Valhalla Rising (2009): The sky grows dark and 'One-Eye's' face appears in the clouds.

Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist (2008): At Pennsylvania Station, Nick admits that he does not care about missing the concert, and they kiss on the escalator as the sun rises over New York City.

Tomboy (2011): After a long silence, Lisa quietly asks for Laure's name. "My name is Laure", Laure responds, and smiles a little.

Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012): His eyes watering, Scrat then screams in frustration, ending the movie.

Suicide Club (2001): As the train pulls out, the ending credits begins, in which Dessert announces their disbandment and offer appreciation toward their fans' support, before performing their final song, "Live as You Please".

A Taste of Honey (1961): The film ends with Jo standing in the street watching a group of children singing "The Big Ship Sails on the Alley Alley Oh", and because it is bonfire night, a small child gives her a sparkler.

Rumble Fish (1983): He also tries to forget what happened to his brother.

48 Hrs. (1982): The two men share a laugh before driving back to the prison.

War Dogs (2016): The movie ends, leaving David's decision unclear.

Never Say Never Again (1983): Bond retires from duty and returns to the Bahamas with Domino, vowing never again to be a secret agent.

The Babadook (2014): Amelia returns to the yard to celebrate Sam's birthday.

Bugsy (1991): By 1991, the $6 million invested in Bugsy's Las Vegas dream had generated $100 billion revenues.

October Sky (1999): An epilogue, using home movie footage, reveals the real life outcomes of the main characters' lives.

Dead Ringers (1988): When she asks, "Who is this? ", Beverly silently leaves the phone, walks back into the clinic, and dies (implicitly from drug withdrawal) in Elliot's dead arms.

Freddy vs. Jason (2003): However, Freddy's head suddenly winks at the camera as his laughter is heard in the background, implying he is still alive.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007): Toby leaves as Todd bleeds to death over his dead wife.

Mommie Dearest (1981): When Christopher says their mother has managed to have the last word, Christina questions that by asking "Does she?"

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005): Perry slaps Jenna's father, who is bed-ridden, as Harry secures a job working for Perry.

V/H/S (2012): Each short film is linked together with the concept of found footage (each segment is from the VHS tapes found in the room).

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