To Live and Die in L.A. (1985): Vukovich declares that Ruth is working for him now, turning into the same "whatever it takes" agent that his partner was.

Damien: Omen II (1978): Damien then leaves the burning museum and is picked up by the family driver, Murray, as the fire department arrives.

Only God Forgives (2013): Julian is last seen standing in a field with Chang, who appears to cut off both of Julian's hands with his sword.

Weekend at Bernie's (1989): Eventually, a young boy comes along and starts scooping buckets of sand over the body, burying Bernie.

Homicide (1991): Gold is thrust into a series of circumstances that test not only his loyalty to the badge, but also his newfound Jewish consciousness.

Sorry to Bother You (2018): Fully transformed, he leads a mob of equisapiens to Lift's house and breaks down the door.

Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011): When Martha departs the house with Lucy and Ted, she looks behind from the backseat as a car follows them.

Big Wednesday (1978): With this reunion, the transition in their lives becomes the end point of what the 1960s meant to so many as they see that the times have changed, and what was a time of innocence is gone forever.

A Clockwork Orange (1971): Alex then contemplates violence and has vivid thoughts of having sex with a woman in front of an approving crowd, and thinks to himself, "I was cured, all right!"

Focus (2015): After he leaves, Nicky notices that Jess snatched Garriga's watch before he left the warehouse, and a smiling Nicky and Jess then go into the hospital together.

The Cotton Club (1984): Dutch Schultz is violently dealt with by Madden's men while Dixie and Sandman perform on The Cotton Club's stage.

A City of Sadness (1989): As a result, Wen-ching is soon arrested by the Kuomintang for his involvement with the guerillas.

Gerald's Game (2017): Seeing also Gerald's and Tom's face where his face is, she says, "You're so much smaller than I remember", and walks triumphantly out into the street with the sunlight gleaming down on her.

In the Loop (2009): He commits suicide, erasing Old Joe's existence, saving Sara and potentially preventing Cid from becoming the Rainmaker.

Bonnie and Clyde (1967): Hamer and his posse come out of hiding and are shown looking pensively at the couple's bodies as a nearby flock of swallows fly away.

Flubber (1997): The film ends with the family heading to Hawaii in the Thunderbird, flying at an altitude of 30,000 feet.

Dick Tracy (1990): He leaves her with the ring before he and Dick Tracy, Jr. depart to respond to the robbery, whereupon Junior remarks, "You know, Tracy, I kinda like that dame."

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