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Most Shocking Ending

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  Alex
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What is the most shocking ending you can recall?  Mine is probably Fight Club - I totally did not see Brad Pitt as Ed Norton.  Simply Genius flick. 12/04/2008
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  Taz
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I would have to go with the Usual Suspect here.  That was such an awesome ending to a movie and I was completely blind sided by it. 01/04/2009
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  Taz
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Also wanted to throw Memento in there, that whole movie was full of twists and turns! 01/04/2009
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  movieMagic
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Those are both Sweet.  I was shocked at the departed when Leo's head got blown off. 01/07/2009
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  CJP
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One shocking ending to me was from A History of Violence- it left the viewer to contemplate what she/he would do if her/his father was an ex-mob member with a dual identity that had killed countless people. Not terribly shocking in terms of a twist, but the whole WTF?!? feeling that stuck with me after it was over was crazy.

Props to Usual Suspects!
01/27/2009
2:05 am CT


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  SaraT
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Yeah, I liked that too. What about how bad the end was for No Country For Old Men.  Why was Tommy Lee Jones talking at the end? 02/28/2009
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  SmokeScreener
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I would have to say "The Crying Game" was the most shocking for me, especially since I managed to avoid any spoilers before I saw it. 03/01/2009
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  patjohnson76
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I thought The Others had a great twist to the end, I didn't see that one coming, and I should have, considering I figured out The Sixth Sense halfway through it.
Not really a "shock" but I found the final scene in Michael Clayton where George Clooney and Tilda Swinton incredible (Clooney: "do I LOOK like I'm negotiating?!")

I've seen Slumdog Millionaire twice, and both times the audience gasped when Jamal's final question is asked - it's always cool to be at a movie where the audience is so into the movie.
03/22/2009
10:37 am CT


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  Allison
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Goodbye Lenin!
Witness for the Prosecution
La Ceremonie
perhaps Vertigo and Les Diaboliques.
06/01/2009
10:48 pm CT


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  Filmhog
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Many of the films Peter Fonda did in the late '60s/early '70s have shocking endings: "Easy Rider," "The Hired Hand," "Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry," "Race with the Devil."  Not necessarily "twists," more just "whoa, I didn't expect that."  "Jules et Jim" also had a pretty shocking ending, I thought.  08/28/2009
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