The House That Dripped Blood (1971): He muses that perhaps the audience would be suitable, and "that there is nothing to fear, provided [they're] the right sort of person".

Marie Antoinette (2006): The last image is a shot of Marie-Antoinette's bedroom at Versailles, destroyed by angry rioters.

Let's Scare Jessica to Death (1971): From the shore, Emily and the townsmen watch her.

Reversal of Fortune (1990): Employing his law students as workers, Dershowitz proceeds to defend Claus, wrestling with his client's unnerving personal style and questions of von Bülow's guilt or innocence.

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991): As Enterprise cruises towards a nearby star, Kirk records in his log that though this mission is the final cruise of Enterprise under his command, others will continue "to boldly go where no one has gone before".

Intentions of Murder (1964): Stuck between her adulterous, unloving husband and the rapist she struggles to find happiness.

Hercules and the Lost Kingdom (1994): A man approaches him asking him for help, Hercules agrees and the two men walk off to the next adventure.

Pale Rider (1985): Her words echo through the canyon as he rides off.

The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009): In the film's final scene, Bob exercises his own psychic abilities and, following some intense concentration, stands up and runs headlong through a solid wall in his office.

The First Great Train Robbery (1978): As Pierce is about to be put into the wagon, he frees himself and he and Agar escape, to the jubilation of the crowd and the chagrin of the police.

Two Weeks in Another Town (1962): He vows to return home, continue his sobriety and get his life back on track.

Cannibal Holocaust (1980): Disturbed by what they have seen, the executives order the footage destroyed.

Catch Me If You Can (2002): He now earns millions of dollars as a bank security expert, has designed secure bank checks and has helped apprehend numerous counterfeiters.

Mermaids (1990): The film ends with Rachel, Charlotte, and Kate playfully dancing as they set the dinner table for a family meal, something they have never done in the past.

The War of the Gargantuas (1966): Majida informs Stewart and Akemi that the monsters' deaths could not be confirmed due to the intense heat, but stresses that nothing could have survived the eruption.

Farewell, My Lovely (1975): The action comes to a head with a shootout on a gambling boat off the L.A. coast.

Wrong Move (1975): Leaving on his own, Wilhelm completes his symbolic journey by reaching one of the most southerly, highest and emptiest points in Germany, the summit of the Zugspitze.

Breaking the Waves (1996): The film ends in magical realism as Bess's body is nowhere to be seen on the sonar, and church bells ring from on high in the sky.

All That Jazz (1979): Joe finally dreams of himself traveling down a hallway to meet Angelique at the end, but the film then abruptly cuts to his corpse being zipped up in a body bag.

Shadows and Fog (1991): Kleinman becomes Armstead's assistant on the circus and Irmy and Paul continue their careers as circus performers, while raising their newfound child.

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