile! Two amazing endings.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Fight Club - the ending is kind of 'spectacular' in its explosive impact - it goes in my 'honourable contenders' - nearly made it though! Many thanks for your comment.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Yes, Usual Suspects almost made the list Mohan. It would be at number 11 or 12 here. I did consider it :o) Many thanks for your comment.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Glimmer Twin Fan - another 'honourable mention' contender :o), certainly a good ending with a tantalising last line!


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Glimmer Twin Fan 4 years ago

Interesting hub! Some Like it Hot is a classic with such a great ending. I have to add Gone With the Wind. Love that ending that still keeps me thinking sometimes. Really enjoyed this read. Thanks


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Docmo 4 years ago from UK

You've picked some gems here Julie. A strong story and a gripping denouement always wins the day.. especially if the Director can keep the suspense or capture the moment so well as these have done here. As others have mentioned I also like The Usual suspects, Sixth Sense and Butch Cassidy and many more. Thanks for a walk down the memory lane of some great films. awesome.


WhydThatHappen 4 years ago

Planet of the apes is a great one- I wanted to see fight club on here, but technically it isn't the ending where the great turn comes into play.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Daisy - it certainly had the power to surprise at the time so it deserves its place. Many thanks for your comment


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Daisy Mariposa 4 years ago from Orange County (Southern California)

Julie,

"Planet of the Apes" has my favorite movie ending. I'm glad you included the movie in your list.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Deb, I did my best in the 'write up' not to give away too much so that even if you have not seen them, you might still enjoy them. Many thanks for your comment.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Julie - Oops! Well just for you I rename this hub 'Top 10 Best Movie Spoilers' :o)....they're all good movies, not just the endings so get yer popcorn in and start watching :o)


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DeborahNeyens 4 years ago from Iowa

I love your movie hubs. These are some great choices, although there a just a few I haven't seen. I'll have to add them to my list.


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Julie DeNeen 4 years ago from Clinton CT

So here's something depressing. I have seen none of those movies! GASP. Where have I been? Although now I know the endings to them all, so I'm not sure I'll go through the trouble to watch the whole movie when the ending is the best. LOL - great job on this hub!


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Bill, I'm an 'old' movie fan as well as a newer movie fan so I think I got a decent mix but I expect I'll get a few cheeky comments, telling me I got it wrong :o) Many thanks for your comment.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Steve, I thought about the Sixth Sense but then thought if I posted the video it might be too big a spoiler so it will deffo make the Honourable Mentions. Many thanks for your comment.


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Steve Lensman 4 years ago from London, England

An enjoyable read Jools, all good endings.

Good to see Planet of the Apes listed, the best twist ending ever at the time but over the years its been much parodied and has lost some of its power.

Some Like it Hot and Casablanca are faves too.

The Sixth Sense had a good twist and The Usual Suspects caught me by surprise the first time I saw it.

Voted Up and Awesome.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Alecia, many thanks for your comment. They should not remake Bonnie and Clyde, you cannot improve on perfection! I have not seen a lot of Billy Wilder's movies but I absolutely love Some Like It Hot. It is worth seeing for Jack Lemmon alone IMHO and also for Tony Curtis' brilliant Cary Grant impression :o)


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billybuc 4 years ago from Olympia, WA

It would be hard to argue with any of these. Great list Julie; I've seen every one of them and loved them all. Great job!


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Alecia Murphy 4 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina

Some Like It Hot is a brilliant comedy. I just love the chemistry of the leads and the ending is only fitting. But I love Billy Wilder's work in general and this one is no disappointment.

I also enjoyed Bonnie & Clyde- I am very disappointed they are considering a remake but I hope it bombs. There aren't any young actors who can match Dunaway and Beatty in this film. Great list!


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

S8N - you just made it to the honourable mentions....I am not a Sci-Fi fan (as I think you can probably see from my list!) Sorry! But so far, it makes number 1 in the additional list. Thanks for stopping by to comment.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Both great movies and both with great endings. Many thanks for your comment.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Michelle, many thanks for you comment. Putting this hub together just made me want to have a movie marathon :o)


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Linda, both great movie endings. I remember the first time I saw Bonnie and Clyde - the shock of that ending, still gives me the quivers now. Many thanks for your comment.


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Jools99 4 years ago from North-East UK Author

Rich, Ha Ha, perfect comment :o) Thanks for stopping by....there was never any doubt.


S8N 4 years ago

What about Stars Wars - Han saves everyone with seconds to go


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jeolmoz2 4 years ago from Florida, USA

Godfather & Pulp Fiction endings r my personal bests


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midget38 4 years ago from Singapore

Loved all these, and I agree completely, Jools. If the movie does not end properly, then something is lost!! Thanks for the write. I keep thinking "A kiss is not a kiss in Casablanca now!


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Sunshine625 4 years ago from Orlando, FL

Yay you included two of my favorite endings! Bonnie & Clyde and Planet of the Apes. Superb!!!


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rcrumple 4 years ago from Kentucky

Julie -

The whole hub I kept thinking "Casablanca...Casablanca." You didn't let me down! Great minds.....

It's the beginning of a beautiful friendship!

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