Have you ever watched a movie that ended ambiguously? The most recent case of this is was with "The Wrestler," which set up the ending but never actually showed what happened.
CollegeHumor has now put together a video clearing up all those endings that left you wondering what actually took place when the credits started rolling. The movies explained are "The Wrestler," "Lost in Translation," "No Country for Old Men," "The Graduate," and "The Sopranos."
I don't need it spelled out for me, I just need some form of f*cking ending. If there is absolutely NO f*ckING ENDING EVEN REMOTLY HINTED AT then what was the point of watching the movie? Yes imagination and creativity is good and all, but IT'S NOT MY f*ckING JOB TO COME UP WITH AN ENDING, THATS THE DIRECTORS JOB.
It's HIS/HER fault if HE/SHE is an insignific*nt.
warriors187writes: on November 10th, 2009 at 9:41:31 PM
"If there is absolutely NO f*ckING ENDING EVEN REMOTLY HINTED AT then what was the point of watching the movie?"
Did you even watch The Wrestler? Jesus christ, you know he died in the end. Its very plainly spelled out through the entire movie! Would you of rather seen an extra 5 minutes of Mickey Rourke spazzing out in the ring, then the ambulance comes, then hes rushed to the hospital....oh, and then the funeral....
warriors187writes: on November 10th, 2009 at 9:43:12 PM
It was perfect the way it was, and if you didn't catch the countless amounts of hints given throughout the entire movie, then thats your own god damn fault/.
warriors187writes: on November 10th, 2009 at 9:44:42 PM
You would f*cking hate a Jim Jarmusch movie...
eViL.kEv2writes: on November 10th, 2009 at 9:50:34 PM
Jim Jarmusch is an *sshole. I've never been able to sit through one of his movies, no matter how many art-house, latte swilling, pretentious d*ckwads blow a load in their tight-ass H&M jeans every time he throws together one his stit-tastic attempts at making an "original" movie.
eViL.kEv2writes: on November 10th, 2009 at 9:54:37 PM
And yes, the most probable ending of "The Wrestler" was pretty obvious, but you never know. A lot of people like to have closure in their movies. I just think it's funny that WP post things like this and articles that have nothing to do with movies instead of posting a link to the official "Clash of the Titans" trailer. IMDB has it on their front page.
warriors187writes: on November 10th, 2009 at 9:55:56 PM
Most people either love the guy or hate him. I personally think he's a genius, and since you've never sat through one of his movies then you dont understand what I'm referring to about his movies ending ambiguously.
eViL.kEv2writes: on November 10th, 2009 at 9:57:20 PM
*and IMDB has 25 new pics from "Kick-Ass"
warriors187writes: on November 10th, 2009 at 9:58:26 PM
many art-house, latte swilling, pretentious d*ckwads"
i know plenty of 'em. Thats why i refuse to go to the coffee shop anymore lol Most of them have spent like a couple months in Europe, and now they all think there so much better than everyone. bunch of f*ck mooks, with Jarmusch being the exception
oh and complaining that a director should come up with a non ambiguous ending is just retarded....less its Star Wars or Zombieland etc. A movie like No Country was amazing because the ending brought up conversation as to what happened....and if you thought the wrestler ending was too ambiguous than your retarded