Safety Not Guaranteed (2012): A filmed interview, presumably from earlier, shows Kenneth explaining why he chose to enlist a partner for his time travels.

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992): Buzz receives the bill from Cedric for Kevin's original stay and shows it to Peter, who angrily yells, "Kevin, you spent $967 on room service?!" at which point Kevin runs.

One-Eyed Jacks (1961): He tells her to look for him in the spring, when he will return for her.

Twilight (2008): They are unaware that James' mate, Victoria, is secretly watching them, plotting revenge for her lover's death.

The Tomb of Ligeia (1964): Christopher and Rowena start a new life together, while Verden and his wife perish in the flames.

The Tourist (2010): Pearce and Elise sail away together.

Coonskin (1975): In each of these short scenes, she seduces a black man (meant to depict the African-American populace), only to instead beat or kill him.

The Immortal Story (1968): Levinsky goes to inform Clay about what took place, but discovers the old merchant has died.

Velvet Goldmine (1998): Eventually, Stuart confronts Tommy Stone and once again encounters Wild, who casually passes on a piece jewelry from Oscar Wilde.

Maurice (1987): Meanwhile, Clive is getting ready for bed and briefly reminisces his time with Maurice.

Volver (2006): Raimunda visits her mother at Agustina's house, and the two embrace and promise to repair their relationship.

Mystery Train (1989): The closing credits show the train, the airport and final views of the characters from the first two stories.

Godzilla (2014): Godzilla reawakens and returns to the sea, while the media dubs him the "King of the Monsters" and speculates whether he might be a savior.

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014): He eventually gets back in the car and the two continue their trip onwards.

Seven Days in May (1964): The film ends with an address by Lyman to American people on the country's future, and leaves unanswered the question of General Scott's fate.

Body Bags (1993): PrologueA creepy-looking coroner introduces three different horror tales involving his current work on cadavers in "body bags".

Ran (1985): The film ends with a distance shot of Tsurumaru, blind and alone, silhouetted, atop the ruins.

Beautiful Boy (2018): Closing titles reveal Nic has been sober for eight years, and it would not have been possible without the love and support of his family and friends.

No Country for Old Men (2007): In the other, he and his father were riding through a snowy mountain pass; his father had gone ahead to make a fire in the darkness and wait for Bell.

Prisoners (2013): As the forensic investigators depart for the night, Loki hears Dover's labored blowing on the whistle from the pit.

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