The Color of Money (1986): With plans to live with Janelle, and determined to win legitimately, Eddie faces Vincent in a private match, declaring "I'm back!"

Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988): As his sole living relative, Elvira has inherited Vincent's estate, which allows her to open her show in Las Vegas, where she performs a lavishly produced musical number.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966): He saves the sleigh, returns the presents and the other belongings to the Whos, and joins in the town's Christmas celebration, by carving the roast beast.

Roma (1972): The film eventually concludes with a group of young motorcyclists riding into the city and a melancholic shot of actress Anna Magnani, whom the film crew met in the street during shooting and who would die some months afterwards.

Bugsy Malone (1976): They realize they can all be friends, and Bugsy and Blousey leave for Hollywood.

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.

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