How Your Favorite Movies Should Have Ended...

Everyone loves a happy ending! Well, no, not everyone. Especially not indie film directors and cable TV show creators, who often prefer to keep their characters' fates undecided in their final moments.

Lucky for us, the kind folks at College Humor have nicely resolved some of film and TV's most infamous ambiguous endings. The video below hilariously tackles Bill Murray's mysterious whisper to Scarlett Johansson in Lost in Translation, The Sopranos' James Gandolfini's fatal night at the diner, and three more 'did-they-or-didn't-they' moments. (We would have added one more: Thelma and Louise landing that convertible safely on the other side of the Grand Canyon.)

 

Okay, now if you've finished laughing and you're still pondering those endings, here are some helpful links:

Blogger Danny Miller explains how the last scene of The Graduate was shot.

Beyond Hollywood gives a possible translation of the Lost in Translation whisper.

Sopranos creator David Chase defends his ending to Entertainment Weekly.

No Country for Old Men star Josh Brolin defends the movie's last scene.

Critic Mark Blankenship on what the ending of The Wrestler means.

How would you change your favorite movies? Chime in below!

 

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