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    Terry Gilliam's Brazil has a great ending. One of those "appears to be one thing, but actually another entirely" dealys.

    I love Withnail's closing speech (Hamlet's "What piece of work is a man", Bard fans) in Withnail & I too.
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    One of my fave films, and the end never fails to make me chuckle.
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    I recall Miracle Mile having a really interesting ending.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Terry Gilliam's Brazil has a great ending. One of those "appears to be one thing, but actually another entirely" dealys.
    Which ending?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meridio View Post
    Love the ending to Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
    Such a bad film that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pup Clarke View Post
    Such a bad film that.
    Why?

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    Just my opinion obviously - but the story was paper-thin, one dimensional stereotypical characters (Nick The Greek, Hatchett Harry), contrived and just dull. Felt like a movie that was 20 years out of date tbh.

    Statham was pretty good though.

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    Titanic - just a shame it took about 5 hours for Di Caprio's character to die.

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    You pups might be too young to remember the original Planet of the Apes - the ending caused a bit of a stir at he time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chasingthedon View Post
    You pups might be too young to remember the original Planet of the Apes - the ending caused a bit of a stir at he time.
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    One of the most epic endings in cinema history.

    They have this scene on youtube now

    The Last of the Mohicans [1080p] - (Final Scene) Sachem's Decision - Alice & Uncas - Magua's Death - YouTube
    And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW

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