The Comedy of Terrors (1963): It would be after Trumbull's death that the family cat Cleopatra walks over to Black, confirming him to still be alive when his allergy acts up.

The Exorcist (1973): Kinderman, who narrowly misses their departure, befriends Father Dyer as he investigates Karras' death.

The Stepford Wives (1975): As they make their way through the store, they each vacantly greet one another.

The Virgin Suicides (1999): The men acknowledge that they had loved the girls, and that they will never know why the sisters took their lives.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002): As they walk, it is revealed that their home is next door to Toula's parents.

Fist of Fury (1972): The film ends on this freeze-frame shot and the sound of gun shots, implying his death and final sacrifice.

The Prowler (1981): She realizes Carl is dead and that him grabbing at her was a hallucination.

Zulu (1964): The film ends with another narration by Richard Burton, listing the eleven defenders who received the Victoria Cross for the defence of Rorke's Drift, the most awarded to a regiment in a single action up to that time.

Amistad (1997): Because of the release of the Africans, Van Buren loses his re-election campaign, and tension builds between the North and the South, which would eventually culminate in the Civil War.

Cutter's Way (1981): When Cord admits it, Bone steadies Cutter's gun in Cutter's hand and shoots Cord.

Burnt Offerings (1976): The photo collection now includes photos of Ben, Davey and Aunt Elizabeth, the latest victims.

Catch-22 (1970): Yossarian decides to ditch the deal with Cathcart, leaps out of the hospital window, takes a raft from a damaged plane and, while a marching band practices for the ceremony to award Yossarian the promotion and medal, he hops into the sea, climbs into the raft and starts paddling.

The Martian (2015): Five years later, on the day of the Ares V mission launch, those involved in Watney's rescue have begun new lives.

Tom Jones (1963): Tom now has permission to court Sophie, and all ends well with Tom embracing Sophie with Squire Western's blessing.

Go (1999): The three go to Ronna's car where Ronna muses that she can now pay her rent and Manny asks what their plans are for New Year's.

Rush (2013): Lauda reflects on how their great rivalry and personality differences spurred each other on to their finest achievements, and states that Hunt was the only other driver he ever envied.

A Gentle Woman (1969): Their dialogue only deepens her isolation and sadness.

Pan's Labyrinth (2006): The epilogue completes the tale of Princess Moanna, stating that she ruled wisely and left quiet traces of her time in the human realm "visible only to those who know where to look".

The Woman in Black (2012): The family happily reunites as the Woman in Black looks on.

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004): In a final scene, Queen Mia officially opens a new children's home with the help of Carolina.

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