Here are a few more ending scenes that would like to thank the Academy:

WARNING: Given that this is, you know, a post entirely framed around ending scenes…there are SPOILERS ahead. Like, pretty much ONLY spoilers. You’ve been warned. Much Love!

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1. The Graduate (1967)

“It’s so well done and leaves you seriously thinking about how these two characters’ lives are going to turn out.”

2. Black Swan (2010)

“How was this not on the original list? That ending is — pun intended — perfect.”

3. Say Anything… (1989)

“I loved the ending of this movie. They are on the plane and she’s really nervous about flying, which was established earlier in the movie. He tells her once you hear the ‘ding,’ everything will be okay and that he’ll ‘just keep talking until the ding happens.’ Then you hear it as the screen goes black, and that is how the movie ends.”

4. Us (2019)

“This one has a really interesting ending. It makes you really wonder who the real villain is — Red or Adelaide?”

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5. Casablanca (1942)

“It’s old-school, but there’s a reason it’s praised as a classic ending!”

6. Scream (1996)

“That final shot with Courteney Cox giving her Gale Weathers ‘Exclusive Eyewitness Account’ newscast with the police in the background as the camera cranes upward to face the rising sun to the tune of Moby’s ‘First Cool Hive’ playing in the background…biiiiitch, chills. SO ICONIC.”

7. Rogue One (2016)


“That Darth Vader scene was freaking amazing!”

8. Seeking a Friend for the End of the World(2012)

“This is probably an unpopular opinion, but when I think of great endings — it’s this one. Not only was it poetic, romantic, and beautiful, it also changed how I viewed life and love. It affected me deep down and I will carry some small piece of that film with me for the rest of my life…so yeah, I think it’s an award-worthy ending.”

9. Primal Fear (1996)

“It’s a double twist ending, but the biggest twist is in the final scene and makes the whole movie pay off. It very much deserves to be on this list.”

10. Little Women (2019)

“The way that the entire story is tied into the end and the end result is finally shown, Jo’s small smile turns to a frown, the way her hands wrap around the book… It brings me to tears every time, it’s so perfect.”

11. Psycho (1960)

“This has one of the most iconic endings of all time and I’ll fight anyone who says differently.”

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12. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)

“Katniss staring at the camera and her expression changing from shock to sadness to anger paired with the final line, ‘There is no District 12.’ It makes you appreciate the film as a whole as well as wonder what is going to happen next with Katniss’s story.”

13. Train to Busan (2016)

“I’m terrified of zombies so I was already scared, but then when the dad sacrificed himself so his daughter could get away…I started bawling my eyes out. It was so well done, engrossing, and heart-wrenching.”

14. Tarzan (1999)

“From the second her glove blows away to the reprise of ‘Two Worlds, One Family’ to the final ‘Tarzan yell’ before it cuts to black… I know it’s just a cartoon, but it is a fantastic, cathartic ending!”

15. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

“The iconic ‘I’m having an old friend for dinner’ line with Dr. Lecter hanging up and slowly following Chilton while Clarice is still panicking on the phone… Perfection.”

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