The Train (1964): Afterwards he limps away, leaving the corpses and the art treasures where they lie.

Big Fish (2003): Will, finally understanding his father's love for life, passes on Edward's stories to his own son.

The Stepford Wives (1975): Still images during the credits show a cheerful Walter along with his children in the back of the station wagon, picking up his wife from the supermarket.

Love & Other Drugs (2010): Jamie decides not to take the job in Chicago, but instead he attends medical school at the University of Pittsburgh and stays with Maggie.

Ryan's Daughter (1970): The next day, Rosy and Charles leave for Dublin, enduring the taunts of the villagers as they go.

American Movie (1999): Lester's closing narration describes meaningful experiences during his life; he says that, despite his death, he is happy because there is so much beauty in the world.

The City of Lost Children (1995): He regains his senses as everyone is rowing away, and pleads with his remaining creations to come back to rescue him, but a seabird lands on the handle of the blasting machine, blowing up him and the rig.

You Don't Mess with the Zohan (2008): In the end, Zohan's parents, initially unsupportive of his dream to be a hairdresser, show up, approving of his new job and lifestyle before his father requests that he cut his hair, which Zohan happily does.

Time Masters (1982): Exhausted and slowly freezing to death, they acknowledge the futility of their distrust and share a bottle of scotch.

The Aviator (2004): As Odekirk hides him in a restroom while Dietrich fetches a doctor, Hughes begins to have flashbacks of his childhood, his love for aviation, and his ambition for success, compulsively repeating the phrase, "the way of the future".

Stalker (1979): A train passes by where the Stalker's family lives and the entire apartment shakes.

You're Next (2011): After calling for backup, he attempts to enter the house despite Erin's pleas, and accidentally becomes the target of Erin's front door trap that was intended for Fox Mask.

Cannibal Ferox (1981): She publishes a book titled, Cannibalism: End of a Myth, which lies to support her theory and covers up the events of her ordeal.

Andrei Rublev (1966): After the crash, a horse is seen rolling on its back by a pond, a symbol of life, and one of many horses in the film.

Miller's Crossing (1990): Tom refuses and stays behind, watching as Leo departs.

The Raven (1963): Craven tells him to shut his beak, and says, "Quoth the raven – nevermore."

The Cell (2000): It is also revealed that the Raggedy Man is still alive, and watching over the running crowd.

Volcano (1997): The film ends with an epilogue displaying a graphic stating that the volcano, named "Mount Wilshire", is still in an active state.

Shock Waves (1977): Her dialogue begins to repeat itself over and over, and she is revealed to be writing nonsense in her journal, showing that she has gone insane.

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